Shirdi Sai Baba Darshan Package
- Sightseeing by private car
- Pick and Drop at time of arrival/departure
- Driver’s allowance, Road tax and Fuel charges
- Parking and Toll tax
- All tours and transfers by Personal Car is included
- Alcoholic / Non- Alcoholic beverages
- 5% GST
- Expenses caused by factors beyond our control like rail and flight delays, roadblocks, vehicle mal-functions, political disturbances etc.
- All personal expenses
- Travel insurance
- Camera fee
- Tips, laundry & phone call
- Any Airfare / Train fare
- Entrance fees to monuments and museum
Day 1 – Arrival in Shirdi (Kopargaon) – Shani Shingnapur – Grishneshwar (Jyotirlinga)
Continue from the Kopargaon railroad station to the inn and check in. Spruce up and visit the sanctuary in Shani Shingnapur. After darshan, drive to Grishneshwar (Jyotirlinga). Medium-term remain in Shirdi.
Day 2 – Shirdi – Bhimashankar – Shirdi
Have a tasty morning breakfast and after that drive to Bhimashankar (Jyotirlinga). After darshan, come back to Shirdi for a charming medium-term remain.
Day 3 – Shirdi – Nashik (Trimbakeshwar)
Relish a healthy breakfast, look at from the lodging and continue to Nashik. Visit the Trimbakeshwar Temple (Jyotirlinga), Sita Gufaa, Muktidham Temple and different sanctuaries close-by. Spend an agreeable medium-term remain in Nashik.
Day 4 – Departure
After your morning breakfast, look at from the inn and after takeoff from Nashik, have a pleasant excursion back home.
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 home Sai Baba, the immense 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.
Adored by the two Hindus and Muslims, it is hazy 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 really popular 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 huge number of guests who come to visit the place of worship of Sri Sai Baba and alternate attractions like the Dixit Wada Museum, Adul Baba Cottage, Dwarkamai and then some. The town of is loaded with generosity, warmth, and sympathy.