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Delhi City Sightseeing Trip
Starting @ Rs.2,20/- by Private Car (upto 4 Travelers)

Delhi to Agra
Starting @ Rs.5,499/- by Private Cab (upto 4 Travelers)

Delhi to Mathura & Vrindavan
Starting @ Rs.5,499/- by Private Cab (upto 4 Travelers)

Delhi, Mathura, and Vrindavan are among the most popular and well-known tourist destinations in North India. Booking Delhi Mathura Vrindavan tour packages is a perfect way to explore the rich cultural heritage of these three cities. The tour takes you to some of the most sacred and ancient landmarks in North India that have captivated travelers for centuries.

We at "Holidays DNA" at have prepared Delhi Mathura Vrindavan tour packages to ensure you explore the three cities comfortably and hassle-free. Our tour packages are designed in such a way that you can experience the true beauty of each destination without breaking your budget.

Our "Delhi Mathura Vrindavan tour packages'' comprise a guided tour of all the famous religious and cultural attractions in Delhi, Mathura, and Vrindavan. We also provide efficient transportation and comfortable accommodation facilities. Our professional tour guides are knowledgeable about the historical, religious, and cultural backgrounds of Delhi, Mathura, and Vrindavan.

Our team of travel experts ensures you have a convenient and hassle-free trip. We take care of all your travel requirements and specific needs, from planning the trip to transportation, accommodation, and other specific requirements.

Popular Sightseeing Places in Vrindavan that can be visited with this package

1. Shri Banke Bihari Mandir

The most popular temple in Vrindavan, Shri Banke Bihari Mandir, is located in the middle of the market. Swami Haridas founded it, and its main deity is Lord Krishna. Thousands of devotees come here every day to seek blessings from their beloved Lord. The temple is also known for its stunning architecture, with intricate carvings adorning the walls and pillars.

2. Prem Mandir

Prem Mandir, Vrindavan

A spiritual center established by Jagadguru Kripaluji Maharaj, Prem Mandir is a place of peace and serenity. With beautiful architecture and surrounding gardens, it is one of the top tourist attractions in Vrindavan. The main temple is a large, three-storied building made of white marble and stands tall at the center of the complex. You can enjoy a variety of cultural activities, such as kirtans, bhajans, and arti ceremonies.

3. Nidhivan

Nidhivan, Vrindavan

Located near the Sri Rangji Mandir, Nidhivan is a sacred forest where Lord Krishna and the Gopis used to dance with each other. It is said that every night at midnight, Lord Krishna appears in his original form here and enjoys Raas Leela with the Gopis.

Entrance to Nidhivan is forbidden after sunset as it is believed that no one should disturb Raas Leela. It is definitely worth visiting if you want to experience spiritual peace in your life. The place will surely make your soul feel light and blessed.

4. Sri Rangji Mandir

Sri Rangji Mandir, Vrindavan

Sri Rangji Mandir is dedicated to Lord Vishnu’s incarnation as Lord Sri Goda Ranagamannar. Located in the heart of Vrindavan, the temple is one of the most important and revered Vaishnavite shrines in India and is worshiped by devotees from all over the country.

The main deity of Sri Rangji Mandir is a spectacular 40 feet tall idol of Lord Sri Goda Ranagamannar made out of black stone. It is believed that this form was worshipped by Lord Krishna's parents, Vasudeva and Devaki, before they gave birth to him. Every day, hundreds of devotees come to offer prayers in the mandir as well as witness its stunning architecture.

5. Gokulnanda Temple

Located on the outskirts of Vrindavan, Gokulnanda Temple is dedicated to Lord Krishna’s childhood. The temple is surrounded by lush greenery and is home to a variety of deities, including Gopala, Radha Raman Ji, and Radha Madhav Deva. It also has an ancient well from where devotees can collect holy water for offerings.

It is believed that Lord Krishna used to play here with the Gopis. Devotees can also witness an enchanting evening Aarti ceremony each day at sunset and take part in spiritual activities like chanting and singing devotional songs.

Popular Sightseeing Places in Mathura that can be visited with this package

1. Dwarkadhish Temple

Dwarkadhish Temple, Mathura

Dwarkadhish Temple is a must-visit site for any devotee of Lord Krishna or admirer of ancient architecture. The main shrine of the sacred temple is dedicated to Lord Krishna in the form of Lord Dwarkadheesh.

Represented by a black marble idol, the form of Krishna is known as Dwarkanath or the King of Dwarka. In addition, several other shrines in the complex are dedicated to the Lord’s consort, Rukmini. The architecture of Dwarkadhish Temple is both beautiful and impressive.

