Vibrant Tour of Gujrat.

Duration: 13 Nights / 14 Days

Destinations: Ahmedabad | Patan | Dasada | Bhuj | Rajkot | Junagarh | Sasangir | Somnath | Diu | Bhavnagar | Palitana | Lothal | Champaner | Ahmedabad

Come and experience the Magic of Gujrat . Gujrat is situated at the wester coast of india and is famous for its rich heritage, culture and traditions. Great Gujrat tour offers you an opportunity to explore this marvelous state , its people and their folklore, its Magnificent Temples. Gujrat has always been a centre point of trade between india and other civilizations and trade has always been in their blood. That’s why people of gujrat are very affluent and that reflects in their lifestyle. Their vibrant and colorful life makes them most lively community in india. Come immerse youself in the charm of Gujrat.

Tour Highlight:-

  • Step Well at Rani ki Vaav
  • Lesser known Rabaari Tribes of Gujrat
  • Villages and Handicraft of Great Rann of Kutch
  • Rare Species of wild ass at Little Runn of Kutch
  • Historical temple of Somnath dedicated to Lord Shiva
  • Visit of jain Temples of Palitana.
  • Fish market at Diu.
  • Asiatic Lion at Gir National Park.
  • More then 800 Jain temples on top of Palitana Hill

Vibrant Gujrat Tour

2018-19  Season Tariff

  • Foreign Nationals can pay INR Tariff in equivalent foreign exchange, as per prevailing rate of exchange on www.xe.com
Number Of PersonsBudgetSilverGoldPlatinum
2 to 4    
5 to 8    
9 & More    
NOTES :

To know more about the Discount & Prices, please write us on info@mytouradviser.com

Prices mentioned above are on per person basis in twin sharing room.

Single room supplement – 25% more of all the prices in different category.

Minimum No. of Participants – 02.

Add 20% Peak Season Surcharge for travelling dates between 20 December and 5 January.

Add Govt. Taxes Extra-as applicable on date of journey.

Children<5 years are Complimentary without bed.

HOTELS

CityBudgetSilverGoldPlatinum
AhemdabadTreebo vise president/Treebo Unity/SimilerGinger Ahemdabad/Le Grande Residency/SimilerHouse of MG/Lemon Tree/SimilerHayat / Courtyard by merriot/Similer
DasadaBhavna Resort/SimilerRoyal Safari Camp/SimilerRoyal Safari Camp/SimilerAnanta Spa & Resort
BhujHotel Prince/SimilerHotel Prince/SimilerRegenta Resort/SimilerRegenta Resort/Similer
Gondal    
SasangirDaksh Resort/SimilerAnil Farm/SimilerLion’s Paw/SimilerThe Farn/Similer
DiuHotel Palms/SimilerThe Hoka Island Villa/SimilerKostamar Beach Resort/SimilerRadhika Beach Resort/Similer
BhavnagarNarayani Heritage/SimilerNarayani Heritage/SimilerSarovar/Lords/SimilerNilam Bagh/Similer
Champaner    
Ahmedabad    

* In Case of Non Availability of Above Mentioned Hotels, Similar Category Hotels would be Provided.

Inclusions:-

  • Accommodation (on a twin-sharing basis) in the preferred hotel category for .
  • Daily Breakfast.
  • All Airport and Hotel Transfers.
  • A well maintained air conditioned vehicle with a trusted chauffeur throughout the tour.
  • Local English Speaking Tour Guide for city sightseeing and monument visits.
  • Ahmedabad Mosque Visit.
  • Well palace of Patan & Sun Temple of Modhera.
  • 1 Jeeep Safari in Little Rann of Kutch.
  • 1 Jeep Safari at the National Park of Gir.
  • Jain templs of Palitana.
  • Lothal Prehistoric Site Visit.
  • Expenses for permits in Banni villages.
  • Street Food Experience & Walking tours.
  • Your Trip Coordinator: a 24/7 point of contact, supporting you during your trip.
  • Welcome kit including all important documents and information regarding your itinerary.
  • One Souvenir Photo as a memory of the Tour.

Exclusions:-

  • International flights, Domestic flights & Insurance (we can do the same on request).
  • Entry visa to India (Click Here to get informations, we can assist you to get the visa for India).
  • Entrance fees to museums, archaeological sites and parks.
  • Possible entrance fees for cameras and camcorders (to be regulated on site).
  • Meals, drinks, personal extras and anything not mentioned in the tour or in inclusions.
  • Tipping is an entirely personal gesture.
  • 5% Government Service Tax (GST).
  • Day 1 – Arrival in Ahmedabad

    Arrival in Ahmedabad and after the customs formalities, Meeting with our MTA Representative. Transfer and check-in to the Hotel.Overnight.
  • Day 2 - Ahmedabad

