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Pilgrimage:Top Attractions

<h4>Durga Temple, Varanasi </h4>

Durga Temple, Varanasi

Durga Temple, also known as Durga Kund Mandir is one of the famous temples in the city of Varanasi, in the state of Uttar Pradesh, India. Constructed in the 18th century by a Bengali Maharani in honour of Maa Durga, it is believed that the image of the deity appeared on its own within the temple, as a result the temple is highly revered by the devotees. The temple features North Indian Nagara architectural style, and painted in red using ochre. The interiors of the temple boasts elaborate carvings & engravings of stones. The Durga Pond located next to the temple is a prime site within the temple complex.

<h4>Ramanathswamy Temple, Rameshwaram </h4>

Ramanathswamy Temple, Rameshwaram

Ramanathaswamy Temple, a sacred and ancient Hindu temple dedicated to god Shiva located, is one of the most sacred temples on Rameswaram island in the state of Tamil Nadu, India. The Sacred temple is one of the 12 Jyothirlinga temples, where Shiva is worshipped in the form of a Jyotirlingam. It is the most visited holy sites where devotees from across the country come to worship Lord Shiva. Architectural view of the temple is wonderful and will surprise you. Surrounding areas of the temple is filled with divinity. Sea Side also keeps people busy here.

<h4> Meenakshi Amman Temple Madurai </h4>

Meenakshi Amman Temple Madurai

Meenakshi Amman Temple, a historic Hindu Temple, is located on the southern bank of the Vaigai River in the Temple City of Madurai, state of Tamil Nadu. It is by far the most visited temples in India where devotees father in the number of thousands every day to worship Goddess Meenakshi or Parvati – the wife of Lord Shiva and Aadi Shakti. It is also one of the highest temples in the country with 50-60 meter height. Worshiping here is counted as rich as people found their wishes to be fulfilled here. If you are travelling here, don’t miss the chance of exploring Meenakshi Temple of Madurai.

<h4>Sri Padhmanbhaswamy Temple in Trivandrum </h4>

Sri Padhmanbhaswamy Temple in Trivandrum

Padmanabhaswamy Temple, located in Thiruvananthapuram in Indian state of Kerala, is a beautiful and sacred temple built in an intricate fusion of the indigenous Kerala style and the Dravidian style of architecture. It is the richest Hindu Temple in the world because of assets gold and precious stones. The beautiful temple is by far the wealthiest institution and place of worship of any kind, in the recorded history of the world. It is a must see sacred place in the state known for its amazing architectural beauty and wonders. Don’t miss the chance of worship here or pay homage to lord during your tour here.

<h4>Mount Kailash</h4>

Mount Kailash

Mount Kailash, near Lake Manasarovar and Lake Rakshastal in Tibet, is a peak in the Kailash ranges, a part of the Trans-Himalaya in Tibet China. Also known as Gang Rinpoche in Tibet, Mount Kailash lies near the source of the Indus River, Sutlej River, Brahmaputra River, and the Karnali River, the longest rivers in Asia. The 21,778 ft. tall Mount Kailash holds great religious significance in Bön, Buddhism, Jainism, and Hinduism, and hence draws in a lot of visitors, devotees & pilgrims. As per Hinduism it is believed that Lord Shiva, resides at the summit of the legendary Mount Kailash along with his consort Parvati.

<h4>Chinese Temple, Bodhgaya</h4>

Chinese Temple, Bodhgaya

The Chinese Temple within the Chinese Monastery in Bodh Gaya, in the Indian state of Bihar is a major attraction for visitors from all over the world. Built in Chinese architectural style by Buddhist monks & the Chinese government, the Chinese temple & monastery is located close to the Mahabodhi temple. The temple enshrines a 200-year old Buddha statue, brought from China. The temple also worships three golden Buddha statues, apart from the main shrine. One can find many spiritual scriptures by famous Chinese scholars & monks in the temple. The Chinese temple remains open for the visitors & devotees from 7 am to 7 pm every day.

<h4>Mata Vaishno Devi Temple</h4>

Mata Vaishno Devi Temple

The Mata Vaishno Devi temple is one of the most sacred shrine in Hinduism, located in the Trikuta Mountains in the state of Jammu & Kashmir. It is believed that the shrine was discovered by Pandit Shridhar around 700 years ago. The holy shrine worships Shakti in the form of three holy pindies depicting Mata Saraswati, Mata Lakshmi, and Mata Kali. Legends have it that Mata Vaishno, also known as Vaishnavi spent some time at the cave. Vaishno Devi is the world’s second most visited religious sites in the world, and pilgrims & devotees from all over the world, visit this sacred shrine to seek blessings from the Goddess.

<h4>Mahabodhi Temple, Bodhgaya</h4>

Mahabodhi Temple, Bodhgaya

The Mahabodhi temple also known as Mahabodhi Vihar, literally the “Great Awakening Temple”, is a famous Buddhist temple & UNESCO World Heritage Site situated at Bodh Gaya, in the district of Gaya, in the state of Bihar. The temple marks the place where Gautama Buddha gained enlightenment. One of the finest examples of the oldest brick structures seen in eastern India, the entire temple complex is a believed to be constructed around 300-600 CE during the Gupta dynasty. The temple complex comprise a descendent of the Bodhi tree, images of Avalokiteśvara Vajrapani, Marichi, Tara, Jambhala, Yamantaka, Vajravārāhī and deities including Surya, Vishnu, Shiva, and others.

 

<h4>Thirumalai nayak palace, Madurai</h4>

Thirumalai nayak palace, Madurai

The Thirumalai Nayak Palace is a 17th century palace constructed by King Thirumalai Nayak of Madurai in 1639 AD. Made in Dravidian & Rajput style of architecture, the temple is one of the wonders of south India. The original temple complex is believed to be four times of what remains of the palace now. The palace boasts intricate interiors comprising huge courtyards surrounded by massive pillar. Divided into two parts namely- Swarga Vilasam and Ranga Vilasam, the palace comprise the royal residence, shrine, apartments, palanquin palace, gardens, armory, and much more. Maintained by the Archeological Department of Tamil Nadu, the palace is a declared national monuments and is easily accessible to visitors, and loved for its light & sound shows

<h4>Govind Dev Temple, Vrindavan</h4>

Govind Dev Temple, Vrindavan

Constructed in the year 1590 by Raja Man Singh, the Govind Dev Temple at Vrindavan in the state of Uttar Pradesh is a revered shrine visited by numerous followers of Lord Krishna. Made using red stone, the Govind Dev temple is an imposing structure with a characteristic architecture, which boasts the excellent craftsmanship of its artisans. The interiors of the temple feature ornate designs on the walls. The temple is visited by many devotees & tourists for its great structure. The idols of Govind Deva are now worshipped at the new Govind Deva Temple situated behind the original temple.

<h4>Gangotri Dham</h4>

Gangotri Dham

Gangotri Dham is one of the sacred Chota Char Dham pilgrimage sites and the origin sources of River Ganga, one of the longest & sacred river in the world. Located in the state of Uttarakhand, the Gangotri Dham is home to many temples, shrines, and ashrams & attracts a lot of pilgrims & devotees. The main attraction here is the Gangotri temple, built by Amar Singh Thapa (a Gurkha General) and Gaumukh, origin of the holy river, situated in the Gangotri Glacier. It is believed that Goddess Ganga descended on earth after she was pleased by the meditation of Bhagirath, a sage, hence Ganga is also known as Bhagirathi.

<h4>Dwarkadhish Temple, Mathura</h4>

Dwarkadhish Temple, Mathura

The Dwarkadhish Temple, at Mathura in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh is a famous temple made in honor of Lord Krishna. The temple worships Lord Krishna in the form of Dwarkadhish (the Lord of Dwarka), seen in black idol, and his counterpart Sri Radharani. The temple is believed to be constructed in the year 1814 by Seth Gokul Das Parikh, the treasurer of Gwalior estate and an ardent follower of the Lord Krishna. The Hindola festival and Janmashtami are the two main festivals celebrated at the temple, each of which draws in visitors & followers from all over the world.

