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Shirdi Tour Package

Tour Highlights

  • A wonderful holiday tour. 
  • A private and customized trip.
  • Nashik Temple Tour.
  • Explore Shirdi temples.
  • Famous Sai Baba Temple.
  • Gate of India- Mumbai.
  • Explore beautiful Mumbai.

Trip Overview

Craving a peaceful gateway to revive your soul and experience the beauty of India? Get ready to explore our beautifully designed Shirdi Tour Package for an incredible journey. India is a beautiful country that occupies the greater part of South Asia and is a popular tourist destination with multicultural experiences, a rich history, and famous attractions. On this tour, let us take you on a religious journey to North Maharashtra, India. It is a region of Maharashtra that consists of amazing cities, world heritage sites, and many more. This tour leads you to Nashik, the sacred city revered for its religious significance. Followed by a visit to the pilgrimage site Shirdi, concluding your journey to Bollywood destination Mumbai

Nashik Attractions

Nashik is the third largest district in Maharashtra State, located on the western ghats along the Godavari River, making it one of the holiest places for Hindus all over the world. Its historical value attracts lots of tourists throughout the year. Nashik is rich in history, scenic landscape, and architecture, all of which contribute to making it a holiday destination for everyone. There are several attractions you will visit in Nashik, such as:

Trimbakeshwar Jyotirlinga Temple, one of the holiest shrines in the state of Maharashtra, is an ancient and historic Hindu temple of Lord Shiva and is identified as 12 Jyotirlinga. The entire temple was built with black stone. The Jyotirlinga is a famous pilgrimage for devotees to perform various pujas to remove their sins. It is not only a religious center but also a hub of vibrant festivals that attract devotees and tourists throughout the year, such as Kumbha Mela, Ganesh Chaturthi, Navratri, and Durga Puja.

Kalaram Temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to Rama situated in the Panchavati area. It was built around 1972. The translation of Kalaram is Black Rama. Beside the idol of Lord Rama, there are the idols of Sita Mata and Lord Lakshaman, both of whom are black and adorned with ornaments. It also has a very old tree that has Lord Dattatreya footprints marked on a stone. 

Goraram Temple is one of the oldest temples and is located on the bank of the Godavari River. The temple is made of teak wood and is a very small temple. There is the idol of Lord Rama, which is white. This temple is appreciated due to its peaceful and serene atmosphere. 

Kapaleshwar Temple, which was built in the 18th century, was a unique temple to honor Lord Shiva. Legend says that this temple is the place where Lord Shiva performed atonement (the action of making amends for a wrong) after purifying him in Ramkund to wash off his sin. Unlike other Shiva temples, this is an unusual temple, as there is no statue of Nandi (the gatekeeper of Lord Shiva) like other Shiva temples have. The reason why this temple has no Nandi statue is because Lord Shiva regarded Nandi as a guru or a teacher. 

Sita Gumpha/Gupha is the top pilgrimage site to visit in Nashik. It is believed to be a place where Sita used to worship Lord Shiva. The term gumpha means cave. This place includes the legendary caves, which contain the idols of Shri Ram, Lakhshman, and Sita. The cave is small, measuring around 2.5 to 3 meters. The cave is accessed through a narrow staircase, which is located near the five Banyan trees. It has several features that make this temple unique, as it is decorated with beautiful carvings and paintings, and the main chamber contains the statue of Buddha. 

Ramkund, located on the bank of the river Godavari, is a sacred bathing ghat that is known for its vibrant Kumbha Mela gatherings. It was once an important spot, said to be a pond where Rama would take his bath. Today, it serves as a sacred place where the ashes of loved ones are gently laid to rest, which are said to be immediately absorbed into the waters. And for many seeking spiritual renewal, a dip in these holy waters is seen as a cleansing ritual, washing away their burdens of wrongdoing. 

Triveni Sangam, in Hindu belief, is the confluence of the three rivers Ganga, Yamuna, and the mythical Saraswati. As per Hindu mythology, taking a dip in the holy Triveni Sangam will wash away sins and free you from the cycle of rebirth, thereby achieving Moksha.

Muktidham Birla Temple is a marble temple complex honoring various Hindu gods. This temple's main highlights are the 12 Jyotrilinga (sacred representations of Lord Shiva). Apart from its religious significance, this temple serves as a cultural center, hosting various spiritual and cultural events throughout the year. This temple offers a peaceful atmosphere, inviting visitors to engage in prayer and meditation. 

