A pilgrim tour package from Indian Railways you'll definitely enjoy

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The Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation has introduced a 10-day travel package. This train will be travelling to Ayodhya, Prayagraj, Varanasi along with Nepal. This is a pilgrimage tour covering Ramjanma Bhoomi temple, Hanuman Garhi, Sarayu Ghat, Tulsi Manas temple, Sangada Mochana temple, Kashi Vishwanath, Ganga Arathi, Ganga-Yamuna merging, Hanuman temple as well as Kathmandu’s famous Pasupathy temple, Durbar Square and Swayamboonath Sthupa. The package is called Bharath Nepal Ashta Yathra.

The 10 day-9 nights journey will start on the 28th of this month. The journey will be on 3 AC classes of the Bharath Gaurav Tourist train. Around 600 people can travel in this train. The boarding/de-boarding will be at Gaziabad, Delhi, Thudla and Kanpur railway stations.

Throughout the journey, only vegetarian food will be served. The ticket rates will include Food, hotel night stay, travel insurance, security charges and tax. But miscellaneous expenses, adventures, room service and personal expenses won't be included. Travellers are mandatorily required to carry the COVID-19 vaccination certificates as well as carry hard copies of Aadhar card or voter ids.

Travel itinerary

Ayodhya: Ramajanma bhumi temple, Hanuman Garhi, Sarayu Ghat, Nandigram.

Kathmandu: Pasupathy temple, Durbar Square, Swayamboonath Sthupa.

Varanasi: Tulsi Manas temple, Sandaga Mochana temple, Kashi Vishwanath corridor, temple, Varanasi ghats Ganga Arathi.

Prayagraj: Ganga-Yamuna merging, Hanuman temple.

Ticket charges

Single occupancy will cost Rs 39850, double/triple will be charged Rs 34650. Children between 5-11 will be charged Rs 31185.

For more information: www.irctctourism.com/tourpackagebooking?packageCode=NZBGO7

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