<h4>Shanti Stupa, Magnetic Hill </h4>

Shanti Stupa, Magnetic Hill

Magnetic Hill or Gravity Hill is a mystery hill is a place located on the Leh-Kargil-Srinagar National Highway about 30 km from Leh. It has an altitude of 14000 ft that witnesses the flow of Sindhu River in eastern side originating in Tibet and goes to Pakistan. It is an ideal mountain range that always attracts motorists from across the world to drive their cars here. There are numerous places of interests here like Shanti Stupa to explore. The Buddhist Monastery is known for its serenity and architectural wonder that always attract tourists and devotees.

<h4>Golden Temple </h4>

Golden Temple

Golden Temple is the most popular and sacred worship place and pilgrimage of Sikhs, is one of the beautiful temples in India in the state of Punjab. Made of Gold Plate, the beautiful temple is surrounded by the sacred pond. It is also known as Harmindar Sahib where Gurbani Kirtan continues from morning to night. Kiwad opening time is 2.30 AM, Kirtan at Amrit Vela is 2.30 AM, Asa Di Var is at 3.30 AM, Departure of Palki Sahib from Sri Akal Takhat Sahib is at 4.30 AM, Firt Hukamnama is at 5.00AM, First Ardas is at 5.30 AM, Asa Di War Samapti is at 6.30 AM, and Hukumnama at 9.45 in night. There are different fixed programs in between.

<h4>Parmar Niketan Ashram, Rishikesh </h4>

Parmar Niketan Ashram, Rishikesh

The Parmar Niketan Ashram is a famous ashram located at the famous spiritual destination of Rishikesh, in the state of Uttrakhand. Situated in the laps of the Himalayas, the ashram was founded in the year 1942 by Pujya Swami Shukdevanandji Maharaj. It is one of the largest ashrams in Rishikesh featuring a total of 1000 rooms, perennial gardens, and the most beautiful surroundings and a spiritual atmosphere. The Parmar Niketan receives numerous pilgrims & visitors from all over the world and hosts many cultural activities & spiritual programs. The daily activities at the ashram comprise yoga, morning universal prayers, meditation classes, satsang, and lecture programs, kirtan, and the famous Ganga aarti held at the banks of the River Ganga.

<h4>Pradhanakrarma Therapy, Har-Ki-Pauri Haridwar </h4>

Pradhanakrarma Therapy, Har-Ki-Pauri Haridwar

The Pradhanakrarma Therapy mainly aimed at the evacuation of toxic materials from the body through various therapies. Pradhana Karma is the administration of the five purification therapies also known as Panchkarma namely Vamana karma, Virechana karma, Nasya karma, Vasthi karma, and Raktha mokshana. One can find numerous Spa & Ayurveda resorts, and wellness centers offering the most effective Pradhanakrarma Therapy, Har-Ki-Pauri Haridwar, in Rishikesh. The Pradhana Karma is one of the most trusted and effective treatments that can help to restore the proper secretion of hormones, maintains physical health as well as provides rejuvenation to the heart, mind and soul.

<h4>Lakshman Jhula, Rishikesh </h4>

Lakshman Jhula, Rishikesh

The Lakshman Jhula at Rishikesh is an iron suspension bridge constructed over the River Ganges. Synonymous with Rishikesh, the Lakshman Jhula is believed to be the spot from where Lord Lakshamana crossed Ganges on jute ropes. The 450 feet long & 70 feet high bridge is one of the most visited site and a famous attraction in Rishikesh, in the state of Uttarakhand. Both sides of the temple comprise famous religious sites and temples, and as a result the bridge is always crowded by devotees, pilgrims, and visitors. While one end of the bridge leads to the famous Tehra Manzil temple, the Lakshman temple is situated on the other side, the place where Lord Rama and Lakshmana took bath in the Rishi kund to purge themselves after killing Ravana. On both sides of the temple, one can find the local markets famous for selling idols of gods & goddesses, religious books, handicraft items, gems, and much more.

<h4>Arjuna’s Penance, Mahaballipuram </h4>

Arjuna’s Penance, Mahaballipuram

Arjuna’s Penance is one of the largest bas-reliefs in the world, with an origin dating back to the 7th century. Located in Mahaballipuram, in the city of Chennai, in Tamil Nadu, Arjuna’s Penance was carved out of two adjoining boulders. It is believed that the carvings on the monolith illustrates an instance when one of the pandavas, Arjuna (from the epic Mahabharata) performed austerities to please Lord Shiva to get weapons from the Lord to destroy his enemies. Some also believe that the illustrations describe the incident when Bhagiratha did repentance to bring down River Ganges from heaven onto earth.

<h4>Kapaleeshwarar Temple, Chennai </h4>

Kapaleeshwarar Temple, Chennai

The Kapaleeshwarar Temple is a 7th century temple made in the Dravidian architectural style dedicated to Lord Shiva. The temple worships Lord Siva as Kapaleeshwarar, represented by a lingam and his consort Parvati as the main deities. Moreover, the temple also comprise several other shrines dedicated to other deities and features gods & goddesses seated on their vahanas like the bull, elephant, peacock, parrot, and a golden chariot. The Arubathimooval festival is the most prominent festival associated with the temple, which is celebrated every year in the month of March/April. The 10 day long festival attracts many devotees, who visit this shrine to seek blessings from Lord Shiva. The temple comprises two entrances marked by gopurams on either of the sides.

<h4>Durbar Square Bhaktapur </h4>

Durbar Square Bhaktapur

The Bhaktapur Durbar Square is one of the three Durbar Squares, and a famous UNESCO World Heritage Site. Located at an altitude of 1400 m, the Bhaktapur Durbar Square faces the Royal Palace of the Kingdom of Bhaktapur in the front. The Durbar Square features a lot of enticing attractions including the 55 window Palace, erected during the reign of King Jitamitra Malla and the Golden Gate, which leads to the Mulchok Court, home to the Taleju Temple made in honor of Devi Taleju Bhawani. In addition to this, there are numerous other architectural wonders located nearby like the royal palace, Vatsala Devi temple, Mini Pashupatinath Temple, Nyatapola Temple, Bhirava Nath Temple, and others.

<h4>New Vishwanath Temple, Varanasi  </h4>

New Vishwanath Temple, Varanasi

Located within the Banaras Hindu University, the New Vishwanath Temple, also known as Birla temple is one of most famous attraction and a famous temple in Varanasi. Destroyed and reconstructed many times, the temple was finally completed in the year 1996, thirty five years after its constructed was initiated in the year 1931. With a staggering height of 77 meters, the temple is one of the tallest in India featuring one of the tallest towers in the world. Though Lord Shiva remains the prime deity, the temple also worships other deities like Lakshmi Narayan, Lord Ganesha, Durga, Nataraj, Mata Parvati, Lord Hanuman, Panchmukhi Mahadev, Saraswati and Nandi. The inner marble walls of the temple are inscribed with illustrations comprising excerpts from Bhagavad Gita and other Hindu scriptures.

Pilgrimage:Packages

India Char Dham Yatra
India Char Dham Yatra
Duration: 11 Nights / 12 Days
Destination covered: Delhi - Haridwar - Barkot - Yamunotri - Uttarkashi - Gangotri - Guptkashi - Kedarnath - Rudraprayag - Badrinath - Rudraprayag - Rishikesh – Delhi
Inclusion: Accommodation for 11 nights, Breakfast, Meet & Greet at airport, Transfers, city sightseeing and Inter-city transfers by AC vehicle, Monument entrances, English Speaking Guide
Highlights: Aarti ceremony at Haridwar, bath at Taptkund with a Darshan of Badrivishal, trek tour to Kedarnath
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Detailed Itinerary


Day 01: Delhi – Haridwar (230 Kms/6Hrs drive approx)

After your arrival at airport in Delhi, you will be transferred to Haridwar via road. After reaching there, you are free to enjoy evening on your own.

Day 02: Haridwar – Barkot (220kms/7Hrs drive approx)
The first day of beginning of Char Dham Yatra that will start with driving to Barkot via Dehradun and Mussoorie. You will see Kempty Falls and other attractions.

