Discover to Drive
Discover to Drive
Discover to Drive
Discover to Drive

THE DRIVE TO DISCOVER

from 95,000.00/-*

The Road Less Travelled presents to you 'DRIVE TO DISCOVER' - a self drive journey where you re-discover the hidden ability within you that encourages you to explore new roads, new cultures, new types of food & above all new experiences.

  • Duration 6 Nights & 7 Days
  • Distance Covered around 850 Kms
  • Vacation Style Self-Drive
  • Group Size 20 - 24 pax
  • Dates To be declared
  • Drive Route CHANDIGARH - HOSHIARPUR - DHARAMSALA - KHAJJIAR - GURDASPUR - AMRITSAR
All about the 'THE DRIVE TO DISCOVER'

This interesting drive route covers the rich and fertile land of Punjab & the Northern Himachal Dhauladhar ranges of the Himalayas. The roads and trails will open up myriad experiences - right from the Buddhist influences of Dharamshala, to the reminiscences of the British Raj in Dalhousie and then the bare ethics of rural Punjab.

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE DRIVE

  • Each halt en-route comes with its own share of authentic experiences - food to culture to local folklore of that region.
  • Experience different kinds of stay - Heritage Fort, Camps, Theme based Hotel
  • Explore the multi terrains during the drive - state highways to hills to farms to city
The Tour Package inclusions & exclusions at a glance
Whats included in this tour Items that are covered in the cost of tour price.
  • Private Airport transfers at Chandigarh (arrival)
  • Stay on a twin share basis at all locations as mentioned in the itinerary.
  • All meals - breakfast, lunch
  • Self-drive vehicles, as per the option selected, in excellent condition, with all taxes paid along with a comprehensive insurance cover.
  • Provision of refreshments during the drive
  • Fuel costs for each vehicle for the entire duration of the drive.
  • Local experiences and explorations as mentioned in the itinerary.
Whats not included in this tour Items that are covered in the cost of tour price.
  • Flights into Chandigarh and out of Amritsar (This can be arranged by us at flight costs prevalent at the time of confirmation).
  • Expenses, personal in nature.
  • Shopping expenses, adventure activities, etc if any.
  • Alcohol or any related expenses.
  • Personal Accident/ Medical Insurance Cover, as per the individual's requirements.
  • Driving Licenses/ Any government issued permit needed for you to drive a vehicle.
  1. DAY 1 CHANDIGARH - FORT NALAGARH: PRE-DRIVE

    This afternoon, following your arrival into Chandhigarh, you will be greeted by our representative and driven to Fort Nalagarh - A Heritage Resort (1 hour 30 mins).

    On your arrival at the Fort Nalagarh, located on a hillock at the foothills of the mighty Himalayas affording a panoramic view of the Shivalik hills beyond the Sirsa river. You will then be accompanied to your room, post check-in formalities.

    Early evening hours, we meet together as a team over a high-tea. Post introductions along with the TRLT support team; we discuss the routes & terrain for the next 7 days and get down to preparing for the drive the next day. Drive pairs are formed & each team will be introduced to their drive vehicle. We set out for a short one hour drive, which will allow us to understand our vehicles better, preparing us for the days ahead. A feast skilfully created by Chef, as you sit down to your first night's dinner in the lap of nature and luxury.

    Post dinner, an early night is recommended.

    Meal: Lunch, High-Tea and Dinner
    Overnight in Fort Nalagarh, Himachal Pradesh

  2. DAY 2 FORT NALGARH - HOSHIARPUR: 120 kms / 2-3 hours

    Located at the foothills of the Himalayas, Nalagarh has a beautiful sunrise to boast of. Those interested in experiencing the sunrise at the foothills can head out for a quick pre breakfast sunrise drive, which will also help you get further acclimatized to your drive vehicles.

    Post breakfast we head to our next destination Citrus Farms, Hoshiarpur - a luxury stay at the farms. Today being the first day of drive, we have planned for a sort & easy drive.

    After two-hour of drive, we check-in and the chef indulges you in a luscious Punjabi meal (made in desi ghee, of course!!).

    Following lunch, if a little relaxation is needed, spend the afternoon at leisure in the tranquility of the farm. Or you have an option to explore the charming village, just a few kilometers drive away. While we roam around the village, interact with the locals and get exposed to their way of life. Visit the local dairy farm and those interested could join the locals in milking the cows.

