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There knowledge of the city is superb. They actually know the city like the back of the hand. Also they made us exceptionally comfortable during the visits to Goindwal Sahib, Taran taraan Sahib, Tahla Sahib. Not to menti
Posted By: Mrs. Arjan Lal, Housewife, Chennai
Date: 2009-12-18
 

 
 AMRITSAR BUDGETED
One Night Two Days 1N/2D


Package Cost Per person Twin Sharing Basis

Hotel

Package Cost

Room Category

Hotel Le Golden

Rs850/$19.5

Deluxe

Hotel Majha Continental/
Hotel RS Residency

Rs1100/$25

Deluxe

Hotel City Heart

Rs.1400/$32

Deluxe

Comfort INN GSK

Rs1800/$41

Standard

Hotel Ista & SPA

Rs3000/$68

Standard

Inclusions:

  • One night accommodation in the hotel on twin sharing basis
  • Daily Breakfast
  • Sight seeing as mentioned in the package.

Exclusions:

  • Lunch
  • Any personal expense such as tips, drinks, phone calls etc.
  • Any increase in land arrangement.
  • Any type of food expenses of the assistants provided by the company.
  • Any type of (cab) transfers other than mentioned.
  • 4% service tax
  • Any other cost which is not included in the above “Tour Cost Inclusions”

Note:

  • The universal check-in & check out policy of hotels is 14:00hrs and 12 noon respectively.
  • The hotel/cab reservations are subject to availability at the time of confirmation.
  • A child without any need of bed will not be charged.
  • Rs325/ $7.5 per person on twin sharing basis will be charged for the excursion to Wagah Border
 Day 1

Arrive at Amritsar railway station and be greeted by our driver. Relax yourself while we drive you to the hotel. Start your Amritsar trip with the visit to the sacred Golden Temple. Then visit Jallianwala Bagh and witness the remains of brutal massacre by General Dyre. The rest of the day is with you to enjoy. Overnight stay at hotel.

 Day 2

Start your day with mouth watering breakfast at the hotel and then enjoy your ride to the Railway station. Finally bid farewell to the Amritsar.