Varanasi Tour Packages

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At BiharTrip, a Varanasi Trip Package takes the vacationers on a mitigating temple tour and enables them to discover the locals of the city as per their preferences. Apart from that the attractive architectural wonders of the kings of Bengal and Maharajas of Rajasthan makes Varanasi a colorful palette of the artistic wonders, faith and rich artistic heritage. The aartis and the detached of earthen lamps over the water of River Ganga during the evening is also an imperative element of the distinctiveness of Varanasi. It is also a favorable place for death. It is said that individuals who die here will be free from the cycle of birth and death.

Most Popular Places to Visit in Varanasi Tour Packages

  • Dashashwamedh Ghat
  • Assi Ghat
  • Kashi Vishwanath Temple
  • Chunar Fort
  • Tulsi Manasa Temple
  • Shivala Ghat
  • Banaras Hindu University
  • Rana Mahal Ghat
  • Alamgir Mosque
  • Bharat Mata Temple
  • Dhamek Stupa
  • Ganga Aarti
  • Durga Mandir
  • Sankat Mochan Mandir
  • khidkiya Ghat
  • Trade Center Museum


Ganga Aarti

Ganga Aarti is an imperative ritual held on an impressive scale every morning and evening on the banks of the divine Ganges. The priests operate the Aarti at Dashashwamedh Ghat. The complete Ghat gets illumined with a divine light that can be felt muscularly. The magnificent ritual includes huge brass lamps lit with oil and the pastors chanting holy mantras that resound throughout the entire location.

Dashashwamedh Ghat

The key ghat in Varanasi on the Ganges River, Dashashwamedh Ghat is a flamboyant place better known for its spiritual transcendence. It is common knowledge that Lord Brahma forgone 10 horses in a yajna here, and thus the name. Dashashwamedh Ghat tops the list of popular places to visit in Varanasi at night as it is a convincing space to dawdle in this small town. Be here for the Agni Pooja or Ganga aarti, as it is prevalently called.

Assi Ghat

When it comes to popular places to visit in Varanasi, the city's southernmost main ghat frequently tops the list. Assi Ghat's star lure is a Shiva lingam (phallic symbolised the Hindu deity) beneath a sacred fig tree. It draws hundreds of tourists every day, who come to worship Lord Shiva after bathing in the Ganges River. Feeling a little inflexible from traveling? Swing by Assi Ghat at sunrise, when you can get your descending-facing dog on with dozens of others throughout morning yoga convoyed by live music every day. Travelers can also see another Ganga Aarti performance here during the evening, which is slightly slighter and more nearby than the one at Dasaswamedh Ghat.

Kashi Vishwanath Temple

In our Kashi Tour Package, this temple is a major attraction to visit in Varanasi. Whereas it is situated on the western bank of holy river Ganga in Varanasi, Kashi Vishwanath Temple is one of the 12 Jyotirlingas or temples enthusiastic to Lord Shiva. The foremost deity of Kashi Vishwanath Temple is Lord Shiva, also better known as Vishwanatha or Vishweshwarar meaning 'the ruler of the universe'. The city of Varanasi, the artistic and cultural capital of India, is thus better known as the city of Lord Shiva. The temple has 800 kg of gold plating on its tower. Camera, mobile and phones, electronic devices are not permitted inside and must be dumped in lockers outside. Foreigners can enter from Gate number 2 where they can walk past the Indians waiting for their turn. There is also a well present within the temple complex named Jnana Vapi or sense well which only Hindus are allowed to enter.

Chunar Fort

This is a small fort situated on the little diversion between Varanasi and Prayagraj, and it has played a momentous role in shaping the history of India. The fort is located on the banks of river Ganga and is also named Tilismi Quila or Magical Fort because it was contained in the novel “Chandrakanta”. Some of the most prevalent movies, such as Gangs of wasseypur were also shot here. The Fort has observed the reign of different dynasties such as the Mauryans, Gupta dynasty of the Mughals, etc. Chunar Fort is also better known for stone trading as it is situated in Kaimur Hills, which is the only place in this region that is better known to produce good superior stones.

Tulsi Manasa Temple

Built-in 1964, this temple is enthusiastic to Lord Rama and is called after the saint-poet Tulsi Das. It represents the Shikhara style of architecture and exhibits different inscriptions from the Ram Charit Manas on the walls of the temple. Different episodes of Ramayana have also been portrayed on the upper storey of the temple in the form of carvings. The temple is a must visit throughout the months of Saawan (July - August) when it opens up a superior display of puppets, connected to Ramayana, and is a fun experience for everyone.

