Ayodhya Tour Package from Lucknow
Ayodhya tours and travels are delighted to give all the travel freek another reason to rejoice with our Lucknow Ayodhya Varanasi tour package. Both the cities belong to the north part of India and lie within the geographical boundaries of Uttar Pradesh. This will be a 3D/2N Lucknow Varanasi tour package. The Ayodhya tour packages from Lucknow are among the most searched places in Uttar Pradesh. We will make your travel experience memorable. Let us dive into the details of the Lucknow Ayodhya Varanasi tour package.
- DAY 1
Your Lucknow to Ayodhya tour package will commence at 8 am from Lucknow. One of our trained drivers will pick you up at your preferred location in the capital city of Uttar Pradesh. The distance between Lucknow and Ayodhya is close to 140 km. Lucknow to Ayodhya taxi booking service from Ayodhya tour and travel will help you reach Lucknow in just 3 hrs. You will check in at your preferred hotel at around noon. Post your lunch and some relaxation, you can commence your Lucknow to Ayodhya tour package and visit the following places on Day 1:
- Ram Janam Bhoomi
When you visit Ayodhya, the very first place should be Ram Janam Bhoomi. Ayodhya is generally referred to as the place where Shri Ram was born. There is a specific place in Ram Kot Ward of the city where he was first sighted. Ram Janam Bhoomi brings with itself a sense of devotion and happiness. Every second you spend here, you will feel like you have entered a completely new place, full of devotion. It will be one of the highlights of your Lucknow to Ayodhya tour package.
- Hanuman Garhi
Among the most visited pilgrim destinations in Ayodhya, Hanuman Garhi is the temple dedicated to Shree Ram. It is located over a mound in Ayodhya and can be seen from far-flung city areas. Ironically, to visit the temple, you need to climb 76 steps. The Nawab of Awadh gave the land for the temple Hanuman Garhi, and this historic temple was built by one of his concubines in the middle of the tenth century. Lucknow to Ayodhya taxi booking is available for this place.
- Ganga Arti
Situated on the banks of the river Saryu, you can witness the magnificent Ganga Arti. This takes place every morning and also during the evening time. We recommend you to visit it during the evening time because the exquisite lighting is sure to make you spellbound. People come from far places, especially participating in the Ganga Arti and satisfying themselves.
After visiting the Ganga Arti, you can do some local window shopping. Ayodhya is a place that has small shops which have a lot of collections of sculptures, small toys, candles, lights, etc. By this, your Lucknow to Ayodhya tour package day 1 will end.
- Ram ki Paidi
Day 2 of your Lucknow to Ayodhya tour by car will start with the historic Ram ki Paidi. Ram ki Paidi, like Har ki Paidi in Haridwar, is a flight of steps on Nayaghat near the bank of the Saryu river in the holy city of Ayodhya. At this place, huge crowds of pilgrims and devotees take a bath in the sacred waters of the historic river. It is to be noted that The original steps or the paidis were washed away by the torrential rains and the river’s strong currents.
- Nageshwarnath Temple
Situated at Ram Ki Pairi in Ayodhya, the renowned Nageshwarnath Temple, as the name suggests, is dedicated to the God Shiva, also known as Nageshwar Nath or Lord of Snakes. God Shiva is also the presiding god of this temple. The temple houses a unique combination of twelve Jyotirlingams in its sanctum sanctorum. It will be your penultimate tourist place to visit in your Lucknow to Ayodhya tour by car.
- Dashrath Bhavan
Dasrath Bhavan is located in the heart of Ayodhya. It is believed to have been constructed at the exact location where the original palace of the King, and the father of Lord Ram existed. It is believed that Lord Ram along with his siblings, spent their childhood and youth in this area. The Bhavan houses a shrine with the idols of Shri Ram, Lakshman and Sita. The temple has a big and colourful entrance that is easily accessible.
