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Planning a trip to Vrindavan, Uttar Pradesh, India

30th Apr to 5th May, 2024Budget Friendly Train
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Estimated Budget
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INR 32,500 - 44,500View Breakdown

Things to do in Vrindavan in April

Day 1 - Tuesday 30th, Apr
morning -

Arrive in Vrindavan by train from Indore. Check into your hotel and freshen up. Start your religious journey by visiting the iconic Banke Bihari Temple, known for its beautiful idol of Krishna.

afternoon -

Experience local vegetarian food at Chandan Pavan Mela, a popular local food market in Vrindavan.

evening -

Visit Nidhivan, a sacred and enchanting forest associated with Lord Krishna's pastimes. It is believed that the leaves change colors and instruments stop working after sunset as per the divine lila of Lord Krishna.

Day 2 - Wednesday 1st, May
morning -

Begin your day with a visit to ISKCON Vrindavan and attend the morning prayers and bhajans.

afternoon -

Enjoy lunch at Govinda's Restaurant within the ISKCON complex, known for its delicious and hygienic vegetarian meals.

evening -

Make a visit to Gokul, an important pilgrimage site for Lord Krishna's devotees. Visit the Gokulnanda Temple and then head to Raman Reti for a serene evening.

Day 3 - Thursday 2nd, May
morning -

Explore the historical Radha Raman Temple, a significant pilgrimage site for Krishna devotees. Absorb the spiritual vibes during the morning aarti.

afternoon -

Head to Loi Bazaar for shopping and grab a quick lunch at one of the local eateries offering traditional vegetarian meals like the famous 'Pede' at Govindas Sweets.

evening -

Take a peaceful stroll in the beautiful gardens of Seva Kunj, a place where Lord Krishna and Radha are believed to have performed their pastimes. It's a perfect place for serene reflection and devotion.

Day 4 - Friday 3rd, May
morning -

Engage in the morning rituals and aarti at one of the local temples, such as Radha-Govind Dev Temple, to experience the spiritual awakening.

afternoon -

Have a vegetarian meal at Prem Mandir's Annakshetra, a charitable food distribution center that serves wholesome food to the devotees.

evening -

Spend your evening at the mesmerizing Prem Mandir, famous for its illuminating and beautiful architecture. Witness the evening 'Mangala Aarti' and the spectacular light and sound show that depicts the life of Lord Krishna.

Day 5 - Saturday 4th, May
morning -

Embark on a visit to Keshi Ghat, a sacred bathing ghat on the Yamuna River, which holds immense religious significance in Vrindavan.

afternoon -

Enjoy a simple yet satisfying meal at the Govinda's Bhojanalya, where you can relish traditional vegetarian cuisine.

evening -

Attend a soul-stirring Bhajan Sandhya (devotional singing) at one of the local temples, where you can immerse yourself in divine music and spirituality.

Day 6 - Sunday 5th, May
morning -

Explore the ancient Madan Mohan Temple and seek blessings at this historically important site.

afternoon -

Indulge in a traditional Braj culinary experience at the Brijwasi Mithai Wala, a renowned local eatery offering authentic sweets and snacks.

evening -

Conclude your spiritual journey with a visit to the ancient Rangji Temple, known for its unique South Indian architectural style and intricate carvings.

Weather in Vrindavan in Invalid date
Avg Temp18°C to 35°C

April in Vrindavan is typically warm and dry, with average temperatures ranging from 18 to 35 degrees Celsius. So we are suggesting you pack accordingly.

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Things to Carry on your trip to Vrindavan

Clothing & Apparel

Comfortable cotton clothing -

Vrindavan is known for its warm weather, so pack breathable, light-colored fabrics like cotton. Consider loose-fitting kurtas or salwar kameez for women and cotton shirts and pants for men.

Modest clothing for temple visits -

When visiting temples, it's important to dress modestly. Avoid shorts, tank tops, or revealing clothing.

Comfortable walking shoes -

Vrindavan is a walkable city, so pack comfortable shoes that provide good support.

Hat and sunglasses -

To protect yourself from the sun, pack a wide-brimmed hat and sunglasses.


Reusable water bottle -

Stay hydrated by carrying a reusable water bottle. Vrindavan has many refill stations.

Small backpack or daypack -

For day trips or temple visits, a small backpack or daypack can be helpful for carrying essentials.

Scarf or shawl -

A scarf or shawl can be versatile for both sun protection and warmth in the evenings.

Hand sanitizer -

Keep your hands clean with a small bottle of hand sanitizer.

Essentials & Must Haves

Passport/ID card -

Carry your passport or a valid ID card for identification.

Train tickets -

Keep your train tickets organized and easily accessible.

Money and credit cards -

Carry a combination of cash and credit cards for expenses.

Travel insurance -

Protect yourself with travel insurance in case of any unforeseen circumstances.

First-aid kit -

Pack a small first-aid kit with basic medical supplies.

Medications -

Bring any necessary prescription medications and keep them in their original containers.

Good to have

Guidebook or travel app -

Research Vrindavan and plan your itinerary using a guidebook or travel app.

Travel journal or notebook -

Document your experiences and impressions by keeping a travel journal.

Camera -

Capture your memories with a camera or smartphone.

Small flashlight -

A small flashlight can be useful during early morning or late evening hours.


Smartphone -

Stay connected and use navigation apps with your smartphone.

Portable charger -

Keep your devices charged with a portable charger.

Travel adapter -

If necessary, pack a travel adapter to ensure your electronics can be used in India.

Headphones or earphones -

Listen to music or podcasts while traveling.

Good to Knows

Payment Options -

Cash is widely accepted in Vrindavan, but it's also recommended to carry credit cards for convenience and security.

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Budget for Vrindavan, Uttar Pradesh, India in Apr, 2024
  • Budget
  • Tips to Save Money
INR32,500 - 44,500

Approximate Budget Range for your trip.

Travel Expenses Breakdown
Flight Expense
INR 12,000- 16,000
INR 7,500- 10,000
INR 5,000- 7,000
Local Travelling
INR 5,000- 7,500
INR 2,000- 2,500
INR 1,000- 1,500
Simple Tips to save money while travelling to Vrindavan, Uttar Pradesh, India
  • Try to book train tickets in advance to get the best rates
  • Carry small denomination notes for local shopping and donations at the temples

*Disclaimer - Please note that the travel budget suggestions provided by Trip Garuda are generated through AI algorithms based on available data and user input. While we strive for accuracy, these estimates may not reflect real-time pricing or unforeseen expenses. We recommend using these figures as a general guide and encourage you to conduct further research and budgeting based on your specific travel requirements.