• Tour Code : MGFT
  • 7 D / 6 N
  • Departure : (10:00 Hrs.)
  • Return : (10:00 Hrs.)
  • Holiday Category :
    Fixed Departure
  • Holiday Type :
  • States :
    Gujarat
  • Places Covered :
    Ahmedabad, Dwarka, Dakor, Porbandar, Palitana, Bhavnagar, Bet Dwarka, Somnath, Statue of Unity

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Itinerary

Day 1
AHMEDABAD – RAJKOT

Pick up from Ahmadabad Airport / Railway Station &proceed to Rajkot (260 KMS / 5Hrs), On Arrival, and Evening visit Swamy Narayan Temple, Evening check in hotel. Overnight stay.

Meals

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner

Night Stay

  • RAJKOT
Day 2
RAJKOT – DWARKA – BET DWARKA

Morning After Early Breakfast, check out from Hotel, proceed to Dwarka (230 KMS / 5 Hrs), Local visit Shri Nageshwara Temple,(One of Jyothirlingam) Gopi Talab, Bet Dwaraka, Rukmini Temple, Evening visit Dwarakadish Temple, Overnight stay (

Meals

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner

Night Stay

  • DWARKA
Day 3
DWARKA – PORBANDAR – SOMNATH

After Breakfast, check out the hotel, and Proceed to Porbandar (105 KMS / 2.5 Hrs), visit Birth place of Mahatma Gandhi (Kriti Mandir), Sudhama Temple, Later on Drive to Somnath (135 kms / 3Hrs). Upon arrival, transfer to hotel for Fresh up and Somnath Temple Darshan,(One of Jyothirlingam) Evening have a fun in Saurashta Beach, Overnight stay.

Meals

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner

Night Stay

  • SOMNATH
Day 4
SOMNATH – BHAVNAGAR

Morning After Breakfast, Proceed to Bhav Nagar (300 KMS / 5.5 Hrs). Afternoon visit Nishkalank Mahadev Temple. Overnight stay.

Meals

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner

Night Stay

  • BHAVNAGAR
Day 5
BHAV NAGAR – AHMEDABAD

After Breakfast, check out from Hotel, depart for Dakor Temple (200 kms / 2 hrs) (One of Panch Dwarka).proceed to Ahmedabad (70 KMS / 3 Hrs),

Meals

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch

Night Stay

  • AHMEDABAD
Day 6
AHMEDABAD – STATUE OF UNITY – AHMEDABAD

Early Morning After Breakfast, proceed to visit Statue of Unity (200 KMS / 3.5 Hrs) Evening back to Hotel, Overnight stay.

Meals

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner

Night Stay

  • AHMEDABAD
Day 7
AHMEDABAD

After breakfast, checkout from the Hotel and depart to visit Gandhi Ashram, ISKCON Temple, Hathee Singh Jain Temple, and Science City & Akshardham Temple. After transfer to Railway Station / Airport to board the return train / flight for destination. Tour Concludes.

  • Tour Concludes

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Places Covered

Ahmedabad

Ahmedabad

Situated on the banks of the river Sabarmati, Ahmedabad is one of the most important cities in Western India. Ahmedabad is believed to have been inhabited from the beginning of the 11th century. It was named Ahmedabad by Sultan Ahmed Shah who fortified the city in 1411. Ahmedabad is now an important education and textile hub of the country. Some of the important tourist destinations in Ahmedabad are the walled city and gates, Rani no Hajiro, Badshah no Hajiro, The Adalaj Stepwell, Vechaar Utensils Museum, Folk Museum, Hussain Doshi's Gufa, Sardar Patel Museum and Kankaria Lake.

Dwarka

Dwarka

Dwarka lies in the westernmost part of India. It is one of the seven sacred cities known as the Mokshada, meaning ‘Bestower of Liberation’ and one of the Four Dhams. According to Hindu mythology, the city of Dwarks was built by Lord Vishwakarma himself on the orders of Lord Krishna. However, it is believed the Dwarka has submerged into the ocean six times and the modern Dwarka is the seventh city. Archaelogical excavations in Dwarka region have confirmed the existence of a metropolitan city in the past now submerged into the sea. The major attractions in Dwarka include the famous Dwarakadhish Temple, Jagatmandir temple, Sharada Peetha, and The Nageshwar Mahadev.

