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Considered as one of the holiest towns in India, Varanasi occupies a special place in the hearts of people and devotees across the globe. Located in the state of Uttar Pradesh this Varanasi tour package offers you a glimpse into the rich culture and colorful heritage which makes this place the “spiritual capital of the world”. Availed by tourists from around the world and across the sub-continent, Varanasi is flanked by tourists throughout the year. Known for its vibrancy and one of a kind experience this holy town has always been the focal point of religious growth.

This holy town is known for its narrow winding streets, incense-laden air, and delicious local food along with being home to almost 2,000 temples. Considered as one of the most important Hindu pilgrimage site, the Kashi Vishwanath Mandir, dedicated to Lord Shiva, is also situated here. Planning a trip to Varanasi will definitely rejuvenate your soul, freshen up your mind and leave you feeling a sense of peace. Sitting on the banks of River Ganga this town is one of the main and the most important religious hub in India.

The Varanasi tour package covers every place which is considered important by Hindu and Buddhist devotees. From the Ganga river tour, Allahabad Ayodhya tour to Varanasi, Bodhgaya and Chitrakoot we offer packages that are not only easy on your pockets but also take you on a tranquil journey which will close to your heart for years to come. Experience Varanasi like never before, with our carefully curated packages of, Allahabad, Gaya, Ayodhya and, Chitrakoot which will make you see this wonderful town in a whole new light. Our tour packages also contain local one-day sightseeing tour of Varanasi to a more elaborate option of 8 days.

Along with being one of the most important religious sites for Hindu devotees this city is also an important center for people practicing Buddhism. It is the same place where Lord Buddha achieved enlightenment by making this ancient city a major Buddhism center. This place has also served as an inspiration center for philosophical sage Tulsidas to write Ram Charit Manas. Established in the 8th century, the town is still growing at a constant rate not just in the field of religion but also in the industrial sphere. The tour packages which we are offering also include spending some substantial time in getting to knows Buddhism on a grass root level.

Experience this ancient city of joy and explore what makes it one of the most pious and sacred centers in the world.

Ganges River Tour

Prayag Ayodhya Varanasi Gaya

Varanasi Allahabad Tour

Varanasi Sightseeing Tour

Varanasi Bodhgaya Chitrakoot

Varanasi Sarnath Bodhgaya

Varanasi Tour By IRCTC

Varanasi Prayag Chitrakoot

Varanasi Sarnath Tour

Naimisharanya Ayodhya Prayag

Varanasi Naimisharanya Tour

Varanasi Ayodhya Prayag

Varanasi Allahabad Ayodhya

Varanasi Pryag Chitrakoot

Varanasi Temple Tour

FAQs for Varanasi Tour

If you have decided to go to this amazing hoy destination then you may have a lot of questions in your mind. This will definitely one of the most memorable and probably a life changing trip as well. Here are some well curated top questions asked by people traveling to Varanasi, check it out and you may find the answers to your doubts as well.

Varanasi is well connected with almost all the major and minor places in India via airways, railways and even by road. However, if you are going on this tour then the most convenient way will be to book a tour package for Varanasi. However, if you are travelling without the luxuries of a package then here is how you can make your way about it:

By Road – Travel via state and government run bus services which cater to all the nearby towns. Volvo is also a good option to get here.

By Railway – It is one of the most preferred ways of getting there due to its high density of connectivity in all the places in and around Varanasi. It’s perfect choice for travellers from Delhi, Agra, Lucknow, Mumbai, Chennai etc.

By Airway – There is 1 major airport in Varanasi that caters to a number of flights on a daily basis from a number of major cities. This may be a bit expensive choice.

Due to its location Varanasi experiences a typical tropical weather conditions where the summer season is hot and humid; the monsoon season is when every where you experience heavy rainfall and a possibility of flooding and winter becomes very cold. The time for you will be to visit either during the spring time of February, March and April or during the autumn time of September, October and November.

Varanasi doesn’t have any dearth of places to visit since this place is also famous for being one of the oldest living cities in the world. There are several places like temples and ghats which would definitely be a treat for people who are deeply spiritual and are looking for a religious experience with their family.

Here are some must visit places which you cannot miss out on – Temples: Kashi Vishwanath Temple, Sankat Mochan Hanuman Mandir, Tulsi Manas Temple, Durga Temple, Bharat Mata Mandir; Ghats – Dasashwamedh Ghat, Manikarnika Ghat, Assi Ghat, Shivala Ghat, Kedar Ghat; other places of interest – Nepali Temple, Tibetan Temple, New Vishwanath Temple BHU, Chunar Fort; other experiences – Vishwanath gali visit, Ganga aarti experience, boat ride on Ganga River, St. Mary’s church visit etc.

Varanasi remains thronged with tourists throughout the year. It is a very safe, welcoming and warm environment for travellers who visit this place from all over the world. you will encounter people travelling in groups, solo, families among others. So you will also get a chance to interact with people from different beliefs and religions. The local people of Varanasi are also very welcoming towards tourists and travellers.

Being one of the most sought-after tourist destinations in India there is a huge range of accommodation available depending on your budget you can choose from luxury stays to budget hostels, hotel rooms and lodges. However, make sure to get the bookings for hotel and accommodation done before hand especially during the peak seasons to avoid no booking situations.