Day 03: Barkot – Yamunotri – Barkot. (32 Kms. Drive +10 kms Local Taxi drive+ 6 Kms. Trek, one way)
Start your day with drive to Hanuman Chatti in the morning and from there, take jeeps for Janjki Chatti. This place is the beginning of starting hiking from the trek to Yamunotri. (You can hire Palanquins or horses on your own).
You will reach Yamunotri – the first Dham of your tour and the origin of River Yamuna. The place is beautiful from where you will see glaciers and natural sprints. On the same day, you will back to Janki Chatti to take a jeep ride to Barkot.

Day 04: Barkot – Uttarkashi (100kms/4hrs drive approx)
Start your day to Uttarakashi via Barkot via Cave Prakateshwar. You will reach Uttarakashi Camp to see Vishwanath Temple and then back to camp.

Day 05: Uttarkashi – Gangotri – Uttarkashi (100kms/3hr Each Side)
You will proceed to Gangotri Dham at the distance of 99 km from Uttarakashi.

Day 06: Uttarkashi – Rudraprayag (175kms/6Hrs. drive approx)
You will back to Rudraprayag and stay here. On the way, you will see heritage town of Tehri.

Day 07: Rudraprayag – Kedarnath (125kms by Road & 14kms Trek)
The day will start with a tour to Gaurikund and then trek tour to Kedarnath on foot or by pony or Doli. You will proceed to Kedarnath Temple.

Day 08: Kedarnath – Pipalkoti (14kms Down Trek & 125kms/4hrs By Road)
You will proceed to Temple Darshan and then trek down to Gaurikund. Same day, you will drive to Pipalkoti via Chopta.

Day 09: Pipalkoti – Badrinath (85Kms/07Hrs drive approx)
You will drive to Badrinath via Joshimath. Same day, you will see Badrinath Temple for Aarti. You will also see Mana, Vyas Gufa, Maatamoorti, Chaanpaduka, Bhimkund and Mukh of the Saraswati River.

Day 10: Badrinath – Joshimath (44kms/3hrs drive approx)
You will take a bath at Taptkund with a Darshan of Badrivishal. Same day, you will visit Mana Village and then drive back to Joshimath.

Day 11: Joshimath – Rishikesh (255Kms/8-9hrs drive approx)
You will back to Rishikesh after visiting Narsingh Temple and Shankracharaya Math.

Day 12: Rishikesh – Haridwar – Delhi (250kms/7-8hrs drive approx)
From Rishikesh, you will be back to Haridwar and then to Delhi to take a flight for onward journey.

Package Inclusion

  • Accommodation for 11 nights
  • Breakfast in Hotel as per the Itinerary
  • Meet and Greet at the airport at all applicable places
  • All airport transfers by Private Air Conditioned vehicle
  • Inter-city transfers by Private Air Conditioned vehicle
  • All sightseeing by Private Air Conditioned vehicle
  • All Monument Entrances
  • Aarti ceremony at Haridwar
  •  bath at Taptkund with a Darshan of Badrivishal
  • trek tour to Kedarnath
  • Services of English Speaking Guide
  • Complimentary mineral water throughout sightseeing
  • All Transport Taxes, Inter State Vehicle Permit, Driver Allowance and Parking Charges
  • All hotel & Govt. Taxes

Package Exclusion

  • Personal expenses such as cold drinks, laundry charges, telephone calls, portrage, excess luggage charges, tips, camera & video recording charges, mineral water & all other items of personal nature & also food & drinks not forming part of itinerary.
  • Air fare from home country and return.
  • Any other item which is not specifically included in ‘tour cost includes’ section.
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Valley of Flowers – Hemkund Sahib
Valley of Flowers – Hemkund Sahib
Duration: 08 Nights / 09 Days
Destination covered: Delhi – Haridwar – Joshimath – Ghangaria – Valley of Flower – Hemkund Sahib – Rishikesh – Delhi
Inclusion: Accommodation for 8 nights, Breakfast, Meet & Greet at airport, Transfers, city sightseeing and Inter-city transfers by AC vehicle, Monument entrances, English Speaking Guide
Highlights: Rikshaw ride at Delhi, Chandni Chowk in Delhi, Aarti ceremony at Haridwar,
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Detailed Itinerary


Day 01: Arrive Delhi

After your arrival at international airport in Delhi, you will be transferred to hotel. Same day, you will see some of the amazing attractions like Qutub Minar, Red Fort, Humayun’s Tomb, Chandni Chowk, Jantar Mantar and pass through India Gate, Parliament House and President House.

Day 02: Delhi – Haridwar (225 km -5 hr)
Start your tour with driving to Haridwar – the gateway of tourism in Uttarakhand. Same day, you will see all the main attractions of Haridwar include Har Ki Pauri. Don’t miss to take a bath in River Ganges.

Day 03: Haridwar – Joshimath (295 km – 10 hr)
You will be driving towards Joshimath on mountainous rods. The amazing scenic view will surprise you along the River Ganga and Alaknanda. You will see Jyotirmath.

Day 04: Joshimath – Ghangaria (3048 m) (22 km drive & 14 km trek – 5-6 hrs treks)
The amazing day of your tour and a real adventure trip! You will drive to Govind Ghat – starting point of 14 km trek to Ghangaria. It is the base from where day walks canbe made to the Valley of Flowers and Hemkund Sahib. You will start traking to Ghangaria from Govind Ghat.

Day 05: Ghangaria – Valley Of Flowers (5 km – 3 hr)
The day will start with trekking to Valley of Flowers at an altitude of 3658 meter. You will see here Brahma Kamal, Cobra Lily, Himalayan Edelweiss, Himalayan Blue Poppy and different other flowers.

Day 06: Ghangaria – Hemkund Sahib (6 km – 3 hr)
You will be reaching to Hemkund Sahib from Ghangaria. It is the most popular and sacred pilgrimages of Sikhs. Guru Govind Singh Ji recounted that in his previous life and meditated on the shores of a lake surrounded by seven snowcapped mountains – recognized as Lokpal Lake at Hemkund.

Day 07: Ghangaria – Joshimath (14 km trek)
You will trek back to Govind Ghat on an easy downhill trail in a few hours and drive back to Joshimath.

Day 08: Joshimath – Rishikesh (275 km – 10 hr)
You will drive to Rishikesh from Joshimath – a religious place and known for its scenic beauty.

Day 09: Rishikesh – Delhi (250 km – 07 hr)
You will see Laxman Jhula, Ram Jhula, Geeta Bhawan and different temples and Ashrams. Same day you will back to Delhi and transferred to airport to take a flight for onward journey.

Package Inclusion

  • Accommodation for 8 nights
  • Breakfast in Hotel as per the Itinerary
  • Meet and Greet at the airport at all applicable places
  • All airport transfers by Private Air Conditioned vehicle
  • Inter-city transfers by Private Air Conditioned vehicle
  • All sightseeing by Private Air Conditioned vehicle
  • All Monument Entrances
  • Rikshaw ride at Delhi
  • Chandni Chowk in Delhi
  • Aarti ceremony at Haridwar
  • Services of English Speaking Guide
  • Complimentary mineral water throughout sightseeing
  • All Transport Taxes, Inter State Vehicle Permit, Driver Allowance and Parking Charges
  • All hotel & Govt. Taxes

Package Exclusion

  • Personal expenses such as cold drinks, laundry charges, telephone calls, portrage, excess luggage charges, tips, camera & video recording charges, mineral water & all other items of personal nature & also food & drinks not forming part of itinerary.
  • Air fare from home country and return.
  • Any other item which is not specifically included in ‘tour cost includes’ section.
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Kailash Mansarovar Yatra
Kailash Mansarovar Yatra
Duration: 17 Nights / 18 Days
Destination covered: Kathmandu - Nyalam - Yak Kharkha - New Dongba - Mayumla Phedi - Manasarovar - Darchen - Dira Puk - Zuthul Puk - Hor Qu (Lake Mansarovar) - Mayumala Phedi - New Dongba - Yak Kharkha - Nyalam - Kathmandu
Inclusion: Accommodation for 17 nights, Breakfast, Meet & Greet at airport, Transfers, city sightseeing and Inter-city transfers by AC vehicle, Monument entrances, English Speaking Guide
Highlights: Lake Mansarovar, Dalailama visit, Mountain flight
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Day 01: Flight to Nepal (Kathmandu)

You will reach Nepal – in the capital city called Kathmandu

Day 02: Kathmandu
You will enjoy a wonderful day in capital city to explore Durbar Square, Swayambhunath and Bodhnath in the evening, know about Kailash Mansarovar Yatra.

