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AHEMADABAD-GONDAL-SOMANATH-DWARAKA-RAJKOT (7NIGHT 8DAYS)

Gujarat Is The 7th Largest State In India, It Is One Of The Most Popular Tourist Regions In The Country, It Is Also The Birthplace Of Mahatma Gandhi And Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, Iconic Figures Of India’s Independence Movement.
Within Gujarat There Are A Wide Variety Of Historic Forts, Palaces, Mosques, Temples, And Places Of Historical Importance In India’s Struggle For Independence. Many Of This Palaces And Forts Have Been Converted Into Heritage Hotels To Keep Tourists Close To The Vibrant History Of Gujarat.

DAY 01 – AHMEDABAD

Upon your arrival in Ahmedabad, meet our representative and get transferred Hotel after fresh up visit to Sabarmati Ashram, which is located at banks of the Sabarmati River, was found in 1915. This ashram was the residence of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi till 1930. Akshardham Temple is located 28 km away from Ahmedabad in Gandhi Nagar. Foundation of this temple at Gandhinagar was laid by Bochasanwasi Akshar-Purushottam Swaminarayan Sanstha (BAPS). . (For details see attraction)
Night dinner and stay at hotel

Day 02: Ahmadabad -GONDAL (253 – 5 hrs)

Early morning after breakfast journey to Gondal. once a princely state in Gujarat is a city of forts and palaces built by the Rajput rulers. It is one of the most visited tourist places by international tourists in Gujrat. If you want to have a date with the real cultural heritage of Gujarat, then Gondal is the perfect place to visit. On reaching Gondal, check into the hotel to relax and rest. In the afternoon, visit the Gondala Palace The 11-gun salute princely state of Gondal spanned an area of about 1000 sq miles comprising four towns and more than 175 villages. In the evening, visit the Jalaram Temple Jalaram Bapa is also known as simply ‘Jalaram’ and one of the most popular Hindu saint in the state of Gujarat. . Stay overnight in Gondal.

Day 03 : Gondal – Somnath(150km-3hrs)
Breakfast in the morning, drive towards Somnath In the via Junagadh. The places you will visit here includes Junagadh Museum is located inside the Sakkarbag Zoo. It exhibits unique collections of ancient coins, manuscripts, art furniture, archaeological items, Somnath Temple , Lord Shiva is quoted as saying, ‘I am omnipresent, but I am especially in twelve forms and places.’ These places are known as jyotirlingas, and Somnath is the first to be found in the world . Night dinner and Stay overnight at the hotel in Veraval.

Day 04 : Veraval – Dwarka(230km/5hrs)

Breakfast in the morning, leave by road for Dwarka. On the way, visit Porbander, the hometown of Mahatma Gandhi.By evening, arrive in Dwarka shopping (at your own cost) night dinner and Stay in Dwarka.

Day 05: Dwarka

Morning after breakfast Dwarkadeesh temple. is one of four most holy pilgrimage sites (Chardham) of Hindu faith and is associated with Lord Krishna’s life. Located on the western most tip of Saurastra. next visit to Rukshamanee Mandir is dedicated to the beloved wife of Lord Krishna, Devi Rukmani. Among all His 16,108 wives, Devi Rukmani was Lord Krishna’s favourite. Dwarka Lighthouse was constructed at Rupen Creek during the early 19th century. In order to lift a lamp, a flag mast was posted at the port, which thereafter served as a lighthouse night dinner and Stay in Dwarka

Day 06 : Dwarka – Rajkot(220km/5hrs)
Early morning after breakfast departure to rajkot, after reach check in to hotel, fresh up, and visit the Mahatma Gandhi High School earlier known as Alfred High School was established in 1853. The building of this school has been built in Gothic Norman structure and it is most popular for its high standards of educational system. night dinner and Stay in hotel at Rajkot.

