GUJARAT

Gujarat Tour

Day to Day Itinerary

  • Day 1: ARRIVE BHAVNAGAR BY TRAIN OR BY FLIGHT

    ARRIVE BHAVNAGAR BY TRAIN OR BY FLIGHT Today you will arrive at Ahmadabad / Bhavnagar by train or flight. Meet and greet & Transfer to hotel. Check In to the hotel. In the evening visit of Takhteshwar temple of lord Shiva, temple was named of Maharaja Takht sinh Ji. Temple was located on hill & made of marbles. Gandhi smriti, an institute, library, museum & gallery of photographs represent the life of Gandhi. Barton library & museum is a collection of Colonel Barton, An important British representative in Saurashtra. Coin collection is the attraction of this museum. Overnight stay at Bhavnagar.
  • Day 2: BHAVNAGAR

    BHAVNAGAR Early Morning after breakfast drive to PALITANA (56 Kms), Visit of PALITANA Jain temple. PALITANA is one of the India’s most pilgrim centers. The 600-metre climb to Shatrunjaya is usually on foot. Lift chairs (Dolly’s) are also available. Mount Shatrunjaya hardly a kilometer away from the town, which on both sides by minor temples, include museums. The mountain is associated with Rishabhdev, the first Tirthankar, also known as Adinath. Overnight stay Bhavnagar. • Day 3 → BHAVNAGAR – GONDAL BY: SURFACE Morning breakfast & proceed to GONDAL (160 Kms), check in to the Orchard Palace, Evening visit of Naulakha palace is a festival of stone carvings with balconies. It gift for Maharaja Bhagwat Sinh Ji on his silver jubilee as ruler of GONDAL. Visit of vintage car collection, have a collection of several vintage and classical cars including a 1910 new engine with so many imposing American cars of the 1940s. Overnight stay Orchard Palace at GONDAL.
  • Day 3: BHAVNAGAR – GONDAL BY: SURFACE

    BHAVNAGAR – GONDAL BY: SURFACE Morning breakfast & proceed to GONDAL (160 Kms), check in to the Orchard Palace, Evening visit of Naulakha palace is a festival of stone carvings with balconies. It gift for Maharaja Bhagwat Sinh Ji on his silver jubilee as ruler of GONDAL. Visit of vintage car collection, have a collection of several vintage and classical cars including a 1910 new engine with so many imposing American cars of the 1940s. Overnight stay Orchard Palace at GONDAL.
  • Day 4: GONDAL – SOMNATH

    GONDAL – SOMNATH Morning visit of Swami Narayan Temple, Bhuvneshvary Ayurvedic Library, which makes the herbal medicines according to ancient principals. In the noon drive to SOMNATH (140 Kms) via Junagadh, In Somnath visit of Somnath Temple – A lord Shiva temple known as Jyotirling built by Moon God. Overnight stay in Somnath.
  • Day 5: SOMNATH – PORBANDER-DWARKA BY: SURFACE

    SOMNATH – PORBANDER-DWARKA BY: SURFACE Morning proceed to PORBANDAR, (110 KMS) visit of KIRTI temple known as house & born place of Mahatma Gandhi. In back side house of Kasturba wife of Gandhi. Also visit of Gandhi museum, study room of Mahatma Gandhi in the KIRTI temple. Later visit of Sudama temple & continue proceed to DWARKA (100 KMS from Porbandar). Overnight stay in Dwarka.

Overview

Gujarat lies tucked away on the northwestern seaboard of India and shares a border with Pakistan. This is the hallowed land where the legendary Hindu God king, Krishna set up his capital at Dwarka, a port city now being excavated from its watery grave. In more recent times, Gujarat is revered as the birthplace of Mahatma Gandhi, the ‘Father of the Nation’, who was born at Porbandar, in 1869.

 

Though off the regular tourist beat, Gujarat is well worth a visit. It is home to people of diverse races and religions, ruins of ancient cities and some of the finest wild life sanctuaries in the country. Visit Gujarat to see the last of the Asiatic lions in Sasan Gir National Park and vast colonies of flamingos, pelicans, avocets and herds of wild asses in the Rann of Kutch; 4000-year old archaeological sites at Lothal and Dholavira; Mauryan Emperor Ashoka’s rock edicts near Junagadh (3rd century BC) disseminated the message of Buddha and several important Hindu and Jain pilgrim centers at Dwarka, Somnath and Palitana, beautiful mosques, mausoleums and monuments and the oldest sacred fire of the Parsi community in India at Udvada.

Gujarat lies tucked away on the northwestern seaboard of India and shares a border with Pakistan. This is the hallowed land where the legendary Hindu God king, Krishna set up his capital at Dwarka, a port city now being excavated from its watery grave. In more recent times, Gujarat is revered as the birthplace of Mahatma Gandhi, the ‘Father of the Nation’, who was born at Porbandar, in 1869.

 

Though off the regular tourist beat, Gujarat is well worth a visit. It is home to people of diverse races and religions, ruins of ancient cities and some of the finest wild life sanctuaries in the country. Visit Gujarat to see the last of the Asiatic lions in Sasan Gir National Park and vast colonies of flamingos, pelicans, avocets and herds of wild asses in the Rann of Kutch; 4000-year old archaeological sites at Lothal and Dholavira; Mauryan Emperor Ashoka’s rock edicts near Junagadh (3rd century BC) disseminated the message of Buddha and several important Hindu and Jain pilgrim centers at Dwarka, Somnath and Palitana, beautiful mosques, mausoleums and monuments and the oldest sacred fire of the Parsi community in India at Udvada.

 

 

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