Day 01: Arrival at Bodh Gaya
Arrive at Bodh Gaya from the source-destination; welcomed by the assistant. Transfer to the pre-booked hotel and have good rest. Later in the evening, enjoy independent activities such as shopping and local eating joints. Overnight at the hotel.
Day 02: Cherish the beauty of Bodh Gaya
Feel the sacred morning air with healthy breakfast and then move to explore the destination. Being a heart of Buddhist beliefs and ritual, Bodh Gaya has many attractions to lure attention and make your tour more enjoyable and memorable. The foremost and popular attractions are Mahabodhi Temple and Bodhi Tree. A number of travelers throughout the year from different parts of the world come to find the real facts about Lord Buddha here. The other famous attractions of this holy place are Gaya, Barabar Cave, The Karan Chaupa Cave, The Sudama Cave, The Lomas Rishi Cave, the Visva Zopri Cave, and Monasteries. Overnight at the hotel.
Day 03: Transfer to Rajgir
After the morning meal, move to Rajgir by bus. The place is quite popular as 'Home of Royalty'. Moving in and around the destination, one can find much evidence of Buddha’s life here. The Buddhist culture can be found or seen here quite easily. Those who want to know some deep facts about Buddha’s life then it is a worth to visit. Overnight stay in hotel at Rajgir.
Day 04: Transfer to Pawapuri, later Nalanda
Reach Pawapuri, another famous destination in Bihar state by a luxury bus. After reaching, have your food and then visit the famous JalMandir (Pawapuri) where you can chant the prayers of God. Pawapuri also is known as Apapapuri is a sacred place of Jains. In the evening you will be free for the half-day tour of the place. After that, move to Nalanda where you have a night stay in the pre-booked hotel.
Day 05: Explore Nalanda
In the morning move out to explore the magnificent beauty of Nalanda- a place of Pala dynasty. The major attraction of this destination is Nalanda University which is the world’s oldest University. The town is quite famous amongst the people of Buddhists and Jains’ culture. Move to Patna in the late evening. Overnight at hotel in Patna.
Day 06: Patna to Vaishali
In the morning, explore the capital of Bihar (Patna). Earlier known as Pataliputra, Patna has a lot to offer to its visitors. Maner Sharif, Khankah Mujibia, Dargah Sharif, Mithan Ghat, Takht Sri Harmandir Sahib Gurudwara, Patna Jain Temple, Mahavir Mandir, and Buddha Smriti Park are some of the religious places to visit in Patna which can be opted by you for the independent tour. Before moving to Vaishali, enjoy boating at Gandhi Setu (one of Asia’s largest bridges) and visit places like Patna Planetarium, Srikrishna Science Centre, Patna Museum, Sanjay Gandhi Jaivik Udyan (ZOO), and Pathar ki Masjid. Overnight stay at hotel in Vaishali.
Day 07: Enjoy the beauty of the land belong to Buddha: Vaishali
After the morning meal, explore the real sight of Vaishali, known as the birthplace of Mahavir Jain (the founder of Jainism in India). Here, you can visit some of the renowned places like Budha Stupa-I, Budha Stupa-II, Ashokan Pillar, Bawan Pokhar Temple, Abhishek Pushkarn, Fort of King Vishal, Kundalpur and others. After enjoying a pleasant time here, come back to Patna from where the move to New Delhi.