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Gujarath Special  ( 13 Days / 12 Nights )
Ahmedabad : (2N) , Dasada : (1N) , Bhuj : (2N) , Sayla : (1N) , Sasangiri : (1N) , Diu : (1N) , Bhavnagar : (1N) , Baroda : (2N)

Day 1 : Arrival Ahmedabad
Arrival at Ahmedabad, Transfer to your hotel. half day sightseeing of Ahmedabad Over night at hotel.
Day 2 : Ahmedabad Sightseeing
Morning visit to the Heritage Walk Visit, Siddhi Sayad Masjid, Swaminarayan Temple Afternoon visit Gandhinagar – Akshardam Temples ( 30 Kms one-way) on the way Back Visit Adalaj Stepwell and return to Hotel. Overnight at hotel.
Day 3 : Ahmedabad – Dasada (Little Rann of Kutch) – 110 Kms / 2 Hours Drive
Morning drive to Dasada & Check in at Rann Riders or Desert Courses or Similar Onway visit Modhera & Patan (Note : Modhera & patan visit take extra 4-5 Hours ( 140 Kms) Afternoon visit to the Little Rann of Kutch (By jeep) Overnight at Coobas Accommodation.
Day 4 : Dasada – Bhuj ( 280 Kms/ 7hrs )
Morning Proceed to Bhuj, Upon arrival proceed to DSP/Collector office to obtain the permit ( Please all foreign clients need to obtain the permit for Banny village visit) ** Note : 2nd & 4th Saturday & Public holidays are closed at DSP/COLLECTOR office hence set the dates accordingly.Evening visit to the Bhuj city and market Overnight at Hotel.
Day 5 : Bhuj – Fullday visit to the Banny villages (150 Kms / 4 hrs )
Fullday excursion to the Banny villages to see various typical villages to see the traditional art and culture of Gujarat. Evening return to Bhuj hotel for overnight Stay.
Day 6 : Bhuj – Sayla (260 Kms)
Morning proceed to Sayla Evening arrival at Rajkot and check in at Hotel. Afternoon sightseeing of Sayla & Walking tour of the Village.
Day 7 : Sayla - Sasangir (190 Kms)
Morning Proceed to Sasangir & Check in at Hotel Afternoon game view (Jeep afar/optional Payable directly) into the Sasangir Lion Sanctuary Special Note: Sasangir Sanctuary is closed every year 15 June to 15th Oct Oct (in such period the said night replaced at Gondal on Deluxe Package & Standard Package same Night can be adjustable at Rajkot or Diu) Overnight at Sasangir Hotel.
Day 8 : Sasangir – Somnath - Diu( 40 kms / 80 Kms)
Am 06.00 : game view (Jeep safar/optional-Payable directly) into the Sasangir Lion Sanctuary. After breakfast drive to Diu onway visit of Somnath – On arrival check in at Hotel Day at eisure at the beach. Overnight at Hotel at Diu
Day 9 : Diu Local Sightseeing
Fullday enjoy the beach activity and day visit of Diu Overnight at Hotel.
Day 10 : Diu – Bhavnagar (200 Kms)
Morning enjoy the beach activity Morning Proceed to Bhavnagar Check in at Hotel Overnight at Bhavnagar.
Day 11 : Bhavnagar – Palitana – Baroda ( Vadodara) (60 Kms /300 Kms)
Morning Proceed to Baroda (Vaodadara) onway Visit of Palitana Shatrunjaya Temple (doli-lift chairs are available at extra cost) After Lunch(own) drive to Baroda . Overnight at Hotel.
Day 12 : Baroda Local Sightseeing
Full day Sightseeing of Baroda Including local Baroda (Vadodara) city / Chambanir Note : Cambanir is 50 Kms from Baroda Return to Baroda for overnight. Stay at Hotel.
Day 13 : Dep from Vadodra Railway Station & Airport.

