Varanasi-Gaya-Bodhgaya-Allahabad-Chitrakoot-Ayodhya-Naimisharanya-Lucknow Tour Packages
Go on a spiritual tour through Varanasi, Gaya, Bodhgaya, Prayagraj, Ayodhya, Naimisharanya, and Lucknow with our tour packages that we carefully designed. Your journey begins in Varanasi, India’s spiritual capital, where the temples along the River Ganges create a mystical atmosphere. In Gaya, perform the sacred Pind Daan rituals, where you can make offerings to your ancestors. Head to Bodhgaya, where Lord Buddha attained enlightenment under the Bodhi tree. Here, you can visit the Mahabodhi Temple, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Witness the spiritual fervor of the Triveni Sangam in Prayagraj where three rivers meet. Explore Chitrakoot’s serene landscapes associated with Lord Rama’s exile. Discover Ayodhya, Lord Rama’s birthplace and its religious significance. Journey to Naimisharanya, where many ancient sages and saints did penance. End your tour in Lucknow, the city of Nawabs, which is famous for its rich cultural heritage and architectural marvels.
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We know that a good arrival is important for our guests. Our staff will be happy to welcome you when you arrive at Varanasi airport or train station. They will take you to your hotel and help you check-in quickly and easily.
After fresh up, drive out in the evening to see the wonderful Ganga Aarti on the Ganges river. You can watch it from a boat if you pay for it. Later, you can walk around the streets and try some delicious street food before going back to the hotel to sleep. You will stay in Varanasi for the night.
Go at 5:30 in the morning to visit three temples in the same place: Old Kashi Vishwanath Temple, Annapurna Temple, and Vishalakshi Temple. On your way back, stop by and visit Kal Bhairav Temple, then head back to your hotel to have breakfast.
After having breakfast, Drive out for the City Tour –Sarnath – the city of Lord Buddha where he came to preach his first Sermon after he achieved Enlightenment at Bodhgaya, It contains the most impressive remains, as well as a Modern Temple; visit the Mulagandhakuti Vihara (Main Temple), Archeological Museum, Chaukhandi Stupa, Dhamekh Stupa, Dharmarajika Stupa and various Monasteries. Visit New Kashi Vishwanath Temple (BHU) also known as Birla Temple, Sankat Mochan Temple, Durga Temple, Tulsi Manas Temple, Tridev Temple and over night stay in Hotel.
Eat breakfast and then take a spiritual trip to Gaya, an old city known for its sacred Pind Daan ceremonies, where you can feel spiritual transcendence. Take part in the revered Pind Daan ceremony, which is a beloved Hindu tradition that honours deceased ancestors and seeks their eternal peace. Also, check out the beautiful Shree Vishnu Temple and experience the divine presence of Lord Vishnu. Visit the Japanese, Chinese, and Tibetan Temples to immerse yourself in the spiritual atmosphere of each temple’s cultural significance. Then, visit Phalguna River for spiritual purification and contemplation. Let the river’s peaceful waters rejuvenate your soul while enjoying the serene surroundings.
Visit important locations associated with Lord Buddha’s life in Bodh Gaya and feel enlightened. Explore UNESCO World Heritage site, Mahabodhi Temple and meditate under the Bodhi tree, where Lord Buddha became enlightened. Return to Varanasi at the end of the day and relax after a soul-stirring journey. Spend the night at the hotel and cherish the transformational memories.
After Having Breakfast, Join our journey through India’s spiritual heart for a soul-enriching adventure. We’ll start at Triveni Sangam, where three holy rivers meet, it’s a breathtaking view! We’ll then head to Hanuman Temple to get blessings and soak up the peaceful atmosphere. After that, we’ll explore Allahabad Fort, built in Emperor Akbar’s time, to marvel at the incredible architecture. Finally, we’ll visit Anand Bhawan, which was once home to the Nehru-Gandhi family and is now an engaging museum about India’s fight for independence.
Visit the peaceful Aalopi Mata Temple and see the local Sitamarhi sights to continue your spiritual journey. Go to the Vindhyachal Temple, devoted to Goddess Durga, for a divine experience. And check out the Asthabhuji and Kali Koh Temples for their amazing atmosphere. In the evening, go to your hotel in Prayagraj to relax and remember your great trip.
Chitrakoot is a place where people go on a spiritual journey. Here, there are many beautiful and meaningful places to visit. Some popular places are considered holy and have a lot of history and stories behind them.
Ramghat: The serene and sacred ghats along the Mandakini River, believed to be where Lord Rama bathed during his exile.
Kamadgiri Hill: A sacred hill associated with Lord Brahma and believed to grant devotees their wishes.
Bharat Milap Temple: A temple commemorating the reunion of Lord Rama and his beloved brother Bharat.
