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*Note: Prices will increase from July to September when the river label is higher and the current stronger, as up to 3 boatmen are required for each boat or only allowed big motorboat.



Early morning, when the light is particularly inspiring, that's amazing, peacefully to go on the Ganges and see ghats, river, monuments, temples and people in a such beautiful light. The best time for this is at dawn when the river is bathed in a magical light and pilgrims come to perform puja to the rising sun.

Morning Boat Ride...


In the evenings, you can get immersed in the religious fervor of Hindus by observing the aarti, a devotional ritual that uses fire as an offering. People start arriving very early (as early as 5 p.m.) in order to get a good position for viewing the aarti. A novel and effective way of seeing it is by boat from the river.

Ganga Arti On Boat...


By virtue of being the oldest living city, Varanasi has its own rich history and treasure of music. Over a period of time, the Maharajas of Varanasi also gave patronage to music and that resulted in making Varanasi a great center of music. Owing to this rich musical foundation, many musical schools still thrive in the city. This gives us an opportunity to offer you a unique musical night tour on our houseboat.

Musical Night On Boat...

About Varanasi

Varanasi was founded by the god Shiva.

How was make the name "Varanasi": Varanasi which was derived from the two tributaries of the holy River Gange named Varuna and Assi.

GHATS:A broad flight of steps leading down to the bank of a river in India, used especially by bathers. It's the famous monuments of the city There are around 100 ghats in Varanasi, all of them have there own historical story. From the boat you can see all the monuments(temples, mosques, palaces.)

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    The Ganga

    River Ganga or the Ganges is a major river of the Indian subcontinent, associated in myth and reality with the land and people of India as well as neighboring countries like Bangladesh. In Hinduism, the river Ganga is personified as Goddess and holds an important place in the Hindu religion. In Hindu mythology, it is believed that bathing in the river Ganga causes the remission of sins and facilitates the attainment of salvation or nirvana. This deep-rooted truth is proved by the fact that people travel from distant places to immerse the ashes of their kin in the waters of the Ganga at Varanasi or other places located on the banks of this holy river. Some of these sacred places, located on the Ganga, are Varanasi, Haridwar and Prayag (Allahabad).

    The first Prime Minister of India, Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru, aptly summarized the importance of River Ganga in the hearts of the Indians, in general, and Hindus, in particular.

    "The Ganga, especially, is the river of India, beloved of her people, round which are intertwined her memories, her hopes and fears, her songs of triumph, her victories and her defeats. She has been a symbol of India's age-long culture and civilization, ever changing, ever flowing, and yet ever the same Ganga".

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    Varanasi Top Festivals

    Dipawali& Dev Dipawali

    Dev Deepavali is celebrated on the occasion of Kartik Poornima when the Ghats of Varanasi come alive with thousands of Diyas (earthen lamps). Dev Deepavali, celebrated on the fifteenth day of Diwali, is a tribute to river Ganga by the people of Varanasi. Dev Deepavali is held on the full moon day in the month of Kartik (also known as Kartik Purnima) and is observed with great fanfare and feasts. It is believed that on the day of Dev Deepavali, the Gods descend on Earth.

    Durga Puja

    Durga Puja is the ceremonial worship of the mother goddess, is one of the most important festivals of India. Apart from being a religious festival for the Hindus, it is also an occasion for reunion and rejuvenation, and a celebration of traditional culture and customs. While the rituals entails ten days of fast, feast and worship, the last four days - Saptami, Ashtami, Navami and Dashami - are celebrated with much gaiety and grandeur in India and abroad, especially in Bengal, where the ten-armed goddess riding the lion is worshipped with great passion and devotion.

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    Climate Of Varanasi

    Situated in Uttar Pradesh, in northern part of India, Varanasi is located on the banks of the holy river, Ganges. During summers, weather can be as hot as 45°C and humid too as Varanasi lies at the Tropic of cancer. Torrential rains and high humidity accompanies the monsoons that usually come in late June or early July for about two months. Delicious and juicy mangoes offer little relief from the sweating weather. On the other hand, winters are pleasant and temperature dips down to about 7°C. In Varanasi, the climatic conditions are most favorable for the tourists between October to April. For those who are ready to face a sun and don't mind the odor of sweat, Varanasi is a place to visit all the year round.