Day 03: Kathmandu – Nyalam (about 150 km)
You will drive to Nyalam via villages.

Day 04: Nyalam – Yak Kharkha (about 240 km)
You will drive to Yak Kharkha at an altitude of 4675 meter.

Day 05: Yak Kharkha – New Dongba (about 160 km)
You will drive to New Dongba at an altitude of 4500 meter. Journey is full of excitement and thrill.

Day 06: New Dongba – Mayumla Phedi (about 210 km)
You will leave for Mayumla Phedi at an altitude of 4500 meter above sea level – from this place, you will come across beautiful snowy mountains.

Day 07: Mayumla Phedi – Mansarovar (about 120 km)
The day will start with a tour to Mansarovar at an altitude of 4560 meter.

Day 08: Mansarovar – Darchen
You will on the tour to Kailash Mansarovar by jeep. It time allows, you will see Chui Gompa and then drive to Darchen. It will be an entirely different experience of your life.

Day 09: Darchen – Dira Puk (about 12 km)
You will travel to Darchen Tarboche – the beginning point of Kailash Parikrama Yatra on foot. Mt Kailash is at an altitude of 6740 meter to the north of Himalayan Barrier in Tibet.

Day 10: Dira Puk – Zuthul Puk (about 22 km)
You will start trekking from Dira Puk to Zuthul Puk by covering Dolma La Pass.

Day 11: Zuthul Puk – Hor Qu (Lake Mansarovar) (about 14 km)
The day will start with a tour to Hor Qu at Lake Mansarovar. The trek tour will end here.

Day 12: Hor Qu (Lake Mansarovar) – Mayumala Phedi
You will see Kailash Mountains and drive back to Hor Qu to travel to Mayumla Phedi.

Day 13: Mayumala Phedi – New Dongba
You will start your tour to drive to New Dongba.

Day 14: New Dongba – Yak Kharkha (about 160 km)
A wonderful day that will start with driving to Yak Kharkha at an altitude of 4675 meter!

Day 15: Yak Kharkha – Nyalam
You will start travelling to Nyalam – at an altitude of 3750 meter.

Day 16: Nyalam – Kathmandu (about 150 km)
You will drive downhill towards Kathmandu to enjoy the view of Kathmandu Valley.

Day 17: Kathmandu
The day will start with an excursion to Dakshinkali to see rural area.

Day 18: Kathmandu
The last day of your tour to take a flight from Kathmandu airport to onward journey!

Package Inclusion

  • Accommodation for 17 nights
  • Breakfast in Hotel as per the Itinerary
  • Meet and Greet at the airport at all applicable places
  • All airport transfers by Private Air Conditioned vehicle
  • Inter-city transfers by Private Air Conditioned vehicle
  • All sightseeing by Private Air Conditioned vehicle
  • All Monument Entrances
  • Lake Mansarovar
  • Mountain flight
  • Dalailama visit
  • Services of English Speaking Guide
  • Complimentary mineral water throughout sightseeing
  • All Transport Taxes, Inter State Vehicle Permit, Driver Allowance and Parking Charges
  • All hotel & Govt. Taxes

Package Exclusion

  • Personal expenses such as cold drinks, laundry charges, telephone calls, portrage, excess luggage charges, tips, camera & video recording charges, mineral water & all other items of personal nature & also food & drinks not forming part of itinerary.
  • Air fare from home country and return.
  • Any other item which is not specifically included in ‘tour cost includes’ section.
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India Buddhist Tour
India Buddhist Tour
Duration: 11 Nights / 12 Days
Destination covered: Delhi - Patna - Nalanda - Rajgir - Bodhgaya - Varanasi - Kushinagar - Lumbini - Balrampur - Lucknow – Delhi
Inclusion: Accommodation for 11 nights, Breakfast, Meet & Greet at airport, Transfers, city sightseeing and Inter-city transfers by AC vehicle, Monument entrances, English Speaking Guide
Highlights: Chandni Chowk in Delhi, Sunrise boat at varanasi, Aarti ceremony in Varanasi
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Detailed Itinerary


Day 01: Arrive at Delhi

Welcome to international airport in Delhi. After hotel check-in process, you are free to enjoy the day on your own.

Day 02: Delhi sightseeing
A wonderful day to explore Delhi and attractions that include Qutub-Minar, Humayun’s Tomb, Lotus Temple, India Gate, Chandni Chowk, Red Fort, The Friday Mosque and a lot more.

Day 03: Delhi – Patna – Bodhgaya (via Flight)
The day is reserved to take a flight for Patna – the Capital city of Bihar from where you will be transferred to Bodhgaya – the place where Lord Buddha attained Enlightenmen. On the way from Patna, you will see Nalanda, Rajgir and other attractions.

Day 04: Bodhgaya
The day is wonderful to explore Bodhgaya and attractions like Mahabodhi Temple, Bodhi Tree, River Niranjana and different other attractions.

Day 05: Bodhgaya – Varanasi (265 Kms./05 hrs. drive approx)
You will drive to Varanasi and proceed to Sarnath to see Ashoka Pillar, Thai Temple, Mulangandha Kuti Vihar, Dhammek Stupa and Archaeologival Museum. In the evening, take part in Ganga Aarti in Varanasi.

Day 06: Varanasi – Kushinagar (250 Kms./06 hrs. drive approx)
You will proceed for the boat ride in Ganges and then proceed to Kushinagar.

Day 07: Kushinagar – Lumbini ( 170 Kms./04 hrs. drive approx).
You will visit Mahaparinirvana Temple and Ramabhar Stupa. Same day, you will drive to Lumbini to see the birth place of Lord Buddha, pillar raised by emperor Ashok and sacred garden of Lumbini.

Day 08: Lumbini – Balrampur (197 Kms. / 6 hrs. drive approx)
You will drive to Balrampur. You are free for rest of the day to enjoy on your own.

Day 09: Balrampur – Sravasti – Lucknow ( 165 Kms./03 hrs drive approx)
You will leave for Lucknow via Sravasti. After reaching Lucknow, you are free to enjoy the time on your own.

Day 10: Lucknow – Delhi – Agra( via Flight).
You will leave Lucknow for Delhi via air. Same day, you will drive to Agra – the city of Taj Mahal.

Day 11: Agra – Departure Delhi
After exploring Taj Mahal, Red Fort, Itmad-Ud-Daulah and other attractions, you will drive to Delhi to take a flight for onward journey.

Package Inclusion

  • Accommodation for 11 nights
  • Breakfast in Hotel as per the Itinerary
  • Meet and Greet at the airport at all applicable places
  • All airport transfers by Private Air Conditioned vehicle
  • Inter-city transfers by Private Air Conditioned vehicle
  • All sightseeing by Private Air Conditioned vehicle
  • All Monument Entrances
  • Chandni Chowk in Delhi
  • Sunrise boat at varanasi
  • Aarti ceremony in Varanasi
  • Services of English Speaking Guide
  • Complimentary mineral water throughout sightseeing
  • All Transport Taxes, Inter State Vehicle Permit, Driver Allowance and Parking Charges
  • All hotel & Govt. Taxes

Package Exclusion

  • Personal expenses such as cold drinks, laundry charges, telephone calls, portrage, excess luggage charges, tips, camera & video recording charges, mineral water & all other items of personal nature & also food & drinks not forming part of itinerary.
  • Air fare from home country and return.
  • Any other item which is not specifically included in ‘tour cost includes’ section.
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South India Pilgrimage Tour
South India Pilgrimage Tour
Duration: 12 Nights / 13 Days
Destination covered: Chennai - Tirupati - Chennai - Kanchipuram - Mahabalipuram - Madurai - Rameshwaram - Tiruvannamalai - Pondicherry Auroville - Madurai - Puttaparthi
Inclusion: Accommodation for 12 nights, Breakfast, Meet & Greet at airport, Transfers, city sightseeing and Inter-city transfers by AC vehicle, Monument entrances, English Speaking Guide.
Highlights: Kapileshwara Temple in Chennai, Rock Cut Caves, Shore Temple, Meenakshi Temple Shrines, Evening aarti ceremony at Madurai.
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Day 01: Arrive at Chennai

Chennai – the capital city of Tamil Nadu, is the first destination to reach for South India Pilgrimage tours. Same day, you will explore the main attractions of Chennai that include Freemasons Hall, Kamaraj Memorial House, Kamaraj Memorial House, Santhome Cathedral, Government Museum, War Memorials, and Thousand Lights Mosque and many others.

