Pune to Shirdi One Day Package by Car with Shani Shingnapur
Pune to Shirdi One Day Package by Car with Shani Shingnapur
Pune to Shirdi One Day Package by Car with Shani Shingnapur
Pune to Shirdi One Day Package by Car with Shani Shingnapur

Pune to Shirdi One Day Package by Car with Shani Shingnapur

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Pune, Maharashtra

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1 Day Trip by Car


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About the Activity

Start & End pointHome/Hotel in Pune
Start Time 07:00 AM
End Time10:00 PM
Duration1 Day

About Shirdi & Shani Shingnapur: 

  • Located in Shirdi, Maharashtra, the Shirdi Sai Baba Temple is a revered pilgrimage site. It is believed to be the final resting place of the renowned saint, Sai Baba. Devotees flock to this temple. 
  • Located in the village of Shani Shingnapur in Maharashtra, the Shani Shingnapur Temple is dedicated to Lord Shani, the deity of the planet Saturn. This unique temple has distinct features. 

About Pune to Shirdi One-Day Package by Car with Shani Shingnapur: 

  • Visit the Shirdi Sai Baba Samadhi Mandir and offer your prayers to seek blessings and experience the spiritual aura of the place. 
  • Explore the Shirdi temple complex design, including the Dwarkamai Mosque and Chavadi, which hold significant historical importance. 
  • Attend the mesmerizing Aarti ceremony at the Shirdi Sai Baba Temple, a divine ritual that fills your heart with devotion and peace. 
  • Take a stroll in the serene gardens surrounding the Shirdi temple, offering a tranquil environment for reflection and relaxation. 
  • Visit the unique Shani Shingnapur village, known for its houses without doors, and experience the intriguing faith in Lord Shani. 
  • Seek blessings at the Shani Shingnapur Temple, dedicated to Lord Shani, and witness the fervent devotion of devotees.
  • Explore the rustic charm of the Shani Shingnapur village, interact with locals, and get insights into their fascinating beliefs and customs. 
  • Enjoy local cuisine and indulge in shopping for souvenirs, such as Sai Baba mementoes and traditional handicrafts, in Shirdi and Shani Shingnapur. 

Package Option

Trip by Sedan

One Day

5999 per Sedan

Trip by SUV

One Day

8499 per SUV

Trip by Tempo

One Day

13799 per Tempo

One Day
  • Pickup & Drop from Hotel Centrally Located
  • Experienced Driver cum Guide
  • Sightseeing as per Itinerary
  • Any Personal Expenses
  • Any Food Expenses

Detailed Itinerary

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Know before you book

  • Follow appropriate dress codes and maintain modest attire while visiting the temples.
  • Remove your footwear before entering the temple premises. 
  • Carry a bag or pouch to keep your shoes safe and secure.
  • Respect the rules and regulations regarding photography inside the temples. Some areas may prohibit photography or require permission.
  • Maintain a respectful and quiet demeanour inside the temples. Avoid causing disturbances or engaging in loud conversations.
  • Take care of your personal belongings and valuables. Avoid carrying excessive cash or expensive items. Use lockers or designated storage facilities, if available.
  • Follow hygiene practices while consuming food and water. Carry bottled water or opt for packaged drinking water from trusted sources.
  • Carry any necessary medications or medical supplies you may require during the trip. It's always better to be prepared for any unforeseen circumstances.
  • Check the weather forecast before your trip and dress accordingly. 
  • Carry essentials like sunscreen, hats, or umbrellas to protect yourself from harsh weather conditions.
  • Respect the local customs and traditions of the temples and the surrounding areas. Be mindful of the cultural sensitivities and religious sentiments of the devotees.

Things to Carry

  • Water Bottle and Snacks
  • Sunscreen and Sunglasses
  • Comfortable Shoes
  • Map or GPS device
  • Camera or Smartphone
  • First Aid Kit
  • Appropriate Clothing
  • Cash & Card
  • Valid ID Proof
  • UA Voucher

Frequently Asked Quetions

How can I reach Shirdi and Shani Shingnapur?

Shirdi is well-connected by road and has its own railway station. Shani Shingnapur can be reached by road from Shirdi or nearby cities. To give you a hassle-free journey, we provide you with a private Cab that takes you on the Tour around Shirdi and Shani Shinganapur. 

Is there any dress code to visit these temples?

While there is no strict dress code, it is advisable to dress modestly and respectfully when visiting the temples.

What are the temple timings?

 The Shirdi Sai Baba Temple and Shani Shingnapur Temple are open all day. However, specific rituals and timings may vary. It is recommended to check in advance.

Are there any accommodation options available in Shirdi?

Yes, Shirdi offers a range of accommodation options, including hotels, guesthouses, and Dharamshala, catering to various budgets and preferences.

Can I take photographs inside the temples?

Photography policies may vary. Some areas may restrict photography, while others may allow it with certain guidelines. It's best to inquire at the temple premises.

Are there any restrictions for senior citizens or differently-abled individuals?

Both temples are accessible to all individuals. However, those with mobility issues should be accompanied by someone due to the crowds and uneven terrain.

Are there any local transportation options available between Shirdi and Shani Shingnapur?

Yes, there are taxis, buses, and private cabs available for local transportation between Shirdi and Shani Shingnapur.

Are there any nearby attractions to visit apart from the temples?

Yes, Shirdi has several other places of interest, including Gurusthan, Lendi Garden, and Khandoba Temple. You can also explore the local markets for shopping.

Are there any food options available near the temples?

Both Shirdi and Shani Shingnapur have restaurants and eateries offering a variety of cuisines, including vegetarian food.

Is it necessary to book tickets or make prior arrangements for temple visits?

No, prior bookings or tickets are not required for the temple visits. However, during peak seasons or festivals, it is advisable to plan accordingly to avoid long queues.