Watch the evening border closing ceremony at the Attari-Wagha border, just outside of Amritsar, with this tour. Every evening, Indian and Pakistani border guards ceremonially close the border with an energetic ceremony complete with military kicks and stunts, shouts, and formations, wrapping the choreographed ceremony up with a lowering of the two country's flags.
Tour Punjab's commercial and cultural center on this private tour of Amritsar's Golden Temple and Wagah Border that includes lunch. You'll see two of this destination's top attractions and learn about Sikh legends and India's early freedom movement. This tour also includes a stop at the Indo-Pak border, where you'll witness the iconic and highly choreographed flag ceremony.
Start your journey in Amritsar at the Golden Temple, and follow your guide to some of the area’s most holy places. Stroll around the Holy Lake, and learn as you walk about the history of this region and of the temple itself. See Gurudwaras—Sikh temples—as you travel, and discover the unique differences between them, including their architecture. Dine on local cuisine at the langar community kitchen, and meet the cooks inside.
Learn about what life is like in a Punjabi village on this private tour. You'll get to try your hand at milking cows, take a ride on a tractor or a bullock cart, learn how to tie a turban, or get mehndi (henna) done on your hands. You can also learn about traditional cooking methods or just relax as your hosts prepare you a meal of quintessentially Punjabi fare.
Combine a tour of Amritsar with a visit out to the Pakistan border with this private tour. You'll visit the Golden Temple, Jallianwala Bagh, and the Durgiana Temple during the day, with a break to relax, eat, or freshen up at your hotel. Your driver will return before sunset to take you to the border at Wagah to watch the evening flag retreat ceremony, known for its grandiose choreography.
Learn about Sikhism and about the history of Amritsar's Golden Temple by experiencing the famous gurudwara with a professional guide. On this private tour, you'll walk through the temple complex, see where the holy book is kept in the evening, and visit the langar, or community kitchen, where food is produced and served for all who want it, free or by donation only.
See the highlights of Amritsar in just one day by booking this private, customizable tour led by a local guide. Standard stops include the famous Golden Temple—known as the center of the Sikh Faith—as well as the Partition Museum, and the Wagah Border on the frontier of Pakistan, where a theatrical daily border-closing ceremony takes place.
This is one day tour of Amritsar in which all the important points are covered and a one-day tour with an experienced driver. There are no hidden charges. GUIDE IS ONLY FOR GOLDEN TEMPLE AND JALLIANWALA BAGH
You go with the driver at the border as Guide is not required there.
See Amritsar through the eyes of a local with this private guided tour of the city. You'll visit the most important site in town, the Golden Temple, a place of pilgrimage for members of the Sikh faith. You'll also have time to visit a few other historical sites—including the Old City—and pay a visit to the border with Pakistan.
Watch the evening border-closing ceremony on the frontier between Pakistan and India with this tour from Amritsar. Every night, the border between the two countries is closed with much fanfare, with a drill of marches and a flag-lowering ceremony to mark the daily occasion. This tour includes round-trip transportation from your hotel in a private vehicle, exclusively for your party.
Enjoy an evening of entertainment from Amritsar with a difference when you attend the Wagah Border Flag Ceremony before sunset. Your private guide will meet you at your Amritsar hotel and transport you to the India–Pakistan border, where you’ll watch the guards from the two rival nations face off against each other as they close the border for the day.
Avoid getting lost in the back alleys of Amritsar by joining a guided walking tour. With a small-group of like minded travelers, visit many of the Punjabi city’s cultural and historic highlights. Start at the Town Hall and walk to buildings and monuments that you might overlook when traveling alone, all while learning more about the city’s colorful history. End at the Golden Temple, which you can check out independently.
Getting around Amritsar’s must-sees takes time, and can be tiring and complicated with cabs or public transit. This private tour covers the noteworthy sights with a private car and a driver-guide for navigation and insight you’d miss if alone. Admire the Golden Temple, the spiritual home of Sikhs; watch the Wagah Border Ceremony, visit the Partition Museum, and experience traditional Punjabi culture and cuisine at the Sadda Pind Village Museum.
The Amritsar's recommended and most required package to explore the city in just 1 Day.
In the Morning Local Amritsar Golden Temple with Jallianwala Bagh, Later Around 3'o Clock drive to Wagah Border to enjoy flag lowering ceremony.
After returning from Wagah Border, You will have the option to do shopping and Lunch at some famous nearest places.
