23,899 /- (Onwards per person)

  • Tour Code : WG 02
  • 6 D / 5 N
  • Departure : (06:00 Hrs.)
  • Holiday Category :
    Holiday Packages
  • Holiday Type :
    Family, Pilgrimage, Senior Citizen, Student
  • States :
    Gujarat
  • Places Covered :
    Ahmedabad, Bet Dwarka, Dwarka, Porbandar, Somnath, Junagarh, Gonadal, Girsasan, Rajkot
  • Note :
    Single Adult in a room has to pay extra Rs.7,350 - in standard & Rs. 11,400 - in Deluxe packages

 

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Itinerary

Day 1
Ahmedabad-Rajkot

Morning Departure to Rajkot en route visit Lothal ( 260 Kms / 5 Hrs.) - Lothal literally "mound of the dead", is the most extensively excavated site of Harappan site in India and therefore allows the most insight into the story of the Indus Valley civilization, its exuberant flight, and its tragic decay. Visiting places at Rajkot: If time permits, visit - Swamy Narayan Temple: It has been built out of Hand carved stones and the temple is renowned worldover for its social work and humanitarian services. Ishwarya Temple, Panch Nath Mahdeo temple, Ramakrishna Ashram, Asharamji Bapu Ashram, Rotary Mid Town Dolls Museum.

Night Stay

  • Rajkot
Day 2
Rajkot - Dwarka - Bet Dwarka

After early breakfast, departure to Dwarka (230 Kms. / 5 Hrs.) Local Visits Shri.Nageshwar Temple. Gopi Talab, Bet Dwaraka, Rukmini Temple and Transfer to Hotel. Evening visit Dwarkadhish Temple.

Night Stay

  • Dwaraka
Day 3
Dwarka - Porbandar - Somnath

After breakfast departure to Porbandar (105 Kms. / 2 Hrs) visit Birth place of Mahatma Gandhi (Kirti Mandir), Sudama Temple. Later on drive to Somnath (135 Kms. / 3 Hrs.) - Transfer to Hotel for fresh up and then Temple darshan. Evening have a fun in Saurashta Beach.

Night Stay

  • Somnath
Day 4
Somnath - Sasangir - Junagadh

After breakfast, departure to Sasangir (50 Kms. / 1hr.) and visit Sasangir safari park. Later proceed for local sight seeing Fort, Girnar Hills at Junagadh (55 Kms. / 1 hr. ). Check into Hotel.

Night Stay

  • Junagadh
Day 5
Junagadh - Gondal - Ahmedabad

After breakfast, departure to Gondal (65 Kms. / 1.5 Hrs.) Visit Naulakha palace and the famous Temple of Swaminarayan and then departure to Ahmedabad (250 Kms. / 6 Hrs.).

Night Stay

  • Ahmedabad
Day 6
Ahmedabad

After breakfast, Ahmedabad local sight seeing including visit to Akshardham Temple at Gandhinagar (30 Kms.). Evening transfer to Airport/Railway station.

  • Tour Concludes

Inclusions/Exclusions

Inclusions

  • Transport by A.C Vehicle as per above itinerary. Hotel Accomodation on twin sharing basis with breakfast. In case of 3 pax,one room with one extra bed roll away mattress will be provided. Road taxes, Toll taxes and parking charges.
  • Exclusions

  • Air fare,Rail fare,Guide and entry fees during the sight seeing Portages, Laundry Lunch & Dinner.Govt. Service Tax 4.50%. Any other item not specified in the itinerary.
  • Date & Price Info

    Tour Price

    Type of Vehicles Apr-2017 To Sep-2017
    Standard Deluxe Luxury
    Car 2 Pax 23,899/- 26,899/- 29,499/-
    3 Pax 16,999/- 20,099/- 22,799/-
    4 Pax 15,499/- 18,599/- 21,199/-
    Innova 4 Pax 16,999/- 19,999/- 22,599/-
    5 Pax 14,299/- 17,299/- 19,999/-
    6 Pax 13,799/- 16,799/- 19,399/-
    7 Pax 12,199/- 15,299/- 17,899/-
    Tempo Traveller 7 Pax 12,999/- 16,099/- 18,799/-
    8 Pax 12,799/- 15,799/- 18,399/-
    9 Pax 11,799/- 14,799/- 17,499/-
    Child Without Mattress (6-11 Yrs.) 1 Pax 10,199/- 11,999/- 13,599/-
    Child With Mattress (6-11 Yrs.) 1 Pax 11,899/- 13,999/- 15,899/-
    Type of Vehicles Oct-2017 To Mar-2018
    Standard Deluxe Luxury
    Car 2 Pax 24,399/- 27,999/- 30,999/-
    3 Pax 17,299/- 20,799/- 23,899/-
    4 Pax 15,999/- 19,599/- 22,799/-
    Innova 4 Pax 17,499/- 21,099/- 24,199/-
    5 Pax 14,599/- 18,199/- 21,299/-
    6 Pax 14,199/- 17,799/- 20,899/-
    7 Pax 12,599/- 16,199/- 19,299/-
    Tempo Traveller 7 Pax 14,499/- 17,999/- 21,199/-
    8 Pax 14,299/- 17,799/- 20,999/-
    9 Pax 12,999/- 16,599/- 19,699/-
    Child Without Mattress (6-11 Yrs.) 1 Pax 10,499/- 12,599/- 14,499/-
    Child With Mattress (6-11 Yrs.) 1 Pax 12,199/- 14,799/- 16,999/-

    Note: Govt. Service Tax @9.00% applicable.