    Later this evening, you get to experience & learn the traditional cooking (an interactive cooking session). Get glimpses of their well kept secret of mouth-watering recipes.

    AN EVENING WITH THE STARS

    One of the other things that Hoshiarpur is famous for are the pandits who are exponents of the famous 'Brighu Samhita' - an astrological classic attributed to Maharishi Bhrigu, written during the vedic period of Treta Yuga. We will spend time with these pandits and understand their interpretation of how the planets and stars have an important role to play in our lives.

    Meal: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner 
    Overnight in Cirtus Farms, Hosiarpur

  3. Day 3 HOSHIARPUR - KHAJJIAR: 190 kms/ 6-7 hours

    Today, we will cross the plains of Punjab and enter the foothills of the Dhauladhar ranges of the Himalayas. The road till Pathankot is an extension of the previous days drive. Thereon, it transforms into a two-lane road through the ghats. And then we pass the scenic Kangra Valley, famous for its organic green teas till we come to our destination, Khajjiar.

    Khajjiar, located 6500 ft. (2000 m) in the Dhauladhar ranges of the Western Himalayas, sits on a small plateau with a small stream-fed lake in the middle. It is surrounded by meadows and forests, with the peaks seen in the distance. Mr. Willy T. Blazer, Vice Counselor and Head of Chancery of Switzerland in India brought Khajjiar on the world tourism map by calling it "Mini Switzerland”. Khajjiar is among the 160 locations in the world that bear topographical resemblance with Switzerland. The counselor also took from Khajjiar a stone, which forms a part of a stone collage around the Swiss Parliament to remind the visitors of Khajjiar as the Mini Switzerland of India.

    We arrive in time for lunch, after which we have time for ourselves to explore the mini Switzerland around us. For those interested in sunning themselves, we highly recommend you to put your feet up and relax with a book and a cup of Kangra green tea.

    As the saying goes 'When in Rome, do as the Romans do', we will enjoy the valleys and hills of Khajjiar by living amidst them. Tonight, we will camp in the tents at Camp Himachal located in the Talai Village, 11 kms from Khajjiar.

    AN EVENING WITH THE STARS…. CONTINUED

    The previous evening, we had the opportunity to understand our stars and the manner in which they could influence us. Tonight, we will take this one step further to understand the entire galaxy of stars. Under the starry night, around a bonfire, an astronomer will introduce us to the world of stars and its significance to the universe and mankind.

    Meal: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner 
    Overnight in Camp Himachal, Chamba

  4. DAY 4 KHAJJIAR - DHARAMSALA: 110 kms/ 5 hours

    Day 4 of our drive will awaken us to the roads that lead us through the mountainous terrains, once again. However, this time, as we drive from the Khajjiar - Kangra belt towards Dharamshala, the winding roads could get tough and a bit strenuous to navigate. But no road trip is complete without a taste of all aspects that the terrains have to offer.

    We leave after an early breakfast at Khajjiar and head southwest towards Dharamsala, driving through the visual delight offered by the natural beauty around us.

    Dharamsala, formerly known as Bhagsu is the headquarters of the Kangra district. It is famous as The Dalai Lama's residence and the headquarters of Central Tibetan Administration (the Tibetan government in exile). Located in the upper reaches of the Kangra Valley, the town is surrounded by dense coniferous forests consisting mainly of stately Deodar cedar trees.

    In keeping with the Buddhist ambience, we will stay at a Buddhist themed hotel, Norbulingka. From the moment we step inside the gates of Norbulingka, one feels as if one is transported to a different world.

    There is much to see and do here, and you will want to allow for at least several hours to explore the institute, after lunch. We will be able to observe Tibetan artisans and their apprentices as they practice the ancient Buddhist art forms of statue-making, thangka painting, thangka applique, as well as the decorative arts of woodcarving, wood painting, tailoring, and weaving. At the end of the tour, visitors can pay a visit to the Deden Tsuklagkhang temple. It is a magnificent example of Tibetan religious architecture, displaying some of the finest work done by Norbulingka artists, and the perfect place for prayer and reflection.

    The same evening, for those interested, we can drive down to McLeodgunj, which is a 30 minutes drive in the suburbs. It is known as 'Little Lhasa' because of its large population of Tibetans. The Tibetan government-in-exile is headquartered in McLeod Ganj. The most important Buddhist site in the town isTsuglag Khang - the Dalai Lama's temple.

    Those who join us to McLeodgunj will have dinner at Chonor House, and other guests who choose to stay back, will be served dinner at Norbulingka.

