Pack your bags with your significant other to explore the historical gem in India
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Right from the splendid beaches of Diu to the historical gems in Lothal and Porbandar, Asiatic lions and Blackbucks in the Saurashtra region and the beautiful temples in Vadodara, Gujrat is a must-visit place with your family. The splendour of the scenic beauty that ranges from the Great Rann of Kutch to the Satpura hills is magnetic!
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Welcome to Gujarat!
Get picked-up from the Ahmedabad railway station where you’ll be greeted by our guide. Proceed to Jamnagar from there and explore some local attractions like Lakhota Lake & Lakhota Museum and Bala Hanuman Temple known for its non-stop Ram Dhun since 1956. Its miraculous power has even been mentioned in the Guinness Book of World Records. The kids get fascinated with this place. Later you will proceed to your next destination- Dwarka, where you’ll stay overnight. If Time Permits then attend evening Aarti in Dwarkadhish Temple. Overnight stay at Hotel in Dwarka.
Exploring the holy town
Have breakfast in the morning from where your itinerary of Gujarat tour will proceed to make you visit the local charms of Dwarka. Visit Nageshwar Jyotirling, Gopi Talav, Bet Dwarka, and on way back do not miss Rukmani Temple. In the Evening, if time permits, visit other temples on the coastal area,and also attend the famous evening aarti at Dwarkadhish temple. Overnight stay at hotel in Dwarka.
Porbandar and Somnath
Have breakfast in the morning and check out of the hotel. Next, you will proceed to Porbandar. On arrival, visit Kirti Mandir, Gandhiji’s birthplace and Sudama Temple which is the only Sudama Temple in the world. Later proceed to Somnath where we will visit Bhalka Tirth, Triveni Sangam, Geeta Mandir , Chowpati. In the evening, attend Aarti and later watch the famous Light and Sound show in the Somnath Temple. Overnight stay at hotel in Somnath
Welcome to the land of forts
Enjoy a delightful breakfast in the morning and proceed to your next destination. Today’s visit will be Junagadh which is famous for the presence of a large number of forts. Visit here Uparkot Fort, Mahabat Maqbara and Swaminarayan Temple. Later you will proceed to Ahmedabad stay overnight.
On the last day, visit the local attractions of Ahmedabad. Visit Gandhi Ashram, Kankaria Lake, Siddi Syed Mosque, Adalaj Stepwell, and Akshardham Temple. At Ahmedabad, the families usually enjoy a great time. After that, you’ll be dropped at Ahmedabad Airport/Station from where you’ll take on your respective departure journeys. And hereby ends a memorable trip by Travel Triangle.
October through March is the ideal time to visit Gujarat. Summers in Gujarat are humid but coastal areas like Dwarka and Somnath are a bit cooler.
Gujarat has a rich tradition of high quality weaving, unique Kutch embroidery and hand-block printing, the most common are the tie-and-dye fabrics. Gujarat’s handicraft centres have an extraordinary collection of handicraft items, wooden items, embroidery and jewellery. Nut-crackers, silver items, wood items, brass items, Patola silk sarees, Silk sarees, Zari or gold thread embroidery cloth, Woolen shawls, blankets, rugs, wooden chest and furniture, sculptures, jewellery boxes, betel boxes, lacquerware, terracotta, wooden toys, dolls and intricate gold jewellery are the perfect showpieces and ideal gifts for friends.
Yes, Gujarat has realised the importance of foreign tourists visiting her and has every provision to keep them relaxed and happy. It has a number of currency exchange counters in almost all the cities.
These are some of the famous traditional dishes that one must try in Gujarat- Gujarati Thali, a variety-filled traditional dish served in Gujarat, Bajri no rotlo, Puran Poli, Kadhi, Khaman Dhokla, Handvo, Khandvi, a popular Gujarati snack (Farsan), Sukhadi.