1. This tour consists of pickup & drop within the city Radius of 8KM.
2. Airport Pickup or Drop will cost an extra as below:
a) Sedan Car - Rs.1000
b) SUV Car - Rs.2000
3. Tour Guide not included, Will cost an extra Rs.1700
The highlights of Amritsar all within one day. The Golden Temple is the most sacred site for Sikhs in the world, and each day it’s visited by thousands of tourists and pilgrims. Enjoy a convivial lunch in the temple’s Langar Hall, before visiting the Wagah Border in the afternoon to watch the nightly border closing ceremony between India and Pakistan, executed with great pomp and theater.
Visit Amritsar independently, and on your own schedule, without having to deal with negotiating with taxi or autorickshaw drivers, by reserving your own private, air-conditioned Toyota Innova taxi, which seats up to six passengers. You'll have up to eight hours to explore as you wish, and all fuel charges for up to 80 kilometers (nearly 50 miles) are included.
Tour one of India's most-iconic cities, where the Sikh reign supreme and learn about the chaos and culture that exemplify this destination. Visit Amritsar's most famous monuments: the Golden Temple and the Jalliawala Bagh. Sample traditional Punjab cuisine and learn about local legends and traditions from your friendly guide.
Globe Trek Travels, Amritsar city tour includes all the important & historic places to see in city. Our professional guide will make this tour memorable for you by showing the beautiful places & the history behind it. The service will be provided in a private air conditioned cars, coaches with ample of leg roam and premium tempo travellers for big groups. We also take care of our guest with every necessary aspects and provide mineral water bottles during tours to keep every one hydrated and special care of old age guests for hassle free experience.
The Main Highlights of the tour are as following :
1. Golden Temple.
2. Back Door Entry to World Largest community Kitchen.
3. Jallianwala Bagh.
4. Partition Museum.
5. Durgiana Temple.
6. Mata lal devi temple.
Discover the north Indian city of Amritsar, in Punjab, on a walking tour. Learn about the city’s history, architecture, and culture over the course of a few hours as you explore key landmarks such as the Ancient Passage, Baba Bohar, and the Golden Temple Heritage Street. Your guided walking tour also includes a street food tasting where you can sample a handful of local dishes.
Learn about Sikhism and the history of modern India with this private walking tour, led by an English-speaking guide. You'll learn about the formation of India and Pakistan at the partition Museum, take a walk through the historic Old Town, and spend time at the gilded Golden Temple, the most important place of worship for members of the Sikh faith.
Travelers looking to learn more about the grave moments in Indian history will find a trove of incredible exhibitions and information in the Partition Museum of Amritsar Jallianwala Bagh and Wagah Border. This tour will be a 7 hour journey into the events of 1947, when the events of India's division of that year caused a ripple of shocking and somber moments in its history. Following this, you head to Jallianwala Bagh, a public garden with a somber history. This garden was made to commemorate the Jallianwala Bagh Massacre that took place right in Amritsar, when troops of the British army cut down participants of a peaceful protest. Although it happens daily, the Wagah Beating Retreat Border ceremony remains moving as a testament of history, culture, and international relations between India and Pakistan. In the ceremony, you will watch the soldiers of two nations put on a show of sorts, with the lowering of both flags and a handshake between two nations.
Experience Agra on your own terms with this full-day customizable tour of the city. You'll have full access to your own air-conditioned taxi along with a guide who can help you plan the activities and sights that works best for you. Popular stops include the Golden Temple the Battle of Saragarhi Memorial, and the Wagah Border with Pakistan, where an elaborate changing of the guards ceremony is staged daily.
Through this tour your will get the true essence of how a Punjabi traditional lifestyle today looks like by visiting a nearby local Amritsar village close to the India-Pakistan border. Inspiring as well as educating, this tour will offers a fascinating opportunity to know the innocent way of living and the warmth of the local people, thus giving a whole new perspective to discovering the real Punjab.Also enjoy the home made delicious lunch.
will describe an overview of the history of the site, the four gates and thier significance, and then give you an expert led tour of the introductory museum. Then, we all will proceed on the traditional walk around the temple, visiting the significant monuments and sub-temples along the way. After this spiritual and energy filled walk, we will start to go beyond what any normal tourist is allowed to see. Our 10+ years of volunteering has given me access to places no tourist can enter, and I offer you an inside look into the behind the scenes miracles keeping the temple running. We will visit the kitchen which is one of the largest in the world, where you will get the opportunity to cook for up to 100,000 people, making chapatis, stirring massive cauldrons, and washing dishes with hundreds of Sikhs. We will journey deep into the inner areas as well as see the surface of the site on what I promise this will be the most unforgettable and Authentic Golden Temple experience you can have.
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