from/per person Rs 5,775
  • 04Hours
  • Private
  • Pick-up
  • Drop-off


Description

Enjoy walk on the major Ghats of Varanasi along with Holy River Ganges with your personal Guide and city expert. Ride on Tuk-Tuk to commute in the holy city crowded with pilgrims which is a jaw dropping experience.


Inclusions

• Private Guide
• Walking Tour on the Ghats of Varanasi
• Ride on Tuk-Tuk
• Hotel Pick and Drop off back.
• Visit to Old Bazaars of Varanasi.
• Fuel, parking, surcharge and Government Taxes.


Exclusions

• Tips and Gratuities.
• Anything not mentioned in Inclusions.


Highlights

• Varanasi is a holy city located in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh, in India. It is considered as the spiritual capital of India and hence draws numerous pilgrims from across the world.
• The city is located on the bank of River Ganga which has two tributaries in the city: Varuna and Assi; hence the name Varanasi
• Walk on the major ghats of varanasi along with Holy River Ganges with a private guide.
• Ride on Tuk Tuk to feel the jaw dropping experience.
• Learn about the eternal India culture knitted with the religion.
• Talk and click pictures with Sadhus while on walk.
• Private guide ensures the enjoyment and safety.
• Walk into the bazars of Old Varanasi.
• Savor the local street food while on walk.


Additional Information

Start the day with meeting city expert Guide in the hotel lobby. The Guide will assist and arrange for Tuk -Tuk from outside the hotel. Drive in Tuk Tuk from hotel in Varanasi to one of the vary famous Assi Ghat. 
Situated at the confluence of Ganga and Asi rivers, Assi Ghat is the southernmost Ghat in Varanasi, where pilgrims bathe before paying their homage to Lord Shiva in the form of huge lingam situated under a peepal tree. Assi Ghat also constitutes the southern end of conventional city.
Start your walking tour from here with your private guide who will assist to interpret and translate language either side while you enjoy the local interaction with Sadhus, Priests and pilgrims. Enjoy the stories while you walk from one ghat to another. 
Ghats in Varanasi are riverfront steps leading to the banks of the River Ganges. The city has 87 ghats. Most of the ghats are bathing and puja ceremony ghats, while a few are used exclusively as cremation sites.
Most Varanasi ghats were built after 1700 AD, when the city was part of Maratha Empire. The patrons of current ghats are Marathas, Shindes (Scindias), Holkars, Bhonsles, and Peshwes (Peshwas). Many ghats are associated with legends or mythologies while many ghats are privately owned.
From Dashashwamedh Ghat walk into the streets of old Varanasi to enjoy the hustle -bustle of the crowded bazaars before you take a break at a Silk Shop. Enjoy the demonstration of Silk making, very famous Block Printing and other ancient technique of making fabrics. Savor some street delicacies like samosas, lassi, paan, masala chai etc befor returning back to the hotel.
Your guide will drop you back to the hotel in Tuk Tuk at the end. 


Others



Meeting Points
Hotel lobby in Varanasi.
What to Remember
Moderate amount of walking is involved on uneven road; comfortable walking shoes are advised. 




Terms & Conditions

• Some tours require your original passport or Government ID (Pancard/Driving Licence/Aadhar Card), tripXOXO will not be responsible if you miss any tour where your passport or ID is mandatory. 
• tripXOXO reserves the rights to charge 100% No show charges if guest is not turning up on time for the pick up.
• No refund for partly utilized services.
•  Due to any uncontrollable circumstances i.e. (traffic conditions, vehicle breakdowns, delay by other guests, weather circumstances) if the tour gets delayed or cancelled, tripXOXO will provide alternate options if possible.
• Seating arrangement is done as per the availability & it is decided by Driver or Tour Guide.
• If in any case the guest does not show up on time and our vehicle departs from the pickup location then tripXOXO will not arrange for alternative transfer & no refund is provided for the missed tour.


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