Our Tour

Morning Boat Ride and Walk through the Lanes

Varanasi is a center of different religions particularly Hinduism. The morning plays an important role in the life of Hindus. To experience Banaras, get up in the morning and take a boat trip in the river. The sunrise and its reflection in the water and the ghats, are enough to leave one mesmerized. Beautiful old small palaces and activities of the locals will keep you spell bound. The pilgrims and their faith to the mother Ganges will for sure influence the early risers.

Evening Tour

The evening walk in the old city coupled with boat journey on Ganges, which is truly fascinating experience. The chanting in temples, fragrance of incense, the activity of city dwellers in alleys make the walk interesting and lively. Visit to the cremation Ghats of Marnikarnika and observing the holy fire, which is something worth experiencing.

Walking Tour

Since ancient times , Varanasi has been a dwelling place for poets, classical musicians and scholars. To name a few, Goswami Tulsidas, Bhartendu Harishchandra, Pandit Ravishankar, the famous Sitar Player and Grammy award winner. A walk through the ancient lanes, sacred temples and around holy water bodies close to Assi ghat, together with a visit to Mumkshu Bhavan (Place of salvation) is an unforgettable experience. A special feature of this tour is a visit to the Cremation site of Harishchandra Ghat. The Tour starts from Assi Ghat and ends up at Dashaswamedh Ghat.

Temple Tour

Varanasi is a place for worship and is popularly known as City of Temples. So visiting grand temples is always sought for. The Vishwanath temple is situated in the Banaras Hindu University, with it’s sprawling green landscape which is truly fascinating. The temple is made of white Marble that showcases various mythical stories and pictures on it’s walls. Just to make it convenient for visitors, all description are written in English Language as well.
The Sankatmochan Temple popularly known as monkey temple is in the heart of the city. It’s an old temple and carries huge religious significance for Hindus. The chanting of Hanuman Chalisa and gesture of devotees in simply worth observing.
The Tulsi Manas Temple is made of white marble. This temple is named on the poet Goswami Tulsidas, who wrote famous scripture Ram Charit Manas. The lines of Manas are written on the walls of temples.
Godess Durga temple is close to Manas Temple. The red colored dome and fragrance of incense, together with the sound of hymns gives blissful peace to the visitors.
The Bharat Mata Temple popularly known as Mother India Temple is a symbol of nationality. It has a beautiful map of India carved from marble. The temple was constructed in 1936 to awaken the feeling of freedom and nationality among Indians.

Experiencing Buddhism : A Tour to Sarnath


Sarnath is the place where Buddha gave his first sermon to his five disciples. The pious energy of this place gives immense spiritual feeling to the meditators. Buddha spent major part of his life at Sarnath. It is one of the important places for Buddhist’s. The place has one Buddhist University. The Buddha Temple, an archaeological site of old ruins, where the grand Dhammeka Stupa tells much more about the glory of the Buddhism.

Experiencing the life at Ashram (Traditional Schools)

Ashrams are traditional schools where education is imparted through Guru –Shishya parampara (teacher- pupil). The saffron clothed disciples with their chanting of religious hymns keep anyone mesmerized. So an ashram is truly a temple of learning. To name a few such ashrams; Vidya Math, Jagnath Sanskrit school.

Village Tour

Off from the city life, it’s always interesting to make a trip to rural area. The simple life of village folk is always charming. It is unique to watch green fields, cows, and breath in fresh air.

Morning Boat Ride and Walk though the Lanes

Varanasi is a centre of different religions, particularly Hinduism. The morning plays an important role in the life of Hindus. So if you really want to feel Banaras, get up at morning and take a boat trip in the river. The sunshine and it’s reflection on buildings are enough to leave one mesmerized. Beautiful old small palaces and activities of the people will keep you spell bound. The pilgrims and their faith in the mother Ganges will for sure influence the early risers.

Evening Tour

The evening walk in the old city coupled with boat journey on Ganges is truly fascinating experience. The chanting in temples, fragrance of incense, the activity of city dwellers in alleys make the walk interesting and lively.Visit to the cremation Ghats of Marnikarnika and observing the holy fire is something worth experiencing.

Walking Tour

Since ancient times , Varanasi has been a dwelling place for poets, classical musicians and scholars. To name a few Goswami Tulsidas, Bhartendu Harishchandra, Pandit Ravishankar the famous Sitar Player and Grammy Award winner. A walk through the ancient lanes, sacred temples and around holy water bodies close to Assi ghat, together with a visit to Mumkshu Bhavan (Place of salvation) is an unforgettable experience. A special feature of this tour is a visit to Cremation site of Harishchandra Ghat. The Tour starts at Assi Ghat and ends up at Dashaswamedh Ghat.