Buddhist travels in India are some of the most pious journeys Buddhists take up with an aim of attaining their own enlightenment. With our classically and intricately designed Andhra Pradesh Buddhist tour of 7 days and 6 nights you will be able to douse yourself in some unmatched spiritualism.
Day 1 :Arrival in Hyderabad
Once you arrive in Hyderabad out tour representative will greet you and smoothly transfer you to your allotted hotel where you will freshen up and get ready to head out for a brief sightseeing of the city which will involve a visit to Golconda fort – one of the moat iconic and majestic landmarks in the city of Hyderabad.
Being spread over a vast area, the sightseeing will take the remainder of the day after which you will be made to head on back to your allotted hotel for an overnight stay.
Day 2 :Hyderabad – Nagarjunakonda – Hyderabad
Early in the morning after having your breakfast you will be made to head on towards the beautiful site of Nagarjunakonda. Located at a distance of 3 hours and 30 mines from the main city of Hyderabad this place is a historical town consisting of some of the richest collection of Hindu and Buddhist shrines. The sightseeing of this site will take an entire day after which you will be made to head on back to your hotel back in Hyderabad.
Day 3 :Hyderabad – Warangal
After breakfast, your road journey to the beautiful city of Warangal will commence which can be reached after covering a road journey of 3 hours and 20 mines. Once you arrive you will be immediately checked in to your hotel here. Post freshening up you will be assisted on a sightseeing tour of the city which will be covering the following locations – a Shivalaya where Lord Ramalingeswara is worshipped and the entire temple is a mark to remarkable architectural work; Warangal Fort – a 12th century creation boasting of majestic architectural wonders complete with richly adorned, fine intricate carvings and designs; thousand pillar temple – a UNESCO world heritage site and one of the finest specimens of exquisite architecture and design work; Pakhal Lake – a serene manmade lake present inside the premises of the Pakhal wildlife sanctuary and a quiet place where you can take a moment to connect with your surroundings as well as yourself.
You will then be made to head back to your hotel in Warangal for an overnight stay.
Day 4 :Warangal – Vijayawada
Early in the morning, you will be made to head on towards Vijayawada, which is situated at a road journey distance of 5 hours. Upon arrival, you will be immediately checked in to your hotel here for an overnight stay. After having your lunch you will be free to freshen up by taking a nap. In the evening you have the option of exploring the city on foot by a leisurely stroll.
Day 5 :Vijayawada – Amravati – Vijayawada
Early in the morning before heading onward towards Amravati, you will be made to visit the famous Durga mandir of Vijayawada. Located at a road journey distance of 1 hour and 20 mines, you will be made to explore some of the most iconic and magnificent centres of Buddhist pilgrimage like the temples and stupas here. The medieval ruins of the Buddhist stupas offer the visitors some insight into the bygone era. After a day of Sightseeing in Amravati, you will be made to head back to Vijayawada where you will be spending the night.
Day 6 :Vijayawada – Visakhapatnam
Your early morning will commence with a road trip to the beautiful town of Visakhapatnam which is located at a distance of 7 hours and 5 mines. Upon arriving at Vishakhapatnam in the evening you will be immediately checked in to your hotel. After resting for a while you have the option of heading out, taking a stroll and exploring the nearby places and beaches on foot.
Day 7 :Visakhapatnam – Delhi
Early in the morning after some time you will be assisted to the airport where you will catch the flight heading towards Delhi from where you will head onwards toward your desired destination.