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Overview :

Situated on the western coast of India, Gujarat is a beautifully diverse state, home to several historical legends, iconic forts, magnificent temples & palaces, abundant wildlife, vibrant culture and dynamic cities that uphold the illustrious industrial nature of the people of this state. Cities such as Ahmedabad, Surat, Vadodara, Rajkot, Jamnagar, Junagarh and Bhuj truly exemplify how futuristic, smart, colorful, traditional and yet contemporary the entire aura of Gujarat is! Like the divine landscapes and natural grandeur of the state, the people here are equally warm, friendly and welcoming in nature. A melting pot of several cultures and heritage, the State is best known for its unique festivals, fairs, traditions and cuisines that define the soul and character of this headstrong state. It is also famous for its beautifully carved Jain temples and places of worship that adorn the cities, towns and villages of this state. Gujarat is a wonderful experience and a memorable encounter for any traveler who visits this state! 

General Information :

Best time to visit : Gujarat as a whole has hot and dry summers, and pleasant winters. You can plan a trip to Gujarat anytime throughout the year, but the best time to visit is during winters i.e. November to February.

Recommended minimum duration : 9 Nights | 10 Days

Attraction : Culture, Landscape, Handicrafts, Wildlife, Coral Reefs.

Activity : Jungle Safari, Bird Watching, Village Visits.

Suggested Itinerary :

Ahmedabad :
Pick up from Ahmedabad airport / railway station and transfer to hotel. Overnight stay in Ahmedabad.
Dasada / Little Rann of Kutch (The Wild Ass Sanctuary) :
Transfer to Dasada. Take and evening safari at LRK.
Overnight stay at Dasada.
Bhuj :
Bhuj connects you to a range of civilizations and important events in South Asian history through prehistoric archaeological finds, remnants of the Indus Valley Civilization (Harappans), places associated with the Mahabharata and Alexander the Great's march into India and tombs, palaces and other buildings from the rule of the Naga chiefs, the Jadeja Rajputs, the Gujarat Sultans and the British Raj. Visit Ayna Mahal.
Overnight stay at Bhuj.
Transfer to Greater Rann of Kutch. Optional safari at GRK or visit Narayan Sarovar, Nakshatra Rana.
Overnight stay at Greater Rann of kutch.
Jamnagar :
Transfer to Jamnagar. In the evening, visit Khijadiya Bird Sanctuary, a possible site for the Indian skimmer. This sanctuary is a breeding area for many species of birds that do not nest elsewhere in peninsular India. Great-crested grebe, black-necked stork, Caspian tern and many other birds can be seen besides most of the species recorded in the Little Rann area.
Overnight stay at Jamnagar.
Dwarka :
Transfer to Dwarka. Spend the day sightseeing and stay overnight in Dwarka.
Somnath :
Transfer to Somnath which is famous for the Somnath Temple. On the way visit Porbandar Sea Beach. Overnight stay at Somnath.
Gir :
Transfer to Gir. In the evening, take a jungle safari at Gir National Park. Overnight stay at Gir.
Diu :
Transfer to Diu. Some of the popular beaches in Diu are the Nagoa beach, Jalandhar beach and Ghoghla beach. Overnight stay at Diu.
Departure :
Transfer to Ahmedabad airport / railway station for your onward journey as your tour comes to an end!

Route Map :

T&C :

  • The registration would be valued only after a 100% advance of the tour cost.
  • General cancellation charges: 10% on or before 30 days from the commencement of tour date, 30% between 29-10 days from the commencement of tour date and 100% before 10 days from the commencement of tour date.
  • Refund: Any refunds to the client on account of cancellation and for changes made in the booking or any other account will take minimum 30 days to process.


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