Ahmedabad is a unique city, blending an ancient heritage with a vibrant present. The city’s prosperous and eventful past is embodied in its rich kaleidoscope of history, art and culture.
The city of Dwarka, renowned in myth and legend, was once the capital of Lord Krishna’s empire. He is believed to have settled here, after leaving Mathura thousands of years ago. The site is undoubtedly ancient but its association with Lord Krishna gives it a sanctity that draws millions of pilgrims even today. It is one of the seven sacred cities or ‘Sapta Puris’ as well as one of the four ‘dhams’ - supreme pilgrim centers for the Hindus. 

Adi Shankaracharya established the ‘Dwarka Peeth’ for spreading the message of the Hindu gospel "Ramayana" in Dwarka. Dwarka has also been visited by; the great mystic Narsinh Mehta, Mirabai and the great saints Kabir and Nanak.

Area: 42.1 Sq. Km
Altitude: 7.3 Meters
Temperature: Summer Max: 35 Deg.C. Min: 21.1 Deg.C.
Winter Max: 27 Deg.C. Min: 13 Deg.C.
Rainfall: 35.3 cm (July to Sept.)
Season: November to March


Air: Jamnagar 148 Km is the nearest airport linked with Mumbai by Indian Airlines.
Rail:Dwarka is a railhead on the Western Railway, directly connected with Ahmedabad, Jamnagar, Mumbai, Porbander and Rajkot.
Road: Motorable roads connect Dwarka with Ahmedabad 450 Km
Bhavnagar 399 Km Okha 32 Km
Jamnagar 148 Km Porbandar 120 Km
Junagadh 332 Km Rajkot 234 Km
Mumbai 929 Km Somnath 249 Km
Veraval 243 Km
Bhadkeshwar Temple
Dwarkadhish Temple – Timings: 0600 to 1230 hrs and 700 to 2100 hrs
Indological Research Institute
Light House
Rukmani Temple
Shri Jagatguru Shankaracharya Math
Ved Bhavan


Vasai (11 Km): Identified with Kankavati, the fifth century Maitrak capital, Vasai has a sun temple and other ancient ruins. 

Nageshwar (13 Km): Famous for the Nageshwar Mahadeo Temple. 

Mithapur (22 Km): Mithapur is a Model township of the Tata chemical factory. The factory here can be visited with the permission of the local management at Mithapur site. 

Gopi Talav Teerth (23 Km): A place of religious importance

Bet Dwarka (32 Km): 5 Km by sea from Okha, it is also called Bet Shankhoddhar and is said to be the place where Lord Krishna lived while he ruled at Dwarka. There are regular ferry services from Okha Port to Bet Dwarka. 

Okha (32 Km): An important port on the west coast. 

Harshad Mata Temple (58 Km): Temple dedicated to the Goddess Harshad. 

Pindhara (72 Km): There is an ancient Purvasa Ashram and a Sun Temple.

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Gir forest is the only place in the world, outside Africa, where the Asiatic lion can be seen in its natural habitat. The forest, which has shrunk to 1412 sq. km from it"s original spread of about 5,000 sq. Km, was notified a Wildlife Sanctuary in 1969. Six years later, its core area of 140 sq. km was constituted into a National Park, which has since been expanded to cover 258.71 sq. Km Though known the world over mainly for its lions, Gir is one of the few remaining forests comprising different habitats - open scrub country, dry deciduous and tropical thorn forests and an evergreen corridor along the river sides. The forest also harbors a variety of smaller animals and birds. Other predators are the powerful Panther and the ungainly striped hyena. The largest Indian deer, sambar, chital, nilgai, chinkara and the unique chowsingha are found here, along with the bear and the long tailed langur. The peacock, India"s national bird with its resplendent plumage, is among the common birds in Gir. Another attraction is a crocodile farm developed in the forest.


Area :1412 Sq. Km
Altitude :157.41 Meters
Temperature :Summer :Max: 43°C.    Min: 33°C.
Winter :Max: 15°C.  Min: 7°C.

