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Amritsar: Romancing with Punjab

Amritsar – a place that has survived the Jallianwala Bagh Massacre in 1919, the partition of India in 1947, witnessed Operation Blue Star in 1984, and still, it manages to surprise visitors through its romance in its air, vibrance, lovely locals, and the lip-smacking Punjabi food.


Starts: from Amritsar

Ends: at Amritsar

Type: Women-Only


Start: 30 Nov, 1:15 PM

End: 3 Dec, 1:45 PM

₹ 21300

₹ 20300

About the Tour

This power-packed trip to Amritsar is for those who want to visit all the major spots along with experiencing the vibe of this border town, and indulge their soul & taste buds in Punjabi food while being on a spiritual and religious sojourn. Get goosebumps while feeling patriotic at Wagah Border and also experience the pain of the 1947 partition while visiting other places.

The golden yellow sarson ke khet surrounding the villages of Amritsar, the taste of Makki di roti te Sarson da saag (maize flour bread with mustard greens) slow-cooked on the hearth, the sights of Punjabi people riding tractors through their farms, and the warmth of Sikh hospitality are just a few delights of visiting Amritsar. In Amritsar, everything revolves around food, and it’s a dream city to visit for connoisseurs. It’s a sin to come back from Amritsar without tasting Amritsari Kulcha, Chhole Bhature, Kulfi, Dal Makhani, Lassi, and Jalebi.

For decades, Bollywood movies have highly romanticized the Punjab state and now it’s time to make your romance real with a Punjabi city! Amritsar city, being an impeccable representation of Punjab’s culture, is a must-visit destination for any Indian at least once in a lifetime.

The bustling city of Amritsar is the abode of rich history, culture, and heritage. The tales of Amritsar tell how it was torn time and again during the Indian Independence Movement including the Jallianwala Bagh Massacre in 1919. Amritsar has survived the harsh reality of the Indo-Pak partition in 1947 when the Radcliffe line made its way through the heart of Punjab tearing the soul of India. We can vicariously live on Amritsar’s side of the partition while visiting the Partition Museum in the city. Not to mention the daily ceremony which happens at Wagah Border which is for formally closing the borders at night, and to convey a peaceful message between the two nations.

Are you ready to join us for this lovely adventure to the vibrant city of Amritsar?

Trip Highlights

Your Itinerary

The trip starts from Amritsar Airport/Railway Station

Pick-up Schedule:

1. 1:15 PM – Amritsar Airport (land latest by 1 PM for this pickup)
2. 1:40 PM – Amritsar Railway Station (arrive at railway station latest by 1:30 PM)


  1. If you feel that flights from your city to Amritsar are expensive, then you can consider taking the Shatabdi Express from Delhi to Amritsar. We can assist with that.
  2. If landing in Amritsar before 1 PM isn’t convenient for you, consider coming a day early and we can arrange a stay and pick up for you, at an additional charge.

After pickups are done,
Hotel Check-in
Lunch (cost excluded, order your Ala Carte)
Partition Museum
Jallianwala Bagh
Golden Temple Visit (Langar, Darshan, Palki Ceremony)
Back to hotel

Shopping & Food Exploration (optional)
Lunch (Kesar da Dhaba)
Attari Wagah Border Ceremony
Dinner (cost excluded)

Ram Tirath Temple
Sadda Pind (experiencing the Punjabi Lifestyle)
Punjabi Lunch (at Sadda Pind itself)
Gobindgarh Fort & Museum (with light & Sound show)
Back to hotel

check-out and keep luggage at reception
More shopping time/food exploration time (optional)
Drop at the Airport (1:45 PM) & Railway Station (2:15 PM)

Trip Ends

Amritsar Map

Booking/ Query

If you have any questions or concerns, then please feel free to contact us using the below-mentioned details. Alternatively, fill this form and our team will get back to you at their earliest.

This trip can also be personalized as per your needs, with your friends & family. If interested, please reach out to us.

To book this trip, please Call/ WhatsApp/ Email using the below-mentioned details.

Call/ WhatsApp : +91 9999 74 9677


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