Fare Details
Base Fare
Included
GST (5% On Base Fare)
Not Included
State, Toll Tax
Included
Included KMs
508 KM
Vehicle & Fuel Charges
Included
One Pickup & One Drop
Included

Other Charges
Parking & Airport Entry
If Applicable
Waiting Charge
2/min
Night Charge (11 PM to 6 AM)
250/Day
Extra Pickup/ Drop
99
Extra KMs Charges
AHA Economy
10/KM
AHA Comfort
10/KM
AHA Premium
14/KM
Gurgaon Amritsar
One Way | 2019-08-19 | 508 Kms | {{timeCheckFunction()}}
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AHA Economy
Indica / WagonR or Similar

AC | 4 seater | 2 Bags

₹ 5172 ₹ 5472

Base Fare
(include Toll, State Tax)

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AHA Comfort
Etios / Dzire or Similar

AC | 4 seater | 3 Bags

₹ 5172 ₹ 5472

Base Fare
(include Toll, State Tax)

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AHA Premium
Xylo / Ertiga or Similar

AC | 6 seater | 6 Bags | Carrier

₹ 7571 ₹ 7871

Base Fare
(include Toll, State Tax)

Book Gurgaon to Amritsar Cab

Now you can book car online for oneway and round trip from Gurgaon to Amritsar at low prices, offered by the best outstation taxi services between Gurgaon and Amritsar. By offering one way outstation car rentals, AHA Taxis has made traveling in outstation taxi even cheaper than going by train or bus. You may opt for pickup and drop from your home address, office address, Gurgaon airport, Amritsar railway station, Gurgaon bus stand or any other preferred location. Approximate Distance between Gurgaon to Amritsar by Taxi is 508 KM. To book your intercity cab for one way outstation or for return trip, click on book now above.

About Gurgaon

Gurgaon is a leading financial and industrial city of India. It is believed that this land was owned by the legendary rulers Pandavas and Kauravas, who presented it to Guru Dronacharaya, their royal guru for warfare, as an appreciation of his training. The land came to be known as Guru Gram, which literally translated means "Village of the Guru", which in due course of time got distorted to the name Gurgaon.

About Amritsar

Amritsar is one of the most famous tourist city in North India, famous for Golden Temple (religious place of worship for Sikhs), Jallianwala Bagh (where thousands of Indians were killed brutally by British forces before independence) and Wagah Border (India Pakistan army retreat takes place in evening time). Amritsar is also famous for its love for food, and offers dishes like Amritsari Kulche (bread), chhole, soya chaap, lassi and many more delicacies.