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    Varanasi Tours and Activities
    1) Morning boat ride Start Assi Ghat to manikarnika Ghat
    2) Sunset on boat and Garga Aarti
    3) All ghat seen by house boat with snacks and tea
    4) Maharaja place to Ganga aarti with India music concerts on house boat with some snacks and tea
    5) Sight seen of Varanasi walking tour start assi ghat to big cremation ghat and show nepali temple and golden temple, old city & Muslim area
    6) Sight seen of temple start Banaras Hindu university, Monkey Temple (Sanketmochan) , Durga Temple, Holy water pound .

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    How To Reach

    By Air

    By Air Varanasi is well connected and accessible to major Indian cities and tourist spots. There are daily domestic flights to and from Varanasi to several cities in India. Apart from the state owned Indian Airlines, there are many private air taxi operators that offer their services from Varanasi to other Indian cities. In fact, the daily flights on Delhi-Agra-Khajuraho-Varanasi route are quite popular among the tourists.

    By Train

    By Train Since Varanasi lies in the heartland of the North Indian plains, it is well connected to Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai and other parts of India. There are two railway stations in Varanasi, the Kashi Junction and the Varanasi Junction (also known as Varanasi Cantonment). Rajdhani Express from Delhi or from Calcutta passes through Varanasi too. One can also catch trains from Mughalsarai, just 10 km south of Varanasi.

    By Road

    By Road Situated in the flat Ganga plains, Varanasi has a good network of roads. frequent public and private buses and road transport to all the major towns of Uttar Pradesh and nearby areas.

Around Varanasi

1-Boat tour along the Ganges River

Sailing all along the Ganges is a quintessential Varanasi experience. With the sunset as a framework, you will have a perfect view of the city, its monuments and its Ghats as well as you will see the 'puja' from a different perspective.

We will start at Assi Ghat and continuous to Chet Singh Palace, Khedar temple, Harishandra ghat, Dashashwamedh ghat, Manikarnika ghat ( cremations) old Mosque A trip that you will enjoy while drinking a cup of chai (the typical India the) and listening to live Indian music concert.

Our boat tour will bring you the opportunity to feel the Ganges in an exceptional way.


2-Promenade along the Ghats

One of the main attractive points of the city is its Ghats. Going along the edge of the Ganges is a unique and spiritually enlightening experience. From Assi Ghat to Manikarnika Ghat, the walk makes you discover the colorful and alive face of the city.

From early morning to late evening, locals come to the steps that lead down the water to take a bath, cleaning clothes, doing yoga or just sitting in the border and feeling the energy of the river.

The promenade arrives to Manikarnika Ghat, the main burning ghat and the most auspicious place for a Hindu to be cremated. A scenario where life and death come together bringing you an explosion of emotions.


3-Varanasi, the holy city tour

Varanasi is one of the seven holy cities of Hinduism. Many peregrines come to the religious capital of India every year to pay homage to their Gods and Goddess hosted in the different temples which are hidden all along the streets of the centenary city.

Despite being witness to ancient civilizations come and go over centuries, Varanasi is still alive, unabashedly colourful, vibrant, and wonderfully rich in history and legends. A journey to this city with the Varanasi Sacred Walks is an intensely spiritual experience

If you want to discover the spiritual and sacred secrets of Varanasi, join us for a tour around the temples of the city.


4-Sarnath Tour

The Buddhist pilgrimage, Sarnath lies 10 km from Varanasi, near the confluence of the Ganges and the Gomati rivers in Uttar Pradesh.

There is the place where Buddha chose to deliver his first sermon. The celebrated Mantra, 'Buddham Sharanam Gachhami', owes its origin to Sarnath

The ruins, the museum and temple are all within walking distance. However, amongst the ruins the Dharmekh Stupa is impressive at 128 feet high, and 93 in diameter. The decaying ruins of the Mulagandhakuti Vihara mark the place where the Buddha spent his first rainy season in meditation. There are many places in Sarnath where you want to go.