Popular Uttar Pradesh Packages
Uttar Pradesh Tour Packages
|Explore Golden Triangle beyond Taj Mahal||6 Days / 5 Nights||₹ 22424.0|
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|Golden Triangle Tour with Ranthambore||6 Days / 5 Nights||₹ 20687.0|
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Uttar Pradesh is one of the largest states in India that is known for its arts, crafts, cultural heritage, and a wide variety of flora and fauna that can be witnessed by taking up Uttar Pradesh tour packages. One of the major attractions here is the Taj Mahal which is one of the seven wonders of the world. Moreover, one can find a lot of pilgrimage sites of various religions here and numerous cultural events happen throughout the year and attract devotees in large numbers. Art and crafts also form an integral part of Uttar Pradesh’s cultural heritage.
Each and every city in Uttar Pradesh is unique in its own way. Khurja is known as the ceramic city, Moradabad is the treasure house for brassware and bronze, Lucknow for chicken embroidery, Varanasi for silk and zardozi, Kanpur for its leather, and Firozabad is home to beautiful and artistic glassware. This tells that Uttar Pradesh has a rich art and craft heritage and forms for a great shopping destination. The traditions and cultures are alive here as well. Many cities are home to religious temples and shrines. From Varanasi and Allahabad towards the east and Mathura and Agra towards the west represent the strong cultural beliefs in India. Celebrations are in full galore during festivities and attract tourists from all across the globe. With more than twenty national parks, wildlife and bird sanctuaries in Uttar Pradesh, it becomes a great vacation for nature lovers and adventure enthusiasts. Bird watching, elephant safari, jeep rides, and camping are just a few activities which are included under Uttar Pradesh Tour Packages
that one can enjoy with their friends and families when visiting these sanctuaries. All this is just a glimpse of activities and fun one can have when they visit Uttar Pradesh during their holidays. It has a lot to offer for people of all age groups and interests. Few frequently asked questions are answered below, hope this helps you in picking the right city for your visit.
People Also Ask About Uttar Pradesh Tours
What are the famous places to visit on a sightseeing tour in Uttar Pradesh?
Uttar Pradesh is a North Indian state that represents a blend of vivid cultures. It has so many beautiful places to visit and enjoy a holiday at. From pilgrimage places to wildlife sanctuaries to lush green forests, a lot of activities can be enjoyed during your vacation with friends and family.
Few popular places that you must visit in your trip are:
- Taj Mahal – One of the seven wonders of the world
- Mathura – It is the Krishna Janma Bhoomi
- Varanasi – This city with great cultural richness and significance
- Sarnath – Famous or the Chaukhandi Stupa and museums
- Lucknow – The capital city famous for Mughal architecture and food.
- Kushinagar – Famous for Buddhist temples and museums.
Where are the best places for cycling in Uttar Pradesh?
Cycling is one of the best ways to explore a city and its people. Riding through the lanes, the busy markets, and through the countryside is a different activity that one seldom gets to experience in a metro city. One can enjoy a cycle ride in many cities in Uttar Pradesh. Few of them are:
- Half day bike tour, Agra – one can ride the city lanes to Taj Mahal and other monuments.
- Lucknow on Cycle – the rich culture in Lucknow can be explored by taking a cycling tour.
- A cycle trip connecting Agra, Jaipur, and Delhi is the most famous cycling tour in India.
Which are the famous pilgrimage tours in Uttar Pradesh?
Uttar Pradesh is home to a lot of pilgrimage sites for people of all religion. This state is a unique combination of religion and culture. This land of spirituality has been the destination of devotees for many centuries now. All the festivals are celebrated with great enthusiasm here and a lot of religious rituals take place throughout the year.
Few popular pilgrimage places that you must visit in your trip are:
- Varanasi – The mighty river Ganga, Kashi Vishwanath temple
- Ayodhya – Ramkot, Hanuman Garhi, Saryu
- Mathura – Vrindavan and Krishna temples
- Allahabad – Prayag Kumbh Mela, Magh Mela
- Buddhist places – Sarnath, Sravasti, Kaushambi etc.
