1 Oct - 28 Feb

Amritsar-Food trail

Description

 

 

Amritsar is one of the most popular cities of Punjab. Its historical, religious and political importance makes it top the list of ‘must-visit-places’. And as if this was not enough, the food calls for a separate visit. Go to Amritsar to eat, shop, pray and shout out 'bharat-mata-ki-jai'. 

ITINERARY

Wagah Border
Change of Guard Ceremony
Amritsar
a plate full of tandoori chicken
a woma making the famous amritsari kulcha
Change of Guard Ceremony

3 days - 2 nights

DAY 1

-  Reach Amritsar in the afternoon

- On the way to the hotel stopover for some very famous chole bhatoore. After this finger-licking lunch, go to the hotel and check in. 

- Early evening you get to visit a local market and then stop over at Jalianwala Bagh. 

-  A visit to the famous market. Boys and girls, be ready to shop for some juttis, pagdis, and everything colourful. 

- For dinner gorge on paranthas and lassis. 

DAY 2

- Breakfast at the hotel.

- Visit the Golden Temple. This might take us 2-3 hours.

- You then have lunch at the very pious langar of the temple.

- At 2 you leave for the Wagah Border. The change of guard ceremony happens at 4 in the evening,
but you want your seats, right? Plus, it’s a longish drive.

- Dinner will be some Amritsari naans and typically Punjabi chicken preparations. Butter chicken, anyone?

   Ohh yes, the vegetarians can have their share of fun too.

DAY 3

-  Have breakfast at the hotel.

-  Check out and go to the airport for your flights.

Inclusions:

- Commute within the city and to-back from Wagah.

- 2 meals on Day1, 3 meals on Day2, and 1 meal on Day3.

-Transport to and from Amritsar airport in a private cab

-Stay at a 3-5 star property (depending on the requirement)

-Assistance from travel pal (if needed)

- Visit to Wagah Border, JalianWalah Bagh and Golden Temple with a local expert

- Food Trail with a local expert

Exclusions:

-  Flight tickets to and from Amritsar.

-  Any personal expense like shopping, etc

-  Water bought for personal consumption

-  Anything not included in inclusions

 

Image courtesy: Siddhesh Kulkarni.

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