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Departure :  10:00:00 Pm    Return  :  9:00:00 Pm

Rate Chart
Bus type:- 45 Seater Volvo Coach [ AC ]
Category Mar 2018  To Feb 2019 ,
Adult on Twin Sharing Rs. 6500.00
Adult on Triple Sharing Rs. 6000.00
Child(5-11)Without Bed Rs. 5500.00
Single Adult In a Room Rs. 7000.00



Duration 2 Days 2 Night Dep. Fri 10.00 Pm Arr. Sunday 09.00 Pm
Tour by  Volvo Coach with Veg. Food & AC Room Accommodation 1 Night Amritsar
Meals 2 Breakfast 2 Lunch 1 Dinner

In triple sharing one extra bed will be provided in a double room
Fair Excludes : -Entry Fee during sight seeing, Laundry
Notes: -All distance & timings featured are approximate.
All tours are subjected to terms and conditions

Delhi Amritsar Wagah Border Kurukshetra

Day

Time

Schedule

Night Halt

1

10.00 Pm

Delhi to Amritsar 480 km. 10 hours

Night Journey

2

08.00 Am

Two hours rest & Sight Seeing:- Golden Temple - Jalianwala Bagh & Indo-Pak Wagah Border          

Amritsar

3

07.00 Am

Amritsar to  Kurukshetra 320 km 7 Hours

 

 

02.00Pm

Kurukshetra sightseeing

 

 

04.00 Pm

Kurukshetra to Delhi 160 km.4 hour

Tour concludes



Place Covered

Immersed in history, the city of Amritsar is one of the largest in Punjab. Mainly known for housing the Golden temple, originally named Harmandir Sahib, the city is historically rich. Being the center of several pre-independence revolutions, this city has the infamous Jalianwala Bagh to offer.
While Harmandir Sahib is the center of spirituality for Sikh religion, it also is the home of Sikh political outfit, known as Akal Takht and the Sikh Parliament. Golden temple is a popular tourist destination with visitor’s numbers often crossing 10, 00,000 in a week. Jalianwala Bagh is known for the massacre occurred in 1919 on Baisakhi Day, where General Dyer of British military, ordered killing of over 1000 people in the closed confines of the Bagh


JalianwalaBagh is famous for its JalianwalaBagh massacre, which is also known as “Amritsar Massacre”.  In 1919, General Dyer ordered his men to fire on the gathered unarmed men, women and children in JalianwalaBagh on the “Baisakhi” day, the religious festival of Punjab. The renowned site, JalianwalaBagh became a national pilgrimage place. "The Martyrs' Well" where people jumped and committed suicide is the main site at JalianwalaBagh.


The sixteenth century temple, DurgianaMandir is dedicated to goddess Durga. It is considered to be the Hindu version of the renowned Golden Temple. It is also known as the Silver Temple as it is exquisitely and delicately engraved with the silver doors. Surrounded by sacred water tank, soothing and devotional songs sung here each time when the temple opens and closes give it the most divine feeling.


Wagha Border is the international boundary dividing India and Pakistan. The place is famous because of its famous ceremony conducted during lowering of flags of both the countries. In this ceremony Border Security Force of India and Pakistan’s Rangers perform special parade or we can say drill. The drill is performed by border guards of both the countries everyday.


Kurukshetra is the land where the Mahabharata war was fought. This war land boasts the place where Lord Krishna used to preach the Bhagwad Gita to Arjuna, his disciple. The Indian mythology refers to the plenty of Ashrams, temples and religious places of Kurukshetra. These places serve as a magnet for the religious tourists to visit Kurukshetra. History evidences that King Ashoka swarmed this place with people from different nations due its culture and knowledge