    Meal: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner 
    Overnight in Norbulingka, Dharamsala

  5. DAY 5 DRIVING AROUND DHARAMSALA: 80 kms/ 3 hours

    After three days of driving across places, today will be a relaxed day. The main plan for the day will include some local sightseeing and explorations of the Buddhist heritage; after all we are in the Buddhist haven in India.

    We will begin the day with an early morning meditation session, for those inclined to it.

    Post breakfast, we will head out to visit Gyuto Monastery. The Gyuto Monastery is one of the most famous monasteries in Tibet and specializes in the study of tantric meditation, tantric ritual arts and buddhist philosophy. The main disciple of the first Dalai Lama, Jetsun Kunga Dhondup, founded Gyuto Monastery in 1474 in eastern Tibet. Here, we will interact with the monks and spend some time understanding these ancient arts.

    After lunch and some siesta time at Norbulingka, we will drive through the district to visit Masroor and the Tatwani hot springs. Located about an hour's drive from Dharamsala, the ancient and unique rock-cut temples at Masroor are one of the many hidden gems of India's past. Estimated to have been built between the 6th and 8th centuries, this monolithic temple complex was carved completely from freestanding boulders.

    From Masroor, we drive for 30 min. through the lush green fields and villages of the Kangra Valley to the Tatwani Hot Springs, a well-kept local secret. The hot spring is enclosed within a quaint temple where perfectly temperate water flows into a small pool from the mouth of a lion carved from stone. Tatwani is a peaceful place of rustic beauty that will surely refresh your spirit. The warm water is rich with soothing minerals, believed to heal many ailments from aching muscles, to poor blood circulation, and even arthritis.

    After this we return to Norbulingka, have dinner and bring the day to an end. For those who still have the energy and zest to do more, you could visit the city within Dharamsala or McLeodgunj and experience their nightlife. However, do remember, we need to head out for our drive the next morning, so early to bed and early to rise would be our recommended mantra.

    Meal: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner 
    Overnight in Norbulingka, Dharamsala

  6. DAY 6 DHARAMSALA: - AMRITSAR: 200 kms/ 6 hours

    After four days in the hills it is time to drive back into the plains. After breakfast at Dharamsala, we will begin our drive to Amritsar via Gurdaspur.

    Our halt here is a farm resort Punjabiyat. Aptly named, Punjabiyat celebrates the essence of Punjab - the zest and effervescence of the Punjabi culture & its large heartedness. The place offers an opportunity to experience life on a live farm ensconced within the rustic smell of the country. One can drive a tractor, sit on a charpoy & have tea or simply jump into the tank set amidst the fields, Punjabiyat offers it all.

    Food is a serious matter in Punjabi culture and hence the food at the resort is emblematic of how Punjab welcomes you with its bounty. The halwai offers us a peep (& a taste) into his traditional gajar ka halwa, sarson ka saags & other traditional foods. IT is enough to have our tongues salivating for more.

    After lunch & a short siesta, we drive onwards to Amritsar the spiritual and cultural centre for the Sikh religion. Amritsar is also a culinary capital of Punjab - Right from the 'Guru ka langar' at the Golden Temple to the multiple eateries and 'dhabas' across the city, Amritsar is an abode for all food lovers.

    The evening of our arrival in Amritsar will be spent on a gastronomic tour of the city with culinary experiences across the most popular eating joints in Amritsar. This evening is all set for 'food hopping,' after which we will proceed for a night visit to the Golden Temple. The serenity of the evening and the calmness of the water, with the prayers at the background is a beautiful way to end your evening.

    Meal: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner 
    Overnight in Hyatt, Amritsar

  7. DAY 7 AMRITSAR LOCAL SIGHTSEEING & FLY OUT

    It's never easy to end a wonderful experience, and Day 7, the final day of our drive is certainly not going to be easy, as we say 'goodbye' to a journey of Discoveries & Explorations. This morning, we will have another visit to the Golden Temple (optional), where the morning sun soaked temple will transmit its radiance in a manner quite different from the night, but breathtaking nonetheless.

    A visit to Amritsar invariably includes two things, apart from visiting the Golden Temple—gorging on all the delicacies the city dishes up & shopping. The city is swarming with street-side vendors selling the freshest, hottest and richest versions of everything from a refreshing glass of lassi and sugary, sweet halwa, to buttery paranthas and spicy gravy. Our breakfast will comprise of some awesome parathas and thick sweet lassi. In Amritsar, one normally eats to our hearts fill & maybe more. But today, it helps because all the energy would be welcome for the next leg of our day - Shopping!

