Mathura Vrindavan Evening Tour from Agra

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In this tour you will explore the beautiful temples of the neighboring city Mathura and Vrindavan which is located on the distance of 70 kms from Agra city. You will be provided with a private luxury vehicle for this tour along with an excellent chauffeur. The holy city of Mathura and Vrindavan is auspicious according to the Hindu mythology as lord Krishna born and brought up in these two cities. Presently Mathura and Vrindavan is famous for the world class temples and Ashrams where pilgrims are coming to pay homage from all around the world.

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Location :Mathura Vrindavan
Trip : 01 Day
Min Age : 05
Max Age : 99
Max people : 10+ Members
Landing : Agra
Check in : Any Day
Check Out : Any Day
Identity Proof : Any Government Id
Visa : Required

Agra to Mathura Vrindavan day Tour Itinerary

  • Day 01:

    Agra - Mathura Vrindavan

    In this tour you will be received from Agra hotel in a private luxury vehicle in the afternoon and driven towards the pious city Mathura. Upon reaching you will visit the Janambhoomi Temple where lord Krishna born. Afterwards you will proceed to visit the Dwarka Dheesh temple dedicated to lord Krishna. This temple is built in Gujrati pattern and one of the top most attractions of Mathura city.

    Now you will be moving towards the Vrindavan city where you will visit the world famous temples such as Bankey Bihari temple where lord Krishna found in a child form. Afterwards you will visit the Isckon Vrindavan temple built by Hare Rama Hare Krishna trust. Now the next visit will be of the huge Prem mandir which looks amazing between colorful lightings. This temple was built by Shri Jagat Guru Kripalu Ji Maharaj. Here the lights and laser show make the temple an enormous beauty. After the tour you will be return back to your hotel in Agra in a same private vehicle.
Mathura Vrindavan Evening Tour from Agra
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