Day 02: Chennai – Tirupati (via flight)
The day will begin for the holiest place of South India called as Tirupati via flight at Tirumala Hills. You will pay homage to Lord Balaji.

Day 03: Tirupati – Chennai (via flight)
After breakfast, you will be at airport to take a flight to Chennai. After rest, you will see Kapileshwara Temple, Art Gallery, St Thomas Church, and Marina Beach – the second longest Coastal Line.

Day 04: Chennai – Kanchipuram (72 Kms./02 hrs. drive approx)
You will be driving to Kanchipuram – the golden city of India that is known for Vishnu Kanchi and Shiva Kanchi Temples.

Day 05: Kanchipuram
The day is reserved to explore Sri Vardaraja Perumal Temple, Sri Kaliasanathar Temple, Sri Kamakshiamman Temple, and a number of other attractions.

Day 06: Kanchipuram – Mahabalipuram (48Kms. /40 min. drive approx)
You will proceed to Mahabalipuram from Kanchipuram to explore Pallava Rock Cut Caves, Shore Temple, Panch Ratha Temple and a lot more.

Day 07: Mahabalipuram – Madurai (400Kms. /07 hrs. drive approx)
You will drive to Madurai and after a short break; you will see Thirumalai Nayak Palace, Meenakshi Temple Shrines – Parvati and Sunereshwara and a lot more.

Day 08: Madurai
You will visit Gandhi Museum, Koodal Azaghar Temple, Mariamman Teppakulam and a lot more.

Day 09: Madurai – Rameshwaram ( 175 Kms/ 03 hrs. drive approx)
A wonderful day that will begin with a tour to Rameshwaram that has a religious significance! You will see Ramanathswamy Temple, Kothandaraswamy Temple, Dhanushkodi and a lot more. In the evening, walk along the beaches!

Day 10: Rameshwaram – Madurai – Pondicherry – Auroville.
The day is wonderful to take a flight for Pondicherry. You will see famous Auroville Village, golden vile and locale town.

Day 11: Auroville – Puttaparthi
From this place, you will take a flight to Puttaparthi via Chennai. You will stay in a hotel or Ashram (as per your choice).

Day 12: Puttaparthi
You will see the religious place from its deep roots and enjoy grand Pooja.

Day 13: Puttaparthi-Chennai.
You will back to Chennai and then take a flight for onward journey.

Package Inclusion

  • Accommodation for 12 nights
  • Breakfast in Hotel as per the Itinerary
  • Meet and Greet at the airport at all applicable places
  • All airport transfers by Private Air Conditioned vehicle
  • Inter-city transfers by Private Air Conditioned vehicle
  • All sightseeing by Private Air Conditioned vehicle
  • All Monument Entrances
  • Services of English Speaking Guide
  • Evening aarti ceremony at Madurai
  • Complimentary mineral water throughout sightseeing
  • All Transport Taxes, Inter State Vehicle Permit, Driver Allowance and Parking Charges
  • All hotel & Govt. Taxes

Package Exclusion

  • Personal expenses such as cold drinks, laundry charges, telephone calls, portrage, excess luggage charges, tips, camera & video recording charges, mineral water & all other items of personal nature & also food & drinks not forming part of itinerary.
  • Air fare from home country and return.
  • Any other item which is not specifically included in ‘tour cost includes’ section.
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Temple Tour in India
Temple Tour in India
Duration: 13 Nights / 14 Days
Destination covered: Delhi - Jaipur - Agra - Mathura - Vrindavan - New Delhi - Rishikesh - Haridwar - Varanasi - Delhi
Inclusion: Accommodation for 13 nights, Breakfast, Meet & Greet at airport, Transfers, city sightseeing and Inter-city transfers by AC vehicle, Monument entrances, English Speaking Guide
Highlights: Elephant ride at Amber Fort in Jaipur, Chokhi Dhani at Jaipur. Aarti ceremony at Rishikesh and Haridwar, Boat ride at Varanasi.
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Detailed Itinerary


Day 01: Delhi

After arrival at IGI International Airport in Delhi, you will be transferred to hotel for luxury accommodation.

Day 02: Delhi
Explore the prime attractions of Delhi that include Raj Ghat – the burial place of Mahathama Gandhi, Tutub-Minar, Humayun’s Tomb, India Gate and a lot more.

Day 03: Delhi – Jaipur (about 270 km)
You will be on the way to Jaipur – the pink city and capital city of Rajasthan to explore Hawa Mahal, Jantar Mantar, Jaigarh Palace, Elephant ride at Amber Fort and a lot more.

Day 04: Jaipur
The day is reserved to explore the prime attractions of Jaipur that is known for a number of heritage sites, architectural wonders, its ancient marketplaces and cultural activities. Chokhi Dhani at Jaipur.

Day 05: Jaipur – Fatehpur Sikri – Agra (about 260 km)
You will be on the way to Agra via Fatehpur Sikri – the Ghost Capital and political center at the time of Mughal emperor Akbar. Fatehpur Sikri is famous for its tallest door and Shekh Salim Chisti ki Dargah.

Day 06: Agra
A beautiful day to explore Agra – the city of Taj Mahal and its main attractions! You will see Taj Mahal, Red Fort, Itmad-Ud-Daulah, Sikandra and a number of other attractions.

Day 07: Agra – Mathura (about 57 km)
You will be into the city of Lord Krishna – the most preferred religious place in India – called as Brijbhoomi. You will see Dwarkadhish Temple, Krishna Janma Bhoomi and Ghats of Yamuna River.

Day 08: Mathura – Vrindavan – Delhi
You will see the most wonderful place called as Vrindavan where Lord Krishna spent his time. You will see a number of temples like Sri Bankey Bihari Temple, Madan Mohan Temple, Rang Ji Temple, Prem Mandir and a lot more. Same day, you will be in Delhi.

Day 09: Delhi – Rishikesh
The day will begin with a drive to Rishikesh – the gateways of Himalayas in the Tehri-Garwal Region of Uttaranchal. Laxman Jhula, Gange Temple, etc are main attractions here. You will also find Yoga and Ayurveda Centers here.

Day 10: Rishikesh – Haridwar
Haridwar – the home of gods, is another city to explore where you will see Har ki Pauri, Mansa Devi Temple, Sapt Rishi, Dakhsa Mahadev Temple and a number of other attractions.

Day 11: Haridwar – Varanasi
You will leave for Varanasi or Banaras from Haridwar – that is also called Kashi.

Day 12: Varanasi
You will start your tour to city to take a boat ride in River Yamuna and then see Kashi Vishwanath Temple, Durga Temple, Bharat Mata Temple and a number of other attractions. Same day, you will drive to Sarnath.

Day 13: Varanasi – Delhi (by air)
You will take a flight from airport in Varanasi to reach Delhi Airport. You are free to explore Delhi on your own in the day.

Day 14: Delhi
You will be transferred to airport to take a flight for onward journey.

