Saturday, January 11, 2020

Saiteerth theme park, Shirdi – entry fees, timing, attractions and review

Saiteerth theme park, Shirdi

Saiteerth is a devotional theme park purely dedicated to Sai Baba. Constructed under the Malpani group, this is one of the tourists’ places and a wonderful destination for devotees or tourists in Shirdi which gives an amazing experience of devotion infused with technology and entertainment. You should not miss this place if you are a tourist Shirdi.
saiteerth theme park shirdi

Location

This is situated about 2 km from Sai baba Samadhi temple just opposite to the Wet n Joy water park in Shirdi. The location is easily accessible by road and you may hire an auto-rickshaw or taxi to reach here.

Infrastructure

The infrastructure of Saiteerth is marvelous. This is huge, wide, spacious (inside and outside both), royal and beautiful. It also accommodates its own parking space so parking your vehicle is not a problem here.

It has different sections for each attraction and they are large enough to accommodate a good number of people at a time. There is a water fountain inside to flourish the beauty of Saiteerth. You will get popcorn, candies, ice cream and other snacks like stuff inside. Also, there is a restaurant where you can sit and eat the food of your choice from the menu.

Saiteerth entry fees

An entry fee charged for an adult is Rs. 399 and for the child it is Rs. 299 (excluding GST 18%). It includes all four attractions. The entry fee differs for school and college students. During monsoon, they offer special packages along with Wet n joy water park tickets. Check out the official website for complete details of tickets and current offers.

Saiteerth theme park timing

Saiteerth theme park timing is 10:30 am to 6:00 pm. Usually, it takes 3 hours to explore all the four attractions here but if it is crowded during seasons then you may require 3-5 hours overall. They have luggage or baggage counter where you can keep all your belongings if you have any and roam around hands-free.

Saiteerth theme park attractions

Four different types of devotional and entertaining attractions are being offered here for the visitors/devotees and they are revealed below one by one.
saiteerth theme park attractions


  1. Teerth Yatra

    This is a spiritual journey of devotees across various famous temples or religious places of India. Devotees sit on a mini toy train and they are taken to the several halts of temples slowly. In this journey of Teerth Yatra, you will also see a virtual image of Sai Baba appear in front of you and I am sure you will love it.
  2. Lanka Dahan

    Lanka Dahan is an interesting and exciting 5D movie of 25 minutes duration which is based on the part of Lanka Dahan in Ramayana. This is amazing to experience the adventure of several scenes in this movie. You are left feeling a cold and a little bit wet at the end of the movie. Overall this is great to watch.
  3. Sabka Malik Ek

    This is a movie based on Sai Baba’s life which is shown on a big screen like you watch in the theatre. The movie named “Sabka Malik Ek” takes a 1-hour duration and in the end, you will see the audiences (including yourself) in tears due to the loss of Sai Baba at the climax. All major incidents occurred in Sai Baba’s life and his teachings; everything is covered in this movie.
  4. Dwarakamai

    This is not but alike a puppet show where you will come across the teachings of and good lessons of Sai baba through the humanoid robots of Sai Baba, Mhalsapati and Abdul (his devotees) enacting as per the audio being played in the background. The whole show runs in the Dwarakamai structure.

Saitheerth Review based on my visit experience:

My experience of visiting Saiteerth was very good. I enjoyed all the 4 shows here but Dwarakamai was the least engaging as per my review. Lanka Dahan was spectacular but my 4 years old daughter was not comfortable to accept the show so she did not watch it completely and sat eagerly waiting to finish it as soon as possible.

The staff personnel at Saiteerth are very professional and supportive in every manner. This is fully air-conditioned and very relaxing. I liked the infrastructure with a large amount of space for the visitors to accommodate comfortably.

You will love the photography here, inside and outside both. You may carry your phone inside but you are not allowed to capture the pics inside any of the attraction sites through the show is ON. Outside also there is enormous space to sit, roam or picking better shots in your camera.

Have you ever been here, what do you say on this?

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