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Aurangabad Heritage Tour - Tour
Aurangabad Heritage Tour
₹ 6,750
2 Days
Available on request
Dadar, Maharashtra
Aurangabad Heritage Tour
₹ 6,750
Aurangabad Heritage Tour    Aurangabad has left umpteen remanants of the Mughals and Marathas, this destination has witnessed the fights as well as the lucrative artworks by the artisans. During the medieval period, this destination has lived up to the glory producing fierce looking strategically built forts and spellbound cave paintings. Famous for himroo silk factories and Paithani sarees, Aurangabad deserves a visit. Trikon is all set to explore the historic remains in a much more interesting way with stories to narrate and memories to cherish forever. You would love tripping across this ancient city that has its own charm. Above dates not possible? Contact us & we promise to customize above itinerary as per your convenience. Call now on 9820022466 or drop an email on mailtrikon@gmail.com read more read less
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Lonar Crater Trip - Tour
Lonar Crater Trip
₹ 4,199
2 Days
Available on request
Fort, Maharashtra
Lonar Crater Trip
₹ 4,199
  Lonar Crater : It may look like an ordinary oval-shaped lake surrounded by hills but it’s a lot more than just a pretty scenery. Legend has it that this lake was a result of a meteor impact on Earth, the timing of which is estimated to be over 50,000 years ago according to geological studies. (That’s way more time than what you’d have to wait for the entire Game of Thrones series to download in full HD!) About Lonar Crater The Lonar crater was formed by the impact of a mere chip of the moon that weighed more than a million ton! The water in this lake is both saline as well as alkaline in nature. This “bowl of biodiversity” attracts many ecologists, geologists, astronomers and curious laymen alike. Discovered not more than 57 years before the neighbouring world famous Ajanta caves, the Lonar also contains traces of moon minerals. It is the youngest and best preserved impact crater formed in the Deccan Plateau’s tough basalt rock, the only of its kind on earth. A number of migratory birds can be seen around even though the lake does not support any marine life like fish etc. The winged creatures feed on a unique kind of green algae found there. Apart from that, species like parakeet and peafowl can be commonly seen. The temples in the lake’s vicinity have their own stories to tell. The Daityasudan Temple, that was built to worship Lord Vishnu, looks like a replica of the Konark Sun Temple albeit without the chariot wheels. A Hanuman Temple near the lake has an idol apparently made out of the meteor rock having magnetic properties. With so many things to discover, this trip surely offers a 360 degree learning experience. Date : 30th November - 01st December 2019 read more read less
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Amritsar Backpacking Tour - Tour
Amritsar Backpacking Tour
₹ 4,999
2 Nights 3 Days
Available on request
Amritsar, Punjab
Amritsar Backpacking Tour
₹ 4,999
Amritsar Backpacking Tour Wahey Guruji Da Khalsa Wahey Guruji Di Fateh!! Amritsar is not just a city in Punjab it’s a feeling. One of the largest cities in Punjab, Amritsar boasts a spectrum of spirituality, peace and patriotism. Be it the local delicious food or the crowded markets, every Indian would feel proud to be at this city and experience the magical blend of culture and spirituality. Trikon is all set to utilize the Holi long weekend and visit the land of Hariyali and five rivers. Yes, you are right we are visiting Punjab for the very first time and exploring Amritsar. Places to Visit & Importance Sri Harmandir Sahib, popularly known as Golden temple Known as one of the holiest Gurdwara in India, Golden temple welcomes each and all with open arms. With no caste differentiation, it stands as a symbol of human brotherhood and equality. The Golden Temple Amritsar India (Sri Harmandir Sahib Amritsar) has a unique Sikh architecture. Watching the enlightened golden temple at night is a spectacular experience. Jallianwala Baug Massacre The bloodshed of over 1,000 peaceful protestors by the British Army in a walled public garden in Amritsar in 1919. There has built a memorial in the memory of peaceful people which has been marked as a national significant place. Due to open blind firing done under the command of the then senior British military officer Reginald Edward Harry Dyer, the massacre took place, killing thousands of innocent citizens including women and kids. You can read about the history and pay homage the soul and salute the martyrs. Wagah Border The border crossing draws its name from Wagah, near which the Radcliffe Line, the boundary demarcation line dividing India and Pakistan upon the Partition of British India, was drawn. At the time of independence in 1947, migrants from India entered Pakistan through this border crossing. The place is quite popular for the daily parade marsh and flag show, two hours before sunset. Many travellers gather at the Wagah border to witness this show, truly a patriotic feeling. Indulgence If time permits we shall roam around the food streets and enjoy time exploring the local markets. We shall stay at a popular backpacker’s hostel near Golden temple, to get the backpacking wala feel and connect with backpackers all round the world.     read more read less
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