Package Inclusion

  • Accommodation for 13 nights
  • Breakfast in Hotel as per the Itinerary
  • Meet and Greet at the airport at all applicable places
  • All airport transfers by Private Air Conditioned vehicle
  • Inter-city transfers by Private Air Conditioned vehicle
  • All sightseeing by Private Air Conditioned vehicle
  • All Monument Entrances
  • Elephant ride at Amber Fort in Jaipur
  • Chokhi Dhani at Jaipur
  • Boat ride at Varanasi.
  • Aarti ceremony at Rishikesh and Haridwar
  • Services of English Speaking Guide
  • Complimentary mineral water throughout sightseeing
  • All Transport Taxes, Inter State Vehicle Permit, Driver Allowance and Parking Charges
  • All hotel & Govt. Taxes

Package Exclusion

  • Personal expenses such as cold drinks, laundry charges, telephone calls, portrage, excess luggage charges, tips, camera & video recording charges, mineral water & all other items of personal nature & also food & drinks not forming part of itinerary.
  • Air fare from home country and return.
  • Any other item which is not specifically included in ‘tour cost includes’ section.
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India 12 Jyotirlinga Tour
India 12 Jyotirlinga Tour
Duration: 26 Nights / 27 Days
Destination covered: Kolkata - Kiul - Baijnath Temple - Bodhgaya - Varanasi - Delhi - Rishikesh – Rudraprayag – Gaurikund – Kedarnath – Gaurikund – Rishikesh - Delhi - Indore – Ujjain – Indore – Nashik – Aurangabad – Pune – Rajkot - Dwarka – Somnath – Diu – Mumbai – Hyderabad - Mallikarjuna - Hyderabad – Kottayam – Madurai - Rameshwaram - Madurai – Chennai
Inclusion: Accommodation for 26 nights, Breakfast, Meet & Greet at airport, Transfers, city sightseeing and Inter-city transfers by AC vehicle, Monument entrances, English Speaking Guide
Highlights: Boat ride at Varanasi, Excursion to Ajanta and Ellora Caves, aarti ceremony at Madurai, Morning aarti at Ujjain
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Day 01: Arrival in Kolkata

After arrival at airport, you will transfer to hotel.

Day 02: Kolkata – Kiul (by train)
You will be on Kolkata sightseeing tour like Kalighat, Victoria Memorial, Town Hall, College Street and Botanical Gardens. You will take a train to Kiul on the same day.

Day 03: Kiul – Baijnath Temple (140 Kms./02.3 hrs. drive approx)
From Kiul, you will be transferred to Deogarh to visit Baijnath Temple.

Day 04: Bodhgaya – Varanasi (255 Kms./05 hrs. drive approx)
You will explore Bodhgaya and then reach Varanasi.

Day 05: Varanasi – Delhi
You will take a boat ride in River Ganges and then visit Kashi Vishwanath Temple, Durga Temple, Banaras Hindu University and a number of other attractions. You will take a train to Delhi on the same day.

Day 06: Delhi
After reaching Delhi, you are free to enjoy the day on your own.

Day 07: Rishikesh and Rudraprayag. (362Kms./07 hrs drive approx)
You will drive to Rudraprayag via Rishikesh, Neelkanth Mahadev Temple, Triveni Ghat, Ram Jhula and Laxman Jhula.

Day 08: Rudraprayag – Gaurikund – Kedarnath. ( 65 Kms./02 hrs drive approx)
Enjoy a day on the bank of Alaknanda River and then drive to Gaurikund along with trekking to Kedarnath!

Day 09: Kedarnath-Gaurikund-Rishikesh ( 246 Kms/ 07 hrs. drive approx)
After attending morning Pooja at the Kedarnath Temple, you will trek down to Gaurikund to take a refreshing bath at hot springs. Same day, you will drive to Rishikesh.

Day 10: Rishikesh – Delhi. (235Kms. / 06 hrs. drive approx)
You will back to Delhi to explore Qutub-Minar, Lotus Temple, Jama Masjid, and Red Fort, Jantar Mantar, Humayun’s Tomb, India Gate and other attractions.

Day 11: Delhi-Indore (by flight)
You will take a flight to Indore from Delhi and then visit Omkareshwar Temple. You will also enjoy boat ride on the River Narmada.

Day12: Indore-Ujjain-Indore. (65 Kms/ 01 hrs. drive approx)
You will be on the full day tour to Ujjain on Holy River Shipra. In Ujjain, you will see Mahakaleshwar Temple.

Day 13: Indore – Nashik ( 420 Kms./ 06 hrs. drive approx)
You will travel to Nashik by road where you will see Coin Museum, Ramkund, Muktidham Temple, Someshwar and Pandavleni Caves and different attractions.

Day 14: Nashik – Aurangabad (210 Kms. / 04 drive approx)
You will drive to Aurangabad to visit Trayambakeshwar Temple to offer prayers to the 8th Jyotirlinga.

Day 15: Aurangabad
The day is reserved to explore Aurangabad with full day excursion to Ajanta and Ellora Caves.

Day 16: Aurangabad-Pune-Rajkot
You will see Grishneshwar Jyotrilinga and then travel to Pune by road. Don’t forget to pay a visit to the Lord Bhimashankar Jyotirlinga which is situated in the forest reserve. Same day, you will be on the way for overnight journey to Rajkot.

Day 17: Rajkot
You will explore the local beauty and back to hotel.

Day 18: Rajkot-Dwarka ( 220 Kms/ 04 hrs. drive approx)
You will be travelling to Dwarka to visit Nageswhar Temple. .

Day 19: Dwraka-Somnath (235 Kms./ 05 hrs. drive approx).
You will be reaching Somanth to see the famous Somanath Temple.

Day 20: Somnath- Diu- Mumbai.
After attending Aarti in Somanath Temple, you will be leaving for the Diu Airport to board a connecting flight to Mumbai

Day 21: Mumbai-Hyderabad. (By flight)
You will take a flight to Hyderabad. After rest in hotel, you will be on the tour to this beautiful city to explore Golconda Fort, Charminar, Taramati Baradari, Birla Mandir, Salar Jung Museum and Shilparamam and different attractions.

Day 22: Mallikarjuna
A beautiful day to explore Srisailam Town on the banks of Patalganga Krishna River to see Lord Mallikarjuna Temple!

Day 23: Hyderabad – Kottayam.
You will be travelling via train to Kottayam from Hyderabad.

Day 24: Kottayam – Madurai
You will transfer to Madurai to see Gandhi Museum, Thirumalai Nayak Mahal, Pazhamundhir Solai Dam, Koodal Azhagar Temple, Meenakshi Temple and a lot more.

Day 25: Rameshwaram
You will travel to Rameshwaram by road to explore the sea beaches and holy city. After visiting the temples, you will back to Madurai for stay.

Day 26: Madurai – Chennai.
You will take a train to Chennai. After reaching, you will see the main attractions like Marina Beach, Valluvar Kottam, Marundeeswarar Temple, Arignar Anna Zoological Park and the Besant Nagar Beach.

Day 27: Chennai (Departure)
Spend time in marketplaces on your own and then take a flight for onward journey.

Package Inclusion

  • Accommodation for 26 nights
  • Breakfast in Hotel as per the Itinerary
  • Meet and Greet at the airport at all applicable places
  • All airport transfers by Private Air Conditioned vehicle
  • Inter-city transfers by Private Air Conditioned vehicle
  • All sightseeing by Private Air Conditioned vehicle
  • All Monument Entrances
  • Boat ride at Varanasi
  • Excursion to Ajanta and Ellora Caves
  • aarti ceremony at Madurai
  • Morning aarti at Ujjain
  • Services of English Speaking Guide
  • Complimentary mineral water throughout sightseeing
  • All Transport Taxes, Inter State Vehicle Permit, Driver Allowance and Parking Charges
  • All hotel & Govt. Taxes

Package Exclusion

  • Personal expenses such as cold drinks, laundry charges, telephone calls, portrage, excess luggage charges, tips, camera & video recording charges, mineral water & all other items of personal nature & also food & drinks not forming part of itinerary.
  • Air fare from home country and return.
  • Any other item which is not specifically included in ‘tour cost includes’ section.
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India Vaishno Devi Tour
India Vaishno Devi Tour
Duration: 03 Nights / 04 Days
Destination covered: Jammu - Katra - Mata Vaishno Devi Temple – Jammu
Inclusion: Accommodation for 3 nights, Breakfast, Meet & Greet at airport, Transfers, city sightseeing and Inter-city transfers by AC vehicle, Monument entrances, English Speaking Guide
Highlights: Hylicopter ride,  Aarti at Temple
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Day 01: Arrival at Jammu

After arrival at airport in Jammu – the winter capital of the state of Jammu & Kashmir, you will be transferred to hotel. You are free for rest of the day to enjoy on your own.