2. Shri Krishna Janmasthan Temple

Shri Krishna Janmasthan Temple, Mathura

Shri Krishna Janmasthan Temple is another popular destination in Mathura. This temple marks the exact spot where Lord Krishna was born, making it one of the holiest sites in Hinduism. The temple complex also features multiple other shrines dedicated to several deities like Shri Balram, Sita, and Radha-Krishna. During festivals like Janmashtami or Holi, the temple comes alive with thousands of devotees paying respects to Lord Krishna.

3. Radha Kund and Shyam Kund

Radha Kund and Shyam Kund, Mathura

Radha Kund and Shyam Kund are twin sacred water tanks located in the city. These tanks are believed to have been created by Lord Krishna himself. Devotees of the Lord believe that taking a dip in these sacred waters will wash away their sins and bring them closer to their beloved deity. The water of Radha Kund is believed to have magical powers that can cure any illness and heal the soul.

4. Radha Vallabh Mandir

Radha Vallabh Mandir is an ancient temple dedicated to Radha and Krishna that dates back to 1615 CE. The temple complex is a popular site both among visitors from India and abroad, who come here to pay their respects and admire the beautiful architecture. It is one of the most sacred sites for Hindus, and devotees venerate it throughout the year. The main gateway to the complex is made of sandstone and features intricate carvings depicting stories from Hindu mythology.

5. Curzon Museum of Archaeology

Curzon Museum of Archaeology is a great destination for anyone interested in Indian culture and history. This museum houses archaeological artifacts spanning centuries, making it a great source of knowledge about India's rich past. There are also many exhibits of ancient coins, sculptures, paintings, and manuscripts present at the museum.

Visitors can also attend engaging lectures and interactive workshops on topics related to Indian history and culture. The museum also has a gift shop where visitors can purchase souvenirs and memorabilia representing themes from India's past.

Popular Sightseeing Places in Delhi that can be visited with this package

1. Lotus Temple

Lotus Temple, Delhi

Located in the heart of South Delhi, Lotus Temple is a beautiful Bahai House of Worship with its iconic lotus-shaped structure. It also serves as a meditative oasis in the bustling city and can accommodate around 2500 people at once.

Its unique structure symbolizes the nine religions of unity, harmony, and peace that are followed in the Baha'i faith. The structure is made of marble, cement, and dolomite, which was brought from various parts of India. Exquisite flower beds, trees, and fountains surround the temple, adding to its beauty.

2. Red Fort

Red Fort, Delhi

Red Fort is one of the most magnificent and popular tourist destinations in Delhi. The majestic Mughal fort stands testament to India’s rich history and culture, having been built by Emperor Shah Jahan in the 1640s. The complex includes many attractions, making it an ideal destination for visitors interested in learning about Indian Heritage.

The fort is illuminated every evening, providing visitors with an opportunity to take some breathtaking photos. Red Fort provides a truly unique experience for travelers visiting India, offering them a chance to learn about the country’s fascinating past while enjoying its present-day beauty.

3. Gurudwara Bangla Sahib

Gurudwara Bangla Sahib, Delhi

Gurudwara Bangla Sahib is a prominent Sikh shrine located in the heart of New Delhi. The history of the Gurudwara dates back to the time of Guru Har Krishan Sahib, the eighth Sikh Guru.

It has become an important pilgrimage site for devotees and offers services such as Langar (community meal) and medical facilities to visitors. The gurudwara also hosts various religious activities like Kirtan, Mata Ki Chowki, and Path Da Bhog throughout the year.

4. Jantar Mantar

Jantar Mantar, Delhi

Jantar Mantar is an astronomical observatory that was built by Maharaja Jai Singh II in 1724. The complex consists of 14 different instruments used for measuring time, predicting eclipses, tracking stars' movements, and more. It is an incredible feat of engineering and science that is still used today.

The observatory consists of five large structures that are composed of stone and marble. Each structure has its own purpose and was built with incredible attention to detail using principles from Hindu and Islamic astronomy.

5. Qutub Minar

Qutub Minar, Delhi

Qutub Minar is another iconic symbol of Delhi and a must-visit destination for tourists. The towering brick minaret was built by Kulbhushan Jind in 1193 to commemorate the victory of the Mughal Empire. The base of the tower has intricate carvings and inscriptions, making it a perfect spot to enjoy some history and culture. With its striking architecture, it is no surprise that Qutub Minar attracts thousands of visitors from across the globe.

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