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 Ahmedabad – Rajkot – Somnath – Porbander – Dwarka – Jamnagar

6 Days / 5 Nights

INCLUSIONS

  • Accommodation
  • Transfers
  • Sightseeing
  • Traditional Welcome in the hotel
  • Meals as per the itinerary
  • Transportation by Non A/C Innova/ Scorpio/ Tempo Traveler as per the category opted and number of people.

 

EXCLUSIONS

  • Airfare
  • Any Kind of Personal Expenses or Optional Tours / Extra Meals Ordered Entrances fee
  • In case of incomplete tour no refund due to personal reasons and natural calamity.
  • Travel insurance
  • Additional costs due to flight cancellation, road blocks etc

 

Gujarat offers picturesqueexquisiteness from the Great Rann of Kutch to the hills of Saputara and is the sole home of pure Asiatic lions. During the historic supremacies of the sultans, Hindu craftsmanship unified with Islamic architecture, giving upsurge to the Indo-Saracenicflair. Many structures in the state are built in this fashion. Gujarat is prominent for its celebrated ethos. The folk arts of Gujarat form a chief part of the culture of the state. It conserves the rich belief of song, dance and drama.Handicrafts include Bandhani, patolas of Patan, kutchhi work, Khadi, bamboo craft, block printing, embroidery, woodcraft, metal crafts, pottery, namda, rogan painting, pithora and many more handicrafts. The Arabs, Portuguese, Dutch, Mughals and British as well as Parsis have left their mark on Gujarat’s culture.

 

Day 1: Ahmedabad
On your arrival in Ahmedabad, you will be led to the hotel where you’ll stay at night. After a lavishlunch, you’ll be taken on anexplorationtrip of the city. You’ll be visiting Gandhi Ashram,Akshardham Temple at Gandhinagar, AdalajStepwell and Calico Museum.A specimen of fine craftsmanship, the Akshardham temple in Gandhinagar is one of the largest and most prominent temples in the state of Gujarat. It is justly an architectural masterpiece.Made by using tons of pink stones, Akshardham temple is one of the most magnificent edifices of modern India.

Overnight stay at hotel.

Camel Festival in Bikaner, Rajasthan

Day 2: Ahmedabad – Rajkot (220 km/5 hours)
On the second day you’ll hit the road to Rajkot. Enroute you will visit Virpur Temple. A saint of simplicity and values has made people of the temple trust to follow the same. Donations boxes are not there and there is a special intimation for offering no donations. Food is offered to all visitors and again at no cost.

The striking drive to Rajkot will finish sometime in the evening.On your arrival at Rajkot, check into your hotel to stay overnight.

Day 3: Rajkot – Somnath (180 km/ 4 – 5 hours)

In the morning after a delightful breakfast, you’ll be taken to Somnath. On arrival, check into the hotel.In the evening, you’ll be taken on a sightseeing journey of the old city of Somnath. Shree Somnath is first among the twelve AadiJyotirlings of India. It has a strategic location on the western coast of India. The temple is built at the shore of the Arabian ocean on the western corner of Indian subcontinent. The Somnath is known to be the eternal shrine whose glory and fame are legendary.

Overnight at the hotel.

India Temples

Day 4: Somnath – Dwarka (230 km/5 hours)
After gorging on a sumptuous breakfast, you’ll be winding your way to Dwarka. Dwarka is one of the 7 holiest Hindu pilgrimage sites. Sitting on the mouth of Gomti River, this ancient city is believed to have been the dwelling place of Lord Krishna.

En route Dwarka, you’ll be visiting Porbander, the hometown of the face of our currency, Mahatma Gandhi and KirtiMandir. By evening, you’ll be arriving atDwarka.

Check into the hotel for night stay.

India Spiritual places

Day 5: Dwarka
On day 5, you’ll be sightseeing the holy city of Dwarka. You’ll be visiting the legendry Dwarakadhisha temple. Considered a divine city, Dwarka is a famed for its shrines and a pilgrimage Centre for Hindus. The Dwarakadhisa Temple, also called JagatMandir, located in the heart of Dwarka, is a Vaishnava temple.It is conjectured that this temple location is 2,500 years old and is where Krishna built his city and a temple. However, the existing temple is dated to the 16th century. It is a five-storied edifice built over 72 pillars.

Retire to your hotel after a full day of sightseeing.

Spiritual Places to visit in india

Day 6: Dwarka – Airport
Following a relaxed morning, you’ll be assisted to transfer to the airport.

For a customized itinerary or to plan your next holiday in India, send us an email now on, plan@spiritbohemian.com or, You can also speak to a travel organizer at, +91-9599775934

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