Tour – 6 Days & 5 Nights
Punjab, a state bordering Pakistan, is the heart of India’s Sikh community. The city of Amritsar, founded in the 1570s by Sikh Guru Ram Das, is the site of Harmandir Sahib, the holiest gurdwara (Sikh place of worship). Known in English as the Golden Temple, and surrounded by the Pool of Nectar, it’s a major pilgrimage site. Also in Amritsar is Durgiana Temple, a Hindu shrine famed for its engraved silver doors.
|High Season||Medium Season||Low Season|
|October to March||April and September||May to August|
|Places Covered||Amristar / Kapurthala / Phillaur / Bathinda / MandiGobindgarh / Patiala|
|Inclusions||Sight Seeing / Break Fast / Accommodation|
|Exclusions||Flights / Bank Remittance Charges / Personal Expenses|
Day 1: Amritsar
On arrival at Amritsar meet and greet by our representatives and proceed to Hotel. Check in to hotel and relax. overnight stay at Hotel.
Day 2: Kapurthala (Jagjit Palace)
After breakfast drive to Kapurthala visit Jagatjit PalaceIf you are an architecture aficionado, do not miss the opportunity to visit Jagatjit Palace when in Kapurthala. It is the most admirable building in the city and was the residence of the Sikh Maharajas in the nineteenth century. Currently, the palace is under the care of Defense Ministry and houses the Sainik School. It is spread over 200 acres of land, and the palatial building is a fine example of astounding architecture, the credit of which goes to a French artist who specially created this piece of work on the request of the Maharaja. He was also helped by Allah Ditta, a local builder in the construction of the building which began in 1900 and was completed almost eight years later. Often referred as “Paris of Punjab” Kapurthala lives up to its name with an array of structures flaunting an essence of Indo-Saracen and French style. It’s not only the architecture that’s admirable, but the interiors of the building are tastefully done with ‘beaux art’ – French style painted ceilings and plaster of Paris figurines. The structure is a fitting example of the royal life Indian rulers once lived. Then leave for Phillaur and visit Phillaur Fort Designed by French & Italian generals, this former fort now houses a training academy for police. Overnight stay at Ludhiana.
Day 3: Bathinda (Qila Mubarak)
After breakfast drive to BathindaQila Mubarak is a monument of great historical significance in Bathinda dating back to AD 90-110. It has been famous throughout history for being the prison of Razia Sultan, the first and only lady ruler of the Delhi. It was constructed during the reign of the Kushanas; the Kushana ruler Kanishka built the fort along with Raja Dab.The Fort Qila Mubarak has many stories to tell and many kings like Kanishka, Razia Sultana, Sultan Mahmud, Prithvi Raj Chauhan and others once walked within the walls of this fort. Visitors can enjoy a panoramic view of the city of Bathinda from the top of the fort. It is one of the highest forts in India that is made from small bricks – giving the walls an illusion of indestructible might. Inside the Qila Mubarak complex, there are other two gurudwaras built by Guru Gobind Singh, the tenth guru. Then there is the prison where Delhi’s Sultan. aRazia was held captive.
Day 4: MandiGobindgarh (Fort Gobindgarh)
After breakfast check out from the hotel and proceed to Gobindgarh from Amritsar to visit GobindgarhFort Gobindgarh Fort was built by the army of Gujjar Singh Bhangi of Sikh Misls. This fort was reconstructed by Maharaja Ranjit Singh between 1805 and 1809. During the British rule, this fort was in the army’s possession for nearly 150 years. The Darbar Hall, HawaMahal and the PhansiGhar were added to the fort during British rule only. After the Indian Independence, Indian army took control over the fort and till date it is under the administration of Indian Defence Force.
At the time of India-Pakistan partition, this fort served as the camp for immigrants from Pakistan. This fort was open for public in December 2006 by then Punjab Chief Minister, Captain Amarinder Singh. Architecturally, this fort is constructed with brick and lime in a square pattern. The fort features two gates, four bastions and rampart along with the main entrance called as Nalwa Gate.