    Amritsar is a shopper's paradise, when it comes to traditional Punjabi wear & handicrafts, which cannot be bought from anywhere else. The teeming market lanes are glutted with shops selling exquisite 'durries''juttis''phulkaris''parandis''warian' and more, is a treat for every shopaholic. After checking out of our hotels, we will spend our time between breakfast and lunch, indulging in some serious shopping.

    Before we head towards the airport to take our flights out to our respective cities, we will the 'last one for the road' binge of the Amritsari food.

    Our cars will be ready to take us from here to the airport, where we end our 7 day drive and take back with us not just all the purchases, but rather, photographs of an unforgettable journey that will be etched in our minds for time to come.

    Meal: Breakfast and Lunch

  1. Day 1 Fort Nalagarh

    Nalagarh is a gateway to Himachal Pradesh in North India, located 60 kms from Chandigarh. The Fort was built in 1421 during the reign of Raja Bikram Chand & is located on a hillock at the foothills of the mighty Himalayas affording a panoramic view of the Shivalik hills beyond the Sirsa river. Nalagarh was ruled by the Chandela Rajputs who originated from Chanderi in the Bundelkhand region of central India and it is the capital of the kingdom of Hindur founded by Raja Ajai hand in 1100 A.D. The Fort offers modern luxury without taking away the heritage & grandness of a byegone era. Surrounded by endless acres of greenery, with all modern amenities, & away from the bustling city life.

  2. Day 2 Citrus County Farm Stay, Hoshiarpur

    A luxury stay at the farms, where we will experience the green and yellow fields of Punjab, that have been made famous by our very own Bollywood. Spread over 70 acres, the original name of Citrus Farms is Chhauni Farms (derived from the name of the village). Spread over 70 acres, it belongs to & is managed by Harkirat Ahluwalia & his wife Jasveen.

  3. Day 3 & 4 Norling House, Norbulinka Dharamsala

    Its located 4km from Jot Pass in the beautiful Himalayan Village of Talai (6800 Fts). Campsite is 11Km from Khajjiar and 34Km from Dalhousie. Campsite is based in the picturesque Himachal Village with traditional slate roofed farm houses and a small shrine set among terraced fields on the verdant hill sides. Campsite offers the spectacular views of the snow capped Pir Pangal mountain range and the beautiful Chamba Valley. The fresh mountain air is fragrant with the scent of Deodar and Chir Forest.

    The camp with its alpine tents and sleeping bags offer the pleasure of camping, with additional comfort, luxury and safety. All the facilities such as dining rooms and washrooms are available within the camp.

  4. Day 5 Camp Himachal, Chamba

    Norling House is surrounded by the lush gardens and flowing streams of the Norbulingka grounds. From the moment we step inside the gates of Norbulingka, one feels as if one is transported to a different world. Gurgling streams run through immaculately maintained Buddhist styled gardens, while birds of all different species can be seen flittering among the treetops. The architecture, built in traditional Tibetan style gives a feeling of returning to old Tibet. Each room is themed according to a different animal from Tibetan mythology and is a showcase of the work of Norbulingka artists, as all the furniture and original paintings were lovingly hand crafted and painted in Norbulingka workshops. It strives to offer guests all the modern comforts in a setting of traditional Tibetan charm.

  5. Day 6 Hyatt, Amritsar

    Hyatt Amritsar, a luxury hotel in Amritsar is located at a convenient distance of 4 kms from The Golden Temple and provides complimentary scheduled shuttle service to it, as per the prayer timings. Hyatt Amritsar welcomes business & leisure travelers to enjoy world class hospitality along with historical wonders the city has to offer. It is located minutes drive from main market Hall Bazar & Katra Jaimal Singh and several iconic local attractions like Jallianwala Bagh and Wagah Border. Rooms have a sleek contemporary design with the highest levels of comfort.

Day 2: Discover the real village life of Punjab

Included The Village Life of Punjab

Roam around the farm, interact with the locals and get exposed to their way of life. We will also visit the local dairy farm and those interested could join the locals in milking the cows. Explore the Hoshiarpur town. An evening of interactive cooking experience with the womenfolk in the farm, where traditional cooking recipes are shared. We conclude the day with an astrological session conducted by the famous Brighu Pandits, who are exponents of the 'Brighu Samhita' - an astrological classic attributed to Maharishi Bhrigu, written during the vedic period of Treta Yuga.

