Shirdi Yatra Package
Train journey in 3AC Class
02 Nights AC accommodation in Hotel Bhagyalaxmi/Similar at Shirdi with breakfast, lunch & dinner
Transfers and sightseeing in AC vehicle as per group size.
All applicable taxes.
GST @5% on total billing.
Any portage at hotels, railway station, tips, insurance, mineral water, telephone charges, laundry and all items of personal nature.
Meals in train
Any Still/ Video Camera fees, entrance fees for monuments and any activities suggested in the itinerary are chargeable direct.
Line Darshan passes.
Any additional meals / en route meals, sightseeing and activities other than those mentioned in the itinerary. Any service not specified in inclusions.
Day 01 : (Shirdi Yatra Package)
Shirdi Yatra Package Takeoff from New Delhi Railway Station via Train no. 12628, Karnataka Express at 21:15 hrs. Medium-term prepare travel.
Day 02 :
Deboard at Kopergaon at 16.45 hrs. Move to inn in AC vehicle according to assemble measure. Leisure time to visit Shirdi Shrine. Supper and medium-term remain in inn.
Day 03 : (Shirdi Yatra Package)
After breakfast continue for darshan at Shani Shignapur in cooled vehicle according to bunch size.Lunch at inn. Night available time to visit Samadhi sanctuary, Gurusthan,Lendi gardens, Chavadi, Dwarkamai. Supper and medium-term remain.
Day 04 :
Breakfast at inn. Morning at relaxation. Look at from inn at 11:30 hrs.After lunch exchange to Kopergaon Railway Station in cooled vehicle according to aggregate size to board 12627 Karnataka Express at 13:40 hrs. Medium-term prepare travel.
Day 05 : (Shirdi Yatra Package)
Landing in New Delhi station at 10:30 HRS Shirdi is a small village in Kopargam taluk in Ahmadnagar District of the Maharashtra State. When Sai Baba, the great ascetic first arrived from Panthri village in Maharashtra in 1858 to Shirdi, it was only a tiny hamlet of 80 thatched houses with mud walls. A man of principle, Sai Baba, as he was lovingly called by his Hindu and Muslim followers, devoted his entire life in teaching the common path of Hinduism and Islam.