    A modern city of over six million inhabitants, a textile center of vital importance throughout the subcontinent, Ahmedabad was founded in the early 15th century by Sultan Ahmed Shah on the eastern shore of the Sabarmati River. Ahmed Shah built Bhadra, a red sandstone citadel, and in the Middle Ages made Ahmadabad the economic, administrative and artistic center of Gujarat. A day dedicated to the visit of the city with the citadel, Bhadra, built along the Sabarmati River and private residence of Sultan Ahmed Shah. Inside there are precious carved stone windows depicting the branches of a tree, Hindu heroes, and mythological animals. Around Bhadra, there are the Chowk, ancient poles, large wooden access doors leading into the alleys where they are lost and found amongst silver, brass, handicrafts, spices, printed fabrics, jewelers, potters, carpenters, dyers, merchants, haveli decorated with beautiful jali (windows carved in wood or stone).In the evening you will attend the Navaratri celebrations with traditional dances.and back to the hotel.
  • Day 3 - Ahmedabad - Adalaj - Patan - Modhera - Dasada

    Continue towards Dasada (200 km: about 5 hours).Along the Adalaj Baoli tour, one of Hindu's greatest examples of Hindu architecture in Gujarat dates back to 1502. Adalaj is one of the most interesting and rich underground sculptures and inlays of all Gujarat and descending towards the center of the well has the impression of walking in a forest ... but made of columns!Continuing and visiting the artistic cities of Patan and Modhera. At Patan, visit the marvelous well of Baoli first among all examples of Solanki architecture: the Rani-ki-Vav Baoli is one of the largest stairwells in the country: 65, 17 inches and 28 inches deep; with 7 columns; numerous salons where the royal family Solanki spent long afternoons during the hot summers, equipped with tanks and water channels and ventilation to reproduce a modern air conditioning system. The arrival at Modhera is marked by the breathtaking view of Ramakund, the imposing rectangular tub (55 for 35 meters) that with its staircase steps ahead of the Surya temple. The gradients arranged on four sides, moved by newsstands for divinities and small sikhara in the corners, enhance the perspective that makes the geometric frame inside the complex. Visit of the Temple of Surya, the Sun God, which is one of the greatest masterpieces of Solanki architecture (XI century). Arrival in Dasada and accommodation in Hotel.
  • Day 4 - Dasada - Little Rann of Kutch

    A day dedicated to a safari in the Little Rann of Kutch, the expense of water and mud, for the visit of the villages of Rabari shepherds. The region is rich in animals including antelopes, wild asses, gazelles, desert foxes, pelicans, flamingos, cranes, and storks. We will visit the villages of Ambala, Bharward, Bajana, Padhars, and Siddis, where tribes of nomadic shepherds live.Return to Hotels in Dasada.
  • Day 5 - Dasada - Dhamakada - Ajrakhpur - Dhaneti - Bhuj

    Departure for Dasada (290 km - about 6 hours).Path in the Land of Rann of Kutch. This region during the monsoon season is submerged by the water that retreats in the dry period, leaving a unique spectacular desert scenery in the world. Visit the tribal villages of Dhamkada, Ajrakhpur, and Dhaneti. In the Little Rann of Kutch Nature Reserve (5000 sq. Km.), On the tiny dry and arid islands, or in the swamplands from the grassy plots between Dharangadhra and Dasada, you can admire the last specimens of Asian wild ass and some species of flamingos here they play regularly. Arrival and Accommodation in Hotel.
  • Day 6 - Bhuj - Grand Rann of Kutch

    The Rann becomes one of the largest salt marshes in the world when in the summer, thanks to the monsoon and water of the sea, it is flooded; At the same time, Rann is a dry and desert during the winter, when water begins to retreat and transforms the environment. Rabari villages are located on the infinite "island-not island" in the Bhuj district. The Hindu and Muslim population is very heterogeneous, divided into different tribes, each with its own language and traditions. The main communities in the region are the Halepotra Muslims and the Meghwal Hindus, which are distinguished by their clothes and turbans they wear. Day dedicated to excursions to the Grand Rann of Kutch, the desert dune from salt marshes, characterized by colorful markets rich in craftsmen's shops with medieval techniques. The villages of Hodka, Ludhiana, Bhirandiara, Dhordo and Kavda offer the opportunity to admire the Jat, Rabari, Harijan, Maldharis and Lohanas tribes and their typical handicrafts. A unique experience to live in touch with local populations still strongly isolated and linked to their traditions.
  • Day 7 - Bhuj - Grand Rann of Kutch

    The Rann becomes one of the largest salty marshes in the world when in the summer, thanks to the monsoon and water of the sea, it is flooded; At the same time, Rann is a dry and desert during the winter, when water begins to retreat and transforms the environment. Rabari villages are located on the infinite "island-not island" in the Bhuj district. The Hindu and Muslim population is very heterogeneous, divided into different tribes, each with its own language and traditions. The main communities in the region are the Halepotra Muslims and the Meghwal Hindus, which are distinguished by their clothes and turbans they wear. Day dedicated to excursions to the Grand Rann of Kutch, the desert dune from salt marshes, characterized by colorful markets rich in craftsmen's shops with medieval techniques. The villages of Hodka, Ludhiana, Bhirandiara, Dhordo and Kavda offer the opportunity to admire the Jat, Rabari, Harijan, Maldharis and Lohanas tribes and their typical handicrafts. A unique experience to live in touch with local populations still strongly isolated and linked to their traditions.
  • Day 8 - Bhuj – Gondal

