Gaya (15 KM)
Gaya is the Homage City of India. Pilgrims from all across India come here to perform Pind Daan (Death Rituals) , Shraddha (Death Anniversary Rituals) and other such rituals of last rites.
Barabar Caves (45 KM)
Barabar Caves has been place of meditation since long for Buddhist Followers. Barabar Caves are one of the earliest existing examples of Rock Cut Cave Architecture in India.
Nagarjuni Caves (50 KM)
Nagarjuni Caves has a series of excavated caves. Artifacts of Buddhist period have been unearthed from here.
Rajgir (80 KM from Gaya)
Rajgir is located in the Nalanda district of Bihar, India. It is located 74 kilometers from Bodhgaya , and 100 kilometers from Patna. Places to visit in Rajgir are Griddhakuta (Vulture’s Peak) , Bimbisar jail , Venuvana Kalandakanivapa , Cyclopean Wall , Rajgir Dance Festival , Pippala Cave and Vishwa Shanti Stupa .
Nalanda (120 KM from Gaya)
Patna is the capital city of Bihar. Places to visit in Patna are Patna Sahib Gurudwara , Kumhrahar , Gol Ghar and Khuda Baksh Library .
Patna (120 KM)
In Bodhgaya you can get multiple choice of accommodation. Holy Voyages provide concessional rates for Hotel Booking in Bodhgaya and also offers Bodhgaya Packages .
Vaishali (150 KM)
Vaishali is the “Last Sermon Place of Lord Buddha.” People visit here Ramachura , Ashoka Pillar , Vishwa Shanti Stupa , Ananda Stupa , Kutagarshala Vihar and Raja Vishal’s Garh .
Sasaram (150 KM)
Sasaram is the former capital of Sher Shah Suri. People come to visit here Tomb of Sher Shah Suri.