Shivala Ghat

We have dissimilar packages with different Varanasi Trip Cost but we include every important and attractive destination in our packages to visit in Varanasi. Likewise, Shivala Ghat is one of the most popular places to visit in Varanasi that replicates the city’s history. A popular attraction to see here is the Shiva Temple which was constructed way back during the 19th century by a Nepalese king. The impressive architecture here is assuredly something that’ll take you by amazement and so will the craftsmanship of the temple. If you wish to take a dip in the blessed water, this is one place you must visit.

Banaras Hindu University

Established by Madan Mohan Malviya during 1916, Banaras Hindu University is a 5.3 square kilometer campus around the city. It has about 30,000 students residing on the campus and is the greatest residential university on the continent. The University has a long list of prominent alumni and faculty. The Indo-Gothic architecture and the rambling lawns add to the attractiveness of the place.

Rana Mahal Ghat

These places should positively be a part of our itinerary for a memorable Varanasi exploration. Constructed by Raja Rana Jagat Singh at the time when he came to the city as a traveler, this ghat fascinates a lot of tourist day in and out. It is located right next to a palace which is supposed to be the residence of the Maharaja throughout the period of his pilgrimage. If architecture is something that scratches your fancy, then there’s a lot to see and esteem here.

Alamgir Mosque

When it comes to temples, Kashi Yatra Package has a lot of them, but it also has a lot of other motivating places and monuments for all types of travelers. One such beautiful shrine is the Alamgir Mosque. Situated 5.6 km from Varanasi, it is located near the Panchganga Ghat and is one of the most prevalent tourist places in India. This 17th-century mosque is also named Aurangzeb’s Mosque and Beni Madha Ka Darera because Emperor Aurangzeb built it. The attractive monument has three domes and two minarets, carrying it a wonderful look. Come here to celebrate the sunset and hear the overflowing waters that pour out of the garden’s fountains.

Bharat Mata Temple

Bharat Mata Temple is one of the best tourist destinations in Varanasi. The Mahatma Gandhi Kashi Vidyapeeth campus is where the Bharat Mata Mandir is located. You must have seen temples adorned with gods and goddesses. However, Varanasi has something astonishingly different. A map of incorporated India is on display in the center of the Bharat Mata Mandir. Pilgrims worship the engraved marble that shows India united with the neighboring nations. The temple is a homage to every individual who assisted create India. It is indeed a rare example of nationalism as supporters raise their patriotism and conceit at this place of worship.

Dhamek Stupa

One of the most noteworthy tourist places in Varanasi is the Dhamek Stupa. This is principal because of its age and importance as the location of the Buddha’s first discourse to his 5 followers after accomplishing enlightenment in Bodh Gaya. The Stupa is a cylindrical shape serene of red bricks and stone. National and international travel fanatics swarm to see the Buddhist culture at this imperative Buddhist center. Fine flower decorations reveal the Gupta Dynasty’s great standard of stone craftsmanship.


Best Time to Visit Varanasi

Summers of Varanasi – April to June: Summer begins its take from the middle of March. However, April is authoritatively the beginning of the season and it ends by June. Early summer would be attractive and from there, the temperature and humidity begin to raise. The peak of summer would ramble the temperature to 45 degrees C. Although it is a lean tourism season, the summer is favored by those, who are looking for great deals in hotels and travel. In addition, you get to discover the temple without the crowd. Rituals, religious processing, and festivals are common during summer too. The temperature ranges among 32 degrees C and 45 degrees C. Showers are rare but do happen with thunderstorms. Throughout this season, the hot dry winds called ‘loo’ are fairly common.

Monsoon of Varanasi – July to September: Cheers to River Ganges, the monsoon in this area will be moderately substantial. Abrupt downpours and frequent showers are common from July to September. If you are looking for discovering Varanasi, it becomes quite hard, as the rain would limit your travel. Different activities involving the Ganges cruise might be paused if the showers are heavy. On the other hand, photographic travelers find Varanasi the major beauty throughout the rain. Showers are common and there will be a substantial drop in the temperature. However, the moistness will be high. The temperature varies between 24 degrees C and 32 degrees C. Evenings will be a breeze and refreshing.

Winter of Varanasi – October to March: Winter is the iconic season for Varanasi Tourism Package. The night is cold and mornings are attractive. Thus, you will be able to discover the region without exhaustion. In addition, the winter season holds different religious festivals and celebrations. Transmittable Varanasi in a festive mood will be fairly a sight. The temperature varies between 5- and 15-degrees C. Nights are very breeze and days are pleasant. Showers are pretty rare during the winter season.

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