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I am Gurinder Johal( Social Worker and a guide), working as a guide in Amritsar since 2004. The City which was established by the 4th Guru of the Sikhs is a symbol of the brotherhood, History, Culture and Heritage of Punjab. Come & explore the...more
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Town Hall | In Front of Brother s Dhaba, Amritsar 143001, India
All reviews walk takes hidden temples walking tour golden temple great guide sikh culture behind the scenes rich history closing ceremony wagah border jallianwala bagh information architecture knowledge parts gurvinder sites
The walk shows a few heritage sites of Amritsar but the route needs more cleanliness. Sites are actually more of a cosmetic attraction than of some real historical value except one or two sites
Date of experience: January 2019
Gurinder s, guide at Amritsar Heritage Walk, responded to this reviewResponded 4 weeks ago
Actually you saw the heritage square which is face lifted by the government, real heritage walk takes you in to the narrow lanes where you saw many old buildings with great workmanship , any way thank you very much
Worth visiting golden temple,akaltakth,jalainwalabagh,wagah border.A must visit and you need 2 days to explore Amritsar.you must drink laddu and kulfi which is very tasty and no where else you get this taste.
We opted hotel grand hridayam which is only 1.5 km from golden temple....More
Date of experience: December 2018
Gurinder s, Guide at Amritsar Heritage Walk, responded to this reviewResponded 13 December 2018
You did not write any thing about heritage walk and your experience this listing is for heritage walk not for other places It seems you want to promote the hotel, this not good
Interesting tour with an informative, fun guide. The Golden Temple was simply stunning and the Wagah Border closing ceremony was pure theatre. Gurinder was a great guide and host throughout the day. Can thoroughly recommend this company.
Date of experience: October 2018
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Gurinder s, Guide at Amritsar Heritage Walk, responded to this reviewResponded 13 October 2018
Interesting tour that took us through the labyrinth of streets to many hidden gems from temples to ancient fort walls--even the oldest tree in Amritsar. Our guide Gurvinder Kaur is very knowledgeable, speaks excellent English and answers all questions.
Date of experience: September 2018
Gurinderz, Guide at Amritsar Heritage Walk, responded to this reviewResponded 3 October 2018
Thank coming for Heritage walk , and visit us again
It is wow! The whole arena is white-light brown with ban to four wheeler. All shops are of same color tinge, be it McDonalds or Dominos. The road is rock solid and of same color tinge. It is studded with big, proud and happy sculptures....More
Date of experience: September 2018
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Gurinderz, guide at Amritsar Heritage Walk, responded to this reviewResponded 12 September 2018
The duration is more or less up to you. You can decide to catch prayer within the golden temple itself which will take longer. You can also have a meal, up to you. Though I can recommend it, it gives a great cultural peek... More
The duration is more or less up to you. You can decide to catch prayer within the golden temple itself which will take longer. You can also have a meal, up to you. Though I can recommend it, it gives a great cultural peek. Davinder is pretty flexible, just take it up with him. I'VE visited it with and without him, but his stories truly are mesmerising.
Hi Drishti we communicated with him via email although all his contact details are on his website - Tripadvisor not letting me enter the URL here but if you google "Davinder Singh's Amritsar Heritage Walk" his site is the... More
Hi Drishti we communicated with him via email although all his contact details are on his website - Tripadvisor not letting me enter the URL here but if you google "Davinder Singh's Amritsar Heritage Walk" his site is the second link down.
We went for a really early morning walk (around 7am I think) which both fit into our schedule but was also the best time to walk the city while it wasn't too hot, and we could stop for breakfast. My recommendation would definitely to do it as early as possible - I don't actually know what the latest he can do tours is though.
He's super friendly and incredibly knowledgable, I cannot recommend the walk enough.