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Please your palate on this 4-hour food tour in Varanasi as your guide shows you some of the tastiest spots that can easily be missed when exploring on your own. Maneuver your way through the busy streets and markets of the city to find delicious eateries, including the well-liked Kachauri Gali and Deena Chat Bhandar. Then, head down closer to the river in Dashashwamedh Ghat to watch a Ganga Aarti ceremony performed by priests.
Day tour to Village offers you to experience true Indian culture visiting rural areas and village of Varanasi,where people live with less amenities.You get to see green plants,grass,healthy cows and smiles of rural people.
• Highlights • more about traditional Indian spices and how to make the traditional food • Learn specific techniques for making Indian food and using the spices • Visit the vegetable market and learn how to barter with local vendors • Enjoy your food with a local familyInclusiveEnglish Speaking Guide Mineral Water Hotel pick up & Drop offLunch Cooking class GST (Goods & Service Tax )ExclusionArrival / DepartureGratitude
Our cooking class offers you to experience our delicious Indian food.You get to learn any one particular food in this class.The class includes your lunch.For example if you are doing this class in the evening,then it will include your dinner with us whatever you cook.
Varanasi is found at extreme view by the ghats. Best sights & superbly photogenic scenes are viewed of the western bank of the river Ganga. Morning ‘Aarti’ is performed at “Assi Ghat”. A group of saints clad in silky saffrons and white robes conduct this ritual. Each saint takes up a specific spot in the Ghat and start the ceremony by offering flowers to the river and waves oil lamps in asynced motion while chanting some mantras you will be fascinated with the scene of ‘Aarti’ at “Assi Ghat” while boating. The variety of ritual sites called ghats can be best seen & felt by the boat.