1. Ramkote, Ayodhya
2. Shri Ramjanma Bhoomi, Ayodhya
3. Nageshwarnath Temple, Ayodhya
4. Swargdwar, Ayodhya
5. Tulsi Smarak Bhawan, Ayodhya
6. Kanak Bhavan, Ayodhya
7.Hanuman Garhi, Ayodhya
8. Treta Ke Thakur, Ayodhya
9. Sita Ki Rasoi, Ayodhya
10. Moti Mahal, Ayodhya
11. Mausoleum of Bahu Begum, Ayodhya
12. Mani Parbat and Sugriv Parbat, Ayodhya
- 05:00 Hrs: Pick up from your hotel by your tour guide in Lucknow and drive towards the most sacred place in Hindu context, Ayodhya. Ayodhya is located 140 km away from Lucknow and takes 3 hours to reach by road.
- 08:00 Hrs : Upon arrival, your tour guide will escort you to the following places:
- Ramkote is an important place of worship in Ayodhya, situated on a hillock in the western part of the town..
Shri Ramjanma Bhoomi, Ayodhya:
- Ramjanma Bhoomi is renowned Hindu pilgrimage site known as the birth place of Lord Rama. It is a birth place of Lord Rama and visited by large number of Hindu devotees during an auspicious occasion of Ram navami every year.
- Ram Janma Bhoomi Timings: (Open daily 7 am to 10 am and 3 pm to 5 pm)
Nageshwarnath Temple, Ayodhya:
- Nageshwarnath temple is located on bank of river Saryu. The temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva, considered to be a presiding deity of Ayodhya. Nageshwarnath temple is said to have established by Kush, a son of Lord Rama.
- Nageshwarnath Temple Timings: (Open daily 5 am to 11 am and 12 pm to 8 pm)
- The strip of land from Sahastradhara to Nageshwarnath temple is commonly known as Swargdwar. The buildings on the Ghat facing the river were mainly built during the reign of Nawab Safa Jung and his Hindu minister Naval Rai, who is credited in particular for their construction
Tulsi Smarak Bhawan, Ayodhya:
- Tulsi Smarak Bhawan, as name suggests was built in the memory of poet Goswami Tulsidas. It is believed to be the site where Tulasidas had written and composed Ramacharitmanas or Ramayana.
Kanak Bhavan, Ayodhya:
- Kanak Bhawan, often called as Sone Ka Ghar (the House of Gold) is one of the finest temples located in the center of Ayodhya. It is dedicated to the Lord Ram and his wife Sita.
- Kanak Bhawan Timings: (Open daily 8.30 am to 12.15 pm and 4.30 pm to 9 pm)
Hanuman Garhi, Ayodhya:
- A fort shaped massive structure houses a temple of Hanuman and is the one of the important shrine in Ayodhya. One needs to follows steep climb (76 steps) to reach the temple fort of Hanuman (Monkey God).
Treta Ke Thakur, Ayodhya:
- Treta-Ke-Thakur is situated at the place where Lord Ram is said to have performed the Ashvamedha Yagya. The King of Kulu built a new temple at this site 300 years ago called Kaleram ka Mandir, which had been renovated by Ahalyabai Holkar of Indore in 1784.
Sita Ki Rasoi, Ayodhya:
- Sita ki Rasoi (The Kitchen of Sita) is a place, where Sita is said to have cooked for her family for the first time after marriage to Lord Rama. Temple houses statues of the four brothers Ram, Lakshmana, Bharat and Shatrughna along with their wives Sita, Urmila, Mandavi and Srutakirti. Symbolic kitchen utensils are displayed in the premises.
Moti Mahal, Ayodhya:
- It is situated a few km away from Ayodhya, often called as pearl palace was once the residence of Shuja-ud-daulahâ€™s wife, Bahu Begum. It is a fine example of Munhall architecture.
Mausoleum of Bahu Begum, Ayodhya:
- It is a mausoleum Bahu Beum, a wife of Nawab Shuja-ud-daulah. Nawab built the Maqbara after her demise in 1816. The tomb was created with white marbles in an attempt to recreate the famous monument of love, Taj Mahal.
Mani Parbat and Sugriv Parbat, Ayodhya
- The first of these ancient earth mounds is identified with a stupa built by the Emperor Ashoka, while the second is believed to be an ancient monastery.
- 17:00 Hrs : After finishing the sightseeing of Ayodhya. Your tour guide will drive you back to Lucknow. It will take another 3 hours to reach Lucknow.
- 20:00 Hrs : Upon arrival, drop at your hotel in Lucknow.