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Vaishno Devi is amongst the holiest shrine and a must visit place for pilgrimage in North India
. Pilgrims from all over the world come here to visit this cave temple which is dedicated to Goddess Vaishno Devi. Take up tours to Vaishno Devi
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The holy shrine of Vaishno Devi is situated in the hovering mountain ranges of Himalayas near Jammu and pilgrims need to take up a tedious journey of 13 km in order to reach the temple. Having religious significance, the shrine can also be reached by hiring ponies and palanquins. On your tours to Vaishno Devi
, tourists can now avail the helicopter service which begin from Katra. Numerous Katra tour packages
too can be availed in order to reach Vaishno Devi.
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Tourists looking for a 2 night 3 day tour to Vaishno Devi should take up a trip to Jammu and Katra, the cost of which starts from Rs 15,000 for the couple. The cost of this Vaishno Devi holiday trip
is inclusive of accommodation, selected meals and transportation from Jammu. Please note that the cost of travel to Jammu
from your city is not included in Vaishno Devi holidays and have to be borne by the tourists themselves.
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