Season :The sanctuary is open to visitors from 16th October to 15th June and remains closed during the monsoons.
Timings: 0630 to 1100 hrs & 1500 to 1900 hrs 


Air : The nearest airport is Rajkot (160 Km), connected by Indian Airlines & Jet Airways with Mumbai.

Rail : Sasan is a railway station on the meter guage line. However, the convenient railhead is Junagadh (54 Km).

Road : Sasangir is connected by motorable road with Ahmedabad 408 Km,

Dwarka 317 KmPalitana 240 Km

Junagadh 54 KmRajkot 160 Km

Keshod 89 KmSomnath 48 Km

Mount Abu 567 KmVeraval 45 Km

Mumbai 802 Km

Local Transport : Jeeps can be hired from the Forest Department, Sasangir.


Crocodile Rearing Center : The centre is implementing the program of stocking the population of crocodiles in wild. It involves monitored breeding, careful rearing of hatchlings and subsequent release of 4 year olds into the wilds.

Interpretation Park at Devalia : 4 Sq. Km of the Gir habitat representing a cross section of wildlife, has been fenced and is being maintained as a park, which gives a general idea about Gir and the behaviour of animals in their natural habitat.
Open from 16th October to 15th June only.
Timings: Sunrise to Sunset.
Entry Fee: (includes guide and vehicle charges):
Indian - Rs.30/- (Adult) & Rs.15/- (Children below 12 yrs.)
Foreigners - US $ 5 (Adult) & US $ 3 (Children below 12 yrs.)

Orientation Centre : Located in Sasan, within the guest house campus, the centre with the help of photographic and pictorial displays, illustrated boards, clay models etc. provides the basic factual and scientific information about Gir and its wildlife.

Kamleshwar : An artificial reservoir also harbors a large population of crocodiles.EXCURSIONS

Sirvan (12 Km) : It is a unique village where people of African origin live, retaining their own distinct culture.

Satadhar (23 Km) : There is a temple here, dedicated to a saint named Appa Gega.

Kankeshwari Mata (25 Km) : Situated in Kankai, close to Satadhar.

Banej (40 Km) : There is a Shiva Temple here.

Somnath (45 Km) :Somnath is one of the 12 Jyotirlingas of India.

Junagadh (65 Km) : It is famous for Mount Girnar with its Jain temples on top.

Tulsi Shyam Hot Springs (80 Km) : In the heart of the Gir forest, well known for its hot springs and a temple, is the scenic spot of Tulsi Shyam.

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Somnath, also known as Prabhas Patan and Deva Patan has great religious and historical significance. The Somnath Temple is one of the 12 Jyotirlingas (Shiva Shrines) and is one of the most important pilgrim centers for Hindus. The temple was ransacked and destroyed seven times by Muslim invaders but rebuilt at the same spot each time. The present temple is a recent reconstruction in the old style.

Area: 3.83 Sq. Km
Altitude: Sea Level
Temperature: Summer Max: 36.4°C. Min: 16°C.
Winter Max: 31°C. Min: 11°C.
Rainfall: 50.4 cm. (June to Sept)
Season: November to March

Transport And Communication

Air: The nearest airport is Rajkot (160 Km), connected by Indian Airlines with Mumbai.
Rail: The nearest railhead is Veraval (7 Km) on the Western Railway line connected by train with Ahmedabad.
Road: Somnath is connected by road with Ahmedabad 304 Km,
Bhavnagar 261 Km Dwarka 238 Km
Jamnagar 246 Km Junagadh 85 Km
Keshod 55 Km Mumbai 889 Km
Palitana 241 Km Porbandar 122 Km
Rajkot 188 Km Sasangir 48 Km
Udaipur 555 Km

Places of Interest

Ahilyabai Temple: Dedicated to Lord Shiva and built by Queen Ahilyabai Holkar.

Bhalka Tirth: According to a legend, this is the place where Lord Krishna, mistaken for a deer, was wounded by an arrow of a Bhil tribal and left his mortal body.

