Tempo Traveller in Varanasi - Book Your Ride Now for Local Sightseeing & Outstation

Along the banks of River Ganga is situated Varanasi, also known as Banaras, Kashi, Anandkanan, etc. Varanasi is one of the oldest places of dwelling in India, dating back to the first millennium BC. It is a place of high religious importance for the Hindus, Buddhists, and Jains. It is a belief in Hinduism that one who dies on the sacred land of Varanasi attains salvation. Another popular belief is that by taking a dip in the river Ganga, washes away all your sins and you are blessed with a beautiful life ahead. Varanasi is said to have been the centre of cultural, educational, spiritual, and religious importance right from the times back-dated. It is proven through archaeological excavations and other fossil elements. As of today, Varanasi depicts the Indian culture system of Unity in Diversity, as people from all over India and a few from other western countries too have settled here. Hire a tempo traveller in Varanasi with Taxiyatri to go through this mystique town.

Places to Visit on your Tour to Varanasi

Let you be a frequent traveller to Varanasi or a first-timer; the crowd in the town is sure to make you feel a little puzzled. To travel with your own group comfortably, we advise a tempo traveller hire in Varanasi with Taxiyatri. Let your group be of a small, medium, or large type with respect to the number of passengers; you can hire tempo traveller in Varanasi with Taxiyatri according to your requirement and budget. Here is a list of seven places you ought to visit when you are in Varanasi.

The River Ganga has its source in the Himalayas and ends by flowing in the Bay of Bengal. Almost 400 to 600 million people rely on the River Ganga for water consumption. Try to catch the early morning sunrise at Ganga by taking a tempo traveller on rent in Varanasi. Also, there are numerous Ghats, which can be explored with boatsmen taking you around the river. To connect to the River Ganga on a religious note, offer a candle and a fresh flower to the river in the evening times.

You can reach the Dasaswamedh Ghat with your group by booking a minibus on hire in Varanasi with Taxiaytri. This Ghat is one of the liveliest Ghats you can explore throughout the day. Sadhus, holy men, with their faces covered in sacred ashes, can be seen performing religious activities, and a few can be observed in deep meditation. The speciality of this Ghat is the evening 7 pm Ganga Aarti. All the priests draped in an orange shade vest offer fresh flowers to the sacred Ganga River, and with the blowing of the conch shell, the religious rites start. This routine is followed for almost 45 minutes. It’s a mesmerizing experience that one can never forget.

The most visited Ghat in Varanasi is the Assi Ghat owing to the idol of Shiva Lingam under the century old fig tree. Devotees from all over the world come to pay their respect to this idol. Assi Ghat is also famous for live religious music, which is played throughout the mornings. A tempo traveller on rent with Taxiyatri can easily lead you to this Ghat.

The Hindu mythology states that Manikarnika Ghat is the most auspicious place for the departed souls to attain Nirvana. On an average, at least 100 pyres are burned on the Ghat every day. The funerals at this Ghat take place round the clock, every day of the year. Surely this is not a normal tourist attraction spot, so if you feel you are weak-hearted, it is better not to visit this place for observation and obvious reasons.

Tempo Traveller Fare in Varanasi

Tempo Traveller Price / K.M. Seating Driver Charge Book Here
9 Seater 21/- Rs. 8+1-D 500/- Per Day Call Now
10 Seater 22/- Rs. 9+1-D 500/- Per Day Call Now
11 Seater 22/- Rs. 10+1-D 500/- Per Day Call Now
12 Seater 24/- Rs. 11+1-D 500/- Per Day Call Now
13 Seater 24/- Rs. 12+1-D 500/- Per Day Call Now
14 Seater 24/- Rs. 13+1-D 500/- Per Day Call Now
15 Seater 24/- Rs. 14+1-D 500/- Per Day Call Now
16 Seater 25/- Rs. 15+1-D 500/- Per Day Call Now
17 Seater 25/- Rs. 16+1-D 500/- Per Day Call Now
18 Seater 25/- Rs. 17+1-D 500/- Per Day Call Now
19 Seater 26/- Rs. 18+1-D 500/- Per Day Call Now
20 Seater 28/- Rs. 19+1-D 500/- Per Day Call Now
21 Seater 28/- Rs. 20+1-D 500/- Per Day Call Now
22 Seater 28/- Rs. 21+1-D 500/- Per Day Call Now
23 Seater 30/- Rs. 22+1-D 500/- Per Day Call Now
24 Seater 31/- Rs. 23+1-D 500/- Per Day Call Now
25 Seater 33/- Rs. 24+1-D 500/- Per Day Call Now
26 Seater 33/- Rs. 25+1-D 500/- Per Day Call Now

Minimum Km Limit - 250Km

  • Dhamek Stupa

Right after Hinduism, Buddhists too consider Varanasi to be a place of worship, as it is said that Lord Buddha delivered his first sermon post-enlightenment here. He unveiled the Eight-Fold Path to the commoners in this sermon. Dhamek Stupa is a brick structure built around 1500 years ago to replace the earlier structure, which was believed to be built in 249 BC. Located in Sarnath, near Varanasi, you can hire a tempo traveller for outstation and visit more places like the Chaukhandi Stupa, Tibetan Temple, and also the Ashoka Pillar.

  • Shri Kashi Vishwanath Temple

One of the most visited temples in Varanasi is the Shri Kashi Vishwanath temple, situated very near to the Manikarnika Ghat. It is also known as the Golden Temple, for it is plated with around 800 kilograms of real gold. It is dedicated to the Hindu Lord Shiva, who is also followed by a lot of westerners. You have to go through a huge line before entering the temple. It is quite a tedious yet a rewarding outing to visit the temple. We would advise you to hire a luxury tempo traveller in Varanasi with Taxiyatri to roam through the city of Varanasi.

  • Ramnagar Fort

There are a very few historical places in India that do not display forts. Varanasi, too has a fort of its own called as the Ramnagar Fort. Built totally out of sandstone, the architectural beauty is now a museum that displays vintage cars, hookas used during the princely times, weapons of the past, royal chairs which are decked in numerous jewels, and there is also an astronomical clock which is said to be around 200 years old. There is a small temple in the Ramnagar Fort dedicated to the Indian sage and author, Saint Veda Vyasa, who scripted the Mahabharata and other religious epics. Hire a tempo traveller and reach the base of the fort very comfortably.

FAQs

Does Taxiyatri also provide a guide during sightseeing?

You won’t require a separate guide when you do a tempo traveller booking in Varanasi with Taxiyatri, as our drivers being local, know the town, its routes, and also the stories behind every tourist attraction. For your perusal, our drivers can speak fluently in English, Hindi, and a local language.

How safe are the tempo travellers booked with Taxiyatri?

We maintain 100% hygiene by keeping all the vehicles in our fleet sanitized after every journey. Also, all our staff members wear facemasks at all times. We also encourage all our passengers to continue wearing their facemasks throughout the journey. Last but not least, every vehicle of Taxiyatri is given a sufficient amount of burnout time to prevent cross-contamination.

Does Taxiyatri provide self-drive tempo travellers?

No! Sorry, as of now, we have not started this facility

How and when do I get the tempo traveller and driver’s details after booking?

You will be informed 3 hours prior to your journey with the details of the driver as well as the tempo traveller via SMS, e-mail, and WhatsApp.

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