Shirdi Nashik Tour
- Accommodation in the hotel mentioned above or similar
- Daily breakfast (buffet or set menu)
- Transportation using Air-conditioned vehicle for the entire trip (Tata Indigo / Maruti Swift Dzire up to 4 Persons AND Toyota Innova/Mahindra Xylo up to 6 Persons)
- All expenses related to the vehicle such as driver allowance / toll, fuel and parking charges etc.
- All applicable Government taxes except GST applicable on total bill
- Sai Baba Temple entry & Darshan assistance with Aarti (Kakad Aarti OR Mid-day Aarti OR Evening Aarti or Late Night Shej Aarti
- Rudrabhishek at Trimbakeshwar Temple
Day 1 Landing in Mumbai/Pune, drive to Shirdi (approx. 5 Hours drive)
Today on your landing in Mumbai/Pune you will continue to Shirdi. Upon landing register with the inn and rest of the day at recreation. Medium-term remain at Shirdi
Day 2 Visit Sai Baba Temple and drive to Nashik
Today you will continue for the Darshan of Sai Baba. Later you will drive to Nashik to visit Godavari Ghat and Kalaram Temple. Medium-term remain at Nashik.
Day 3 Visit Trimbakeshwar and drive to Mumbai/Pune
After breakfast registration and continue to Trimbakeshwar Temple situated in grand environment. Visit the sanctuary and later drive to Mumbai/Pune so as to load up your prepare/trip back to main residence.
Situated in the area of Ahmednagar in Maharashtra, Shirdi is a standout amongst the most noteworthy religious goals in India. It is only 190 km from Pune and 240 km from Mumbai. The town is known for being the house Sai Baba, the considerable holy person who passed away in the year 1918. In spite of the fact that the genuine name and origination of Sai Baba are not known, he is accepted to have touched base at Shirdi when he was around 16 years of age and began living in the Khandoba Temple.
Worshipped by the two Hindus and Muslims, it is misty which religion he had a place with. The holy person put in just about 50 long periods of his life in this town lecturing his celebrated around the world saying ‘Sabka Maalik Ek’ (one God for all). Sai Baba has been (and still is) worshiped by individuals from different religions, foundations, ethnicities, and nations. The town of Shirdi gets a large number of guests who come to visit the hallowed place of Sri Sai Baba and alternate attractions