Shirdi Attractions

The next destination you will get to visit on this tour is Shirdi, a famous pilgrimage city in the state of Maharashtra that is home to 19th century Indian Satguru Sai Baba’s Mandir. It is renowned as the spiritual home of Sai Baba, where he lived and preached. The town of Shirdi transforms into a pilgrimage site, attracting visitors from all around the globe. The main and important Sai Baba temple is a must visit place in Shirdi. Without visiting Sai Baba Temple, your Shirdi tour will not be completed. It is a Hindu temple, located in the town of Shirdi Maharashtra. Devotees gather at the temple to pay respect, offer prayers, perform rituals, and seek blessings from Sai Baba. The atmosphere inside the temple is filled with chants of “Om Sai Ram'' and the sound of Bhajans (devotional songs) dedicated to Sai Baba. Apart from the main temple, Shirdi features several other attractions associated with Sai Baba, including Dwarkamai, Chavdi, Khandoba Temple, and Nand Deep

Dwarkamai, a mosque in Shirdi, was once the home of Sai Baba, a revered saint. It's considered the heart of Shirdi because Sai Baba spent much of his life there, including his final days. Initially a tumble down mosque, Sai Baba transformed it into a sacred place. It's unique because it's both a mosque and a temple, attracting people of all faiths to pay their respects. Sai Baba lived here for 60 years, performing miracles and helping his followers in need until his passing.

Chavadi, located close to Shirdi Sai Baba Temple, means village office; it was a place where taxes were collected. It is a place where Baba used to sleep alternate nights during his last days. Visitors visit Chavdi to pay respect to Sai Baba and experience the spiritual ambiance of the place where he once stayed. Chavdi is open to the public and displays the belongings of Sai Baba. 

Khandoba Temple is a small temple located on the Ahmednagar-Kopargaon Road in Shirdi. It's devoted to Lord Khandoba, a form of Shiva known as Martanda Bhairava. Legend says it was one of the first places Sai Baba visited when he came to Shirdi as a young ascetic (a person who dedicates their life to a pursuit practices extreme self-denial for religious reasons). Though small, the temple is spiritually important, with simple yet colorful decorations that make it a serene and holy place.

Nand Deep is an important place in Shirdi, said to be the site where Baba used to meditate. The Nanda Deep is between the Neem tree and the Bodhi tree. Baba meditated every day and maintained a perpetual lamp, the ‘Nanda Lamp', serviced by his attendant Abdulla. Today, there is a small structure that houses a lamp. 

Mumbai Attractions

The last destination you will visit on this tour is Mumbai, which is the financial capital of India and a densely populated city. It is India’s largest port, having a commercial and industrial center as well as being the fashion capital and heart of Bollywood. Mumbai is known for some of its major attractions, which include the Gate of India, Prince of Wales Museum, Hanging Garden, Haji Ali Dargah, Juhu Beach, and Chowpatty Beach. 

Gateway of India, located on the waterfront in the Apollo Bunder area at the end of Chhatrapati Shivaji Marg in South Mumbai, was built during the 20th century. It is an arch monument that was erected to commemorate the landing of George V for his coronation as the Emperor of India in December 1911. The Gateway of India is not only an iconic landmark in Mumbai but also one of India’s most popular tourist sites. The Gateway of India is a monument to the history of the country as well as a symbol of new independence and resilience. 

Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya, originally known as the Prince of Wales Museum, is a splendid structure in Mumbai and is regarded as one of the heritage buildings of the city. It was established as a museum on January 10, 1922. The architecture of the building is a blend of Indian, Mughal, and British engineering styles. Inside the museum, there are many artifacts related to the rich history of India. The complex exhibits a myriad collection of ancient artefacts, artwork, and sculptures from the country, which give a unique insight into our past.

Hanging Garden, located on Malabar Hill, is a terraced garden that offers panaromic views of the Arabian Sea. This place is an escape from the hustle and bustle of the city. It was built in 1880 on a water reservoir that provides drinking water to the local inhabitants. It is an ideal spot for morning yoga and meditation. The park is full of beautiful trees, plants, and flowers and is an ideal place for a picnic with family and friends.

Haji Ali Dargah is a mosque located in the southern part of Mumbai. It is an iconic landmark in Mumbai in Indo Islamic architecture style, famous for its mesmerizing location and religious significance. It houses the mortal remains of 15th century Sufi saint Pir Haji Ali Shah Bukhari. Dargah is a renowned pilgrimage site among Muslims. Non-Muslims are also allowed to visit the Dargah.

Juhu Beach is a popular and longest beach in Mumbai. There are vendors selling different local Mumbai foods that are popular with the locals. Another beach you will visit is Chowpatty Beach, mainly known as the venue for Ganesh Visarjan. A spectacular crowd is seen on the beach during these celebrations. You can enjoy the scenic view and amazing sunset. 

