There is no need to bring a car to Vrindavan, now the journey from Vrindavan to Gokul will be done by cruise, this will be the fare

Ronit Kawale
Ronit Kawale - Senior Editor
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Mathura Vrindavan is one of the most beautiful and religious cities of India. This city of Uttar Pradesh is also known as the city of temples. Tourists come here throughout the year to see Lord Krishna. It is said that after Mathura, everyone must visit Gokul. Till now people reach Gokul by taxi or travelling on foot, but if you are thinking of going to Gokul from Mathura, then you can go via cruise.

To promote tourism, the Uttar Pradesh government has given the gift of cruise to the devotees. People will be able to enjoy cruise in Yamuna at Kesi Ghat of Vrindavan. If you also want to travel in a cruise from Vrindavan to Gokul, then know here how much is the fare and what facilities will be available.

Garuda Cruise costs in crores

It is said that this cruise landing in the Yamuna river has been named Garuda Cruise. According to Hindu tradition, Garuda is a mythical bird and is also the vehicle of Lord Vishnu. Garuda was capable of flying very fast in the sky. But now this species of bird does not exist in the world. But even today it is considered a symbol of divine power.

50 people can travel together

Built at a cost of Rs 4 crore, this cruise is equipped with high-tech facilities. 50 people can travel in it at a time. People traveling by cruise in Yamuna river will also be provided with food and drink facilities. During the journey, passengers will be able to enjoy fruit juices and shakes along with snacks. The journey will take 45 to 60 minutes.

Ticket Fare

Ticket Fare

If you want to travel in Garuda Cruise, the fare for one person has been fixed at Rs 450. TV, AC, fans have been installed inside the cruise. Special facilities have been provided inside the cruise so that people can see Yamuna properly. Transparent glasses have been installed inside the cruise, so that people can see Yamuna even while sitting inside.

The case is ongoing

The case is ongoing

Let us tell you that the cruise was inaugurated on 10 May. Due to water in Yamuna, it is not being run for devotees. As soon as the water level rises, devotees will be able to travel from Vrindavan to Gokul. The waterway from Vrindavan to Gokul is 22 km long. Terminals have been built at 11 places on this route. These include Jugal Ghat, Vihar Ghat, Keshi Ghat, Devraha Baba Ghat, Swami Ghat, Vishram Ghat, Sudarshan Ghat, Gokul Ghat, Kansa Fort, Pani Village and Gokul Barrage.

Cruise service started in Kashi

Cruise service started in Kashi

Cruise service was first started in Kashi. After this, Guru Cruise has been started in Yamuna for visiting all the pilgrimage sites and tourist places of Vrindavan. This will promote religious tourism, while tourists coming from all over the world will also get a chance to know the culture and religiosity of the country closely.


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