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3 Days - Varanasi Tour including Sarnath

Duration : 03 Days / 02 Nights
Destination Covered : Varanasi, Sarnath


Being a picturesque city, Varanasi is thronged by numerous tourists every year. This holy city of India is also known as one of the popular tourist destinations that boost tourism in India.
The city offers spiritual enlightenment and mental peace. The city is famous for its rich culture that is carried on since centuries and followed by generations. Get a whole new feeling and ultimate touring experience by taking a full day trip to Varanasi.

Trip Highlights
  • A must to visit for First Timers
  • Amazing historical or cultural tour
  • Tips from the natives
Tour Itinerary
Day 01 : Arrival Varanasi - Attend Aarti

Our Tour Executive will welcome you on reaching the Airport or Railway Station in Varanasi. He will assist you in the check-in process to the pre-booked hotel. On the way he will give a brief about your Varanasi tour and will hand over the tour documents on reaching the hotel.
In the evening, attend the grand Aarti (Hindu ritual) performed by several priests, reciting mantras along with the sound of bells, drums and cymbals.

Day 02 : Boat Ride Ganges - Sarnath excursion

Cruise across the Ganges during sunrise, while observing the Hindu lifestyle and rituals. Take a stroll in the narrow lanes of Old Varanasi. Visit the area around Kashi Vishwnath Temple [Only Hindus are allowed to enter] also known as Golden Temple.

Take a drive to Sarnath post breakfast and pay a visit to the Buddhist monuments and edifices.

Day 03 : BHU, City Tour - Back Airport for Home

Go for city tour post breakfast. Visit Banaras Hindu University [BHU], Bharat Kala Bhawan, New Kashi Vishwnath temple, Durga temple, Bharat Mata Temple and Tulasi Manas Temple.

Then move towards airport to board a flight for a journey back home.

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