Day 02: Jammu – Katra (48 kms./ 01 hrs. drive approx)

You will see the main attractions of Jammu that include City Museum, Amar Mahal, Bahu Fort, Mubarak Mandi Palace, Panch Peer and a number of other attractions. Same day, you will travel to Katra.

Day 03: Katra- Mata Vaishno Devi Temple-Katra

You will be on the trek to Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine to walk on foot to cover the distance of 13 km from Katra. You will see Ardhkawari, Sanjhi Chhat, Mata Vaishno Devi Temple and then Bhairo Temple.

Day 04: Jammu – Delhi

After reaching Jammu, take a flight to Delhi and a flight for onward journey.

Package Inclusion

  • Accommodation for 3 nights
  • Breakfast in Hotel as per the Itinerary
  • Meet and Greet at the airport at all applicable places
  • All airport transfers by Private Air Conditioned vehicle
  • Inter-city transfers by Private Air Conditioned vehicle
  • All sightseeing by Private Air Conditioned vehicle
  • All Monument Entrances
  • Hylicopter ride
  • Aarti at Temple
  • Services of English Speaking Guide
  • Complimentary mineral water throughout sightseeing
  • All Transport Taxes, Inter State Vehicle Permit, Driver Allowance and Parking Charges
  • All hotel & Govt. Taxes

Package Exclusion

  • Personal expenses such as cold drinks, laundry charges, telephone calls, portrage, excess luggage charges, tips, camera & video recording charges, mineral water & all other items of personal nature & also food & drinks not forming part of itinerary.
  • Air fare from home country and return.
  • Any other item which is not specifically included in ‘tour cost includes’ section.
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India Hindu Holy City Pilgrimage Tour
India Hindu Holy City Pilgrimage Tour
Duration: 12 Nights / 13 Days
Destination covered: Delhi - Lucknow - Ayodhya - Allahabad - Varanasi - Mathura - Vrindavan - Haridwar - Rishikesh – Delhi
Inclusion: Accommodation for 12 nights, Breakfast, Meet & Greet at airport, Transfers, city sightseeing and Inter-city transfers by AC vehicle, Monument entrances, English Speaking Guide
Highlights: Boat ride at Varanasi, Bath at Trivani sangam, aarti at Mathura, aarti at Haridwar, Yoga and meditation by experts advice.
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Detailed Itinerary


Day 01: Arrive at Delhi

After your arrival at airport in Delhi, you will be transferred to hotel. You are free to enjoy the evening on your own.

Day 02: Delhi sightseeing
A beautiful day will start with your tour to Delhi where you will explore Qutub-Minar, Lotus Temple, Humayun’s Tomb, Red Fort, the Friday Mosque and a lot more.

Day 03: Delhi – Lucknow – Ayodhya ( 145 Kms./ 02.3 hrs drive approx)
You will take a flight to Lucknow from where you will drive to Ayodhya. You are free to spend time on your own. You will explore the birth place of Lord Rama. Ram Janm Bhumi is the main attraction here.

Day 04: Ayodhya.
The day is reserved to explore Ramkot – the main place of worship of Lord Rama, Hanuman Garhi Temple, Temple of Nageshwarnath, Treta-Ke-Thakur, Maniparvat and a lot more.

Day 05: Ayodhya – Allahabad (175 kms /03 hrs drive approx)
You will also see a number of ghats and tanks and then move to Allahabad – called as Prayag – the center of three rivers that meet here and make it Sangam.

Day 06: Allahabad
The day is reserved to explore Allahabd and main attractions that include Allahabad Fort, Patalpuri Temple, Ashoka Pillar, Akshayavat, Hanuman temple, Shankar Viman Mandapam, Mankameshwar temple, Anand Bhawan, Jawahar Planetarium and Bharadwaj ashram.

Day 07: Allahabad -Varanasi (125 kms./02.3 hrs drive approx ).
You will travel to Varanasi – the oldest sacred city in India and even in the world famous as Kashi. You will see a number of attractions here like Kashi Vishwanath Temple, Durga Mata Temple, Bharat Mata Temple and many others.

Day 08: Varanasi-Delhi (by Train)
You will take a train to Delhi from Varanasi for overnight journey. In the day, you will see rest of the attractions.

Day 09: Delhi – Mathura. (160 Kms/03 hrs drive approx)
From Delhi, you will reach Mathura – the birth place of Lord Krishna. You will see Janm Bhumi, Dwarkadheesh Temple and a number of other attractions.

Day 10: Mathura – Vrindavan – Gokul – Goverdhan – Mathura
The day is reserved to explore Vrindavan, Gokul, Goverdhan and Mathura – the Brij Bhoomi that have religions significance.

Day 11: Mathura – Haridwar (350 Kms/06hrs drive approx).
You will travel to Haridwar directly from Mathura to reach Har-Ki-Pauri Ghat and explore a number of attractions.

Day 12: Haridwar – Rishikesh ( 40 Kms/01 hrs drive approx)
From Haridwar, you will take a bus or taxi to Rishikesh to explore Laxman Jhula, and a number of other religious places.

Day 13: Rishikesh – Delhi – Departure (238 Kms/05 hrs drive approx).
On arrival direct transfer to airport to connect flight for onward journey.

Package Inclusion

  • Accommodation for 12 nights
  • Breakfast in Hotel as per the Itinerary
  • Meet and Greet at the airport at all applicable places
  • All airport transfers by Private Air Conditioned vehicle
  • Inter-city transfers by Private Air Conditioned vehicle
  • All sightseeing by Private Air Conditioned vehicle
  • All Monument Entrances
  • Boat ride at Varanasi
  • Bath at Trivani sangam
  • aarti at Mathura
  • aarti at Haridwar
  • Yoga and meditation by experts advice
  • Services of English Speaking Guide
  • Complimentary mineral water throughout sightseeing
  • All Transport Taxes, Inter State Vehicle Permit, Driver Allowance and Parking Charges
  • All hotel & Govt. Taxes

Package Exclusion

  • Personal expenses such as cold drinks, laundry charges, telephone calls, portrage, excess luggage charges, tips, camera & video recording charges, mineral water & all other items of personal nature & also food & drinks not forming part of itinerary.
  • Air fare from home country and return.
  • Any other item which is not specifically included in ‘tour cost includes’ section.
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Pilgrimage:How To Get There

By Air:

Cochin or Kochi, Trivandrum, Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, etc are main cities having international airports with regular flights from different countries. You can reach any of the airports and then take a taxi or continue your journey by train to next destination. We offer you pick and drop from nearby destination as per your tour plan and request.

Indira Gandhi International Airport in New Delhi is the main airport with better connectivity to world through flights on regular basis. However, there are different other domestic airports – some of them have international flights. These airports include Srinagar, Amritsar, Lucknow, Jaipur, Jodhpur, Shimla, Chandigarh and Kanpur.

Tribhuvan International Airport is the only airport in Nepal with flights from across the world. You can reach here and then take a taxi for onward journey.

By Train:

Train connectivity to South Indian cities is also wonderful and fast. There are different regular trains run from Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai and other main cities of India to reach South India. Main railway stations are in Cochin, Trivandrum, Munnar, Bangalore, Chennai, Mysore, Coimbatore, Ernakulum, Hyderabad, Secundrabad, and different others. We offer you pick and drop from nearby railway station to the tourist place. Some luxury train tours are also provided like Golden Chariot to cover main destinations of South India.

Train accessibility to North India is wonderful and you can reach almost all destinations by train. New Delhi, Jaipur, Agra, Ambala, Kalka, Dehradun, Jodhpur, Amritsar, etc are different destinations having train connectivity to reach your desired destination accordingly.

By Road:

South India is well connected via world-class National Highways and State Highways that are safe to travel all the time. Some of them pass through scenic mountain ranges and greenery; while others from cities. You can reach your desired destination anywhere in Kerala by road easily and without spending more time. Buses are run by state governments and local transporters. You can also find Volvo buses for overnight journey from one city to another. Taxis are also available easily.

