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Overview

Being a beautiful city, Varanasi is thronged by various sightseers consistently. This blessed city of India is otherwise called one of the mainstream vacationer goals that lift tourism in India.

The city offers profound edification and mental peace. The city is popular for its rich culture that is carried on since hundreds of years and took after by ages. Get a radical new inclination and extreme visiting background by taking an entire day outing to Varanasi.

Highlights of Tour :

  • Visit Dhamek Stupa, Chaukhandi Stupa and Mulagadha Kuti Vihar in Sarnath
  • Enjoy the grand Aarti Ceremony at River Bank
  • Enjoy the Boat Ride at holy river Ganga
  • Take a walk in the street of Varanasi
  • Explore the temples of Varanasi

Tour Itinerary

Day 01 : Varanasi – Sightseeing Temple – Sarnathvaranasi-travel-packages

You will get a warm welcome from our official at the Airport or Railway Station, who will accompany you to the hotel, booked for you. You will get all your tour related papers and a short description about the tour from him.

You will move towards Sarnath post lunch to get the glimpses of Buddhist monuments and edifices covering Dhamek Stupa, Chaukhandi Stupa, Sarnath Museum and Mulagadha Kuti Vihar.

In the evening, witness the major attraction of Varanasi – The grand Aarti ceremony performed by several priests on the banks of River Ganges. You will get to hear the majestic blended sound of Sanskrit mantras, drums, bells and cymbals. Stay overnight at Hotel.

Day 02 : Boat across the Ganges – Street of Varanasi varanasi-tour

In the early morning, enjoy boat ride across the river Ganges. Visit the numerous temples alongside river Ganga and get a closer view of Hinduism being in Varanasi. Observe the daily life of the natives.

Take a walk in the narrow street of Varanasi (Old Varanasi). Also visit Kashi Vishwanath temple (or Golden Temple).

After enjoying your trip, our executive will accompany you to the airport from where you will board your flight for onward journey.
Note: People of other religion are restricted to enter the temple, only Hindus can enter.