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5 Jyotirlinga darshan tour by car (4 NIGHTS / 5 DAYS)
Rs 7,400
4 nights & 5 days

All Jyotirlingas are self-born (Svayambhu) and are regarded as most sacred. By taking a Darshan of these Jyotirlingas, the auspicious air surrounding them and the holy pilgrimage, will bring happiness, peace and satisfaction to all. We ensure that all the pilgrimage tour is of our customers have a hassle free. The five Jyotirlingas of Maharashtra are Aundha Nagnath, Bhimashankar, Grishneshwar, Parli Vaijnath and Trimbakeshwar. Surrounded by thick dense forest, Bhimashankar is a major pilgrim place. About 25,000 pilgrims visit here to take part in the annual Maha Shivratri fair. Bhimashankar got its name due to the origin of River Bhima here. Trimbakeshwar is a very holy place of Maharashtra . It is situated near Nasik .It is believed that Aundha Nagnath is constructed by the eldest Pandav while they were in exile for 14 years. The Aundha Nagnath has great significance as it is considered to be the 8th of the 12Jyotirlingas.Grishneshwar temple is located at a distance of 11 Km from Daulatabad near Aurangabad.

Day 01: Pune-Bhimashanker Temple (Jyotirlinga)-Nashik  (315 kms)

Pick up in the morning from Pune Airport and drive to Nashik. En route Darshan Bhimashanker Jyotirlinga. Post Darshan continue your journey transfer to Nashik. Upon arrival hotel check-in. Overnight stay at Nashik.


Day 02:  Nashik –Trimbakeshwar Jyotirlinga Darshan-Shirdi (150 kms)

After an early breakfast leave for Trimbakeshwar Jyotirlinga Darshan continue your drive to Shirdi. Upon arrival hotel check-in and proceed for Sai Baba Darshan. Overnight at hotel in Shirdi.


Day 03: Shirdi- Shani Singhnapur-Grishneshwar Temple-Kailash Temple-Ellora Caves-Aurangabad (210 kms)

After an early breakfast leave for Shani Singhnapur then quickly proceed to Grineshwar Temple later and Kailash Temple of Ellora & Ellora Caves (TUESDAY CLOSED). Transfer to the hotel in Aurangabad. Upon arrival hotel check-in. Overnight at Hotel.


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

In the early morning leave for Aundha Nagnath Ji Temple Darshan after that proceed to Parli Vaijnath darshan. Overnight at Parli Hotel.              


Day 05: Parli Vaijnath-Pune (353 kms)

Leave for Pune in the early morning after breakfast to board the train or flight from Pune for further journey.




Hotels Envisaged as under: Neat and Clean Brand Hotel- AC Rooms 

Nashik: Hotel Balaji Inn/Similar

Shirdi: Hotel Eshosans Palace/Similar

Aurangabad: Hotel Ashoka Executive/Similar

Parli Vaijnath: Hotel Anusaya/Similar/Similar


Price Per Person: Rs.7400 (Cost based on a minimum of 04 persons travelling together)


Cost Includes:

  • Accommodation on twin or Double sharing.
  • Breakfast.
  • All Surface Transportation & sightseeing by AC Dzire/Etios/Aspire with our excellent chauffeur cum guide as per the above itinerary.
  • All interstate taxes, permits, driver Bhatta, parking, road tax, toll taxes and fuel charges etc. are included
  • Includes of all applicable hotel taxes.


Cost excludes:

  • Personal nature Expenses i.e. Telephone Calls, Laundry, Soft / Hard Drinks, Meals, Tipping, Insurance etc.
  • Camera Fee & Entrance Fees to Monuments.
  •  Anything not specified not Included
  •  Expenses due to force Majeure Factor.
  •  GST 5%


Rates are subject to change without prior notice. In case of non-availability of rooms in the above-mentioned hotels, we would accommodate in the similar hotels. 




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