+91-96-1112-9338 contact@traveljaunts.in

Login

Sign Up

After creating an account, you'll be able to track your payment status, track the confirmation and you can also rate the tour after you finished the tour.
Username*
Password*
Confirm Password*
First Name*
Last Name*
Email*
Phone*
Country*
* Creating an account means you're okay with our Terms of Service and Privacy Statement.

Already a member?

Login
+91-96-1112-9338 contact@traveljaunts.in

Login

Sign Up

After creating an account, you'll be able to track your payment status, track the confirmation and you can also rate the tour after you finished the tour.
Username*
Password*
Confirm Password*
First Name*
Last Name*
Email*
Phone*
Country*
* Creating an account means you're okay with our Terms of Service and Privacy Statement.

Already a member?

Login

Delhi to Amritsar – Authentic North Indian Culinary Road

0
Price
FromINR 39,999
Price
FromINR 39,999
Full Name*
Email Address*
Travel Date*
No of Travellers*
Your Enquiry*
Save To Wish List

Adding item to wishlist requires an account

592

Why Book With Us?

  • No-hassle best price guarantee
  • Customer care available 24/7
  • Hand-picked Tours & Activities
  • Free Travel Insureance

Got a Question?

Do not hesitage to give us a call. We are an expert team and we are happy to talk to you.

+91-96-1112-9338

contact@traveljaunts.in

Amritsar
Delhi
Min Age : 18+
Tour Details

Delhi is the capital of the Indian subcontinent for many reasons, one of the main reasons being the food culture and diversity. Delhvi Cuisine has fan followings throughout the world. The Delhvi cuisine has influences from the Northern part of the country, mainly, but one would find its roots in other parts of the country as well! The food in this city borrows some of its charm from almost all parts of the country.

From Chole Bature which is a staple in Punjab, to Rolls from West Bengal, to the authentic  dishes from the South including Dosas and Idlis. Delhi is extremely famous for their chaats and the Mughlai cuisine which have been running through the bloods of Delhi households ever since the Delhi Sultanate days.

Delhi food is quite spicy and tangy, but that doesn’t mean that they don’t have sweet dishes at all! From Barfis to sinful Gulab Jamuns, Firnis, or the refreshing lassis, the list can go on for pages. There are road side shops to soothe the tangy side of the tongue, there are age old restaurants which attract locals for their high-quality Mughlai food, they have shops in every nook and corner. Being the capital city, there are a large number of posh and modern-day restaurants which have been springing up in leaps and bounds over the past few decades.

There are road side shops to soothe the tangy side of the tongue, there are age old restaurants which attract locals for their high-quality Mughlai food, they have shops in every nook and corner. Being the capital city, there are a large number of posh and modern-day restaurants which have been springing up in leaps and bounds over the past few decades.

To quote Executive Sous-Chef of Delhi Pavilion, Chef Kusha Mathur from an interview “There are marked differences in Delhi’s non-vegetarian spread. Delhi’s Nihari, for instance, is more reddish-orange as compared to Awadh’s lighter and slightly yellower variant. So, the difference persisted and evolved over the years and became unique to Delhi.” True that the Delhiites love their non vegetarian dishes a tad bit more than their vegetarian dishes, there are a lot of elite vegetarian families in Delhi as well. So, at no point shall one live under the false impression that there is a dearth of vegetarian food in Delhi.

Once in Delhi, you’ll be tempted to come back again and again solely for their rich food culture.

Departure & Return Location

Pick Up: Indira Gandhi International Airport, Delhi

Drop: Sri Guru Ram Dass Jee International Airport, Amritsar

Departure Time

3 Hours Before Flight Time

Price Includes

  • Accommodation with breakfast
  • All transportations in destination location
  • Airport transfers
  • Meals as per the itinerary
  • Sightseeing and excursions as per the itinerary

Price Excludes

  • Airfares
  • Any expenses of personal nature / room service fee / tips
  • Visa
  • GST if applicable
  • Cost of excursions, entrance fees, and guides availed by passengers other than those mentioned under tour inclusions

Things to carry

  • Comfortable clothing and shoes suitable for the destination
  • Sunscreen / sunglasses / umbrella
  • Hats / caps/ comfortable shoes
  • Identity documents and other travel documents (visa, if applicable)
  • Medication and first aid along with the prescription

For more details refer to Travel Planning Guide

What to Expect

The capital city is home to some of the masterpieces of Medieval architecture. The ancient retrospects blend seamlessly with the modern aspects of this Union Territory. It is not only an abode of fine monuments but also a site of delectable preparations.

So, if you want to witness the remains of the historic times, if you want to experience food belonging to different parts of the world in one region, Delhi must be the place for you!

Be prepared to have the best experience of your life!

Hope to meet you soon!

  • Humayun's Tomb
  • Mughal style Mosque- Jama Masjid
  • Official Residence of the President- Rashtrapati Bhawan
  • Chandni Chowk- to satisfy the shopping frenzy
  • Amritsar Marvels
Itinerary

Day 1Arrival in Delhi

Your flight lands at Delhi’s International Airport and then you will be picked from the airport and transferred to your hotel in Delhi. the rest of the day can be spent at your leisure.

