Vrindavan is supposed to be Lord Krishna’s birth place and is also a major tourist attraction place. This place hosts an assortment of birds and animals along with dense forests. A major part of forests are famous for the ‘Tulsi’ wood, which holds an exceptional importance in the religion of Hindus. Apart from people with various religions and castes, the place also sees a huge amount of foreign visitors to pay their regards to The Lord Krishna.
Accommodation in Vrindavan
Vrindavan does not serve high-end tourists seeking for luxury hotels. Though, there are a variety of budget hotels and Dharamshalas available for the tourists. But the services provided to the tourists at Vrindavan hotels are simple and caters to the tourist’s requirements.
List of Hotels in and around Vrindavan:
• The Shubham Hotel, Vrindavan
Uttar Pradesh - 281121
Tariff: Ranges from Rs. 900/- onwards
(Double room only)
Type: City Hotel
• Meera Madhav Niliyam, Vrindavan
Mathura - Vrindavan Marg
Vrindavan, Uttar Pradesh
Tariff: Rs 300/- onwards
• Sanjay Royal, Mathura
Sonkh Adda, Mathura
Uttar Pradesh - 281001
Tariff: Ranges between Rs 600/- to Rs 1000/-
Best time to visit
Since, Vrindavan is the Lord Krishna’s birth place ‘Janmashtrmi’ is the most suitable festival to visit. Also, it is suggested to visit Vrindavan in winter season i.e. from November to February.
The means to reach Vrindavan
By Air: Around 65 kms away from Vrindavan, Agra is the closest airport to reach there.
By Rail: only 15 kilometers away from Vrindavan, Mathura city has the nearest railheads.
By road: Many buses and other modes of transports from major cities such as Delhi, Agra and Mathura are available to reach Vrindavan.
Tourist attraction hubs
• The Madan Mohan Temple
• Banke-Bihari Temple
• Radha Vallabh Temple
• The Jaipur Temple
• Govinda Dev temple
• Radha-Gopinath temple
• Devarkadish Temple
U.P. Government Tourist Reception Counter