    Transfer to Gondal (270 km: 6 hours).Transfer day along the road across the Rann of Kutch.Arrival in Gondal and accommodation in Hotel.
  • Day 9 - Gondal - Sasangir

    Transfer to Sasangir National Park (130 km: 3 hours).Afternoon dedicated to an excursion to the park where you can spot the rarest Asian Lion. Created in 1972 to protect the Asian lion from extinction, Sasan Gir represents a highly successful experiment in protecting the environment and animal species. If in the second half of the twentieth century the Asian lions were nearly extinct (with about thirty specimens), at the beginning of the 21st century the number had risen to three hundred. Sasan Gir park is also home to numerous leopards, four-horn antelopes (the only species in the world), wild boars, wolves, hyenas, jackals, buffalo, crocodiles and bird species. Arrival in Sasangir and accommodation in Hotel. Jeep ride in the park.
  • Day 10 - Sasangir - Somnath - Diu

    Transfer to Diu (100 km: 3 hours).Arrival on the Arabian Sea coast and the visit to the Temple of Somnath, built near the beach from the 10th century. Somnath is one of the twelve sacred places in India dedicated to Shiva and legend makes it to the creation of the world and Somaraj, the god of the moon. Destroyed seven times and always rebuilt, the temple was attacked by Muhammad of Ghazni in the 11th century that plundered his treasure, jewels, and gold.Continue and arrive in Diu. Accommodation in hotels and time to relax or visit the Vanakbara Fishermen's Quarter.
  • Day 11 - Diu - Bhavnagar

    Departure for Bhavnagar (200 km: 5 hours). Arrival and Accommodation in Hotel. The city was founded in 1723 during the reign of the Maratha, and its commercial port was opened in 1743 on the shores of the Gulf of Khambhat in a strategic control position throughout the region. For almost two centuries, the 18th and 19th centuries, Bhavnagar's port was one of the most important in the region and started significant trade with Africa, Singapore, and the Persian Gulf states. Today Bhavnagar is an important market and commercial port for cotton and fabrics throughout Gujarat. In the afternoon visit the Gandhi Smriti Museum House and the Takhteshwar Temple, located on a hill overlooking the entire city and Cambay Bay. Time available for visiting local bazaars.
  • Day 12 - Excursion to Palitana

    Palitana is the realm of spirit, silence, and meditation.If Gujarat is the most influential Indian state of Jainist, the followers of the religion founded by Mahavira in the 6th century BC, Palitana is certainly the most sacred place for all Jainists in the world. The Jainists built their temples on the tops of the mountains, which they regarded as the sacred gods of the gods, and in inaccessible places to defend them from the Muslim invaders. Built between the seventeenth and seventeenth centuries on the sacred hill of Satrunjaya (place of victory), Palitana rises to the place where, according to Jainist history, Adinath's first Tirthankara of Jainism (see a chapter on religion) was usually meditating and where one of his disciples, Pundalika, obtained the illumination. It has over seven thousand images of sacred Jainists and 863 temples dedicated to the 24 Tirthankara built over a thousand years, which develop on two hills with an impressive staircase of over 3,700 steps (1h and a half) steeped at a constant pace by thousands of faithful, from dawn to sunset every day of the year. Day dedicated to the visit of the extraordinary religious citadel, reachable through a stairway that winds for about two kilometers. The main temple dedicated to Shri Adiswara embellished with gold and diamonds is the most sacred for the faithful of the Jain religion.Return to Bhavnagar.
  • Day 13 - Bhavnagar - Lothal - Champaner

    Continue for Champaner (280 km: 5 hours) and visit the archaeological site of Lothal, the largest settlement of Harappa culture (2500 BC) linked to the first civilization of the Indo Valley. Lothal was an important venue for a shipyard, perhaps the largest in Asia, where the Harappa developed their fleet and started trading in the Indian subcontinent. Even today, apart from the harbor, the citadel and the Acropolis, the residential neighborhoods, the baths and the sewerage system of the city are recognizable, making Lothal an ideal site for studying the culture of the Indo Valley's civilization. Arrival and Accommodation in Hotel.
  • Day 14 - Champaner - Ahmedabad DEPARTURE

    In the morning visit to Champaner, an ancient fortified town dating back to the 15th century.Champaner is one of Gujarat's oldest fortresses and takes its name from the Champa tree, magnolia growing lush in this region. It was originally a Rajput fortress, but once conquered by Muhammad Begadha in 1484, it became the new capital of Gujarat, and one of India's largest cities of the time, with palaces, gardens, mosques, markets, which gave Champaner fame cultural and artistic that can attract the greatest artists and sculptors. Its splendor lasted no more than fifty years and the decline began soon; in 1535 Humayun attacked the fortress and the capital was again moved to Ahmedabad, the fort fell into the hands of the Mughal Empire and later the Maratha Dynasty. At the end of the departure visits to Ahmedabad (150 km: about 3 hours).Arrival and time available for shopping in the city.In the evening transfer to the airport for return flight.Overnight on board.

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