Dehotsarga: This is the holy place where Lord Krishna, having been injured, passed the last moments of his life under a pipal tree. A temple has been built here.

Junagadh Gate: This is the entrance gate of the town of Somnath.

Somnath Temple: One of the twelve Jyotirlingas - the most sacred Shiva shrines in India.

Triveni Ghat: Lord Krishna is believed to have been cremated here.

Museum: An archaeological museum, with relics of previous Somnath temples. 
Timings: 10.00 Hrs. to 17.30 Hrs. 
Closed on Wednesdays and gazetted holidays

Baldevji"s Cave


Laxmi Narayan Temple

Mahakalika Temple

Maha Prabhuji"s Baithak

Rureshwar Mahadev Temple

Shashibhushan Mahadev Temple

Surya Mandir

Veneshwar Temple.


Chorwad (25 Km): A delightful resort on the sunny coast of Gujarat. The summer palace of the former Nawab of Junagadh now runs as a hotel - the Palace Beach Resort.

Sasan Gir (48 Kms.): A famous wildlife sanctuary and home of the Asiatic Lion.

Ahmedpur Mandvi (79 Km): Ahmedpur Mandvi is an absolutely untouched and one of the finest beaches in the country. It is also an excellent centre for water sports, with facilities of water skiing and scooters, speedboats, water toboggans, etc.
Diu (82 Km): The Union territory of Diu was one of the oldest bastions of Portuguese power. It lies just across Ahmedpur Mandvi and is connected to it by way of a bridge.

Tulsi Shyam (109 Km): In the heart of the Gir forests is the scenic spot of Tulsi Shyam with its hot springs, and a temple dedicated to the Pandava Bhim and his mother Kunti.
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Kutch & Bhuj
The walled city of Bhuj is the headquarters of the Kutch district. The princely citadel of Bhuj is named after its Bhujia fortress, which overlooks the city from a hill nearby. The region is said to have witnessed the Indus Valley Civilization, exile of the Pandavas during the Mahabharata period and the invasion of Alexander the Great. The golden period of Bhuj came when the Jadeja Rajput rulers shifted their capital from Anjaro to Bhuj in the mid 16th century. Bhuj also serves as a base for visiting the Flamingo city for the adventurous travelers. Bhuj is most famous for the wide variety of handicrafts, which includes Kutchi embroidery with mirror work, bandhni, hand printed textiles and saris, etc.

Altitude:98.31 Meters
Temperature: Summer Max: 40 Deg.C. Min: 28 Deg.C.
Winter : Max: 28 Deg.C. Min: 14 Deg.C.
Best Season: November to March

Air: Bhuj is connected by Jet Airways flight with Mumbai.
Rail:Bhuj is a railway station on the meter gauge line of the Western Railway directly connected with Gandhidham and Kandla. Gandhidham in turn is well connected with the rest of the country.
Road:Bhuj is connected by good motorable roads with Ahmedabad 402 Km
Amroli 353 Km    Mehsana 314 Km
Bhavnagar 391 Km   Mumbai 888 Km
Gandhidham 54 Km   Palanpur 351 Km
Gandhinagar 393 Km Rajkot 226 Km
Jamnagar 313 Km   Vadodara 419 Km
Junagadh 324 Km.

Dadavadi Jain: The Dadavadi Jain derasar is an old Jain shrine of Shri Adinathji, the first thirthankar of Jain religion.
Khengar Park & Hamirsar Lake:A beautiful picnic spot just outside the city.
Mohammed Pannah Mosque: Rao Shigodji - II in memory of the Muslim fakir Mohammed Pannah Sayed, built The Mohammed Pannah Mosque.Paragmahal: Rao Paragmalji’s Palace is an ornate Italian marble and sandstone building which was constructed in the latter part of the 19th century. Parts of it are now used for government offices but the vast Darbar Hall and the Clock Tower are open to the public.