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    Payment Terms

    • You can pay by Cash/ Cheque / Demand Draft / Debit Card / Credit Card/ Internet Banking /NEFT/ Demand draft & Bank Transfer favoring Southern Travels Pvt Ltd

    Tour Requirements

    • For Adults - Photo identification in the form of Voters ID / Passport / Aadhar Card / Driving Licence / Ration card
    • For students - Photo identification in the form of Passport / Aadhar Card / PAN card Carry original as well as 2 photocopies of school or college Photo Identity card
    • For Infants - Carry 2 passport sized photographs

    Things to Carry

    • Mobile phone with appropriate sim card
    • Along with your necessary clothing and toiletries carry sun screen lotion, hand sanitizer, sun glasses, cap, sports shoes, umbrella / windcheater, camera etc. and woollens if needed
    • If you are on any medication, carry sufficient stock of the medicines with prescription

    Weather

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    Shopping

    • Patola Silk Sarees, Bandhnis and traditional Gagra-Cholis, Marriage Costumes, Wall Hangings, Embroidered, Appliquéd Quilts, Cradle Clothes, Cloth Toys, Embroidered Footwear, Lacquer Furniture etc.,

    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.

    Bet Dwarka

    Bet Dwarka

    Bet Dwarka is a small island situated about 30 miles from Dwarka. It is believed that Lord Krishna resided here with his family. Archaeological explorations at Bet Dwarka reveal active maritime trade maritime between India and Rome from the 4th Century BC to 1st Century BC through the harbor in this island. Bet Dwarka has a number of temples and shrines, mostly dedicated to Lord Krishna. Besides being a pilgrimage centre, this little island also has a number of other attractions that include fascinating beaches, adventure sports and a variety of flora and fauna.

    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.

    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.

    Somnath

    Somnath

    The Somnath Temple is located near Veraval in Saurashtra, on the western coast of India. This temple has one of the twelve Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva. This shrine was destroyed six times by Muslim invaders. Most recently it was rebuilt in November 1947. The present temple is built in the Chalukya style of temple architecture. The temple is situated in such a place that there is no land in straight line between the Somnath seashore till Antarctica.

    Junagarh

    Junagarh

    Junagarh is the headquarters of Junagadh district located at the foot of Girnar Hills. This town was originally built during the rule of the Mauryan dynasty in 319 BC. The major attractions in Junagarh are the Girnar Mountains, The Wild Museum, Narsinh Mehta no Choro, Uperkot, Gayatri Mandir & Vagheshwari Mandir, Damodar Kund, Damodarji Temple, Dataar Hills, Science Museum, Wellington Dam, Moti Baug, Mujkund Caves, Ayurvedic Museum and Narsinh Mehta Lake.

    Gonadal

    Gonadal

    Gonadal is a historical city in the Rajkot district of Gujarat believed to have been inhabited since the times of Akbar. Located on the banks of Gondali river, Gondal has a number of places of historical interest which include the Riverside Palace, Naulakha Palace, Huzoor Palace and The Royal Garages.

    Girsasan

    Girsasan

    The Gir Forest National Park and Wildlife Sanctuary is a forest and wildlife sanctuary in Gujarat, India. It is the sole home of the Asiatic lions (Panthera leo persica) and is considered to be one of the most important protected areas in Asia due to its supported species. The ecosystem of Gir, with its diverse flora and fauna, is protected as a result of the efforts of the government forest department, wildlife activists and NGOs. The forest area of Gir were the hunting grounds of the Nawabs of Junagadh. However, faced with a drastic drop in the lion population in Gir, Nawab Sir Muhammad Rasul Khanji Babi declared Gir as a "protected" area in 1900. His son, Nawab Muhammad Mahabat Khan IIIlater assisted in the conservation of the lions whose population had plummeted to only 20 through slaughter for trophy hunting.

    Rajkot

    Rajkot

    Rajkot is the fourth largest city in the state of Gujarat, India, after Ahmedabad, Surat, and Vadodara. Rajkot is the center of the Saurashtra region of Gujarat. Rajkot is the 35th-largest urban agglomeration in India, with a population more than 1.2 million as of 2015. Rajkot is the seventh cleanest city of India. Rajkot is also the 22nd-fastest-growing city in the world. The city contains the administrative headquarters of the Rajkot District, 245 km from the state capital Gandhinagar, and is located on the banks of the Aji and Nyari rivers. Rajkot was the capital of the Saurashtra State from 15 April 1948 to 31 October 1956, before its merger with Bombay State on 1 November 1956. Rajkot was reincorporated into Gujarat State from 1 May 1960.


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