This is one of the most visited tours in India from Nepal. Our 4 nights 5 days Shirdi Tour Package will take your eyes to various important sacred places and introduce you to the religious and cultural significance of the sites. Our tour package offers complete facilities for an amazing spiritual tour. Join us on this enlightening journey as we unravel the spiritual mysteries of India, leaving you with wonderful memories.

Detailed Itinerary

  • DAY 1

    Arrival in Mumbai.

    At (Arrival Time): Welcome to India!!! Upon arrival at Mumbai International Airport, you will meet our local representative, who will warmly welcome you and ensure your transfers to your hotel. Complete the check-in procedures and enjoy the comforts of your hotel. The rest of the day is yours to spend. You can spend it relaxing at your hotel, visiting nearby places, trying out some local foods, and going shopping. Later, head back to your hotel and enjoy your overnight stay.

    Meal: Not Included.

  • DAY 2

    Drive to Shirdi via Nashik.

    Begin your day with breakfast at your accommodation. Then prepare to travel to Shirdi, a city and pilgrimage site in the Indian state of Maharashtra renowned as the former home of Spiritual Leader Sai Baba. On your way to Shirdi, you will stop in Nashik, a historic city in Maharashtra, to visit various religious monuments. On your route to Nashik, you will stop by Trimbakeshwar Jyotirlinga Temple, a Hindu pilgrimage center. In this temple, you can observe Linga in the form of three faces, representing Tridev, Lord Brahma, Lord Vishnu, and Shiva. Every day, Lord Shiva is honored via various pujas and rituals. Once you've finished exploring the temple, continue driving (30 km) to Nashik. 

    Upon arrival in Nashik, you will be transported to the Panchvati area. You will tour some of the sacred sites in the Panchvati area. First, you will be escorted to Kalaram Temple, an old Hindu temple devoted to Lord Rama. Many smaller temples, like the Ganapati, Maruti, and Vithal temples, can be seen there. Following that, visit the Goraram Temple, a smaller temple featuring statues of Lord Ram, Laxman, and Sita. Then, head to Kapaleshwar Temple, a Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Shiva and surrounded by shrines. It is India's only Shiva temple that does not feature Nandi. You have to climb some stairs to get there. After that, head to Sita Gumpha, a historical site where Devi Sita used to worship Lord Shiva. It is a cave-like temple with the idols of Lord Rama, Sita, and Laxmana that can only be reached via a narrow staircase. Outside the cave, there is a vast grove of five old Banyan trees. Next, head to Ramkund, which is situated opposite the river and serves as the venue for the magnificent Kumbh Mela. Tourists come here to wash in the purifying waters and seek atonement for their sins. Next, visit Triveni Sangam, a Hindu religious site that marks the confluence of three holy rivers: the Ganga, the Yamuna, and the unseen Saraswati. 

    Your final stop for the day will be Muktidham Birla Temple, a marble temple complex dedicated to Hindu deities. There are statues of all the main Hindu gods and goddesses, including Vishnu, Laxmi, Rama, Laxman, Sita, Hanuman, Durga, and Ganesha. After you've finished exploring, move on to Shirdi, your final destination for the day. It is around 90 km from Nashik and takes about 2 hours to get there by drive. After you reach Shirdi, check into your accommodation and relax for the night.

    Meal: Breakfast Included.

  • DAY 3

    Shirdi Tour, Drive to Mumbai.

    At 07:30 AM: Have your breakfast at your hotel and get ready for local sightseeing at the famous Saibaba Temple. This temple is built beautifully with great detail and design. There you will see a marvelous statue of Sai Baba made of Italian marble, which is seated on a throne. There you can see a huge assembly hall in front of the temple, which can accommodate up to 600 devotees, and a section of the hall shows various belongings of Sai Baba. 

    After that, visit other adjacent temples such as Dwarkamai, Chavdi, Khandoba Temple, and Nand Deep (on foot). First, you will be taken to Dwarkamai, a major pilgrimage center with a large number of religious tourists and considered one of the treasures of Shirdi. It is a holy place where Sai Baba lived for 60 years. The area of the mosque has two levels. The first level has a big portrait of Sai Baba and a big stone believed to be where Sai Baba used to sit. The other area has two rooms, which have a palki (sedan chair) and chariot. On the next level, you will see a huge, large square stool where Sai Baba took a bath. Next, you will visit Chavdi, which is a place where the villagers of Shirdi used to meet, settle disputes, and collect taxes. During the last days of Sai Baba, he used to sleep here on alternative nights. This place is very special for the devotees, and people decided to offer regular Arati to him. There you will see a large painting of Sai Baba, which was painted by an 18 year old boy from Gujrat. On the left of the painting, you will see a wooden bed where Baba had his last bath after he passed away in the mosque. 