This fort has another entrance called Keelar Gate, which is believed to be connected with the tunnel of Lahore. Originally, there were 25 cannons on the ramparts of this fort that are now replaced with modern weaponry. In the heart of the fort, lies a Toshakhana, which was constructed to store grains and provisions for the army of Maharaja Ranjit Singh. Overnight stay at Chandigarh.
Day 5: Patiala (Bhadurgarh Fort)
After breakfast check out from the hotel and proceed to Patiala And proceed to visit Bhadurgarh Fort which is 6 km from Patiala. Also known by the name QilaBahadurgarh, the Bahadurgarh fort is one of the ancient monuments in Patiala city. This antique fort encloses a village named Saifabad within its four walls. This fact is known by the inscriptions found in the mosque and the village. Inside, there is a gurdwara and an old mosque. The Qila has a Gurudwara which is a depiction of the fine architecture of the Sikhs. The mosque built by Saif Khan is another attraction inside the Qila. One can get to see Saif Khan’s burial place or tomb in there.
Day 6: Departure
After breakfast checkout from the hotel and proceed airport/Railway station for your further journey.
- Rates are not valid for peak Festive season i.e. New Year , Diwali , Pushkar fair etc.
- Rates are based on Hotels Subject to Availability at the time of making Reservation. In case of unavailability in mentioned hotels,alternate accommodation will be arranged in a similar category hotel
- Rates are subject to change if there is any Fair & Festival, Major conference, events in travel destination
- Early check in / late checks out is subject to availability of rooms
- Cancellation charges would be as per the company policy.
- Vehicle confirmed will be as per Itinerary and not at disposal. AC will work only in the plains and will be switched off during hill drives.
- All sightseeing mentioned are subject to weather conditions, political conditions & traffic conditions in the destination.
- Any sightseeing missed due to natural calamities / weather conditions is non-refundable.
- All entrances fees will be on direct payment basis as per Itinerary
- It is not advisable to travel in night, if necessary supplement charge applicable
|Per person on Twin Occupancy||$575 USD||$675 USD||$935 USD|
|Per Person On Triple Occupancy||$590 USD||$710 USD||$1050 USD|
|Single Occupancy||$700 USD||$799 USD||$890 USD|
- Deposit of 25% of the package cost at the time of booking.
- Need 50% payment of the package cost, 30 days prior to departure date
- Need 100% payment of the package cost, 15 days prior to departure date
- 10% of full tour cost – 60 days prior to arrival.
- 25% of full tour cost – 30 days prior to arrival.
- 50% of full tour cost – between 15 & 29 days prior to tour.
- 75% of full tour cost – between 14 & 7 days prior to tour
- 100% – within 7 days prior to tour.
- Sightseeing as per the itinerary
- Daily Breakfast
- Accommodation as per itinerary
- All Transfers, excursions & sightseeing as per the itinerary by private TOYOTA Innova in Deluxe Package
- Below 5 Yrs Child sharing same bed with parents will be Complimentary.
- Parking and all transport related expense including Driver Services
- All toll taxes, parking fees, Fuel and driver’s allowances
- Welcome drink on arrival
- All Transport & Hotels Related Taxes
- A 24 – hour helpline.
- Assistance on Arrival.
- No Hidden Cost
- Bank Remittance charges
- Personal expenses such as laundry, telephone calls, tips & gratuity, mineral water, soft & hard drinks, porterage
- GST & all Government Taxes
- Any monuments fee
- Anything not mentioned in the inclusions
- Additional sightseeing or extra usage of vehicle, other than mentioned in the itinerary
- Entrance Fees & Guide charges
- Any cost arising due to natural calamities like, landslides, road blockage, political disturbances (strikes), etc (to be borne by the client, who is directly payable on the spot)
- Any increase in Airlines taxes or fuel price at the time of departure, leading to increase in cost on surface transportation & land arrangements, which may come into effect prior to departure
- Still camera/ video camera charger