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Quick Getaways » Mumbai » Teen Jyotirlinga with Shirdi and Shani Singhnapur
Teen Jyotirlinga with Shani and Shirdi (3 NIGHTS / 4 DAYS)
Rs 7,550
3 nights & 4 days

The packages offers you the darshan of teen Jyotirlinga of Maharashtra along with Shirdi and the Shani Singhnapur darshan. The most affordable and inclusive of darshan packages from the house of Bharat Darshan Tours.

Day 01: Mumbai-Trimbakeshwar Jyotirlinga-Shirdi (295 kms)

Pick up from Mumbai Airport in the morning and leave for Trimbakeshwar Jyotirlinga. Also darshan of Lord Hanumanji of Anjaneri. Proceed to Shirdi upon arrival hotel check in visit to Shirdi sai Baba Dham for Shirdi Sai baba Darshan. Overnight stay at hotel.


Day 02:  Shirdi-Ghrishneshwar Jyotirlinga-Ellora Caves+Kailasa Temple-Aurangabad (135 kms)

After breakfast drive and arrive at Ellora Darshan of Grishneshwar Jyotirlinga, Kailasa Temple and also visit to Ellora Caves (TUESDAY CLOSED). Overnight at hotel in Aurangabad.


Day 03: Aurangabad-Shani Singhnapur-Bhimashankar Jyotirlinga (290 kms)

Leave for Bhimashankar Jyotirlinga en route visit to Shani Singhnapur. Arrival at Hotel check in and overnight stay at Bhimashankar.


Day 04: Bhimashankar-Mumbai (200 kms)

After breakfast visit to Bhimashankar Jyotirlinga and leave for Mumbai Airport/Railway station for onward journey.


Based on budget branded hotels: AC Rooms


Shirdi:                  Hotel Ashoka Executive/Similar

Aurangabad:      Hotel Yash Executive/Similar

Parli:                     Anusaya Palace/Similar

Bhimashankar:    Natraj Holiday Resort/Similar


Tour Price:


Per Person: ₹ 7,550  x 08   (Cost based on Minimum of 08 persons traveling together)-02 Triple + 01 double rooms


Cost Includes of:


·                         Accommodation on Double/Twin/Triple sharing basis.

·                         Light Breakfast.

·                         All surface transportation & sightseeing by LUXURY AC Tempo Traveller as per above itinerary with excellent driver known to this places.

·                         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:


·                         Any airfare/Train Fare

·                         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.


Please be informed:


-Booking amount 40 % at the time of confirmation.

-Decrease in the number of persons would increases 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 or individual travel, the supplement will be applicable to the group or individual. Total kms blocking 1200 for 4 Kms count will be from Garage to Garage extra kms will be charged and payable directly as per actual.

-Breakfast will be served between 8:30 am to 10 Am. (Light breakfast includes of Idli/Phoha/Dosa/Similar with Tea and Coffee)

-Early check in subject to room availability. Standard Check in 12 noon or 14:00 hrs.-The quote is not valid during festive period. Supplement for the same will be extra as per applicable. 

-The quote is based on online portal which is not static we would request you to confirm at the earliest. The price and availability is subject to change without prior notice.

-Hotels rooms are subject to availability at the time of confirmation. In case of unavailability of the rooms we will provide the similar hotels/Camps.

-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.

- Cancelation applies as per company policies.

-Final Confirmation is subject to 100% advance payment.

-All dispute will subject to Delhi jurisdiction only.




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

·                                   Women should always be properly dressed and should cover their head before entering a Sikh gurudwara or a mosque.

·                                   When you enter a mosque, you are supposed to step right foot first into the courtyard.

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