From Varanasi: Street food tour with Evening Ganga Aarti

2.5 / 5

Explore Varanasi through its scrumptious, finger-licking food and bask in the spirituality by attending the magical Ganga aarti in the evening in this curated tour which will leave you body and soul satisfied!

Tour Duration: 2.5 Hours

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  • Taste some of the most scrumptious and finger-licking food like the samosa and Laung-Latta, something Varanasi is famous for!
  • Be a part of the magical Ganga aarti in the evening where thousands of devotees come to witness the century-old ritual.
  • Witness spirituality and the devotion of people who come from far corners of the world to seek blessings in this holy city.
  • Enjoy your late evening binging on some of the most amazing food of your life at the most famous place in Varanasi.
  • Get picked up and dropped off comfortably from your hotel.


As they say that one of the best ways to know a place is to explore it via its food, explore Varanasi, one of the oldest cities in the world through its finger-licking food, and later witness the magical Ganga aarti in the evening

Your tour will start with your guide picking you up from your hotel at 4:00 PM Explore the true side of this magical city with its food

Try the scrumptious samosa, a triangular deep-fried snack filled with potato stuffing served with chili and sweet sauce and a local sweet named Laung-Latta, an extremely famous one made of flour and oarsman dipped in sugar syrup!

Proceed ahead to attend the evening Ganga aarti, cited as one of the most magical experiences of Varanasi! A century-old ritual where you will see priests using fire in the form of oil lamps as an offering to Mother Ganga to seek her blessings, this ritual is often attended by hundreds of people from
around the world!

Once the aarti is done, proceed to binge on some more delicious food as your guide takes to the most famous eatery of Varanasi Binge on some local dishes like Tamatar chaat (tomato dish), Palak Patta chaat (spinach dish served with fresh yogurt), Aloo Tikki (fried potato cakes served with green
and red sauce), and lassi (sweetened yogurt) Try on some of the most famous local sweets and end this gastronomical journey with a Meetha paan! (sweet betel nut, something Varanasi is known for!) Post this, your guide will drop you back at your hotel


  • Street food.
  • Hotel pick-up and drop
  • English-speaking live guide
  • Chauffeur-driven air-condition vehicle.


  • Any personal expense.

Pickup & Meeting Point

Pickpup Information
Pick up and drop off provided from all hotels located in Varanasi.

Additional Information

  • Children must be accompanied by an adult.
  • Any food allergies must be told beforehand.
  • We encourage you to carry your own water bottle as a single-use of plastic is something we discourage due to plastic pollution.
  • We advise you to come to a little empty stomach as there is going to be a lot of food!

Customer Review

Overall Rating

2.5 / 5

Without a boat tour usually, so far ok

October 13, 2019

Due to high water, the boat trip could not take place. That changes the tour a lot, too bad. So it's pretty expensive too. Guide was good.

reviewed by Anonymous
It was ok

November 24, 2018

The walking city tour you can do on your own. It was nice to learn about Shiva and how people worship the god and the meanings of it. I didnt get the dinner that is supposed to be included. It was ok i give it 3 stars. Its not worth the price I dont think

reviewed by Anonymous



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