Rao Lakhpatji Chhatri: The Royal Chhatris are monuments of Red sandstone built by Rao Lakha in the 18th century. The main chhatri has an artistically carved roof supported by decorated pillars.
Swami Narayan Temple (Old): It is a beautiful temple built by Gangabai (daughter of Jethi Ghela Trikamji) in memory of her mother-in-law.Aarti Timings:
Mangala Aarti - 0530 hrs
Shringar - 0715 hrs
Rajbhog - 1145 hrs
Sandhya - 1930 hrs
Shayan -  2030 hrs

Hindola is the main festival celebrated in this temple in the month of Shravan of the Hindu calendar. Kutch Museum:The Kutch Museum at Bhuj, initially formed part of the School of Art established by Maharao Khengarji III in 1877. It is the oldest museum of Gujarat. The Museum has eleven sections on inscriptions, archaeology, sculpture, paintings, coins and currency of the Katchchh state as well as from almost every country of the world, a shipping section showing models of ships made in Mandvi, sections on musical instruments, arms and ammunition, philately and a section on Natural History, added in 1978.

Timings: 0900 hrs to 1200 hrs & 1500 hrs to 1800 hrs

Closed on Wednesdays and Govt. Holidays.
Aaina Mahal: This 350 years old palace has the Maharaja"s private collection of paintings, royal furniture, textiles, arms, ivory work, manuscripts, etc.

Timings: 0900 hrs to 1200 hrs & 1500 hrs to 1800 hrs

Closed on Saturdays.


Purneshwar (35 Km): A 9th - 10th century temple raised on a high plinth with some fine sculptures on display.

Anjar (41 Km): It is an important commercial center. Anjar is the venue of many popular fairs, like the one commemorating Menkan dada, a local saint, and the Jesal-Toral fair near the shrine of Jesal and Toral, the legendary lovers. Anjar is also famous for its Ajrakh Printing technique as well as metalware specialties like carved nutcrackers, scissors and knives.

Gandhidham (54 Km from Bhuj): 

Mandvi (61 Km): Mandvi founded in 1581 AD has a fortification with 25 bastions. The place is a well-known centre for the production of the country crafts. The Rukmavati bridge built in 1883, is the longest existing one of it’s kind. Mandvi is also well known for its beautiful silver sand beach and the imposing Vijayvilas Palace built in 1935.

Banni (65 Km): It is a grassland in the great Rann of Kutch, famous for its small villages which are a great storehouse of rich textiles and handicrafts especially embroideries, block printed fabric, leather foot wear, wood carvings, pottery and metal ware manufactured by the local people.

Kandla (68 Km): It is one of India’s six major ports and a free trade zone.

Bhadreshwar (75 Km): Bhadreshwar is the site of the ancient Bhadravati Nagri of King Yuvnashva mentioned in the Mahabharata. Most of the ruins of the city have been carried away, including its foundations stones which have been dug up and removed. The remains of a large stepwell, a Shiva temple and an old Jain temple are among the ancient relics that can be seen here.

Dhola Veera (100 Km): The Archaeological excavations here have revealed an Indus Valley Civilization site. It is one of the oldest and largest Indus sites in India. It is located on Khadir Beyt surrounded on all sides by the Great Rann of Kutch.

Flamingo City (100 Km): In Gujarat, Flamingoes breed in the interior of the Great Rann of Kutch, their breeding colony is being known as ‘ Flamingo City’. To reach ‘Flamingo City’ one has to travel up to Khavda from Bhuj (80 Kms.) by road and then further journey on camel back for five to six hours. Necessary clearance from the Border Security Force is required to be obtained, before visiting this area, which is given by the District Collector of Kutch at Bhuj.

Narayan Sarovar Chinkara Sanctuary (100 Km): Spread over an area of 765 sq. km, the sanctuary’s main attractions are the chinkara, Indian wolf, desert monitor lizard, black partridge, and flamingo. One can also see the blue bull, wild boar, jackal, striped hyena, hare, Indian fox, desert cat, porcupine, spiny tailed lizard and birds like haubara bustard, lesser florican etc.
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Vadodara is a city of beautiful gardens, magnificent palaces and many institutions of learning. Formerly the capital of a princely state, Vadodara owes its development and prosperity to Sayajirao Gaikwad III and has today, developed as a thriving industrial and commercial centre.

