Day 01 : Arrive Amritsar
Arrive Amritsar Railway Station/ Airport and transfer to the select hotel. Evening visit India-Pakistan Attari Border to watch Flag Retreat Ceremony- Attari Wagah, an army Joint Check Post on India-Pakistan border 30 Kms from Amritsar where the daily highlight is the evening "Beating the Retreat" ceremony. Soldiers from both countries march in perfect drill, going through the steps of bringing down their respective national flags. Return to hotel. Overnight stay at Amristar
DAY 2: Amritsar local excursion
After Breakfast , Start your city tour with the blessings of Golden Temple-the most important sikh shrine also known as Harmandir Sahib and Darbar Sahib. Then visit Jallianwala Bagh- the place that reminds every Indian of the brutal and hearless massacre by british general Dyer. Visit Durgiana Temple :- The temple The complex houses Shree Laxmi Narayan Mandir with a huge pond on its periphery. Overnight stay at Amristar
DAY 3: Amritsar to Bathinda (180 km / 4 hours)
After breakfast you will proceed for Bathinda which is located 180 km from Amritsar. Later visit Takht Sri Damdama Sahib, Quila Mubarak and Bathinda Lake where you can also enjoy boating. In the evening you can go for shopping and rest of the day free at your leisure. Overnight stay in Bathinda
Day 04: Bathinda local siteseeings
You will start your day with famous breakfast of Bathinda and proceed to visit some new and famous places of Bathinda which includes Mazaar of Peer Haji Rattan, Bir Talab Zoo. After completing this sites you will proceed for Rose Garden which is very famous in Bathinda then by the evening back to hotel. Overnight stay in Bathinda
Day 05: Bathinda to Amritsar (180 km / 4 hours)
After breakfast you will check out from hotel and you will proceed for amritsar and drop to railway station/airport for onwards journey. Tour end
About Hemkund Sahib
Hemkund Sahib is a pilgrimage site in Chamoli district, Uttarakhand, India. With a setting of a glacial lake surrounded by seven mountain peaks and each peak adorned by a Nishan Sahib on its cliff, it is located in the Himalayas at an elevation of 4632 meters (15,200 ft) as per the Survey of India. It is accessible only by foot from Gobindghat on the Rishikesh-Badrinath highway.
Hemkunt Sahib is Sikh place of worship Gurudwara, known as Gurudwara Sri Hemkunt Sahib Ji, devoted to Guru Gobind Singh Ji (1666–1708), the tenth Sikh Guru, which finds mention in Dasam Granth, a piece of work believed to be narrated by Guru Gobind Singh Ji. Thus this temple holds prominence among people who believe in Dasam Granth.
Etymology of Hemkund sahib
Hemkunt is a Sanskrit name derived from Hem ("Snow") and Kund ("bowl"). Dasam Granth says this is the place where Pandu Raja practiced Yoga.
Travel to Hemkund Sahib