(Overnight at Delhi)

Day 2Delhi sightseeing

After breakfast today, start your exploration with a historic tour of the Old Delhi through the crowded streets of the 300 year old wholesale market that sells an variety of items. Experience the timeless haveli of Mirza Ghalib which stands to be converted into a museum which boasts of his works which are still relevant. It will surely leave an impact on young lovers. Let your senses get the rollercoaster ride of different dishes being cooked on the sides of narrow lane, which will leave you in a hypnotic state. Next visit the Jama Masjid, Rajghat and Mahatma Gandhi’s memorial.

After lunch visit the Rashtrapati Bhavan and the Humayun’s Tomb, the UNESCO World Heritage Site.

(Overnight at Delhi)

Day 3Delhi Sightseeing

Once you have finished with Old Delhi, you will drive toward New Delhi/ Central Delhi for more street food locations like Barakhamba Road, Connaught Place, Bengali Market, and Mandi House. Treat your taste buds with chaats, kebabs and milkshakes and if time allows, explore India Gate, Jan Path, Raj Path followed by a visit to Bangla Sahib Gurudwara well-known for its forgiving and kind charitable kitchen serving free food. Now it’s time to have your final meal of the day which could be a choice of vegetarian or non-vegetarian (such as meat curries, paneer, roti, naan frompair of famous eating joints). In this way your food feast ends with paan.

(Overnight at Delhi)

Day 4Delhi - Amritsar

After breakfast today we will leave for Amritsar. It is a long journey (7 hours). On our journey we will stop at some well known places for devouring some delicious food. Our first stop is Murthal, which is some 60 kms away from Delhi and the village is lined up with several amazing dhabas serving the famous Murthal Ke Parathe. Our next stop will be at Ambala, where you can try the mutton curry at Puran Singh Ka Mashoor Vishal Dhaba. Next stop at Ludhiana for some amazing dal makhni and kadai paneer. Once you reach Amritsar check into your hotel and take some rest.

(Overnight at Amritsar)

Day 5Amritsar Sightseeing

After reaching the hotel, we would have Amritsari breakfast there and leave for a splendid sight seeing spree. The first place which we’ll visit is the holiest shrines in Amritsar, namely the “Golden Temple”. The Sikh shrine has four entrances in all four directions. The art and architecture of this open for all Gurudwara is fascinating and transports one to the rich historical rendition of modern-day India! The place has a sanctum, shimmering in the water of the holy tank, breathtakingly beautiful marble walkways and pavements.
After a religious visit we would head to Gobindgarh Fort. It is a historic fort, a massive limestone and brick structure enclosed by iron-studded gates (even though it’s in shambles now). We’ll do the following things there: watch Sher-E-Punjab- 7D show based on the life of Maharaja Ranjit Singh, visit Toshakhana, a coin museum which once shielded the coveted Kohinoor diamond! We would also visit the Bungalow–Ancient Warfare Museum. Last but not the least we would feast our cultural side by enjoying the Spirit of Punjab- which stages live performances of various dance and musical instruments.
We would then indulge in the food served by Ambarsari Zaika. It’s a Punjabi Dhaba and offers old school favourites including Daal Makhani, Paneer, Mixed Vegetables, Punjabi Thalis as well as Chinese items.
Post lunch we would visit Haat Bazaar- which is place for traditional clothing and footwear including: phulkari’s, juttis, etc. The next destination would be Sadda Pind – a model village setup to experience rural Punjabi life- with mud houses and people engaged in their daily lifestyles. We would experience first-hand and partake in activities including flour grinding, spinning yarn, local pottery or even carpentry. If we’re lucky we might as well witness ceremonies associated with a traditional wedding, while children might get mesmerized by puppet shows. Get absorbed in the energetic local song and dance show, imbibing the rural Punjabi feel.
After the fun filled day, we would end our first day trip of Amritsar with an authentic Punjabi meal from Bharawan Da Dhaba which is famous across Amritsar for the superior quality food items on their menu. We’ll order the Deluxe Thali which is very mouth watering and is a favourite of the locals.

(Overnight at Amritsar)

Day 6Amritsar Sightseeing

Today we will start our day with the visionary delight of the piping hot Kulchas at Khalsa Punjabi Rasoi. Next stop for the amazing Kesar lassi with malai on top at the Ahuja Milk Bhandar.

After the sumptuous meal dip your soul into the past visit the Jallianwala Bagh Memorial where you will still find the bullet holes of the massacre that happened pre-indepence period. From here visit the Partition Museum.

Have your lunch at the Kesar Da Dhaba. Share a Thali which is quite enough for two and end the meal with a Phirni.

From here head straight to Wagah Border and enjoty the Flag ceremony which starts 45 minutes before sunset and ends at sunset, but reach there well before so that you can book your seats as it gets quite packed.

For the evening snacks go to Beera Chicken House and have the grilled chicken. Next head to Sukram Fruit Ice-cream and juice bar. Have the famous frozen fruit ice-cream.

(Overnight at Amritsar)

Day 7Departure

After breakfast today we will leave for the airport for catching our flight back home.

Map
Photos