Area: 78 Sq. Km 
Altitude:35.50 Meters 
Temperature: SummerMax: 40.4 Deg.C.Min: 20.4 Deg.C. 
WinterMax: 33.1 Deg.C. Min: 9.8 Deg.C. 
Rainfall:93.19 cm (Mid June to Sept) 
Best Season:November to April 


Air: Vadodara is connected by air with Mumbai and Delhi. 

Rail:Vadodara is a railway station on the Western Railway broad gauge line, connected with important cities and towns. 

Road:Vadodara is connected by motorable roads with Ahmedabad 118 Km,
Anand 39 Km
Jamnagar 371
Palanpur 258 Km
Ankleshwar 82 Km
Junagadh 390 Km
Rajkot 305 Km
Bharuch 72 Km
Khambhat 78 Km
Surat 160 Km
Bhavnagar 271 Km
Lothal 119 Km
Udaipur 313 Km
Bhuj 486 Km
Mehsana 196 Km
Valsad 236 Km
Daman 251 Km
Mount Abu 331 Km
Delhi 1039 Km
Mumbai 432 Km
Dumas 158 Km
Godhra 78 Km
Indore 344 Km

Aurobindo Society
Baroda Dairy
Maqbara Hazira
Bhadra Palace
M.S. University
Dakshinamurthy Temple
Nazarbagh Palace Nyaya Mandir
Kirti Mandir
Pratap Vilas Palace
Lakshmi Vilas Palace
Sardar Patel Planetarium
Makarpura Palace
Sursagar Lake

Timings of the Zoo - Shri Sayaji Baug Pranisangraha: 

0800 to 1200 hrs & 1400 to 1800 hrs 

Closed on Mondays and public holidays.


Health Museum - Timings: 1100 to 1800 hrs 

Maharaja Fatehsingh Museum - Timings: 0900 to 1200 hrs, 1530 to 1830 hrs closed on Mondays and Govt. holidays 

Vadodara Museum and Picture Gallery - Timings: 1000 to 1700 hrs closed on Mondays and Govt. holidays


Khambhatt (Cambay): An ancient sea port now silted up, famous for its agate industry. 

Nimeta (13 Km): On the way to Ajwa lake, Nimeta is a picnic spot. A water purification plant is operated here. 

Ajwa Lake (Sayaji Sarovar) (21 Km): The water reservoir for the city it is an ideal picnic spot with boating facilities. 

Tuwa (27 Km): Tuwa is known for its natural hot water springs, containing sulphur. Near the springs there is an ancient Shiva temple, built in the Orissi style. 

Dabhoi Fort (30 Km): It is famous for a beautifully carved gate called "Hirabhago". There is a Malika Temple in the fort with a profusion of fine carvings. The town is considered to be the birthplace of the Gujarat style of architecture. 

Anand (35 Km): Here one can see Asia"s largest milk co-operative, the Amul Dairy. This milk co-operative produces around 10 lakh tonnes of milk everyday and 70% of the milk produced are sent to various cities. Milk products are produced in the most modern complex. It is the finest example of co-operative ventures in the country, which has put India on the world map as a major producer of milk & milk products, in addition to transforming the life of farmers in the region. 
Halol (35 Km): Halol was a suburb of Champaner, containing beautiful gardens during the Muslim regime. There is a dargah here, of Sikander Shah, a general of Mohammed Begara. Sikander Shah was murdered in the palace of Champaner by the Umrao Imad-Ub-Mulk in 1526 and his body was buried at Halol. Over his tomb, there is a huge beautiful stone structure which is partly broken today. 

