Ganda Singh Wala is basically a village in Kasur, Punjab, Pakistan named after Ganda Singh Dutt, lying on the border between India and Pakistan. In 1960s and 1970s, this border was the major crossing between both the countries but was replaced later by Wagah. The border is although smaller than Wagah but the parade carried out there is equally energizing, evoking the spirit of nationalism and unity. The shrine of the famous Sufi poet, humanist and philosopher Bulleh Shah is also situated in Kasur district, depicting Islamic architecture and the rich culture of "Pirs and Murshids". Millions of people visit the shrine of Baba Bulleh Shah as it is one of the top attractions in Kasur. Minimum 10 people are required to book this trip.
- Booked Air Conditioned Transport
- Food as per plan above
- Services of a guide
- All kind of tolls and taxes
- Personal insurances of clients
- Medication, evacuation and rescue etc.
- Beverages & phone calls or other expenses of personal nature
- Any item not mentioned above