Tent City Varanasi is the only luxurious tented resort, beautifully located right on the banks of holy Ganga River offering panoramic views of the serene ghats, temples and historic palaces with steps. The river-facing resort aptly captures the true essence of Varanasi.
From magnificent river-facing villas with a plunge pool and a private beach to spacious and luxurious tents with picturesque views, modern amenities and generous hospitality, Tent City Varanasi offers the best integration of aesthetics and comfort.
Tent City Varanasi offers a wide range of package options to let you experience Varanasi at its best.
Luxury Stay on the Bank of River Ganga
Darshan at Kashi Vishwanath Temple
Participation in Ganga Aarti
Boat Tour along the Ganga – Ghat Darshan
There are nearly 88 ghats in Varanasi, some of them are bathing Ghats, praying Ghats, while some are cremation sites. Most of them are associated with some legend or mythologies.
Besides Kashi Vishwanath Temple, Varanasi is famous for its Birla Temple, Tulsi Manas Mandir, Shri Durga Temple, Sankat Mochan Hanuman Temple, Bharat Mata Temple, Nepali Temple, among others.
Starting from lip-smacking chats to the sweet seduction of desserts and thandai, Varanasi is a place for food lovers
Varanasi is famous for its narrow alleys, where the remnants of the ancient city are still visible and existent to this day.
Varansi is renowned worldwide for its Banarasi Sarees. Brassware, copperware, ivory work, glass bangles, wood, stone and clay toys and exquisite gold jewellery are other forms of art & crafts here.
Varanasi is the home of Musicians where traditional music is known as Varanasi or Banarasi Gharana. Varanasi was recognized as "City of Music" by UNESCO in 2015.
Source and culmination of the spiritual energy of Varanasi
One of the most prominent Buddhist structures in India
An 18th-century sandstone fort and palace
A stage representation of the famous Hindu Epic Ramayana
A university with historical and cultural significance
An annual celebration of the cultural heritage of the Gangetic plains
A great collection of clay and bronze sculpture, paintings, silks and embroidered textiles