Malsar (45 Km): Situated on the banks of the Narmada river. The sacred shrines of Mangaleshwar Mahadeo, and Angareshwar Mahadeo and a Satyanarayana temple are situated in the village. It is said that the Pandavas had stayed for some time in the nearby forest, where there are temples of Pandeshwar and Bhimeshwar Mahadeo. 

Sankheda (47 Km): Sankheda, named after the demon Sankhsen is a town with an old fort. Historical facts reveal that the fort at Sankheda was built by Sultan Ahmedshah-I in A.D.1419. It is also a religious centre famous for its Jwalamukhi Mata Temple and Dharmananda Mahadev Temple. There are two mosques in the town. 

Today Sankheda enjoys world wide reputation for its attractive lacquer furniture, which comes in bright shades of red, maroon and ochre and makes very good bedsteads, coffee tables, low chairs, swings, divans and a wide range of furniture, which look delicate but have an astonishingly long life. 

Chandod (50 Km): A place of great sanctity, due to the confluence of the Narmada, Osrang and the mythological Saraswati. The Kapileshwar Mahadev Temple here is believed to be of great antiquity. 

Champaner and Pavagadh (47/ 49 Km): Champaner lies at the foot of the Pavagadh Fort. The ruins of its mosques and palaces, reflected in the lake are some of the most picturesque in India. The hill of Pavagadh rises from Champaner in three stages.

Bharuch (72 Km): This very old town was mentioned in historical records nearly 2000 years ago. In the 17th century, English and Dutch factories were established here. A fort overlooks the wide Narmada River from its hilltop location and at its base is the Jami Masjid. There is also a temple of Bhrigurishi on the river banks from which the town derived its name Bhrigukachcha, later shortened to Bharuch. 

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Ahmedabad is a unique city, blending an ancient heritage with a vibrant present. The city’s prosperous and eventful past is embodied in its rich kaleidoscope of history, art and culture.

Area: 205 Sq. Km.
Altitude: 53 Mts.
Temperature: Summer Max. 43 deg. C Min. 23 deg. C
Winter : Max. 36 deg. C Min. 15 deg. C

Rainfall: 93.2 Cm (Mid June to Mid Sept)
Season: Throughout the year.

Air: Air India, Indian Airlines and private airlines connect Ahmedabad with major cities in India.
Rail:Ahmedabad is a railhead and an important junction on the Western Railway connected with important cities and towns in the country.
Road:Ahmedabad is connected by motorable roads with
Ajmer 570 Km.Mumbai 545 Km
Bhuj 402 Km. Palitana 218 Km
Bhavnagar 203 Km Porbander 409 Km
Delhi 1076 Km Rajkot 216 Km
Dwarka 450 Km Rajpipla 200 Km
Gandhinagar 25 Km Sasangir 408 Km
Jaipur 657 Km Somnath 304 Km
Jamnagar 304 Km Surat 267 Km
Jodhpur 442 Km Udaipur 252 Km
Junagadh 315 Km Vadodara 113 Km.

Ahmed Shah’s Mosque Jhulta Minar (Shaking Minarets)
Balvatika Kankaria Lake
Dada Hari Stepwell Rani Rupmati Mosque
Daria Khan’ s Ghummat Rani Sipri’s Mosque
Hathisinh Temple Jumma Masjid
A Sound and Light (Son et Lumiere) show on the life of Mahatma Gandhi is held in the evenings at the Ashram.
Timings: Gujarati -1930 hrs. (Daily)

Calico Museum of Textiles:  Timings: 1030-1330 hrs &1430-1700 hrs. Closed on Wednesdays and public holidays.
Gandhi Smarak Sangrahalaya: : Timings - 0830 -1200hrs &1500 -1830 hrs
Kite Museum: : Timings - 0900-1100 hrs &1600 -1800 hrs. Closed on Monday
L. D. Institute of Indology : : Timings - 1100 -1700 hrs. Closed on Mon
National Institute of Design: Timings - 0900 -1730 hrs. Closed on Sat/ Sun
Natural History Museum: Timings - 0900 -1200 hrs and 1600 to 2000 hrs
S. V. Patel National Memorial: Timings - 0900 to 1200 hrs & 1400 to 1700 hrs.

