This walking tour will help you to explore this unique ancient city and its culture. You will see main Ganga Ghats, local market in old city alleys, ancient temples along Ganga Ghat and Vishwanath Corridor area, and the most sacred cremation site for Hinduism followers - Manikarnika Ghat. Ghats in Varanasi / Banaras are riverfront steps leading to the banks of the River Ganges. Life along the Ganga Ghats is the unique experience. The market in old city alleys will define the complete culture of this city. You can enjoy local street food items too. In Vishwanath Corridor area, you will see 100's of ancient temples including Shri Kashi Viswanath Temple and Nepali Temple (Mini Khajuraho). You will see an observatory - Jantar Mantar at Maan Mandir Ghat.
I am born and brought up in spiritual capital of India - Varanasi. I am an Information Technology graduate having experience of more than 20 years in service industry. I am passionate of meeting peoples from different cultures and interested to help them explore this unique city and it's culture. To understand this oldest living city of the world, I am the right person to explain you about the history, culture, religion and life style of this place. My co-host for this experience is Anant Prakash. He is expert in explaining history and culture of this city along with concepts of Hindu religion in both languages English and Russian. He has a 10 years experience in tourism industry.
You can take beautiful and unique pictures of this ancient city for your memory. You can take shots of ancient temples, some…
You will visit the most sacred cremation site for Hinduism followers - Manikarnika Ghat, the river fronts (ghats), alongside the river Ganga in Banaras. You will visit Vishwanath Corridor area - ancient temples like Nepali Temple. Visit also Dashaswamedh Ghat, Rajendra Prasad Ghat, Maan Mandir Ghat and main old city market in narrow alleys. Life along Ganga Ghat in narrow alleys will give you glimpse of the real culture of this city.
Significant walking involved You should wear appropriate comfortable outfit according to the season/weather during tour. You should put on footwear with grip as the Ghats and streets can be wet and slippery. Avoid slippers and sandals.
Cultural Walk-temples, cremation place