This will be your first day of Varanasi Ayodhya Prayagraj tour. Arrive in Varanasi in the morning by train or flight. Upon arrival meet and greet by our representative, we provide transfer to the hotel. Check-in at the hotel and take rest for an hour. Later you leave the hotel for Varanasi sightseeing: visit the Bharat Mata Mandir dedicated to Mother India.
After that, if you wish to visit a local market in Varanasi go for some shopping. Also, witness the sunset and the prayer offering rituals done along the bank of the holy river Ganges. Later you return to the hotel and stay overnight at Varanasi hotel.
In the morning after breakfast, you start your day with a visit to “Kashi Vishwanath Temple” the most important place in Varanasi. Then you visit ” Banaras Hindu University” one of the biggest and oldest universities in India. In the afternoon you must visit the famous ghat of Kashi/ Varanasi like
Dasaswamedh Ghat-Known as one of the oldest ghats in Varanasi located near Vishwanath Temple. It is famous for the evening Aarti of the Ganges and the heavy crowd all the time.
Assi Ghat– Located in the south part of Varanasi and comparative low crowded, but it is also one most important ghat in Varanasi.
Baharat Kala Bhavan Museum– Located within the campus of BHU, After sightseeing, you return to the hotel and stay overnight.
After breakfast check out from hotel and drive for Ayodhya. Ayodhya which was an important city of the Kosala mahajanapada located on the bank of Sarayu River, Ayodhya is knowns as the birthplace of Lord Rama. Ayodhya city has a large number of temples that commemorate the birth of Rama. This sacred town remains inextricably linked to the legend of Rama and thus holds a lot of importance in Hinduism. the second most famous temple is Hanuman Garhi in Ayodhya. Other famous sights in Ayodhya is Kanak Bhawan, Sita Rasoi, Bharat Kund, etc. In the evening, return to the hotel and stay overnight.
After breakfast check out and drive for Prayagraj that is earlier known as Allahabad, you can see here the confluence of Ganga, Yamuna and the mythical Saraswati River has offered much cultural and political importance for nearly 3000 years now. Prayagraj ( Allahabad) was a major centre of the Independence Movement during British India. Today, Allahabad is a prosperous province and its tree-lined avenues and the congested old city offers a commendable contrast. You can visit Allahabad Fort was built in 1583 has a famous Ashokan pillar it is said that was brought from Kaushambi. Other famous sights are ‘Undying Banyan Tree’ called Akshaivata. Khusro Bagh, Anand Bhavan (ancestral home of India’s premier political dynasty, the Nehru-Gandhi family), Allahabad Museum, it is also one of the four Kumbh Mela are the major highlights of Allahabad( Prayagraj) stay overnight in Prayagraj.
This will be the last day of your Varanasi Ayodhya Prayagraj tour. The morning after breakfast we provide you transfer to Railway station or Varanasi airport for onward journey.