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Spiritual Ganges Tour


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India - Agra, Agra Cantonment, Jhansi, Sahanpur, Vrindavan






  1. Varanasi: Begin your journey in Varanasi, one of the oldest living cities in the world and a major pilgrimage site for Hindus. Witness the mesmerizing Ganga Aarti ceremony, where priests offer prayers to the river with chanting, incense, and lamps. Take a boat ride along the ghats (riverfront steps) and observe the rituals of life and death that take place on the banks of the Ganges.

  2. Haridwar: Proceed to Haridwar, another sacred city situated on the banks of the Ganges. Explore the bustling streets, visit ancient temples, and witness the captivating Ganga Aarti at Har Ki Pauri ghat. Participate in a traditional Ganga Snan (holy bath) to cleanse your soul and seek blessings.

  3. Rishikesh: Journey to the tranquil town of Rishikesh, known as the "Yoga Capital of the World." Immerse yourself in yoga and meditation practices at renowned ashrams and meditation centers. Take a dip in the sacred river, visit the famous Lakshman Jhula and Ram Jhula suspension bridges, and experience the serenity of this spiritual haven nestled in the Himalayas.

  4. Ganga Arti at Rishikesh: Witness the divine Ganga Aarti ceremony in Rishikesh, where devotees gather on the banks of the Ganges to offer prayers and songs, creating a mesmerizing spiritual ambiance. The ritual is accompanied by the rhythmic sounds of bells, chants, and floating lamps, creating an unforgettable experience.

  5. Gangotri (optional): For those seeking a deeper spiritual journey, an optional visit to Gangotri, the source of the Ganges River, can be included. Located amidst the breathtaking Himalayan peaks, Gangotri is considered a highly sacred place for Hindu devotees.

  6. Yoga and Meditation Retreats: Throughout the tour, engage in yoga and meditation sessions led by experienced instructors. Learn ancient techniques to calm the mind, rejuvenate the body, and connect with your inner self. These practices provide an opportunity to enhance your spiritual journey and find inner peace.

  7. Cultural Immersion: Immerse yourself in the rich cultural heritage of the region by exploring local markets, trying traditional cuisine, and participating in cultural activities. Engage with local communities, learn about their traditions, and gain a deeper understanding of their way of life.

  1. Respect for Sacred Sites: The Ganges River and the cities along its banks are revered as sacred by millions of people. Show respect for the religious sentiments of the locals and fellow travelers by adhering to local customs and traditions. Dress modestly, remove your shoes when required, and refrain from any disrespectful behavior at religious sites and during rituals.

  2. Sensitivity to Rituals: The Ganga Aarti ceremony and other rituals along the Ganges are significant religious practices. When attending these ceremonies, maintain a respectful demeanor, observe from a designated area, and follow any instructions given by the priests or authorities. Avoid unnecessary disruptions and always seek permission before taking photographs or videos.

  3. Environmental Responsibility: The Ganges is not only a spiritual icon but also an ecologically important river. Respect the environment by avoiding littering, using eco-friendly products, and minimizing your ecological footprint. Contribute to the cleanliness and preservation of the river and its surroundings by disposing of waste responsibly and refraining from any activities that may harm the ecosystem.

  4. Health and Hygiene: The Ganges is known for its spiritual significance, but it is also important to note that the river's water may not be suitable for drinking or bathing due to potential pollutants. Follow the guidance of your tour guide or local authorities regarding safe practices for interacting with the river. Carry a sufficient supply of bottled water for drinking purposes.

  5. Cultural Sensitivity: Engage with locals and fellow travelers in a respectful and considerate manner. Learn about local customs, traditions, and etiquette to ensure cultural sensitivity. Seek permission before photographing people, especially during religious ceremonies, and always ask for consent before sharing images of others.

  6. Personal Well-being: Prioritize your health and well-being during the tour. Stay hydrated, wear comfortable clothing and footwear, and protect yourself from the sun. Consult with a healthcare professional before participating in any physically demanding activities or if you have any pre-existing health conditions that may require special attention.


  1. Varanasi: Begin your spiritual odyssey in Varanasi, the oldest inhabited city in India and a significant pilgrimage site. Witness the mystical rituals and ceremonies that take place along the ghats (riverfront steps) of the Ganges. Explore the narrow lanes, visit ancient temples, and experience the vibrant atmosphere that reverberates with spiritual energy.

  2. Ganga Aarti: Witness the mesmerizing Ganga Aarti ceremony, a daily ritual performed at the ghats of Varanasi and other cities along the Ganges. Marvel at the synchronized movements of the priests, the rhythmic chants, the incense-filled air, and the flickering lamps as they pay homage to the river. This sacred ceremony is a sight to behold, evoking a deep sense of devotion and reverence.

