Varanasi Ayodhya Premium Package
Embark on a spiritual journey through the ancient cities of Varanasi and Ayodhya with our meticulously crafted tour plan. Immerse yourself in the divine atmosphere of Varanasi, known for its ghats, temples, and cultural richness. Experience the sacred Ganga Aarti and explore the spiritual heritage of these holy cities in your Varanasi Ayodhya package tours from Kolkata. Visit Ram Mandir with your favourite Varanasi Ayodhya premium package with Nature Canvas Travel.
Continue your pilgrimage to Ayodhya, the birthplace of Lord Rama. Visit the revered Ram Janmabhoomi, Hanuman Garhi, and other significant sites that hold historical and religious importance. Our Varanasi Ayodhya tour plan ensures a seamless blend of spirituality, culture, and history, offering you an unforgettable travel experience. Discover the essence of these sacred cities with our thoughtfully curated itinerary. Feel free to customize your Varanasi Ayodhya tour package and discover sacred sites.
Varanasi Ayodhya tour plan 4 nights 5 days
Day 1 - Arrival at Varanasi (2 Nights)
Reach your destination at Varanasi airport/railway station and go on to hotel. Later than hotel check-in carry on for older town trip various ghats of Varanasi like Manikarnika, Pechanga ghat, Harishchandra ghat etc. by boat. Later on enjoy Ganga Aarti at Dasashwamedh Ghat. During night stay in Varanasi.
Day 2 - Varanasi city tour
Early one morning take on for Pind Dan at river Ganga (optional- at additional price) and visit the mainly religious Kashi Vishwanath temple, Later than mealtime visit the Durga temple, Sankat Mochan (Hanuman temple), Manas Mandir, BHU. Later on carry on for day tour to Sarnath. Sarnath is the spot where Buddha delivered his first sermon to his disciple. The attraction at Sarnath is the Buddha temples, the Dhamekha stupa, Chaukhandi stupa and the archaeological museum. All through night in Varanasi.
Day 3 - Varanasi – Ayodhya (1 Night) (220 KM/5.5 Hrs)
Later than mealtime carry on to Ayodhya from Varanasi and later on visit Hanuman Garhi, Kanak Bhawan, Sita Ki Rasoi. In evening see the aarti in bank of river Sarayu. During night in Ayodhya.
Day 4 - Ayodhya – (180 km 4 Hrs) - Prayagraj (130 km 3 Hrs) - Varanasi (1 Night)
Later than breakfast carry on to Varanasi. On the way visit Prayagraj here visit Sangam (the gathering of Ganges, Yamuna and legendry Saraswati. Also visit Anand Bhavan- the previous home of Nehru family which has at this time been transformed into a museum showcasing a variety of artefacts and article of the era of freedom movement in India, Laying Hanuman Temple-The holy place is an underground pit which houses an enormous picture of Lord Hanuman in a false place. Later on go on to Varanasi. During night in Varanasi.
Day 5 - Varanasi – Departure
Later than breakfast, go on to Varanasi Airport/ Station to board flight/ train to your place of birth. Festival concludes. Let’s stay in touch and meet once more on a new unforgettable Holiday.
Places to visit in Varanasi Ayodhya package tour:
Explore the spiritual heart of India with our guide to must-visit places in Varanasi and Ayodhya. Immerse yourself in the ancient cultural and religious tapestry of Varanasi, where the Ganges River flows serenely and vibrant ghats beckon. Discover Ayodhya, the birthplace of Lord Rama, with its rich history and sacred sites. Uncover the spiritual essence of these timeless cities and create unforgettable memories. Both Varanasi and Ayodhya offer a unique spiritual and cultural experience, with a mix of ancient temples, ghats, and historical sites.
Places to visit in Ayodhya Ram Mandir Tour:
Ram Janmabhoomi Temple: This is believed to be the birthplace of Lord Rama. The construction of the temple has been a significant event in Indian history.
Hanuman Garhi: A temple dedicated to Lord Hanuman, situated on a hill. It provides a panoramic view of Ayodhya.
Kanak Bhawan: A temple dedicated to Lord Rama and his consort Sita. The temple is known for its beautiful idols and intricate architecture.
Treta Ke Thakur: This temple is believed to be the spot where Lord Rama performed the Ashvamedha Yajna.
