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From Varanasi: Day tour to Chunar fort and Siddhnath Falls

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  • Explore the outskirts of Varanasi with a day tour to Chunar fort, a place whose history goes back to as early as the 11th century. Indulge in the history of this place and know the stories that this place holds. Go and unwind to the mesmerizing Siddhnath falls where you get a chance to unwind and connect to...Read more

From Varanasi: Day tour to Chunar fort and Siddhnath Falls

clock 7 hours
  • Explore the outskirts of Varanasi with a day tour to Chunar fort, a place whose history goes back to as early as 11th century. Indulge in the history of this place and know the stories that this place holds. Go and unwind to the mesmerizing Siddhnath falls where you get a chance to unwind and connect to...Read more

Day tour to Rajdari and Devdari Waterfalls with transfers

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  • Explore the offbeat side of Varanasi in this day tour which will take you to the majestic and extremely gorgeous waterfalls of Rajdari and Devdari. Located at the distance of approximately 60 kms at a drive of about 2.5 hrs from Varanasi, these falls make for the best outing and excursion from outside the...Read more

Excursion to Allahabad from Varanasi

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  • Allahabad is situated at the confluence of the 3 sacred rivers - Ganga, Yamuna & the invisible Saraswati. It is here at the sangam that Hindus converge for a holy dip especially during the Kumbha Mela, held here every 12 years...Read more

Dev Diwali tour in Varanasi with a local family

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  • Be one with the lights spread by millions of earthen lamps lighted by the thousands of devotees on the "Dev Deepawali" on the auspicious day of "Kartik Purnima" and also light earthen lamps or Diya(s) in the evening. When the dusk sets, the steps of all the Ghats on the riverfront of the Ganges are lit with millions of earthen lamps. Not only the...Read more
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