Day 3: Explore the Himalayas - Mini Switzerland to Awe Inspiring Starry Night

Included Explore Mini Switzerland & Fulfill your Interstellar dreams

Khajjiar, located 6500 ft. (2000 m) in the Dhauladhar ranges of the Western Himalayas, sits on a small plateau with a small stream-fed lake in the middle. It is surrounded by meadows and forests, with the peaks seen in the distance. Mr. Willy T. Blazer, Vice Counselor and Head of Chancery of Switzerland in India brought Khajjiar on the world tourism map by calling it "Mini Switzerland”. Khajjiar is among the 160 locations in the world that bear topographical resemblance with Switzerland. The counselor also took from Khajjiar a stone, which forms a part of a stone collage around the Swiss Parliament to remind the visitors of Khajjiar as the Mini Switzerland of India.

In a world where light pollution is actually a thing, it can be a challenge to find a place away from the city glow to explore the night sky. At our campsite witness the infinite beauty and the ineffable vastness of the cosmos that we share with the stars. Stargazing will be 'the experience' for tonight. It will transport you to a different world.

Day 4: Discover Little Lhasa

Included Tibetan artisans workshop

Try your hand at Tibetan arts, customized workshops on ancient Buddhist art forms of statue-making, thangka painting, thangka applique, as well as the decorative arts of woodcarving, wood painting, tailoring, and weaving. At the end of each workshop, you will have a beautiful product (or many!) to take home with you, which you yourself have created.

Post workshop, we visit to the Deden Tsuklagkhang temple. It is a magnificent example of Tibetan religious architecture, displaying some of the finest work done by Norbulingka artists, and the perfect place for prayer and reflection.

Optional Drive to McLeodgunj

The same evening, for those interested, we can drive down to McLeodgunj, which is a 30 minutes drive in the suburbs. It is known as 'Little Lhasa' because of its large population of Tibetans. The Tibetan government-in-exile is headquartered in McLeod Ganj. The most important Buddhist site in the town is Tsuglag Khang - the Dalai Lama's temple.

Day 5: Discover Own self

Included Meditation, Yoga session, Gyuto Monastery, finest rock cut Temple of Masroor & Hot spring

We begin the day with an early morning meditation session, for those inclined to it. In Dharamsala, which is in itself a spiritual Yoga center for healing of the soul, mind exercises are taught as a practice, to achieve a balance between the mind, body, spirit and the human heart. It is believed, that a person can make better choices by developing a more focused mind, clarity of vision, and higher self esteem related to 'Human dignity' through this ancient art of higher wisdom. Vedic meditation, ancient Tibetan art of self-realization, and Ayurveda, are some of the options to choose from.

Visit to Gyuto Monastery. The Gyuto Monastery is one of the most famous monasteries in Tibet and specializes in the study of tantric meditation, tantric ritual arts and buddhist philosophy. The main disciple of the first Dalai Lama, Jetsun Kunga Dhondup, founded Gyuto Monastery in 1474 in eastern Tibet. Here, we will interact with the monks and spend some time understanding these ancient arts.

Located about an hour's drive from Dharamsala, we drive through the Kangra district to visit Masroor and the Tatwani hot springs.

The ancient and unique rock-cut temples at Masroor. One of only four of its kind in all of India, this monolithic temple complex was carved completely from freestanding boulders. Although it is not known exactly when this temple was built, art historians believe it was erected between the 6th and 8th centuries. The many carvings and towers found throughout Masroor are a testament to the skill of the craftsmen at the time; chiseling a temple from a freestanding boulder is very difficult because the rock has its own composition, forcing the sculptor to improvise in order to accommodate the limitations of the material. Chiseled into the walls are various carvings of Hindu and Buddhist deities, and the large pool in front of the temple provides a stunning, crystal clear reflection of the entire complex. The main shrine contains idols of the Hindu deities Rama, his wife Sita, and brother Lakshmana. Locals strongly believe that the Pandavas, the great warrior cousins of Lord Krishna, who are featured prominently in the epic poem, the Mahabharata, built the temple. One can climb to the top of the temple, up steps worn smooth by centuries of footprints, and at the top catch a breath-taking view of the snow-peaked Dhauladar Range.

