£ 1450 Only
*Per Person
7 Nights / 8 Days

A luxury VIP Yatra to fulfill your dreams of Sikh heritage.

Dates - Saturday 15th Feb 2020 to Sunday 23rd Feb 2020.

Traveling from Birmingham to Islamabad and back.

This Yatra is open for ALL ages of ALL walks.

Day 1
Gurdwara Sahib Ji JANAM ASTHAN Nankana Sahib is a holy place where the founder of Sikh religion, the dispeller of darkness, the most enlightened global Guru, Guru Nanak Dev ji was born early in the morning to Mata Tripta Ji and Mehta Kalu Ji on 15th April, 1469 (Baisakh sudi 3, Samwat 1526). Bhai Gurdas in his Var (Var 1/27) has equated this event with the sun that lights up the earth after a dark night Day Subject to Change
Day 2
Gurdwara Sahib Ji TAMBU SAHIB A wild tree stands at this place. It is so old that its long branches touch the ground. It is a bit high at the centre. According to a Sikh legend, Guru Nanak rested for a while at this place, after returning from Chuharakana, performing the true business. The Guru had fed the hungry Sadhus with a sum of Rs. 20 /- obtained from his father. On knowing this, Mehta kalu first felt annoyed with his son and afterwards brought him home. On admonishing the son, the father recieved a reply that he had spent his money in the true business. On hearing of this incident, Rai Bular pleaded before Mehta Kalu by saying "Patwari Ji ! lest you chide the boy, let me make it clear to you that the whole city is blessed by his grace and presence". This Shrine is situated at a distance of one kilometre from Gurdwara Janam Asthan. Pilgrims feel it their proud privilege to pay their homage. During the tour this will be one of the Gurdwara that you will visit. Day Subject to Change
Day 3
Gurdwara Sahib Ji MALL JI SAHIB This holy place is associated with the childhood activities of Guru Nanak Dev ji. One day while grazing the cattle, the Guru was taking rest under a shady tree. He went into trance. When the shadows were falling down, his divinely face happened to be covered with the sunshine. A big cobra spread its hood on the very face of the Guru for relieving him from the scorching heat. Rai Bular, the hakam of Talwandi saw this from a far off place. He got the impression that the child Guru Nanak was bitten by the snake. On approaching the the place, where the Guru Nanak was lying, the snake snailed to its pit. During the tour this will be one of the Gurdwara that you will visit. Day Subject to Change
Day 4
Gurdwara Sahib Ji GURU ARJUN DEV JI and GURU HARGOBIND SAHIB JI Both of these historical shrines are situated near Tambo Sahib on the road leading towards Janamasthan Nankana Sahib. The shrine of Sat Gur Arjun Dev Ji is without a dome whereas the sacred shrine of the Patshah of meeri peeri Guru Hargobind has been built with dome and both the shrines have a common boundary wall. The sixth Patshah came to visit Nankana Sahib in the month of Har Samvat 1670 (1613 AD) while returning from Kashmir. The Guru's disciples established this Gur Mela at the site where he had stayed, 13 ghumaon of land is said to be endowed to the Gurdham. The tree under which Guru Dev Ji stayed, has withered away. A piece of that tree has been preserved in a glass case and placed inside the dome of the shrine of the 6th Guru so that the visiting Sangats may see it. Here too Prakash does not take place, only the buildings stand which the yatrees visit and get solace. During the tour this will be one of the Gurdwara that you will visit. Day Subject to Change
Day 5
Gurdwara Darbar Sahib Kartarpur. Also called Kartarpur Sahib, is a Gurdwara in Kartarpur, located in Shakargarh, Narowal District, in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is built on the historic site where the founder of Sikhism, Guru Nanak, settled and assembled the Sikh community after his missionary travels Udasis to Haridwar, Mecca-Medina, Lanka, Baghdad, Kashmir, Nepal and lived for 18 years until their death in 1539.
Day 6
Over the 8 days you will be visiting the following; Darbar Kartarpur Sahib, Gurdwara Panja Sahib, Gurdwara Nankana Sahib & Other 07 Gurdwaras, Gurdwara Sacha Soda, Gurdwara Dera Sahib, Mataan Kolaan, Janam Asthaan Guru Ram Das Ji, Gurdwara Rori Sahib, Chakki Sahib, Lalo Di Khoi, Sight Seeing Maharaja Ranjeet Singh's Museum and the Lahore Fort - Day for the visits will be subject to change.
Day 7
Gurdwara Panja Sahib Is a famous gurdwara located in Hasan Abdal, Pakistan. The shrine is considered to be particularly important as the handprint of the founder of Sikhism, Guru Nanak, is believed to be imprinted on a boulder at the gurdwara. Guru Nanak along with Bhai Mardana reached Hasan Abdal in Baisakh Samwat 1578 B.K., corresponding to the summer of 1521 CE, when according to Sikh legend, Guru Nanak's handprint was imprinted onto a boulder. The Gurdwara was named Panja Sahib by Hari Singh Nalwa, the most famous general of the Sikh Empire. He is credited with having built the first gurdwara at the site
Day 8
Return Back to the UK Feed Back from yourself.

Price Includes:

  • Trip Package Includes  

    • Return International Flights from Birmingham  

    • Visa 

    • Entry Passes – Kartarpur Gurdwara, Museum and Fort 

    • Luxury Air-Conditioned Coaches  

    • 4* Luxury Hotel Stay  

    • Punjabi Speaking Guide provided throughout the trip   

    • Full Board (All the meals included – vegetarian only)   

Price Excludes:

  • Any room service.

    Any additional drinks order separate from set menu.

    Any charges occurred at service station stops

    Personal Travel Insurance

Cancellation Advance:

  • Less than 4 weeks - 50% Fees chargeable

Cancellation penality:

  • 2 weeks before 100%
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