  3. Haridwar: Journey to Haridwar, another prominent city along the Ganges known for its religious significance. Visit Har Ki Pauri ghat, where devotees gather to take a dip in the holy waters, seeking spiritual purification and blessings. Explore ancient temples, attend evening aartis, and immerse yourself in the spiritual ambiance that permeates the city.

  4. Rishikesh: Continue your spiritual sojourn to Rishikesh, a serene town nestled in the lap of the Himalayas. Known as the "Yoga Capital of the World," Rishikesh offers a tranquil environment for spiritual seekers. Engage in yoga and meditation practices, visit ashrams, and cross the iconic suspension bridges of Lakshman Jhula and Ram Jhula. Absorb the serene beauty and spiritual vibrations of this renowned spiritual hub.

  5. Cultural Immersion: Embrace the cultural tapestry of the region by interacting with locals, exploring bustling markets, and savoring the local cuisine. Immerse yourself in the traditions, music, and dance forms that showcase the rich cultural heritage of the Ganges region. This cultural immersion adds depth to your spiritual journey and fosters a deeper understanding of Indian customs and traditions.

  6. Serenity and Reflection: As you travel along the Ganges, take time for introspection and contemplation. The serene surroundings, the gentle flow of the river, and the spiritual ambiance create the perfect environment for self-reflection and inner exploration. Use this time to connect with your inner self, find inner peace, and rejuvenate your spirit.


Day 1: Delhi Arrival

The tour begins from Delhi, after arriving here you check in at the hotel and stay overnight.

Day 2: Delhi

The 2nd day is organized for local sightseeing; right after breakfast you leave to explore Delhi. The ancient Mughal capital has many fortifications and mosques scattered around the city. Visit to Old Delhi will open up to the colorful markets of Chandni Chowk and right behind is one of the largest and popular mosques in the country. You also visit Raj Ghat, the burial spot of Gandhi. Other attractions of the city are the Red Fort, India Gate, Parliament House, Qutub Minar, Humayun’s tomb and more. In the evening you return to the hotel to relax and later go to bed.

Day 3: Delhi - Mathura

Soon after your breakfast is over, you prepare to leave for Mathura. It is fairly close to Delhi and takes around 3 hours to reach. Mathura is one of the main pilgrim destinations of the devotees of Lord Krishna, as it is the birthplace of the Lord. On arrival, you check in at the hotel and leave for the Mathura city tour. It has numerous temples with its own significance; among them some are popular like the Sri Krishna Janmabhoomi temple at the site where the Lord was born. The Vishram Ghat is where the Lord rested after defeating the tyrant; another important temple is the Dwaekadeesh temple where all the devotees assemble during any festival. In the evening you return to the hotel and stay overnight.

Day 4: Mathura - Agra- Allahabad

After breakfast you will be leaving for Agra which only takes around 1 and a half hour to reach. Once you are in Agra the sightseeing follows, the main attraction in Agra includes The Taj Mahal; one of the seven wonders of the world. Others are Agra Fort which is huge and breathtaking; the tomb of Itmad-Ud-Daulah is also made intricately. In the evening you get to the station to catch the Express Train for Allahabad, it is an overnight journey.

Day 5: Allahabad - Varanasi

In the morning, at Allahabad, you will be escorted to your hotel by the attendants. Breakfast will be served and after that you have Allahabad exploration to start with. You will visit the Sangam, it is a point where the River Ganges, River Yamuna and the mythological Saraswati merge. You then get to see the Allahabad Fort, the Ashoka pillar and some temples and Ghats. You head towards Varanasi after lunch; it takes 4 hours to reach there. On reaching Varanasi, you check in at the hotel and relax for the evening. You will stay over at the hotel.

Day 6: Varanasi

On waking up, you will go for a boat ride on the Ganges. This experience is very mystical and peaceful at the same time, it is exciting to see the people offering their prayers and taking a dip in the river. Later in the day you will be taken for a city trip to some important sites like the Bharat Mata Temple, Vishwanath temple, the University and more. You stay overnight at the hotel.

Day 7: Varanasi - Delhi

After breakfast you will leave for Sarnath, an important site for the Buddhists. It is here that the Lord Buddha delivered his sermons to his disciples. All the major attractions are mostly Buddhist temples and stupas, among them are the Dhamekha Stupa, the Archeological museum and the Chaukhandi Stupa. In the afternoon you can take some rest, and at evening you depart for Delhi by Train. It is an overnight journey.

Day 8: Delhi

In the morning, on reaching Delhi, you check in at the hotel. The whole day is given for you to relax in the comfort of the hotel. Later in the evening you are taken to your respective airports and stations, thus ending this long and magical journey along the Ganges.


• Hotel accommodation as per package same or similar hotels. • Breakfast + Lunch OR Dinner

• Transfers and sightseeing as pre-package car

• All toll tax, parking, fuel and driver allowances

• All applicable hotel and transport taxes.


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