Day 07: Rajkot
Morning after breakfast visit to The Ishwariya Temple is a small temple of Rajkot, dedicated to Lord Shiva. The most popular feature of this is its Shiva Lingam, which is recognised as ‘Swayambhu’ next visit to The Ramakrishna Ashram is a math and centre for universal teachings of Vedanta, situated in Rajkot. The of the establishment of this ashram was in 1926, during Swami Madhavanandaji Maharaj’s visit to the place. Evening visit to Jubilee Garden is located in the heart of Rajkot Jubilee garden is home to a large amusement park along with many shops and attractions likeWatson Museum, Connaught Hall, Alfred High School, and Lang Library. night dinner and Stay in hotel at Rajkot.

Day 08 : Rajkot – Ahmedabad (215km/4hrs)
Morning after breakfast, leave by road for Ahmedabad. Upon arrival in Ahmedabad, shopping with relaxation Later, you will be transferred to the Ahmedabad airport/railway station for onward journey.

INCLUSIONS: –
• Hotel Accommodation In 3* / similar Twin Share Basis
• Meals ( Breakfast lunch & Dinner )
• All Transfers And Sightseeing’s By Suitable Vehicle According To Group Strength.

EXLCUSIONS: –
• Services & Charges Not Mentioned: Travel Insurance, Extra Luggage, And Other Entrance Charges Other Than Mentioned In The Itinerary, Portage, Telephone, Tips And Any Other Expenditure Of Personal In Nature.
• Which Is Not Mentioned In Itenary Is Not Included.

CANCELLATION CHARGES ARE AS FOLLOWS: –
• 20 To 10 Days Prior : 50%
• 10 To 5 Days Prior : 75%
• Less Than 5 Days : No Refund

ATTRACTION places details

•Gandhi Ashram on his return from south africa, gandhi’s first ashram in india was established in the kochrab area of ahmedabad on 25 may 1915. The ashram was then shifted to bank of sabaramati river. To serve as an institution that would carry on a search for truth and a platform to bring together a group of workers committed to non-violence who would help secure freedom for India.

•Akshardham Temple is a place, which consists of a number of things under one roof like art, education, architecture, exhibitions and research. It is truly an architectural master piece .established in the year 1992the akshardham temple was built in the dedication of lord swaminarayan.

•Gondala Palace The 11-gun salute princely state of Gondal spanned an area of about 1000 sq miles comprising four towns and more than 175 villages. The state was ruled by a dynasty of the Krishna-vanshi Jadeja Rajput clan from Thakur Shri Kumboji in the 1600s. and explore the surrounding areas.

•Jalaram Temple is also known as simply ‘Jalaram’ and one of the most popular Hindu saint in the state of Gujarat. He was born on 14th November, 1799 and died on 23th February, 1881 at Virpur. Every year, lakhs of followers of Jalaram Bapa celebrates ‘Jalaram Jayanti’ on his birthday which is on the 7th day Shukla Paksha of Kartika. in Virpur.
• Junagadh Museum The Junagadh Musuem is located inside the Sakkarbag Zoo. It exhibits unique collections of ancient coins, manuscripts, art furniture, archaeological items, stuffed animals, statues, Persian Sanskrit inscriptions, and etc.
• Somnath Temple (Shivapurana and the Nandi Upapurana, Lord Shiva is quoted as saying, ‘I am omnipresent, but I am especially in twelve forms and places.’ These places are known asjyotirlingas, and Somnath is the first to be found in the world. Around the linga the moon god Soma built a mythical temple of gold as an ode to Lord Shiva’s glory and compassion.

•Porbander, the hometown of Mahatma Gandhi. The site of Gandhi’s birth, now called Kirti Mandir, has been converted into a small museum about him, with an exhibit of old photographs, some of his very few possessions and a nice library of books either by him or relating to Gandhian philosophy and practice. The room where his mother gave birth to him has, as expectable, nothing special about it. It was the family home.( sites are open from 9am-12pm and 3pm-6pm and entry to each is Rs.3/-.)