With Dashrath Bhavan, your first city of the Lucknow to Ayodhya tour package will finish. We will then take you to Varanasi in your Ayodhya tour packages from Lucknow. The distance between Ayodhya to Varanasi is around 220km. You will depart from Ayodhya around 1 pm and reach Varanasi in the next 4 hours. After reaching Varanasi, you can visit the following place during the evening time:
- Manikarnika Ghat
Evening time is always special at Varanasi. You can visit the Manikarnika, the main cremation ghat in the city. It is said that the people who die are often laid to rest here as they attain Moksha. According to the Hindu mythology, there is a myth that says Devi Parvati’s ear ornaments which she was wearing, fell at the exact spot of this ghat when Lord Shiva came here with her. Although the atmosphere at the Manikarnika Ghat is rather grim here most days, it is still a historical place to visit in Varanasi. It is also famous as the “burning ghat”.
- Dashashwamedh Ghat
Dashashwamedh Ghat will be one of the best attractions of your Lucknow Varanasi tour package. Among the plethora of ghats available in Varanasi, this is the oldest ghat and the most special one. In movies and TV serials, you might have seen the video footage of people taking baths and praying with Diyas in their hands. All these are from this ghat itself. It is often abuzz with hordes of people who flock to it to wash away their sins and pray. Ascetics, the Hindu devotees and tourists from across India and abroad, visit this place daily.
Lucknow Ayodhya Varanasi tour package day three will be the day to explore the city of Varanasi that is known for its temples and ghats. You can visit the below mentioned three places from 8 am till 3 pm.
- Gyan Vyapi well
Gyan Vyapi well is a unique sculpture situated in the city of Varanasi. The name of this well signifies the well of wisdom, which is exactly what is believed about the water of this well. It is thought that the Jyotirling, the sculpture that was removed from the old Kashi Vishwanath Temple that Mughal emperor Aurangzeb destroyed, is still intact at the bottom of the well. It has been present here since the 17th century when the old temple was demolished to build the mosque adjacent to the well. The Gyan Vyapi well is one of the most important attractions of your Lucknow Varanasi tour package.
- Ramnagar Fort
Located across the Ganga River from Tulsi Ghat, the Ramnagar fort was built out of sandstone in AD 1750 on the orders of Raja Balwant Singh, who was the King of Banaras at the time. He and his descendants have been living in this fort for more than a century now. Even though Hindu kings built the Ramnagar fort, it is a testament to the region’s diversity that it was built in the Mughal architectural style. It has within itself the Veda Vyasa Temple, the King’s living marvellous quarters, and a museum dedicated to regional history.
- Assi Ghat
Assi Ghat is the location where the legendary poet Tulsidas passed away. This ghat is regarded as the most popular ghats among the tourists in Varanasi. It is expected that More than 3000 people visit the Assi ghat every day. When you are here, you can go on a leisurely boat ride on the river or can even opt for a hot air balloon excursion! Devotees bathe here before conducting rituals as the water is said to be very pure and divine.
With Assi ghat, your Lucknow Ayodhya Varanasi tour package will end. You will be escorted back to your hotel, post which our trained driver will take you back to your originating city that is Lucknow. You will reach Luckhnos by around 9 pm.
- Return Airport / Railway Station transfer & all Sightseeing as per the itinerary selected by you.
- Private Accommodation option provided at all destinations with complimentary breakfast
- All tours and transfers as per itinerary by an AC Vehicle.
- Meet & greet once you arrive at the location.
- Local Sightseeing in a private vehicle
- Pick and Drop facility provided at the time of arrival/departure
- Driver’s allowance, Road tax, and Fuel charges all included
- All tours and transfers by Private Car is included in the fare
- Camera fee inside monuments
- Alcoholic / Non- Alcoholic beverages are served
- Travel insurance
- 5% GST as per Gov regulations
- Any Airfare / Train fare to be borne by the traveler
- Expenses caused by factors beyond our control like rail and flight delays, sudden natural calamity, etc.
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