Mathura Vrindavan Tour - Trip to the holy land of Krishna

Mathura Vrindavan has great significance for Hindus being associated with Shri Krishna, one of the most revered gods in the Hindu pantheon. Mathura Vrindavan is a part of the Brajbhoomi which is about 140km from Delhi. The place is replete with temples and other holy places and attracts pilgrims from all over the world. MathuraHub is offering many kinds of Mathura Vrindavan Tour Package which can be booked online. The places covered by such a package include the following.

Shri Krishna Janmabhumi

The most important of all temples for people taking the Mathura Vrindavan Tour is the Shri Krishna Janmabhumi temple. This is the birthplace of Shri Krishna which makes it the primary destination for devotees from all over the country. The temple sits at the location of prison cell where Krishna is believed to have been born. Thus, it is not surprising that any Mathura Vrindavan Tour Package certainly has this temple in the itinerary.

Dwarkadhish Temple

The Mathura Vrindavan Tour includes Dwarkadhish Temple. This temple dedicated to Lord Krishna was built in the year 1814. The temple has a stunning architecture and features a grand idol of Krishna in the form of King of Dwarka. A swing festival is organized in this temple at the start of monsoons every year. The temple is flocked with pilgrims during many Hindu festivals such as Holi, Janmashtami and Diwali.

Shri Banke Bihari Temple

Shri Banke Bihari Temple is covered by all Mathura Vrindavan Tour Packages because this 19th century temple is one of the most popular temples in Vrindavan. The temple is considered a great place for spiritual enlightenment.


Visiting the Nidhivan is the central attraction for tourists taking the Mathura Vrindavan Tour. This is the forest where Lord Krishna is believed to have played his flute and danced with the gopis.

Kans Qila

History enthusiasts taking the Mathura Vrindavan Tour would be interested in this fort. This fort was built by Raja Mansingh of Jaipur. The fort is a good example of both Hindu and Mughal style of architecture.