- Vindhyachal – Vindhyavasini Devi temple
Which are the best art and culture experiences in Uttar Pradesh?
Uttar Pradesh has a rich cultural background due to which many historic art forms are still prevalent here. Major art forms that are popular are sculpting, hand-craft designing, and painting. Taj Mahotsav is one of the grand events that celebrate different art, crafts, and cultures in India.
Few art and cultural experiences that you can enjoy in UP are:
- Wood carving from Saharanpur
- Brass Wares from Moradabad
- Chikan work from Lucknow
- Silk & zari work from Banaras
- Prayag Kumbh Mela in Allahabad
- Taj Mahotsav in Agra
Which are the places for a wildlife experience in Uttar Pradesh?
Uttar Pradesh is not only famous for its historic monuments and cultural history, but also for the rich and diverse wildlife that it is home to. Many wildlife sanctuaries have become an important part of the tourism here as they are adventure destinations and wildlife lovers fall in love with them.
One can visit the below-listed wildlife sanctuaries when vacationing in Uttar Pradesh:
- Dudhwa National Park & Tiger Reserve
- Chandra Prabha Wildlife Sanctuary
- National Chambal Wildlife Sanctuary
- Pilibhit Tiger Reserve & Wildlife Sanctuary
- Martyr Chandra Shekhar Azad Bird Sanctuary
- Okhla Bird Sanctuary
- Kishanpur Wildlife Sanctuary
One of the oldest, richest, and holiest shrines of India is located in the sacred city of Varanasi and is known as Shri Kashi Vishwanath Temple. Named Kashi, due to the ancient name of Varanasi, the glorious temple commemorates the mighty Lord Shiva and is a part of the 12 Jyotirlingas. Thousands of devotees travel from miles away to witness its soothing spiritual ambiance and seek blessings from their god. Sun glistens on the towering spires and domes made out of pure gold. As you walk through the gates, you can hear the soft rushing sounds of river Ganges nearby. Miniature shrines of various Hindu deities encircle the main hall of Sabha Griha. And at the heart of this hall, standing on a silver platform is the magnificent brown stoned effigy of Lord Shiva. Having braved the ravages of cultural wars, this temple has been demolished and reconstructed many times. Hence, this temple is not only an eminent pilgrimage site but also a prominent historical landmark.Distance from Varanasi: 5.3 kmBest Time to Visit: Shivratri and Rangabhari Ekadashi
The meeting point or the confluence of three of the most important rivers in the Hindu religion, Triveni Sangam, is a holy place located in Allahabad. It is one of the most popular and sacred places to visit in Allahabad, and is often a host to some of the most important fairs and festivals of the religion.The rivers Ganga, Yamuna and Sarawati meet at the Sangam. Due to the popularity of the region, the entire city of Allahabad is also sometimes referred to as Sangam. Every 12 years, an incredibly auspicious festival called the Kumbh Mela is organized at this location, while every six years, the Ardh Kumbh is hosted here.Both of these festivals see a massive influx of tourists and locals to the Sangam. Hindus take a dip at the place where the rivers meet, believing that touching the holy water washes away the sins of all births. The Sangam can be easily identified by the varying colors of the Ganges and the Yamuna river, the latter of which has slightly greenish water.
Formerly a burial complex near the Allahabad junction railway station, Khusro Bagh is currently a walled garden typical of the Mughal construction. Khusro Bagh has three brilliantly designed sandstone mausoleums paying tribute to Mughal royals, including Shah Begum, Khusrau Mirza, and Nithar Begum, all of whom were related to Akbar’s son Jahangir. Shah Begum’s tomb is designed in a similar style to Fatehpur Sikri with a three-tiered design. It is one of the most beautiful places to visit in prayagraj. Chhatris, arabesque inscriptions, and traditional Mughal motifs dot all of the three mausoleums. The domed roofs also feature elaborate calligraphy by some of the ruler’s best calligraphers. Khusro Bagh is an important site to visit if you want to learn more about the Mughal history of India, particularly that associated with the ancient Prayagraj.Location: Lukarganj, Prayagraj, Uttar Pradesh 211016Timings: 6 AM to 9:30 PM