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Hindu Pilgrimage with Gaya Amritsar Tour

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Tour Details

Duration: 12 Nights / 13 Days

Destination: Kashi, Allahabad, Ayodhaya, Nemisharan, Gaya, Agra, Kurukshetra, Amritsar, Haridwar, Rishikesh, Delhi

NTP India Tourism Hindu Pilgrimage tour of 13 day cover northern india and rediscover Hinduism like never before, take the opportunity to feel at peace with god and soul.

Tour Itinerary

Day- 1: Gaya to Allahabad

Pick up from Gaya(Pind Pradan, Vishnu Pag, Mangla Gauri) and Bodhgaya Sightseen and start for Allahabad, Allahabad reach and Stay at night

Day- 2: Allahabad to Varanasi

Allahabad Sightseen( triveni Sangam, Pind pradan, Allahabad Fort, Hanuman Mandir, BHardwaj Ashram, Nehru Bhavan) On arrival you will be picked up and transfer to your pre-booked hotel.  Leave for Varanasi and Stay at night.

Day 3: Varanasi

Ganga River bath, Kashi Vishwanath Darshan,Annapurna Mandir,Vishalakshi Temple,Kalbhairav Temple Sankat Mochan, Kauri amma and Then you will taken for the Evening you will be taken to the bank of River Ganges where you witness the Evening Ceremony ( prayer ) of River Ganges in form of Godess Ganga and stay at night in varanasi

Day 4: Varanasi to Ayodhya

Varanasi Sightseen(Sarnath,Vyas Kashi,Birla Temple, and World famous Varansi Silk Sari factory etc). Excursion trip to Sarnath – The Sacred Place of Lord Buddha, where he preached his first sermon after attaining incarnation.starting at mid-night for Ayodhya.

Day 5: Varanasi / Ayodhya ( 200 Kms / 04 hrs ) and onward to Nemisharan

After breakfast, drive for the Birth Place of Lord Rama – Ayodhya. On arrival check-in to your pre-booked hotel. Then you will be taken for the temple tour of Ayodhya to visit the Ram Janam Bhumi, Moti Mahal, Hanuman Garhi, Tulsi Smarak, Sita Ki Rasoi & Chakra Harji Vishnu Leave for Nemisharan and night stay at Nemisharan

Day 6: Nemisharan to Agra

Nemisharan Sightseen (Balaji Temple, ChakraTeerth, Punch Pandava Temple, Kali Temple, Hanuman Mandir and start to Agra

Day 7: Agra to Mathura Vrindavan

Breakfast checkout riven for the City of Taj Mahal – Agra. On the way you will be provided stop at Sikandra to take picture of Sikandra Tomb, where Mughal Emperor Akbar was buried. On arrival, guided tour of Agra to visit World Famous Monument of Love – Taj Mahal, built by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his beloved wife Mumtaj after her death as a memorial. You will be taken up to Taj by Traditional Tonga ( Horse Cart ). Followed by the Agra Fort to see its Deewan–E–Aam, Deewan–E–Khas & Moti Masjid. After sightseeing, Proceed for Mathura and Vrindavan. night stay at Vrindawan

Day 8: Vrindavan to Mathura

Morning after breakfast drive for Birth Place of Lord Krishna – Mathura. On arrival check-in to your pre-booked hotel. Then after freshen-up you will be taken for the temple tour of Mathura to visit the Krishna Janambhoomi, Dwarkadhish Temple & Banke Bihari Temple. Then you will be provided free time to visit local Ashrams and other temples. Evening you can attend the Arti ( Prayer ) at Dwarikadhish Temple. Overnight stay at your hotel.

Day 9: Mathura to Delhi to Kurushetra

Morning 5 am start for Delhi sightseeen(Raj bhavan,Red Fort, Zama msque, Lotus Temple, Birla Temple, Kutumbminar,Himanyun Makbara, India Gate etc) go to Kurukshetra and night stay over there.

Day 10: Kurukshetra Sightseen and night stay

Brahma Sarovar: Brahma Sarovar is a picturesque lake where exquisiteness, history and myths overlap each other. Surrounded by an array of sacred temples, it proffers salubrious and pleasant ambience to the devotees. Moreover, the Sarovar has its mention in the ancient book called Kitab-Ul-Hind, which was written down by Alberuni (advisor of Turkish Ruler Mahmud Ghaznavi).

Bhadrakali Temple: Addressed to Goddess Bhadrakali, the shrine is one of the Shakti Peethas where desires of the devotees are deemed to be nurtured. According to the myths, the Pandavas had offered prayers to Goddess Durga to attain a benefit of victory in the battle of Mahabharata.

Sthaneshwar Mahadev Temple: Another celebrated site that holds close connection with the Pandavas kith and kin, Sthaneshwar Mahadev Temple is one of the highly visited Shiva Shrines in the striking town of Kurukshetra. There is a holy tank situated next to the temple which is believed to have some medicinal properties.

Krishna Museum: Set up in 1987 by Kurukshetra Development Board, Krishna Museum has portrayed the different characters of Lord Krishna from 1st century to 11th century. There are many things in the museum that will certainly allure the attention of the visitors including Lord Ganesha statue, wooden panels, palm-leaf etchings and miniature paintings.

Day 11: Kurushetra to Amritsar 5hours (300km and onward to Haridwar

Kurukshetra to Amritsar(Golden Temple), Wagah Border and go to Haridwar and night stay over at amritsar

Day 12: Amritsar to Haridwar (7hrs)

Drive from Amritsar to Haridwar . Arrive by evening hari ki pauri and Ganga Aarti and night stay at Haridwar

Day 13: Haridwar to Delhi

Haridwar checkout and Drive to Rishikesh & onward to Delhi & Drop at the Airport or Railways station


Package Include:

Private Vehicle for Transfer and Sightseeing

Guide During Sightseeing

Accommodation with breakfast

City tour as per the Itinerary

All hotel tax

Package Exclude :

Guide, meals , laundry, telephone,portage, tips, GST 5% and and extras not mentioned as inclusions


Cost: On Request


Payment Gateway Link: Payment Gateway Online card payments


Account Title : NTP Tourism Affairs Ltd.
Bank : HDFC Bank
Bank A/C : 12202560000897
Branch : Opposite Super Bazar Connaught Circus New Delhi -110001 (India)
NEFT Code : HDFC0001220


Account Title : NTP Tourism Affairs Ltd.
Bank : ICICI Bank
Bank A/C : 000705004621
Branch : Phelps Building, Connaught Place, New Delhi-110001 (India)
IFSC Code : ICIC0000007
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