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Overview of the tour:
Discover the spiritual charm of Ayodhya with our exclusive Ayodhya Tour Package from Pune. Soak in the sacred ambience of this ancient city, known for its cultural richness and historical significance. Our Ayodhya tour package offers a seamless journey from Pune, comfortable transportation within the city, accommodation, and guided tours to iconic landmarks like Ram Janmabhoomi, Hanuman Garhi, and Kanak Bhawan. Indulge in the spiritual ambience, witness the religious rituals, and discover the ancient tales that make Ayodhya a highly revered destination in India. Here’s your best-recommended tour, ensuring a harmonious blend of spirituality and travel comfort. Book this tour with us and embark on a divine adventure with our holiday packages.
How to Reach Ayodhya from Pune?
By Air – Varanasi's Lal Bahadur Shastri International Airport is the closest airport to Ayodhya. Take a flight from Pune International to Varanasi. You can take a taxi to Ayodhya, approximately 200 kilometres away.
By Train – Ayodhya has its railway station, Ayodhya Junction. So, you can take a train from Pune to Ayodhya directly.
By Road – Ayodhya has a well-connected road network. One can drive or take a car rental from Pune to Ayodhya. The road journey is approximately 1300 km and takes around 20 to 24 hours, depending on the route and traffic conditions.
Best Suggested Itinerary
Day 1: Arrive in Ayodhya
Soon after you reach Ayodhya, check into the pre-booked hotel. Later, visit the Ram Janmabhoomi, the birthplace of Lord Rama, and explore its historical significance. Spend the evening at leisure around the Sarayu River banks. Stay overnight in Ayodhya.
Day 2: Ayodhya Sightseeing
The next day begins with a visit to Hanuman Garhi, a temple dedicated to Lord Hanuman, known for its architectural beauty and panoramic views. Discover the Kanak Bhawan, a significant temple associated with Lord Rama and Goddess Sita. It is widely renowned for its exquisite architecture and religious importance. Then, visit the Treta Ke Thakur and Nageshwarnath Temple. Take a stroll through the local markets, offering traditional crafts and souvenirs. Stay overnight in Ayodhya.
Day 3: Departure
Depending on your departure time, you may have some free time in the morning hours. Consider visiting nearby attractions like the Ayodhya research institute or leisurely at Gulab Bari. Check out from the hotel and depart with divine memories.
Nearby places to visit as an extension from Ayodhya tour:
Varanasi – Soak in the spiritual vibes of Varanasi, one of the oldest inhabited cities. Witness the Ganga Aarti at the ghats, explore narrow winding lanes and visit Kashi Vishwanath Temple, a revered Hindu pilgrimage site.
Lucknow – Discover the cultural richness of Lucknow, “The City of Nawabs.” Marvel at the architectural grandeur of Bara Imambara, stroll through the British Residency and relish the culinary delights of this historical city.
Best time to plan Ayodhya trip
The ideal time to plan an Ayodhya trip is during the winter months, from October to March. The weather is pleasant, with temperatures ranging from 10 to 25 degrees Celsius, making it suitable for sightseeing and outdoor adventures. Avoid the summer months from April to June, when temperatures can soar, and the monsoon season (July to September), when heavy rainfall may disrupt travel plans.
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