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Amritsar is one of the famous Religious Tourist Destination of Punjab. A lot of tourist came every years in Amritsar with family or friends to enjoy there vacation in Amritsar. GotoExplore offers a tour Package for Amritsar from the different locations of India. Our Amritsar Package includes Train/Flight, Hotels, Meals, Cab for nearest sightseeing and pick and drop facility. Package customization of Amritsar Package can also be done as your requirement. If you share your Amritsar tour requirement with us then you will get 3 different quotations of your Amritsar Package from the different local travel agency who can organized the Amritsar trip. Some of the popular Amritsar Tour Packages are listed here.

Vaishno Devi Darshan Package With Amritsar

Route : Jammu → Katra → Amritsar
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Amritsar Katra Patnitop Tour Package

Route : Amritsar → Katra → Patnitop → Jammu
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Amritsar Vaishno Devi Darshan Tour Package

Route : Amritsar → Katra → Amritsar
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Amritsar Dalhousie Pathankot Tour Package

Route : Amritsar → Dalhousie → Pathankot
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Amritsar Tour Package From Delhi

Route : Delhi → Amritsar → Delhi
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Amritsar Vaishno Devi Darshan Tour Package

Route : Amritsar → Katra → Amritsar
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Amritsar Manali Tour Package

Route : Amritsar → Manali
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Amritsar Dalhousie Dharamsala Tour Package

Route : Amritsar → Dalhousie → Dharamshala
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Amritsar Dharamshala Manali Tour Package

Route : Amritsar → Dharamshala → Manali
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People Ask About Amritsar

Yes. It's nowhere written in Shri Guru Granth Sahib (holy book of Sikhs) that a woman is barred from entering Gurudwara at any phase of her biological cycle. ... The only thing you have to follow while entering a Gurudwara is make sure your head is covered.

The Golden Temple is open, and serves langar, 24 hours a day. At around 4.30 a.m., the holy book, the Guru Granth Sahib, is carried from the Akal Takht, in another part of the complex, around the main shrine. The first hukumnama (order of the day) is read at around 5 a.m., while the last is read at 9.45 p.m.

No, mobiles and cameras are strictly not allowed, they provides the locker, you can place your belongings there. over a year ago. No they are not allowed inside. You can place them in a locker in the temple

Cameras are allowed. Wash your hands and feet as you enter the temple. Cameras are allowed but you are not allowed to take pictures everywhere, especially not inside the Sanctum Sanatorium, unless you have already taken permission

If you have a day for Golden Temple, you should definitely make it a point to visit at night. On certain occasions, when there is a birth anniversary of a Sikh Guru or an important event for Sikh community, Golden temple at night transmutes into a marvel beyond the golden lights and shades of it on the holy lake

It's worth noting that it's always very hot at the golden temple so light clothes are advisable. Shoulders must be covered although bare arms are fine. Shorts should also not be worn. ... There's no need to worry about your shoes getting stolen as there is a cloakroom in the Golden Temple specifically for shoes.

November to March – The best time to visit Amritsar is between November and March, when the weather is comparatively pleasant and ideal for sightseeing and visiting the Golden Temple. However, sometimes the temperature can touch a freezing – 4 Degree Celsius.

AmritsarHoly City in Punjab. The name of the city derives from the name of the pool around the Golden Temple (aka Harmandir Sahib) and means “holy pool of nectar” (Amrit: elixir; Sar: (short for sarovar) lake).

You need Maximum 2 days to visit amritsar. On first day you can visit golden temple, Jalia wala baag, Guru ke Mahal, Gurudwara Mata Kaulan Hall Bazaar, Bibekar Sahib, Vaishnodevi temple etc. On second day you can go for local market as well as in evening you can visit WAGAH BORDER which is a MUST WATCH place.

Amritsar is known for its famous traditional apparels.It is rightly said that apparels define a city's culture and heritage. Amritsar lays out a huge number of options for the ladies. Salwar suits,Patiala Salwar ,Embroidered Suits ,Punjabi jutisetc are found in abundance in the shops of Amritsar.

About Amritsar Tour Package

There are divided opinions about the real history of Amritsar. Some say it was gifted by Akbar to Guru Amar Das; some believe that it was actually acquired by Guru Ram Das and still others are of the opinion that it was bought by the Guru. However, the popular belief about Amritsar remains that it was laid in 1574. In the pre independence era Amritsar was one of the main educational centers of the country. Till date the Hindu College, Khalsa College, DAV College and many other institutes in the city of Amritsar are some of the leading institutions in India.

Best Season, Climate, and Clothing:
In Amritsar, one of the choicest tourist destinations in India, you will find an extreme climate with scorching summers and chilly winters. Monsoons generally hit the city of Amritsar around early July. However the best time to travel to Amritsar is between October and March.

Tourist attractions in Amritsar:

Golden Temple:
Also known as Sri Harmandir Sahib, the Golden Temple was built by Guru Ram Das during 14th century, is acclaimed as one of the most revered sites of Sikh religion. Displaying both Hindu and Muslim styles of architecture, it exhibits a huge golden dome. Its architectural brilliance draws the interest of all and sundry around the globe. Although principally a pilgrimage spot for the Sikhs, it is one of the greatest tourist attractions in Amritsar.

Jallianwala Bagh:
One name that strikes your mind about Amritsar is the Jallianwala Bagh. Sited near the Golden Temple, it bears witness to the tragedy called Jallianwala Bagh Massacre during the British Raj. General Dyer set a congregation on fire at the venue where several Punjabis gathered for Baisakhi (New Year) celebrations on 13 April 1919.

Wagah Border:
About 28 kms from About Amritsar, the Wagah Border is an army outpost on India and Pakistan border between the cities of About Amritsar and Lahore.

Tarn Taran:
At approximately 25 kms to the south of Amritsar stands the Tarn Taran – a lake which bears holy as well as medical associations attached to it. Constructed by Ranjit Singh, it has fairs that are celebrated on every ‘Amavas’ night.