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Panch Jyotirlinga, Ashtavinayaka with Shani Singhnapur, Shirdi Darshan (5 NIGHTS / 6 DAYS)
Rs 11,650
5 nights & 6 days

This 06 days darshan tour packages which is offered by Bharat Darshan takes you to the most heavenly and holistic experience once should expect. Our darshan package by car gives you the right tune synchronized with the lands of Lord Shiva and Ganesha.

Day 01: Pune Arrival (Total round of approx 300 kms)

Upon arrival at the Airport or Railway station in the morning meet and transfer to the hotel after quick wash n change proceeds for Ashtavinayak Temples. Begin with Shree Chintamani Vinayak  Temple-Theur then proceed to Shree Mayureshwar Ganapati Temple-Morgaon afterwards visit Shree Siddhivinayaka Siddhatek and visit to Ranjangaon Ganpati Darshan.  By late evening return to the hotel in Pune for an overnight stay.


Day 02: Pune

After breakfast proceeds to Varad Vinayak Ganpati darshan and later proceed to Shri Balleshwar  Ashtvinayak Temple-Pali. By evening return to the hotel in Pune.


Day 03:Pune-Parli Vaijnath (341 kms)

The morning after early breakfast leave for Parli Vaijnath Jyotirlinga. Upon arrival hotel check-in. Proceed for darshan. Overnight stay at Pune.


Day 04: Parli Vaijnath-Aundha Nagnath-Aurangabad- (318 kms)

Early morning after breakfast leave for Aundha Nagnath Jyotirlinga Darshan and drive to Aurangabad.  Upon arrival check into the hotel and overnight stay.


Day 05: Aurangabad-Grishneshwar Jyotirlinga-Kailasa Temple-Ellora Caves (Tuesday closed)-Shani Singhnapur -Nashik (280 kms)

After an early morning breakfast leave for Grishneshwara  Jyotirlinga Darshan visit to Kailasa Temple, Optional if time permits: Ellora Caves (Tuesday Closed) and  continue to Shani Singhnapur darshan and proceed to Shirdi Sai Baba. After darshan reaches Nashik by late evening. Upon arrival at Nashik hotel check-in and overnight stay.


Day 06:Nashik-Lenyadri- Ojar-Bhimashanker Jyotirlinga-Pune (355 kms)

Leave early morning Darshan of Trimbakeshwara Jyotirlinga and leave for Pune on way darshan of Grijatmaj Ganpati Darshan at Lenyadri and then Vigneshwara Ganpati Darshan at Ozar continue your drive to Bhimashanker darshan of Bhimashankar Jyotirlinga proceed to Pune to reach Pune hotel/Airport/Railway station. 

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Hotels Envisaged as under OR SIMILAR- AC ROOM

Pune:                      Oyo Citiotel Shivajinagar-                                          2 nights

Parli:                        Anusaya Palace-                                                       1 night

Aurangabad:           Hotel Yash Executive                                                 1 night

Nashik:                   Hotel Pooja International/Balaji Inn/SImilar                1 night


Special promotional Offers: 


Per Person: ₹ 11,650  (Cost based on a minimum of 06 persons travelling together) 03 Double rooms


Cost Includes of:


-  Accommodation on double/twin sharing.

 - Breakfast at hotel.

-  All surface transportation & sightseeing by Innova Car as per above itinerary with our excellent professional driver.

- All interstate taxes, permits, driver bhatta, parking, road tax, toll taxes and fuel charges etc. are included.

-  Includes of all applicable taxes.


Cost excludes of:


- Personal nature expenses i.e. telephone calls, laundry, soft /hard drinks, meals, tipping, insurance etc.

- Camera fee & any type of entrance fees to monuments.

- Anything not specified not included.

- Expenses due to force majeure factor.


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Please be informed:


- The decrease in the number of persons would increase the cost of the package.

- All prices are calculated based on current fuel charges, city and parking permits, hotel taxes, govt service taxes and road taxes.

- If the prices change during the time of group/individual travel, the supplement will be borne by the guest while travelling or at the time of confirmation.

- Early check-in subject to room availability. Standard Check in 12 noon.

- The Confirmation of the rooms and prices are subject to availability at the time of confirmation. In case of unavailability of the room, we will provide the similar hotels

- Quotations are valid for 3 days after which a fresh quotation will be sent to you on request.

- Additional sightseeing or extra usage of the vehicle, other than mentioned in the itinerary, will need extra cost and directly payable on the spot.

- The guest should always keep cool with the drivers as they are not tourism educated and come from different remote villages.

- Expenses caused by factors beyond our control like rail and flight delays and any other force majeure factor will be borne by the guest.

- Services unused will not be refunded after confirmation whatever the reason may be.

- Confirmation is subject to 100% advance payment.

- All dispute will subject to Delhi jurisdiction only.




You have to remove your shoes before entering a shrine.

Drinking alcoholic beverages on the premises or speaking in a raised voice is prohibited.

In some Hindu and Jain temples all leather products like shoes, belts, handbags, camera cases etc. are prohibited.

Many temples also expect visitors to purify themselves by washing their hands and feet under a tap or tank available there before entering.

In a Buddhist monastery always remember to follow a clockwise direction while spinning a prayer wheel, going around the interiors and exteriors of the monastery itself, stupa or Mani wall.

In Some of the Hindu temple women are not allowed.



All animal products, souvenirs, and trophies are subject to the Wildlife (Protection) Act, 1972. The export of skins made from protected wildlife species (except crocodile-leather goods) is not allowed. Such items cannot be imported into many countries, including the United States. Items more than 100 years old cannot be exported without a permit from the Archaeological Survey, which has an office in Delhi.


Reputable shops will provide you with the required permit or help you procure it. Indian Customs will detain items without permits if they are believed to be over 100 years old.



The units of Indian currency are the rupee and the paisa (100 paise is equal to one rupee). Paper money comes in denominations of 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 500 and 1000 rupees. Coins are in denominations of 50 paise, one rupee, two rupees, five rupees and ten rupees. Importing and exporting the currency is strictly against the rules. International airports have currency-exchange booths that are always open for arriving or departing overseas flights. A good idea would be to change a certain amount of money in small denominations.


The tourists are required to make a declaration in the Currency Declaration Form given to him on arrival about the amount of money (currency or cheques). There are no restrictions on the amount a tourist may bring into India. Cash, bank notes and travellers' cheques up to the US $ 1,000 or equivalent, need not be declared at the time of entry.


Any money in convertible currencies should be exchanged only through authorised moneychangers and banks that will issue an encashment certificate that is required at the time of reconversion of any unspent money. The encashment slip is also required when paying hotel bills or travel expenses in rupees. Exchanging of foreign currency other than banks or authorised moneychangers is an offence under Foreign Exchange Regulations Act 1973.



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