Every year, hundreds of tourists flock to Mathura in Uttar Pradesh, which is known as the birthplace of the Hindu deity Lord Krishna. Buddhists and Jains both make pilgrimages to this sacred city.
On the other side, Lord Krishna’s boyhood was spent in Vrindavan. Every year, devotees throng to Vrindavan to experience the joy and colour of Krishna’s youth.
Nidhivan and Seva Kunj border this holy city, and it is believed that its name derives from Vrinda (which means basil) and van (meaning grove). A fast one-day road trip from Delhi NCR to Mathura & Vrindavan is a fantastic way to reenergize spiritually over the weekend.
Overview of the Trip
Anytime between October and March, when there is a break from the oppressive heat, is the finest time to go from Delhi to Mathura and Vrindavan. The one-day private automobile tour from Delhi to Mathura and Vrindavan is intended to show you all the significant locations in both holy cities.
Prem Mandir will be the first stop on the one-day journey, then Shri Banke Bihari Temple, Shri Krishna Janmabhoomi Temple, and ISKCON Temple. Dwarkadheesh Temple and Vishram Ghat will be the final stops before you return to Delhi. In Mathura, you’ll be taking a break for lunch.
Our taxi services for a day excursion to Mathura and Vrindavan are tailored to each visitor’s convenience and comfort. You will be picked up from any location in Delhi by the cab, which will take you on the Taj Express Highway to Mathura in three hours.
These two tourism hotspots are situated 183 kilometres apart. 14 kilometres, or 25 minutes, separate Mathura from Vrindavan. There is no need to worry about unanticipated fees or overtime fines because all of our cabs are secure, comfortable, and affordable.
Highlights of the Full-Day Trip from Delhi to Mathura and Vrindavan Tour of local attractions
Ten to fourteen-hour tour by private cab