TRIP DATES – 2nd to 9th Jan 2020 (8 Days and 7 Nights)

COST – Only Rs. 32000 per person

Sightseeing inclusions:

Ahmedabad- Akshardham light and sound show, Ràni ki Vav Sun temple.

Vadodara- Statue of Unity, Shool paneshwar, majestic Rajwant palace.

Rajkot- Harappan site, Sabarmati Ashram, Adlaj step well, Hathee singh Jain temple.

Dwarka- Nageshwar jyotirlinga, Gopi talab, Bet Dwarka, Rukmini temple, Dwarkadheesh

Porbandar- Sudama mandir, birth place of Gandhi.

Somnath- Somnath temple, Saurashtra beach.

Junagadh- Gir forest, Girnar hills, Uperkot fort.


  • Accommodation in twin sharing basis in 3☆ hotels
  • All days breakfast, lunch, dinner and water bottles
  • Sight seeing by AC vehicle depending on the number of members
  • Pick up and drop from Ahmedabad railway station/ airport
  • Entry fee for Sight seeing at mentioned places, toll and parking charges at all locations, local tourist guide & driver charge.

Note : Flight/ train charges from home town to Ahmedabad airport extra. We can book the flight/ train tickets for you as per actuals.




Pickup from Ahmedabad airport or Railway station, check-in to hotel.
After lunch Evening visit Akshardham for mesmerizing Light and sound show. Night halt at Ahmedabad


After breakfast proceed to statue of unity (the iron man) the tallest statue in the world. Visit flowers of valley and Sardar sarovar dam. After lunch proceed to Ahmedabad and night halt at Ahmedabad.


After breakfast visit Sabarmati Ashram, Adlaj stepwell and Hathi Singh Jain temple. After lunch proceed to Rajkot. Enroute at Lothal visit Harrapan site. Check-in to hotel at Rajkot. Night halt at Rajkot.


After breakfast proceed to Dwarka. Enroute at Jamnagar visit Lakhotia Palace and Bal Hanuman temple famous for non-stop chanting of Sri Ram– Jai Ram since 1st Aug 1964. After lunch check-in to hotel in Dwarka. Evening visit Rukmini temple, Bet Dwarka and one among the 12 Jyothirlingas, Nageshwar temple. Night halt at Dwarka.


Early morning visit Aarti at Dwarkadhish. After Breakfast proceed to Somnath. Enroute at Porbandar visit Gandhiji’s birth place and Sudama mandir. Check-in to hotel at Somnath. Evening visit Somnath temple, the most popular Jyothirlinga, and also light and sound show. Night halt at Somnath.


After breakfast proceed to Gir forest. Enroute at Junagarh visit Girnar hills and Uperkot fort. Proceed to Rajkot, night halt at Rajkot.


After breakfast proceed to Ahmedabad, visit Rani ki Vav at Patan and Sun temple at Modhera. Evening shopping ( travel at your own cost), Night halt at Ahmedabad.


After breakfast visit Kankaria lake and Auto world Vintage car. Proceed to Ahmedabad airport or Railway Station.


Somnath temple

This temple is believed to be first among the 12 jyothirlinga shrines of Shiva, known as ” The shrine eternal”.
Indian history reveals that the Somnath temple was invaded by the different conqueres who came to India, some looted it’s wealth and others destroyed it. The present temple was reconstructed in Chalukya style in 1951, which reflects the inherent skill of sampuras, the Gujrath master masons.
The temple shikhara is 15m high and 8.2m tall flag poles the top.
The temple is built at the shore of Arabian ocean on the western corner of Indian sub-continent. The temple is situated at such a place that there is no land in straight line between Somnath sea shore until Antarctica
Somnath temple is considered as the most famous and holy shrine in the country. Somnath means “Protector of moon God”.


Dwarkadhish is a Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Krishna. The word Dwarkadhish means King of Dwarka. It is believed that Lord Krishna’s grandson Vajranabha built this temple which was destroyed by Mahmood Begada in 1472. It was rebuilt in 15th century.
The temple is constructed by lime stone at an elevation of 40ft above the sea level. The temple spire rises to a height of 256ft. A very large flag with sun and moon figures on it is tied to it, which is changed 4 times a day. People believe that as long as sun and moon exist Krishna will be there.
There are two important entrances to the temple, the main entry is called Moksha dwar which means door to salvation and exit door is called swarga dwar which means gate to heaven. This temple is part of chaar dham.


This is a large Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Swaminarayan. The temple is constructed on 23 acres of land by pink sand stone brought from Rajasthan.
The principal complex consist of 7ft tall gold leaf idol of Swaminarayana and nearly 200 more idols. The complex is held with 97 intricately carved pillars and ornamental domes. It took nearly 13 years for the BAPS Swaminarayan sanstha to build it.
Swaminarayan believed that the soul goes to Akshardham after attaining moksha. A visit to Akshardham is an enriching experience.

Rani ki Vav

Rani ki Vav means the queen’s stepwell. It was built in 11th century by queen Udayamati in memory of her husband.
It is believed that the rainfall in this area was very less, so queen Udayamati constructed this stepwell for passersby to quench their thirst. The stepwell is divided into 7 levels of stairs, which lead down to deep circular well. The 212 pillars in the stepwell are beautifully carved in addition to these there are more than 500 principle structure and over 1000 minor ones. The structures are mostly religious, mythological and secular images.
The stepwell was flooded by Saraswati river and got covered with mud and sand. In 1986 the ASI excavated it, now it is in the list of UNESCO World Heritage site.


Sabarmati Ashram

Sabarmati ashram is located at the bank of river Sabarmati. Gandhiji and his wife Kasturba Gandhi stayed here. As a part of ashram schedule every day Bhagwat Geeta was recited here.
On 12th March 1930 Gandhiji led the dandi March also known as salt Satyagraha from here.
The Indian Government has established the ashram as a national monument. The ashram also has a museum called Gandhi Smarak Sangrahalaya.

Statue of unity

The statue of unity is a colossal statue of Indian statesman and independence activist Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel. He was called the”Iron man of India”. He was the first Deputy prime minister and Home minister of independent India. He was highly respected for his leadership in uniting the 552 princely state of India to form a single union of India.
It is the world’s largest statue with a height of 600ft built on Sadhu bet island. The statue is surrounded with Sardar sarovar dam, Narmada river and Vindhyachal hills. The surrounding view from top is mesmerizing.


  • Roundtrip Flight/Train Tickets from your hometown to Ahmedabad .
  • Pickup or drop from any other airport or stations than mentioned in the inclusion section.
  • Tickets for sightseeing and joy rides which are not mentioned above.
  • Personal expenses like porter, laundry, beverages, camera fee at sightseeing places, medical expenses, meal not part of the group menu, insurances etc.
  • Additional charges for extra day/night stay at hotels.
  • Any expenses caused by reasons beyond our control such as road blocks, land slides, accidents and any emergency evacuations.
  • We are not responsible for the valuables carried by the individuals