Shreyas Folk Art Museum: Timings 1500-1800 hrs. (Tues to Fri). And 1000-1200 hrs and 1600-1900 hrs. (Sat & Sun - closed on Mon and school vacations).
Tribal Museum: Timings 1200 -1330 hrs &1500-1700 hrs Closed on Sat & Sun
Veechar Utensil Museum: (1100-2300 hrs. - closed on Sun) Entrance: Rs.3/-
Adalaj Vav (19 Km.): Exquisitely carved and ornamented step wells
Gandhinagar (25 Km.): Gujarat’s new capital city.
Akshardham (25 Km.): A cultural complex with an intricately carved, pink sandstone temple dedicated to Lord Swaminarayan and 3 exhibition galleries.
Nalsarovar (60 Km.): A natural lake covering an area of over 116 Sq. Km. where a large number of local and migratory birds can be seen from Dec to Feb
Mehsana (64 Km.): A palace of the Maharaja of Baroda where Govt. offices are now housed, many temples & mosques.
Modhera (106 Km.): One of the three main temples dedicated to the Sun God ‘Surya’. The Modhera Sun temple though now in ruins is an imposing structure and is considered the best specimen of Solanki art and architecture
Siddhpur (115 Km.): A famous pilgrim center for Hindus with several temples.
Shamlaji (126 Km.): This temple is an exquisitely carved Vaishnav Temple. The deity, Shamlaji or the ‘dark one’, is one aspect of Lord Krishna
Patan (133 Km.): Patan has many beautiful Jain temples and carved wooden houses. Rani ki vav, the step well represents Solanki architecture at its height.Jessore Sloth Bear Sanctuary (190 Km.):45 km. from Palanpur, this sanctuary is famous for the Sloth Bear, Sambar, Nilgai, Wild Bear and a variety of birds.
Ambaji (207 Km.): Ambaji is dedicated to the worship of shakti and is one of the most popular pilgrim centers in Gujarat;
Kumbharia (185 Km.): A Jain pilgrim center known for it’s exquisitely carved temples.

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   Costing includes

Accommodation on Double Sharing Basis.
Exclusive Non A/C vehicle for transfers & sightseeing. As Per Itinerary (Point to Point)
Meal Plan (as mentioned above)
Toll tax parking and driver allowances.

   Costing does not include

Airfare, Train fare, Insurance Premiums
Personal expenses such as laundry, bottled water, soft drinks, incidentals, porter charges, tips etc.
Difference in cost arising due to change in Fuel price.
Entrance Fees & Guide charges.
Any expenses caused by reasons beyond our control such as flight delays, rescheduling or cancellations, any accidents, medical evacuations, riots, strikes, etc.
Any tips to drivers, hotel staff, any meals apart from the ones mentioned above.
Government Service Tax (G.S.T.) as applicable 3.09%

   Costing in rupees
02 Person
04 Person
06 Person
Extra Adult
(12 yrs & Above)
Child W/O Bed
(5 To 11 yrs)
Meal Plan
Cost Saver - A Grade
On Request
On Request
On Request
On Request
On Request
Deluxe - 2 Star
On Request
On Request
On Request
On Request
On Request
Luxury - 3 Star
On Request
On Request
On Request
On Request
On Request
Premium - 4 Star / 5 Star
On Request
On Request
On Request
On Request
On Request
EP (Europian Plan) : Accomodation Only 
CP (Continental Plan) : Accomodation + Breakfast 
MAP (Modified American Plan) : Accomodation + Breakfast + Lunch or Dinner 
AP (American Plan) : Accomodation + Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner 
Note : All information is issued in good faith and is for guidance only. The management reserves the right to amend any of the above dates, rates, durations routes or hotel reservations at any time without notice. Terms & Conditions apply.
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