    Following that, you will visit Khandoba Temple, a Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Khandoba, considered to be another form of Lord Shiva. You can see the idol of Lord Khandoba in the sanctum sanctorum (a private and highly secret place) of the temple. There you will see a large Banyan tree and a rectangular sandpit, which is situated in front of Khandoba Temple. And the final destination you will be visiting today is Nand Deep, which is a place where Sai Baba likes to sit in meditation. Here you will see the small temple that houses the lamp Nanda Deep (oil lamp) in between two trees. A few feet from Nanda Deep, you will see the small Dattareya Shrine. After seeing all the places, drive to Mumbai. Upon arrival, complete the check-in procedures and enjoy your overnight stay.

    Meal: Breakfast Included.

  • DAY 4

    Mumbai Sightseeing.

    At 07:30 AM: Begin your day by having a delicious breakfast at your hotel and get ready for your tour of Mumbai's best landmarks. This tour covers some of the best must visit places in Mumbai. First, you will be taken to the Gateway of India, which was erected during British rule and is now a popular landmark. It also served as an entry point into India. With 4 towers on the arch and 26 meters, it belongs to Gujarati Style building. The monument is a reminder of the city’s colonial history. After that, you will be taken to the Prince of Wales Museum, also known as the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya, which houses several interesting ancient artifacts. This museum holds 2,000 rare miniature paintings from several art schools in India. This museum categorizes exhibits of ancient history as well as objects from foreign lands, primarily in 3 sections art, archaeology, and natural history.

    Next, you will visit Hanging Gardens, also known as Pherozeshah Mehta Gardens. It is a beautiful terrace garden and a popular spot where Mumbaikars spend a few moments in the cradle of nature, away from the hustle and bustle of the ever-buzzing city. This park offers stunning sunset views of the Arabian Sea, making it a favorite evening hangout spot for travelers. Following that visit, Haji Ali Dargah, which is not only a mosque but also a landmark placed on an islet. It is an iconic landmark that appears like an imaginary world floating on the water. The Dargah is only accessible during low tides. The Dargah is renowned as a pilgrimage site among Muslims. Non-Muslims are also allowed to visit the Dargah. The white-coloured structure attracts visitors in large numbers. In the evening, you can visit famous beaches like Juhu Beach and Chowpatty Beach, where you can taste lip-smacking street food, view the mesmerizing sunset, and indulge in fun activities. After visiting all the sights, head back to your hotel and enjoy your overnight stay.

    Meal: Breakfast Included.

  • DAY 5

    Departure, Fly Back to Kathmandu.

    At 07:30 AM: Bid farewell to beautiful Mumbai!!! Have your last breakfast at your accommodation and get ready to proceed to the airport as per your flight schedule. Safe travels, and may the joy of this adventure stay with you always. 

    Note: Reach airport 3 hours before your scheduled flight time.

    Meal: Breakfast Included.

Cost Inclusion

  • Airport pickup and drop off on a private basis.
  • All 4 nights of hotel accommodation on double/triple sharing basis.
  • Daily breakfast at the hotel.
  • Tours as specified in the itinerary.
  • All tours and transfers on a private basis.
  • Surface transportation by AC Innova/Ertiga Car with a chauffeur.
  • Personal assistance by our representatives & offices during all arrivals and departures.
  • All interstate taxes, permits, parking, road tax, toll taxes, fuel charges, etc. are included.
  • All government applicable taxes and service charges.

Cost Exclusion

  • International flight tickets.
  • Nature of personal expenses.
  • Meals as mentioned.
  • Liquor, boating, joy rides, and guides. 
  • Entrance fees to various sightseeing places.
  • Photography and video making fees at the sites.
  • Additional sightseeing or usage of vehicles not mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Services that aren't mentioned in the itinerary.

FAQS

  • What is the best time to visit Shirdi?

    The best time to visit Shirdi is between October and February, when the weather is pleasant. The temperature during this month makes it comfortable for sightseeing and temple visits. During the summer from April to June, temperatures soared up to 40°C. It can be uncomfortable for those not used to high heat.

  • Are there any dress codes to be aware of ?

    There isn't a strict dress code in Shridi. However, it's respectful to dress modestly, especially when visiting religious places. This typically means wearing clothes that cover the shoulders, chest, and knees.

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