•Dwarkadeesh temple. Dwarka is one of four most holy pilgrimage sites (Chardham) of Hindu faith and is associated with Lord Krishna’s life. Located on the western most tip of Saurastra (Gujarat), this giant ornate shrine is one of the most imposing five-storied structures of Hindu architecture in Gujarat on the confluence of river Gomti and Arabian sea. According to the epic Mahabharata, the city in due course was submerged by the sea.
• Rukshamanee Mandir is dedicated to the beloved wife of Lord Krishna, Devi Rukmani. Among all His 16,108 wives, Devi Rukmani was Lord Krishna’s favourite. The Rukshamanee Mandir, which is also known as Rukmani Temple, features varied paintings of the 12th century on its walls. These paintings capture the time spent by Lord Krishna and Devi Rukmani.

• Dwarka Lighthouse was constructed at Rupen Creek during the early 19th century. In order to lift a lamp, a flag mast was posted at the port, which thereafter served as a lighthouse. In 1866, eighteen metres tall square tower was constructed at this site, along with an installation of an oil wick lamp.

•Gandhi High School earlier known as Alfred High School was established in 1853. The building of this school has been built in Gothic Norman structure and it is most popular for its high standards of educational system. The name of the school was changed to the present one, when the present management came to know that Mahatma Gandhi himself has been an alumnus to this school. This school was the very place where Mahatma Gandhi misspelled the word ‘kettle'(Timing: Morning to Evening Admission Fees: Free)

• Ishwariya Temple is a small temple of Rajkot, dedicated to Lord Shiva. It lies at 10 km from the city in the Madhapar village on Jamnagar highway. The most popular feature of this is its Shiva Lingam, which is recognised as ‘Swayambhu’. It is also a major picnic spot of the place. Along with this, an annual fair held at this temple is also quite popular.
• Ramakrishna Ashram is a math and centre for universal teachings of Vedanta, situated in Rajkot. The of the establishment of this ashram was in 1926, during Swami Madhavanandaji Maharaj’s visit to the place. He later became the 9th president of Ramakrishna Math and Ramakrishna Mission. This ashram illustrates the life and ideals of Ramakrishna to promote religious harmony and universal brotherhood in the world.

.Jubilee Garden is located in the heart of Rajkot and is one of its most popular sightseeing and picnic spots. Jubilee garden is home to a large amusement park along with many shops and attractions likeWatson Museum, Connaught Hall, Alfred High School, and Lang Library. )

1. Customer should pay Rs.5, 000/- in advance at the time of booking and full payment has to be paid before 30 days of the date of journey.
2. Cancellation charges are applicable as per company rules.
3. No refund will be made towards unutilised services of the tour.
4. Advance amount paid towards reservation of seats is not refundable.
5. Sightseeing subject to modification with or without notice.
6. All types of personal expense, whatsoever is the matter will be yours.
7. Rooms are sharing reservation of hotels and provision of foods as per company rules.
8. Rates are subjects to change with or without prior notice.
9. Company reserves the right to cancel the scheme.
10. Service tax as applicable extra.
11. The service provided by us is of superior quality at the lowest rate.
12. Rates are applicable Minimum for 5 Members.

GUJARAT SPECIAL CUISINE (TASTING AT YOUR OWN COST)

Chakli
Daal Parantha
Dal Dhokli
Gujarati Kadhi
Khaman
Khandvi
Khichu
Kakdi Nu Raitu
Khajoor Na Ghugra
Osaman
Ringan Nu Oloo
Sukavni
Tindora Nu Shaak
Chhundo
Gunda
Masala Puri
Shrikand
Trevti Daal
Toor Dal
Vangi Batata Bhaaji
Vagharelo Bhaat
Khaman Kakdi
Lasaniya Batata
Leelva Nu Bhaat
Makai Na Bharta
Masala Supari
Asoondi
Undhiyo

SHOPPING IN GUJARATH SPECIALS (AT YOUR OWN COST)
Gujarat Specialties
• Patola Silk Sarees
• Bandhnis and traditional Gagra-Cholis
• Marriage Costumes
• Wall Hangings
• Embroidered, Appliquéd Quilts
• Cradle Clothes
• Cloth Toys
• Embroidered Footwear
• Lacquer Furniture