Gujrat Tour

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The State of Gujarat occupies the northern extremity of the western sea-board of India. The State is renowned for its beaches, holy temples, and historic cities replete with immense architectural wealth and wildlife sanctuaries. The fascinating handicrafts, mouth-watering cuisine and colorful lifestyle of the people of Gujarat, are renowned all over the colorful lifestyle of the people of Gujarat, are renowned all over the country. The hard work and civilized approach of the people of Gujarat are evident in every walk of life.

Over a long period, Gujarat has been the abode of a number of settlers as well as conqueres- and amalgamated their cultures into its very own. It is believed that lord Krishna has left Mathura to settle on the west of Saurashtra, which later come to be known as Dwarka the gateway. Being a coastal State, Gujarat has had contacts with the Western trading world since Groce – Roman times. In fact, in Lothal a civilization dating back to 3000 BC has been excavated which bears testimony of the State. Later the Aryans from Central Asia found it a good entry point. It saw various kingdoms-Mauryans, GuptasPratiharas and others. It was with Chalukyas (Solanki) that Gujarat witnessed progress and prosperity. After the golden age of Gupta's, Gujarat successively came under the Rajput kings, the Muslim Sultans, the Mughals and finally under the British Raj, which however, executed Saurashtra and its 202 States.


Day 1 Ahmedabad

A rapidly growing metropolis, an industrial hub, an instructional hotspot, as well as a city with an amazing past - Ahmedabad is one of one of the most important cities in Gujarat and also is fast becoming a very popular visitor destination as well. Home to a plethora of remarkable temples, intriguing museums, serene lakes, good restaurants, and classy market, with a little bit of colonial history attached to it, Ahmedabad is a great example of how a city can still retain every bit of its old-world charm while still rapidly progressing on the path of globalization and commercialization.


Day 2 Bhuj

A desert city with long history of kings and also empires make Bhuj one of the most fascinating as well as unique historical places to see. The city has a long history of kings and empires - and also hence many historical places to see. The city was left in a state of devastation after the 2001 earthquake and also is still in the recovery phase.


Day 3 Dwarka

Dwarka City is ancient and obviously full of stories. Wherever you go, you will find stories talking with each other. As a tourist, there is so much to see in this temple town on the banks of Gomti River. Famous for having one of the 12 Jyotirlingas, Dwarka is best known to as the home of Lord Krishna and also will enchant you with the holiness that the air here carries. Found on the western idea of the Saurasthra peninsula in Gujarat, Dwarka is popularly known as the "home of Lord Krishna".

  • 4-night accommodation @ 17,500/-* per person
  • Daily Breakfast & Dinner at all places
  • Ross Island Cruise Ferry tickets
  • Entry for Light & Sound show
  • Corbyn's Cove beach
  • Complimentary Sea walk (subject to weather condition)
  • Chidiya Tapu Excursions
  • All Transfers & sightseeing
  • Return airface
  • Any service specification not mentioned in the tour cost inclusion
  • Rate not valid any surchargeable and vent dates
  • government service tax  extra : 5%
  • Personal expenses of group members such as tipping, laundry, room service, shopping, telephone calls, etc.
  • Incidentals, if any

Price:Rs 13,000

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