Varanasi Day Tours
Varanasi is one of the oldest continuously occupied cities in the world. Varanasi also called Kashi or Banaras is one of the seven holiest cities for Hinduism. Varanasi city tours can help you soak in sights and sounds of this fascinating city.
Varanasi is located on the banks of the river Ganga. The river has two tributaries River Varuna and Assi. Tourists can arrive in the city by air, road or train. The best time to plan your Varanasi one day trip is between November to February.
Varanasi Day Sightseeing should start with a visit to the Shri Kashi Vishwanath temple. The temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva the presiding deity of the city. The temple is one of twelve Jyotirlinga. The Sankat Mocha temple is one of the oldest Lord Hanuman temples in the city. Pilgrims should visit the iconic Manas Mandir. The marble temple is dedicated to Lord Rama. The museum on the premises has rare scripts from the Ramayan.
Varanasi 1 day tour package should contain a visit to the iconic Chaukhandi Stupa is said to be the spot where Lord Buddha meets five ascetics. The 5th century AD is an important Buddhist site. Dhamek Stupa is 13 km from Varanasi in Sarnath. It is said to be the spot where Lord Buddha gave his first sermon. The Sarnath museum houses the archeological findings of Sarnath.
One day Varanasi visit will be incomplete without enjoying a boat ride down the river Ganga. Tourists should visit major ghats like Dashashwamedh Ghat the liveliest ghat in the city, and the main ghat Assi Ghat. Tourists can opt to visit Manikarnika Ghat and Harishchandra ghat. Varanasi Day tour will be incomplete without witnessing the spectacular Ganga Aarti ceremony.
Abcindiatours can organize the perfect Varanasi one day trip. Tourists can opt to see Sant Kabir Mat, and Ram Nagar Fort and museum. Tourists can enjoy ghat Sandhya at the Gangamahal Reewa Ghat. A visit to Varanasi will be incomplete without shopping for the iconic silk saris or the stone-carved toys. Abcindiatours prides itself on flawless planning for its customers.