Ramkot: A fort on the banks of the Saryu River, believed to be the site of Lord Rama's fort.
Nageshwarnath Temple: Dedicated to Lord Shiva, this temple is considered one of the oldest in Ayodhya.
Places to visit in Varanasi:
Kashi Vishwanath Temple: One of the holiest temples dedicated to Lord Shiva. The temple is a major pilgrimage site for Hindus.
Dashashwamedh Ghat: A popular and vibrant ghat on the banks of the Ganges River where the famous Ganga Aarti takes place every evening.
Sarnath: Located just outside Varanasi, Sarnath is where Lord Buddha gave his first sermon. The site has several stupas, monasteries, and a museum.
Assi Ghat: Another prominent ghat along the Ganges, known for its peaceful atmosphere and cultural activities.
Banaras Hindu University (BHU): Explore the sprawling campus and visit the Bharat Kala Bhavan Museum, which houses a rich collection of artifacts.
How to travel Ayodhya from Varanasi?
Distance between Ayodhya from Varanasi is 4 hr 30 min (219 km) via NH731 and NH 330.
♦ The cheapest way to arrive at from Varanasi to Ayodhya is board a train to Ayodhya which takes about 4 to 5 hrs.
♦ The fastest and recommended way to reach Ayodhya from Varanasi is train to Ayodhya and takes 3h 42m.
A full-day tour would be enough to explore the best of Ayodhya. You can cover major attractions including Ramjanma Bhoomi, Hanuman Garhi, Kanak Bhawan, Nageshwarnath Temple, and more. Book a premium trip to Ayodhya from Kolkata Delhi Mumbai Varanasi or Ahmedabad @best price call
Which train station is from Varanasi to Ayodhya Dham Ram Mandir?
Varanasi Junction (BSB) and Ayodhya Dham Junction (AY). Ayodhya Dham Junction is the new name of Ayodhya Junction.
Which railway station is near to Ram Mandir Ayodhya?
Ayodhya Dham Railway station to Ram mandir Distance is only 1.2 km by via Kalyan Singh Road. Ayodhya Ram Mandir Nearest Railway Station: Ayodhya Dham Junction. It is well connected to major cities in India.
What is special in Ayodhya?
Ayodhya is one of the most religious spots in India. This is the hometown of Lord Ram and hence, holds nice holy significance between the devotees of the Hindu religion. This bless city is placed in Uttar Pradesh.
Is Kashi and Varanasi same?
Varanasi, or Benaras, (also well-known as Kashi) is one of the oldest living cities in the world. Varanasi`s reputation in Hindu mythology is nearly unknown.
How much time required to see Ayodhya?
A recommended itinerary could be 2 days in Ayodhya, 2-3 days in Varanasi, and 2 days in Allahabad, give you a total of 6-7 days for the tour.
What is famous in Varanasi for eating?
The famous Varanasi food is something most travelers fall in love with. Be it Kachori sabzi, baati chokha, rabri Jalebi or tamatar chat, almost all famous foods in Varanasi are rare and tasty.
What is special in Varanasi?
Varanasi is connected with support of spiritualism, mysticism, Sanskrit, yoga and Hindi language and grateful authors such as the most popular novelist Prem Chand and Tulsi Das, the popular saint-poet who wrote Ram Charit Manas.
Is it worth visiting Ayodhya now?
Many sanctuaries honoring Lord Ram are placed in the town, and so many Hindus believe that going to Ayodhya and praying at these shrines can be helpful. Muslims, who observe the Babri Masjid mosque as a main spiritual spots, importance the town as fine.
What is famous sweet in Varanasi?
Mainly Varanasi sweets have a milk and ghee base like the Magdal, Sankat Mochan ke Laddoo, Parval Mithai, Kheer Mohan and Launglatika among others. The most famous Ras Malai , Rabari , Kheer Mohan , Gulab Jamun , Raso Gulla(many variants) , Cham-Cham , lal Peda , Raj Bhog , Kheer Kadam , Malai Gillauri , Kaju Barfi etc.
What is the famous drink in Varanasi?
Today, bhang lassi is still addicted in India, mainly in the divine town of Varanasi. It is a famous beverage between the locals and is most devoured in festivals, weddings, and other religious ceremonies, such as Mahashivaratri.