Holiday Trip in Vaishali

Spend Unforgettable Moments with Vaishali Holiday Packages

Vaishali is the birth place of Lord Mahavira and used to be the epicenter of political and religious activities in ancient times. The place has got its name from the mythological king Vishal of Ramayana period. The place is also important for Buddhists as Lord Buddha used to visit it often to give his sermons. Vaishali holiday packages are very popular among all kinds of travelers whether they are followers of Jainism, Buddhism or Hinduism.
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Tourist Attractions in Vaishali

Vaishali is a beautiful place where you get to explore a number of tourist attractions belonging to the different religions. Each of its attractions talk about the rich heritage of the destination.

Budha Stupa-I:
It is one of the greatest attractions of Vaishali that once used to be a grand structure. After excavation, it has been confirmed that this Stupa enshrined 1/8th of the holy ashes of Lord Buddha in a stone casket.
Ashoka Pillar:
To demonstrate his gratitude to Lord Buddha and Buddhism, King Ashoka built a Lion Pillar at Kolhua – a place where Buddha gave his last sermon. This is an 18.3 meter high pillar, which is well polished and has a life-size figure of a lion on the top.
Budha Stupa-II:
This stupa was discovered in the year 1958 through excavation. Archeologists concluded about this stupa that it is also having a casket containing the ashes of the Lord Buddha. The pillar is also visited by a number of tourists.
Bawan Pokhar Temple:
It is a beautiful Hindu temple built by the later kings of Pal dynasty. The temple has numerous idols of Hindu god and goddesses. Being situated on the bank of Bawan Pond, the temple has got its name.
World Peace Pagoda:
Spread over 10 acres of land, World Peace Pagoda was constructed as per the wish of Fujii Guruji - a Japanese Buddhist. This is a 38 meters tall pagoda, which has a 20 meters dome and enshrines Buddhist relics. It is one of the most popular attractions of Vaishali.
Fort of King Vishal:
The fort is in ruins now yet a must visit spot at Vaishali. People come to visit this fort on their trip to Vaishali.

Best Time to Visit Vaishali

Go for Vaishali tour in winter season in months of October to March as the weather is just awesome for sightseeing. Summer arrives in Vaishali in April and continues till June with average temperature between 23°C and 38°C. Humidity level is high and it makes the place avoidable for tourists. Monsoon arrives during the months of July and continues till September with regular rainfall. Winter comes in November and stays up to February. Temperature lasts between 16°C and 25°C and this is the best time to visit Vaishali.

How to Reach Vaishali

Vaishali is a well-known destination of Bihar that enjoys great connectivity with rest of India through all means of transportation, including air, rail and road. If you are planning a Vaishali trip then collect the information about how to reach there before booking Vaishali holiday packages.
By Air
The nearest airport to Vaishali is Jaiprakash Narayan Airport in Patna, which is 50 km away. The city has regular flights through and from cities like, Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai, Bangalore and few others. On arrival at the airport, you can take bus or car on rent to reach Vaishali.
By Train
Vaishali is well connected with railway network of India and its nearest railhead is located at a distance of 35 km. Patna is also located at 55 km away from Vaishali and is well connected with all major cities of India through regular express & superfast trains.
By Road
Vaishali is well-connected by road to other important cities of Bihar and nearby states. From Patna, there are a number of buses running towards Vaishali. Being a popular pilgrim destination, Vaishali enjoys connectivity through taxis and luxury buses.
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