From Masroor, we drive for 30 min. through the lush green fields and villages of the Kangra Valley to the Tatwani Hot Springs, a well-kept local secret. The hot spring is enclosed within a quaint temple where perfectly temperate water flows into a small pool from the mouth of a lion carved from stone. Tatwani is a peaceful place of rustic beauty that will surely refresh your spirit. The warm water is rich with soothing minerals, believed to heal many ailments from aching muscles, to poor blood circulation, and even arthritis.

Day 6: Essence of Punjab

Included Punjabiyat, Food hopping on the streets of Punjab, Golden Temple

Our halt here is a farm resort Punjabiyat, Gurdaspur. If we close our eyes & imagine vast acres of golden wheat & mustard fields with criss crossing canals, we have imagined Punjabiyat. It is located at Gurdaspur & it's only an hour drive from Amritsar. But once we reach the farm, one tends to think that we are a million miles away in splendid isolation, out of sight of any roads or houses. Lush green fields as far as eyes can see, glittering in the sun and merging into the distant horizon

Aptly named, Punjabiyat celebrates the essence of Punjab - the zest and effervescence of the Punjabi culture & its large heartedness. The place offers an opportunity to experience life on a live farm ensconced within the rustic smell of the country. One can drive a tractor, sit on a charpoy & have tea or simply jump into the tank set amidst the fields, Punjabiyat offers it all.

Food is a serious matter in Punjabi culture and hence the food at the resort is emblematic of how Punjab welcomes you with its bounty. The halwai offers us a peep (& a taste) into his traditional gajar ka halwa, sarson ka saags & other traditional foods. IT is enough to have our tongues salivating for more.

Golden Temple; The Harmandir Sahib (commonly known as the Golden Temple) is located here. Amritsar gets its name from 'Ámrit Sarovar'- the lake that surrounds the Harmandir Saheb. The city also houses the Akal Takht, the highest seat of earthly authority of the Khalsa, and the committee responsible for the upkeep of Gurdwaras. It beckons travellers from all over the world in search of healing and happiness, a voice in the wind to tell them that everything will be fine.

Amritsar is also a culinary capital of Punjab (prior to partition, Amritsar & Lahore were the twin cities that were known for its cuisine). Right from the 'Guru ka langar' at the Golden Temple to the multiple eateries and 'dhabas' across the city, Amritsar is an abode for all food lovers.

The evening of our arrival in Amritsar will be spent on a gastronomic tour of the city with culinary experiences across the most popular eating joints in Amritsar. This evening is all set for 'food hopping', after which we will proceed for a night visit to the Golden Temple. The serenity of the evening and the calmness of the water, with the prayers at the background is a beautiful way to end your evening.

Day 7: End to the Trip but Beginning of new Outlook

Included Shopping & some more food tasting

Its never easy to end a wonderful experience, and Day 7, the final day of our drive is certainly not going to be easy, as we say 'goodbye' to a journey of Discoveries & Celebrations.

A visit to Amritsar invariably includes two things, apart from visiting the Golden Temple—gorging on all the delicacies the city dishes up & shopping. The city is swarming with street-side vendors selling the freshest, hottest and richest versions of everything from a refreshing glass of lassi and sugary, sweet halwa, to buttery paranthas and spicy gravy. Our breakfast will comprise of some awesome parathas and thick sweet lassi. In Amritsar, one normally eat to our hearts fill& maybe more. But today, it helps because all the energy would be welcome for the next leg of our day - Shopping!

Amritsar is a shopper's paradise, when it comes to traditional Punjabi wear & handicrafts, which cannot be bought from anywhere else. The teeming market lanes are glutted with shops selling exquisite 'durries''juttis''phulkaris''parandis''warian' and more, is a treat for every shopaholic. What's more, the small shops put up near the Golden Temple are chockablock with lovely keepsakes and religious paraphernalia that are an absolute must-buy item here.

We will have the 'last one for the road' binge of the Amritsari food.

SKU Product Details Price  
DTD-2G
COST PER HEAD BASED ON  :
1.2 adults to a car
2.Rooms on a twin share basis at all locations
3.Renault Dusters/ Honda BRV/ Nissan Terranos provided by agency.
95,000.00/-*
DTD-1G
COST PER HEAD BASED ON :

1.1 adult to a car
2.Rooms on a Single Occupancy basis at all locations
3.Renault Dusters/ Honda BRV/ Nissan Terranos provided by agency.

130,000.00/-*
* The above costs are exclusive of government mandated taxes.

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