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Varanasi to Chitrakoot Taxi Service

Situated on the banks of the Holy River Mandakini, Chitrakoot is in the Vindhya Range of mountains spread over the states of Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh. This place is the best package if you are looking for a place of historical, religious, cultural, archeological, and natural retreat. The meaning of Chitrakoot is ‘Hill of many Wonders’ and the place justifies the meaning of its name.

In Chitrakoot, everything relates to Lord Ram and Ramayan. It is believed that Ram, during his 14 years of exile from his kingdom of Ayodhya, spent considerable time in Chitrakoot, and the town is filled with folklore and legends of Ram, Sita, Lakshman, and Hanuman. According to the epic Ramayana, it was the place where Bharat, brother of Lord Rama came to visit him and asked him to return to Ayodhya and rule the kingdom.


It is believed that the Trinity of Hinduism, (Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva) took incarnations here. Chitrakoot was also the meditation place for great sages such as Atri, Sati Anusuya, Dattatreya, Maharshi Markandeya, and Valmiki. The place is dotted with many temples and several religious sites.

If you are in Varanasi and planning to visit Chitrakoot, there are plenty of Varanasi to Chitrakoot cabs you can book. Chitrakoot is 260 km from Varanasi and Chiku Cab provides one-way or two-way Varanasi to Chitrakoot car rental with affordable Varanasi to Chitrakoot Taxi Fares.

Chiku Cab also provides Chitrakoot Airport taxi service from Varanasi’s Lal Bahadur Shastri International Airport and makes your journey of almost six hours comfortable and memorable. You can also hire Chitrakoot to Varanasi Airport Cab Service to extend it for a city tour on a per per-day basis.

Once you are in Chitrakoot, the town will overwhelm you with options to explore if you are here for a short visit. Tourists are always suggested to spend a longer duration at Chitrakoot to feel the different aspects of tourism this small town offers. Ram Ghat, Gupt Godavari, and Hanuman Dhara are some of the major attractions of Chitrakoot. The Kamadgiri Parikrama around the Kamadgiri Mountain is something you should not miss to get the real feeling of Chitrakoot.

Varanasi to Chitrakoot One Way & Round Trip Taxi Fare

Cab Type One Way Round Trip
Base Fare Extra Per KM Base Fare Extra Per KM
Sedan Rs.4,800 Rs.15 Rs.2500 Rs.10
Sedan Plus Rs.4,900 Rs.16 Rs.3,000 Rs.10.25
Sedan Comfort Rs.5000 Rs.17 Rs.3,100 Rs.10.50
Sedan Premium Rs.5,200 Rs.18 Rs.3,300 Rs.11
SUV Rs.5,600 Rs.21 Rs.3,500 Rs.13.50
SUV Plus Rs.5,800 Rs.23 Rs.4,000 Rs.16
SUV Comfort Rs.6000 Rs.26 Rs.4,500 Rs.17
Driver Charges (After 10 PM): Rs.250 Outstation: Min. 250KM / Day

Top Attraction in Chitrakoot

Kamadgiri Parikrama

A forested hill with multiple Hindu temples dotted at the foothill on all sides is known as the Centre of Chitrakoot. The hill is named after Lord Ram’s other name Kamadnath. You can see some wildlife during the 5-km long walk (parikrama). You will find all kinds of tourists walking along with you with small vendors of buttermilk and other eatables like cucumber to keep the walkers energized.

It is a belief that people who perform the parikrama around this hill can get rid of all their sorrows and their wishes will come true. One of them is the famous temple during the long walk Bharat Milaap temple.

Bharat Milaap temple

This temple holds great significance in Hindu mythology. It is believed that when Ram was spending his days of banishment from his kingdom, his younger brother and king-designate of Ayodhya – Bharat, came to Chitrakoot looking for Ram and met him at the very spot. Bharat tried convincing Ram to come back to Ayodhya and take over the throne which Ram rejected keeping his father’s promise to Bharat’s mother.

Ram Ghat

Ram Ghat connects Varanasi and Chitrakoot. Located on the banks of Mandakini, the steps of the ghat will remind you of Kashi Vishwanath Temple (Varanasi). The evening aarti makes it even more memorable with the huge lamps being the only source of light and their reflections in the river water make it even more picturesque.

Hanuman Dhara

A temple located on the scenic hill gives a very pleasant feeling even in extreme summers. An idol of Lord Hanuman just next to a small stream of natural water falling from above in a cave will give a sense of comfort and cool breeze. It is believed that during the battle between Lord Ram and Ravan, the king of Lanka, Lakshman was hit by a powerful arrow by Ravan’s son Meghnad.

Lakshman fell unconscious and to bring him back to his senses, the vaidhya suggested the use of Sanjivini. Hanuman was assigned to get the herb and since he could not identify it he took the entire mountain with him. On the way, he felt exhausted and needed to cool his body down and this is the very place he stopped by for a break.

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