Lord Krishna’s childhood abode, Vrindavan is a small, religiously significant town on the banks of Yamuna River. Considered to be one of the holiest cities for the devotees of Lord Krishna, Vrindavan is the place where is Lord Krishna is said to have spent a large part of his infancy and early years. With the Yamuna River reverberating the youthful conviviality of Lord Krishna and the gopikas, this spiritual site only reminds us of young Krishna and his frolic years.
Devotees from all over the country flock the town of Vrindavan throughout the year with a quest to abandon their worldly life and pleasures. And in the peculiar case of Hare Krishna sect, followers from all over the world throng this city, keeping it burning in devotion and tranquility all through the year and making a visit to Vrindavan much more than a regular holy city. The countless, new and old Krishna and Radha temples are scattered all over the town. The surroundings, during the times of Janmashtmi, Holi and Radhashtmi turn perfectly vibrant, and in turn depict these numerous Vrindavan temples at their best.
As a general practice, most of the devotees combine their Vrindavan tour with a tour to Mathura. Together, this Mathura Vrindavan tour is the best way to soak in the divinity.
Here’s a rundown of the single day Vrindavan itinerary to help you familiarize with the various aspects of our Vrindavan tour package along with the helpful Vrindavan temple list.
At a distance of 182 km from Delhi, Vrindavan can be covered easily in a single day. Sehgal Transport runs pre-scheduled Delhi to Vrindavan Volvo bus service as a part of their Vrindavan tourism program.