Hanuman Dhara: A waterfall where Lord Hanuman is said to have cooled himself, offering a tranquil spot for meditation.
Sati Anusuya Ashram: Associated with the virtuous Anusuya, wife of Atri Rishi, who possessed great spiritual powers.
Gupt Godavari: A mystical cave housing two small streams that emerge from it, revered as the secret abode of Lord Rama and Lord Sita during their exile.
Janaki Kund: A sacred pond believed to have been created by Goddess Sita herself.
Sphatik Shila: A beautiful rock formation where it is believed that Lord Rama and Goddess Sita used to sit. In the evening, go to your hotel in Allahabad to relax and remember your great trip.
Have breakfast and then go on a spiritual pilgrimage to Ayodhya. There are many holy temples and ancient landmarks to visit. You can start at the peaceful Saryu Temple and then go to Treta Ke Thakur, which is where Lord Rama was born. You can also go to the Hanuman Garhi Temple and the Kanak Bhawan Temple, where Lord Rama and Sita are worshipped together.
After that, you can visit the Swarg Dwar, which is like a gateway to heaven, and learn about the historical importance of Mani Parbat. The most important temple to visit in Ayodhya is the Ram Janam Bhumi Temple, where Lord Rama was born. After a fulfilling day, you can return to Varanasi and relax at your hotel. This pilgrimage will give you cherished memories and a strong sense of spiritual connection. Let our itinerary guide you on this mystical journey, where faith and devotion come together and overnight stay in Ayodhya Hotel.
Naimisharanya is a special place people go to worship and feel close to God. There are many important places to see there, such as:
Chakra Tirth: A sacred spot where Lord Vishnu is believed to have manifested in the form of a chakra (discus).
Lalita Devi Temple: Dedicated to Goddess Lalita, this temple attracts devotees seeking blessings and spiritual solace.
Hanuman Garhi Temple: A revered shrine dedicated to Lord Hanuman, known for its spiritual ambiance and significance.
Vyasa Gaddi: The seat of Maharishi Ved Vyas, who is believed to have composed the Puranas here.
Pandav Kila: Associated with the Pandavas from the epic Mahabharata, this historical site holds great mythological importance.
Chakratirtha Ghat: A sacred ghat on the Gomti River, where devotees take holy dips for spiritual purification.
Dadhichi Kund: Believed to be the spot where Maharishi Dadhichi, a great sage, had performed a self-sacrifice.
Kansa Qila: A site associated with the legendary story of Lord Krishna and the evil king Kansa.
Dashashwamedh Ghat: A revered ghat where the ten-horse sacrifices (Ashwamedha Yajna) are said to have been performed.
Suth Gaddi: A place where Maharishi Suta, a revered sage, narrated the Puranas to the assembled sages. Let our itinerary guide you on this mystical journey, where faith and devotion come together and overnight stay in Ayodhya Hotel.
Having Breakfast and start your Lucknow tour. Lucknow, the capital city of Uttar Pradesh, is a city steeped in history and culture, offering a rich tapestry of attractions for visitors to explore. Some of the prominent local places to visit in Lucknow include:
Bara Imambara: A grand and iconic monument with a labyrinth known as the Bhool Bhulaiya, showcasing impressive Mughal architecture.
Chota Imambara: A beautiful mosque and shrine adorned with intricate designs and chandeliers, also known as the Imambara Hussainabad Mubarak.
Rumi Darwaza: A magnificent gateway resembling an ancient Mughal monument, known for its architectural splendor.
Hazratganj: A bustling shopping district offering a mix of modern stores, restaurants, and colonial-era buildings.
British Residency: A historical site that played a significant role during the Indian Rebellion of 1857, now a museum and memorial.
Lucknow Zoo: One of the oldest zoological gardens in India, home to a diverse range of animal species.
Ambedkar Memorial Park: A sprawling park and memorial dedicated to Dr. B.R. Ambedkar, featuring grand architecture and lush gardens.
Janeshwar Mishra Park: One of Asia’s largest parks, boasting jogging tracks, gardens, and recreational spaces.
Chattar Manzil: An architectural marvel, once the residence of the Nawabs of Awadh, displaying a fusion of Indo-European architectural styles.
Constantia House: A fascinating heritage site resembling a European mansion, showcasing the influence of colonial architecture and Spend the night at the Lucknow hotel and cherish the transformational memories.
Once you have enjoyed breakfast, we kindly request that you proceed to check-out from the hotel. Our team will then arrange for your transfer to Lucknow Airport or Railway Station to continue with your onward or return journey. We sincerely hope that your stay with us has been a pleasant and memorable experience. Thank you for choosing our services and we look forward to welcoming you back in the near future.