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Vaishno Devi Amritsar Tour Package - 5 Days

Vaishno Devi Amritsar Tour Package

Vaishno Devi Amritsar Tour Package is one of the most demandable tour from tourist. In this tour you can cover Sikh Pilgrimage – Golden Temple Shri Harmandir Sahib and hinduism pilgrimage – Vaishno Devi Temple.  Trip will start from Amritsar city with 2 night stay and explore places like Golden Temple, Jallianwala Bagh, Waga Border. Last 2 nights shall be in Katra where you will get full one day for Maa Vaishno Devi darshan. And last day drop at Jammu or Amritsar as per your choice. With our special Vaishno Devi Amritsar Tour Package, you can visit all these places at affordable prices from Global World Tour and Travels.

Vaishno Devi Amritsar Tour Package: Highlights

  • Vaishno Devi temple and Ardh Kuwari Cave, Vaishno
  • Darshan and aarthi to Maha kali, Maha Lakshmi and Maha Saraswati
  • Bhairavanath temple, Vaishno
  • Shopping at Amritsar
  • Visiting Golden temple & Jallianwala bagh
  • Exploring the Waga Border
Day 1
Day 01 : Arrival at Amritsar (By train / Flight)

Arrival at Amritsar and our representative pick you from Amritsar railway station/airport and transfer to hotel. Hotel check in and take rest. In Evening for wagha border and in night take lunch overnight hotel stay.

Day 2
Day 02 : Amritsar Local Sightseeing

After breakfast proceed for Golden Temple, Durgiana Temple, Mata Laal Devi Temple, Maharajah Ranjeet Singh Museum, Jalianwala Bagh. Take Dinner and overnight hotel stay.

Day 3
Day 03 : Amritsar to Katra (260km / 5 hrs)

After breakfast check out from hotel and proceed towards Katra. Arrived Katra Hotel check in. In night take dinner and overnight hotel stay.

Day 4
Day 04:- Vaishno devi darshan

After Breakfast we will drop you at Banganga and you will track from Mata Darshan. In evening return back and take rest in hotel after dinner.

Day 5
Day 05:- Katra to Jammu Drop (50km/ 1 hrs)

After Breakfast check out from Hotel and drop you at Jammu railway st/ airport for onwards journey

Package Inclusions

  • 2 Night stay in Amritsar on twin sharing basis
  • 2 Night stay in Katra on twin sharing basis
  • Breakfast & Dinner
  • Private cab for all transfer and sightseeing
  • Pickup from Amritsar railway st/ airport
  • Drop to Jammu railway st/ airport
  • Driver Allowance, road tax etc

Package Exclusions

  • Entrance fees at the monuments/ temples
  • Meals not mentioned above
  • Expenses of personal nature such as laundry telephone calls, drinks, tipping etc
  • Anything not mentioned in the itinerary
  • Any increase in the govt. taxes
  • GST
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Hotel Vidya ResidencyKatra2

How to Reach Amritsar

By Air: Sri Guru Ram Das Jee International Airport in Amritsar, located about 11 kilometeres away from the city-centre, is well connected to other cities in India and also to a number of international cities. There are daily flights to and from Delhi, Chandigarh, Jammu, Srinagar, Dubai, London, Toronto and Tashkent, among other cities.


By Bus: There are bus services available that connect Amritsar with cities like Delhi, Dehradun, Shimla, Jammu and other towns in North India. These include both government-run buses and coaches operated by private companies.


By Train: Amritsar Railway Station is the main station in the city and is well connected to almost all major cities in India including Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, Kolkata, Agra, and Chandigarh, among others. A train journey from Delhi to Amritsar takes a little over 6 hours.


Best time to visit Vaishno Devi

Vaishno Devi is open for pilgrims throughout the year, but the best time to undertake the journey is between the months of March and October. A lot of pilgrims visit Vaishno Devi between these months as the weather is cool and pleasant, but maximum visitors plan their trip during the Navratras.


Best Time to visit Amritsar

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.


Places to visit near Vaishno Devi Temple

Bhairon Temple : One of the best places to visit around Katra, Bhairon Temple is an important pilgrimage site as well and it has interesting legends related to it. According to the legends, Bhairav Nath asked for forgiveness for his wicked acts in his last breath and Vaishnavi granted him the same. It is deemed that the excursion to Vaishno Devi only completes after paying a visit to Bhairav Mandir, situated on the top of the hill and easily accessible from Ardhkuwari.


Patnitop: Patnitop is located at a height of 2024 meters crosswise over which the Jammu- Srinagar Highway passes. Patnitop offers excellent outing spots, tranquil strolls and amazing perspectives of the mountain scape with Chenab River flowing nearby. It is the best created vacationer spot of Jammu and is known for its characteristic appeal, atmosphere, pine woodlands and lavish green spread.


Mansar: Around 59 km from Jammu, Mansar is a wonderful lake surrounded by woods, secured hills with its length and width. Mansar is a prominent holiday destination in Jammu. It is a sacred site as well sharing the legend and sacredness of Lake Mansarovar in Tibet.