There are different national highways and state highways with world-class roads to reach any destination in North India. Golden triangle tour (Delhi, Agra and Jaipur) is covered through road. You can take a taxi from Delhi to Jaipur, Agra, and Amritsar or anywhere in Himachal Pradesh, Punjab and Rajasthan.

By Sea:

South India is well connected by water transport to Chennai, Vishakhapattnam and different cities of Kerala.

Pilgrimage:Events

Kalinga Festival

Date – February 6, 2016.
Destination – Bhubaneswar
Kalinga Festival is the National Festival of Martial Dance, celebrated to pay tribute to the Kalinga. It shows the vibrant traditions of martial art of India through dance and music. It took place on the outskirts of Bhubaneswar at Dhauli Shanti Stupa on the 10th and 11th of January. Martial artists from across the country participate in it and perform at their best. During the festival, you can see live performance of artists from different art of India that includes Chhow and Paika from Odisha. Thang Ta from Manipur, Malaripayattu from Kerala, etc are different forms of dance performed here.

Konark Festival

Date – February 9 – 23, 2016.
Destination – Konark, Odisha
One of the most famous and popular dance festivals in the country, Konark dance festival is organized every year in the month of December in the backdrop of the famous Sun Temple in Konark in Odisha. Dancing Hall or Salamander is an architectural wonder where walls are covered with fine artistic designs of the ancient times. Here, dancers, musicians and singers from across the world participate to perform at the best. People from across the country prefer to participate in this festival. The festival is organized by the Odisha Tourism Department and Odissi Research Center to promote diverse India heritage and popularity of Konark Temple.

Magh

Date – January 16, 2016.
Destination – Bihu or Bhogali Bihu, Assam
Magh Bihu or Bhogali Bihu or Moghar Domahi, is a harvest festival organized in the Hindu Month of Maagha (Jan-Feb) in state of Assam. It is also called as the Assam celebration of Shankranti, in which feast last for a week. Feasts and bonfires is the main celebration. People erect makeshift huts or Meji from Bamboo, leaves and thatch to eat the food prepared for the feast and then burn the huts the next morning. Different games like Tekeli Bhonga (pot-breaking), Buffalo fighting, etc are enjoyed and performed here. People also gather around the bonefire, cook food and make merry.

Durga Puja

Date – October 8 – 11, 2016.
Destination – West Bengal
Durga Puja, the most prominent festival in West Bengal celebrated with grand joyous and celebration for three days from Durga Saptami to Navmi, is the grand festival when people take home the statue of Goddess Durga and worship her. Both men and women dance and perform different dance and music forms along with enjoy delicious foods. Fairs and festivals as well as grand events are organized in the entire city, mainly Howrah and Sealdah witness the grand celebration with fun and pleasure unlimited. Tourists from across the country and world-wide prefer to see this festival in Kolkata. It is organized in the month of October-November.

Kenduli Mela

Date – January 14-16, 2016.
Destination – Kenduli Village, West Bengal
Kenduli Mela, celebrated for three days at Kenduli Village around 30 km from Shantiniketan in West Bengal, is help on the occasion of Makar Shankranti every year in the Birbhum District of West Bengal – known as Lal Mati-r-Desh owning to the red soil found here. The three-day fair got its name from famous poet Jaydev Kenduli about 42 km from Shantiniketan. It is called as Baul Mela or Jaydeva Mela, in which different types of cultural programs and events are organized; while shopkeepers and hawkers from across the state take part to sell their goods and products.

Maha Shivratri

Date – March 7,2016.
Destination – Bhubeneshwar
Maha Shivratri – the grand festival, celebrated throughout the country on the fourteenth day of Falgun (March) to worship the Lord Shiva. In Bhubaneswar, the grand festival is very special as it is celebrated with grand joy in Lingaraja Temple. Devotees from across the city, state and even nation see the temple and worship the Lingraja here and pay homage to Lord Shiva. People prefer to keep fast on this day and spend time in worship, dance and music. The temple complex is decorated with lighting and flowers; while different programs are organized here. Don’t miss to worship in the temple during Mahashivratri Day in Odisha.

Mukteshwar Dance Festival

Date – January 14-16, 2016.
Destination – Mukteshwar Temple Complex, Bhubaneswar, Odisha
The three day long dance festival in the culturally rich state of Odisha, is organized in Mukteshwar tourist complex in Bhubaneswar. It concentrates on Odissi Dance and Music; while offering solo, duet and group Odissi performance. Different dance groups from across the state and even from other parts participate in it and perform at the best. The courtyard of this temple complex goes full during three days. During your tour to Odisha during these three days, don’t miss the chance of becoming part of this grain fair that will surprise you. Here, the best dance group and solo dancers won different prizes.

Banashankari Devi Fair

Date – January 6 – 12, 2017
Destination – Badami, Karnataka
Banashankari Devi Fair, organized in the month of January (Hindu Month of Pushya) at Badami in Karnataka, is centered on the renowned Banashankari Devi Temple near Badami. This 10 to 12 days long festival starts on the full moon day, in which Rathostava or Car festival is the main attraction. In these fair, agricultural tools, utensils and other articles of domestic needs are bartered and the villagers make different purchases in this fair. From local to people from the state and tourists participate in this festival; while different type of cultural programs, exhibition and competitive performances are organized.

Jatra

Date – May 15, 2016
Destination -Goa
Jatra (feast) or Hindu Temple Festival is organized in different months to pay homage and worship different gods and goddess. The Lairai Jatra is also one of the most famous and unusual Jatra celebrated in Goa in Bicholim Taluka’s East of Mapusa. It is famous among devotees and tourists alike for the celebrated walk of hot coals ranked from an enormous bonfire. These festivals don’t occur on any fixed date of the calendar year. During your holidays in Goa, you will take part in different Jatra and know about the way of Goa’s worship culture.

Dusshera

Date – October – 11, 2016
Destination – Mysore, Karnataka and Kullu, Himachal Pradesh
Mysore Dussehra is one of the most popular state festivals celebrated with grand joyous in the month of November in Mysore in the state of Karnataka. The grand festival lasts for ten days with the day being Vijayadashami – the most auspicious day of Dussehra festival. It is celebrated on the occasion of a religious significance. It is the day when Goddess Chamundeshwari killed the demon Mahishasura. Tourists from across the country participate in this and prefer to stay for ten days to witness different cultural programs. Locals wear colorful dresses and prepare special dishes at their home along with performing a Pooja.

Chennai Music Festival (Madras Music Season)

Date – December 20, 2015 to January 20, 2016.
Destination – Arjuna’s Penance, Mamallapuram, Chennai
Chennai Music Festival or Madras Music Season is organized in the month of December followed by the New Year celebration. The amazing and memorable music festival is organized Arjuna’s Penance, Mamallapuram, near Chennai, Tamil Nadu, in which singers and musicians from different parts of the state and nation participate to perform the best. It is a must-see, in which you will see different forms of dance and music. Don’t miss the chance of witnessing the amazing musical ceremony that is wonderful. Here, you will also get a chance to visit some top singers and musicians.

Kumb Mela

Date – April 22 – May 21, 2016
Destination – Ujjain
One of the largest fairs in the world organized for complete one month once in 12 years, Kumbh Mela is holy fair when devotees from across the country and world come to take a bath in the river in Ujjain and then pay homage to Mahakaleshwar. The same fair is also organized once in 12 years in Allahabad, Nasik and Haridwar. There is a religious significance behind this fair. Different groups of Shadus in India take part in this fair and witness Shahi Snan. In 201, the grand festival is being organized from 22 April to 21st May.

Janmashtami

Date – August 25, 2016
Destination – Mathura and Vrindavan, Uttar Pradesh
Janmashtami, the Birth Day Celebration of Lord Krishna, is one of the largest religious festival organized largely in Mathura and Vrindavan in a grand way by decorating the cities in a memorable way. In 2016, Janmashtami Festival is on 25th of August. The late night festival is full of dance, religious songs, delicious food and a lot more. People during this day Keep fast and worship Lord Krishan’s Child form as soon as moon rises in the night. Tourists from across the world prefer to participate in this festival in Mathura and Vrindavan during this religious festival.

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