..

 


    

 
Gujarat Holiday Tour
Duration : 
9 Nights / 10 Days
Destinations Covered :  
Baroda - Champener - Chotta - Udepur - Ahmedabad - Lothal  - Paliltana - Diu - Somnath - Gir - Junagadh - Gondal - Dasada -Modhera -  Patan - Balram - Tarang - Vadnagar - Ahmedabad
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Day 1: Baroda - Champaner - Jambugoda - Chhota Udepur
Reach Baroda on day 01 of the tour and get greeted by the tour representative. Visit the museums and art galleries. Proceed to Champaner a walled citadel with 16th century Indo-Saracenic monuments which is also on the World Historical list of UNESCO. Later head to the tribal areas of Panchmahals District and Chhota Udepur Taluka to see traditional houses and paintings of the tribal groups. Ideally located on the Southeast of Ahmedabad on the banks of Vishwamitra River is the beautiful town of Baroda. Officially known as Vadodara, Baroda is one of the major towns of Gujarat. Also one of the major tourist attractions, Baroda houses beautiful palaces, museums and monuments. Overnight stay.

Day 2: Chhota Udepur 

Ahmedabad Drive to Ahemedabad on day 02. On reaching go on a city tour of Ahmedabad and visit the 15th and 16th century mosques and mausoleum complexes that are excellent examples of the provincial Indo-Saracenic style of Gujarat, the works of Le Corbusier and Luis Kahn, the Gandhi Ashram and museums. Once the capital of Gujarat, Ahmedabad is located on the banks of Sabarmati River and is the largest city in the state of Gujarat. An important commercial center of Gujarat, Ahmedabad is also known as Karnavati and is frequented by large number of business and leisure tourists every year. Overnight stay in Hotel.

Day 3: Ahmedabad - Lothal - Palitana

Go on a morning walking tour the next day and see the havelis of Ahmedabad. Travel to Lothal, excavations of a Harappan site afterwards. Continue your journey to Palitana. One of the most prominent cities of the ancient Indus Valley Civilization, Lothal is an important archaeological site located in the Gujarat state of India. Overnight stay in Hotel.

Day 4: Palitana - Diu

Visit the the Jain temple complex atop Shatrunjaya Hill over Palitana. The complex houses about 860 temples on a summit sacred to Jains. Later travel to Diu and visit the 16th century Portuguese Fort and 17th century churches. Located in the Bhavnagar district of Gujarat, Palitana was once a princely state and is one of the major pilgrimage centers for Jains. Overnight stay in Hotel.

Day 5: Palitana - Somnath - Gir (Approx 102 Km)

Drive to Somnath to see the temples, the next day. Later proceed to Gir. One of the twelve Jyotirlingas and a major tourist attraction of the state, Somnath is a beautiful temple located on the western coast of Gujarat. Ideally located on the western coast of Gujarat, Somnath is a beautiful temple and one of the twelve Jyotirlingas and is a major tourist attraction of the state. Overnight stay 

Day 5: Gir - Gondal (Approx 123 Km, About Three Hours Driving Time) 

Start you day with a drive to Gir Lion Sanctuary and National Park. Also travel to Junagadh with its historic fort, Buddhist caves, palace museum and royal mausoleum complexes. Continue your journey to Gondal and on reaching visit the 1748 AD Naulakha Palace and other interesting buildings of the Maharajas of Gondal.Last abode of the Asiatic Lion, Gir in Gujarat is a deciduous forest. The forest is known not only for its thriving panther (leopard) population but is also a home to large population of chital or spotted deer, sambar, blue bull antelope, chinkara gazelle, chousingha (the world's only four-horned antelope), wild boar and other wildlife. Besides, you will also see a large number of avian population on the game-drive trail. Overnight stay

Day 7: Gondal - Dasada (Approx 4hrs)

Drive to Dasada, visit the artisans in the village and take an evening trip to the Little Rann of Kutch for desert wildlife viewing through the gates of the fortified village of Jhijhwada, dating to the 11th - 13th century Chalukyan period. Overnight stay

Day 8: Dasada - Modhera - Patan - Balaram (180km)

Drive to the 11th century Sun Temple of Modhera, one of the finest examples of Hindu temple architecture in western India. After seeing the temple, continue to Patan to see the magnificently carved 11th century stepwell. Proceed to Balaram via Sidhapur known for its mansions and princely Palanpur. Stay at Balaram Palace Resort.

Day 9: Balaram - Taranga - Vadnagar - Ahmedabad (250km)

Drive to see the 12th century Taranga Jain Temples and to historic Vadnagar with many historic buildings. Continue to Ahmedabad.

Day 10: Ahmedabad

Departure transfer to airport to connect flight for onward destination

 

You can make your tailor made packages by filling up the form given below. You just fill in the fields, and we will reply  you as soon as possible.

Send me a
Quote

Guest Name :
E-Mail :
Phone :
Country :
Arrival Date  :
Departure Date  :
Number of Guests  : Adults
Children
Please submit any specific comments / queries:


 

  Top Selling Tours in India

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Home
   |  Client Comments  |   Contact Us   |  Holiday Packages   |  Hotel Booking  |   Tailor - Made Tours  |  Women Traveler  |   India Special Tour

Copyright Incredible India Package Tour 2012 , All Rights Reserved