Shiv Khori: Shiv Khori, the holy cave of Lord Shiva is at a separation of 70 Km from Katra. The cave is a genuine miracle to be seen and measures almost kilometer long with a 4 feet high normally shaped Shiv-lingam at the heart of the Sanctum Sanctorum.


Places to visit in Amritsar

Wagah Border Crossing: Wagah is the border on the grand trunk road that marks the dividing line between Pakistan and India, known to same as the ‘Berlin Wall of Asia’. On this border, a retreat ceremony called ‘lowering of the flags’ has been held every single evening since 1959. The ceremony has gained a huge following, and is witnessed by hundreds of people every day on both sides of the border. The Retreat ceremony starts 30 minutes before sunset. As a prelude, public address systems on both sides play their most impassioned patriotic songs. The Border Security Force (BSF) jawans encourage women and children to hold the national flag, sprint towards the gates, and dance to Bollywood tracks in celebration. The positivity of this environment might surprise people who would expect hostility or tension between India and Pakistan, but this ceremony is consistently an expression of joy, fun and love for one’s country, without hating the other. The pageantry and the pomp attracts a large gathering and makes for a great spectacle.


Golden Temple: You haven’t seen the soul of Amritsar until you’ve visited the Golden Temple, the holiest shrine of the Sikh religion. This architectural marvel is a only a small part of this huge gurudwara complex, known to Sikhs as Harmandir Sahib (or Darbar Sahib). The temple sits on a rectangular platform, surrounded by a pool of water called the Amrit Sarovar, from which the city received its name. The Guru Granth Sahib (Holy book of Sikhs) is installed in the temple every morning, and returned at night to the Akal Takhat, the temporal seat of the Khalsa brotherhood. With the support of Hukam Singh Chimni and Maharaja Ranjit Singh, the temple was decorated with the stunning gold and marble work that continues to inspire awe in admirers from all over the world today.


Jallianwala Bagh: April 13, 1919, marks a bloody day in the history of Indian independence, when hundreds of innocent Indians participating in a meeting at the Bagh were killed by British troops on the order of General Dyer. As you step into the narrow passage leading to the Jallianwala Bagh in Amritsar, the first thing you’ll notice is an inscription on a stone plaque: ‘this is the place where the bullets were fired from.’ After the event of Indian Independence, this park was turned into a memorial to the people who sacrificed their lives, and a memorial designed by American architect Benjamin Polk now stands at the site. A well which people jumped into to escape the gunfire has been preserved inside the park, and stands as a sobering reminder of the horrific event that occurred here. Bullet holes on the wall within the Jallianwala Bagh have also been marked for visitors to observe.


Central Sikh Museum: Central Sikh Museum preserves the gruesome history of the Sikhs’ martyrdom at the hands of the Mughals, the British, and Operation Bluestar. Established in 1958, the gallery now hosts a collection of portraits of Sikh gurus, saints, warriors and prominent leaders. Visitors will also find a rich collection of coins, arms, and ancient manuscripts, as well as an excellent library.


Places to Eat in Amritsar

Bharawan Da Dhaba : If being in Punjab makes you crave those stereotypical Punjabi delights, you've come to the right place. Makki ki roti with sarson da saag, stuffed kulchas (potatoes or paneer) with chhole are just some things that they do better than any place in Delhi or London. Do keep in mind, Bharawan is "pure veg" due to their close proximity to the Golden Temple. But don't let that hamper your decision just because you're a hardcore meat-eater. The kebabs can wait.


Paya at Pal Da Dhaba: Probably not something you would get used to, but hooves are a delicacy and we know just the place. Located near the Hathi Gate, the Dhaba is run by its proprietor who is also the iron chef in the kitchen. A simple broth spiced with garam masala, chilli and lentil leaves and generously blessed with pieces of hooves, the dish is best paired with kheema paratha, although it breaks into a million pieces in your hand.


Chicken Tikka Tandoori, Beera Chicken Corner: Featured on the popular television series Highway On My Plate, Beera's isn't fancy but the food is divine! Seating is limited, so if you plan to enjoy it in your car, your hosts would be most obliged to serve you. The Chicken Tikka is perfectly spiced and goes well with a keeema naan. If things get too dry, a spicy gravy accompaniment is offered for free and you can always get your own booze.


Mutton Chaap, Adarsh Meat Shop: Finding this place might a be bit of a challenge, but if you get to C-Block Market Complex near Rose Garden, the locals will know what you're looking for. Your frustration might double as you'll have to queue up to make an order. But seriously, it is worth the wait. Shallow fried and slow cooked, the tender succulent meat comes right off the rib with a spicy and sour flavour. Do try the mutton tikka if you're still drooling after the chaap.


Ahuja Lassi: Situated near the Hindu College and Durgiana Temple, every autowallah knows how to get here so you're not alone. Churned the way lassi is, the Ahuja's secret ingredient is a natural essence the many patrons still cannot decipher. The original lassi is hands down the best so far, and we suggest a tall steel glass of it first thing in the morning.


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