Dakor

Dakor

The present temple was constructed by Shri Gopalrao Jagannath Tambwekar in 1772 A.D. at the cost of rupees one lakh. It was built with brick walls and stones pillars. It is raised on a high plinth of 168 feet by 151 feet with twelve stone steps on each side and surrounded by a spacious courtyard. It has eight domes and twenty four turrets, the highest of them being 90 feet making it the tallest temple in the district. The main gate of the temple overlooks the (now crowded) banks of the lake Gomati. Silver gates are protected by the Vedic Gods - Lord Ganesha, Sun, Moon, etc beautifully carved in high relief. The gate leads into the main courtyard. As tradition would have it, drummers sit atop the main gate in a balcony of their own. The "Nagarkhana" resonates with music during the main darshans and at Aarti times. On entering the courtyard, one sees two tall structures, used to house the thousands of lamps that are lit during the festive season, on either side. Multi-storied and multi-tiered, this type of structure is very typical of medieval Gujarati temple architecture. Back at the front gate, marble stairs lead to the main audience chamber of the temple - the Jagmohan - literally the place where the world is charmed (by the beauty of the Lord). Three large entrances allow devotes to enter the main audience chamber. The large open square structure of the audience chamber is surmounted by an imposing, glittering dome.

Porbandar

Porbandar

The coastal city of Porbandar is best known for being the birth-place of Mahatma Gandhi – The Father of our Nation. On-shore explorations in and around Porbandar has revealed settlements dating back to the 16th-14th Century BC. The city has a beautiful beach, known as, Chowpati. Porbandar also has a Bird Sanctuary frequented by Flamingos and a Lion Sanctuary. The other tourist attractions here include the famous Kirti Mandir - birth place of Mahatma Gandhi, Rokhadia Hanuman temple, Sudama Mandir, Sandipani Vidysniketan, Gita Mandir and Bharat Mandir.

Palitana

Palitana

During the British Raj, Palitana was a princely state in the Kathiawar Agency of the Bombay presidency. Gross revenue, £42,000; tribute jointly to the Gaekwar of Baroda and the Nawab of Junagadh, £700. The capital of the state was the Palitana town (population 12,800). It was ruled by a Gohil Rajput, with the title of Thakore sahib (also spelled Thakor Saheb or Thakur Sahib), enjoying a 9-guns salute, of the Hindu Gohel dynasty, which received a privy purse of 180,000 r.upees at the state's accession to independent India on 15 February 1948.

Bhavnagar

Bhavnagar

The Gohil Rajput of the Suryavanshi clan faced severe competition in Marwar. Around 1260 AD, they moved down to the Gujarat coast and established three capitals; Sejakpur, Umrala and Sihor. The old town of Bhavnagar was a fortified town with gates leading to other important regional towns. It remained a major port for almost two centuries, trading commodities with Mozambique, Zanzibar, Singapore, and the Persian Gulf. The current Royal Family of Bhavnagar comprises Maharaja Vijayraj Singh Gohil and Maharani Samyukta Kumari, Prince Yuvraj Jaiveerraj Singh Gohil and Princess Brijeshwari Kumari Gohil.

Bet Dwarka

Bet Dwarka

Bet Dwarka or Shankhodhar is an inhabited island at mouth of Gulf of Kutch situated 3 km (2 mi) off the coast of Okha, Gujarat, India. The island is measured northwest to southeast in 13 km (8 mi) with an average 4 km (2 mi) in east-west direction. It is a strip of sand and stone situated 30 km (19 mi) north of town of Dwarka.

Somnath

Somnath

The Somnath temple located in Prabhas Patan near Veraval in Saurashtra on the western coast of Gujarat, India, is the first among the twelve Jyotirlinga shrines of Shiva. It is an important pilgrimage and tourist spot. The temple is considered sacred due to the various legends connected to it. Somnath means "Lord of the Soma", an epithet of Shiva.

Statue of Unity

Statue of Unity

The Statue of Unity is a colossal statue of Indian statesman and independence activist Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel (1875–1950) who was the first Home minister of India; highly respected for his leadership in uniting the 562 princely states of India to form the single large Union of India. It is located in the state of Gujarat, India. It is the world's tallest statue with a height of 182 metres (597 ft). It is located on a river island facing the Sardar Sarovar Dam on river Narmada in Kevadiya colony, 100 kilometres (62 mi) southeast of the city of Vadodara.

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