Best Tour To Dwarka Somnath Sasangir
- Welcome drink on arrival
- Parking and Toll tax
- Pick and Drop at time of arrival/departure
- Driver’s allowance, Road tax and Fuel charges
- Tea/Coffee Kettle in the Room
- Sightseeing by private car
- 1 Liter Water Bottle per day during sightseeing or transfers
- All tours and transfers by Personal Car is included
- Camera fee
- Alcoholic / Non- Alcoholic beverages
- Travel insurance
- 5% GST
- Any Airfare / Train fare
- Expenses caused by factors beyond our control like rail and flight delays, roadblocks, vehicle mal-functions, political disturbances etc.
- Tips, laundry & phone call
- Entrance fees to monuments and museum
- All personal expenses
- Auto fare in Bet Dwarka to go till Dandi Hanuman Temple
Day 1 – Ahmedabad – Jamnagar – Dwarka (430 km/8 hrs)
Land at Ahmedabad air terminal/railroad station and continue to Jamnagar. Visit Lakhota Lake, a delightful lake arranged around the Lakhota Fort in the focal point of the city, offering peaceful perspectives of the environment. Likewise make a visit to Lakhota Museum at the lake that displays fascinating ancient rarities of the eighteenth and nineteenth century. At night, you will proceed to visit the well known Bala Hanuman Temple that is acclaimed for its relentless Ramdhun serenade since 1956. Later on, travel to the consecrated town of Dwarka and have a charming night at the lodging.
Day 2 – Dwarka – Bet Dwarka
After an invigorating breakfast at the lodging, proceed to visit the well known Dwarkadhish Temple. The sanctuary is committed to Lord Krishna and is assembled utilizing delicate limestone. Take a sacred plunge in Gomti River and afterward visit different spots of intrigue, for example, the Nageshwar Jyotirlinga, Gopi Talav, Bet Dwarka and Dandi Hanuman Temple (the main sanctuary where Lord Hanuman dwells with his child Makardwavaj) at Bet Dwarka. Nageshwar Jyotirling is a noticeable Lord Shiva sanctuary arranged between Bet Dwarka and Dwarka city. It houses a huge Shiva statue (25 m stature), a lake and garden too. Gopi Talav is a lovely lake region where Lord Krishna used to hit the dance floor with his gopis, according to legends. On your way back, make a visit to Rukmini Temple (devoted to Rukmini, the principle ruler of Lord Krishna). At night, make a visit to different sanctuaries in the beach front region and go to the night aarti at Dwarkadhish Temple. Remain medium-term at the lodging.
Day 3 – Dwarka to Somnath by means of Porbandar (252 km/5 hrs)
Toward the beginning of the day, leave for Porbandar and visit Kirti Mandir (where Gandhiji was conceived) and Sudama Temple. It is known to be the main Sudama Temple on the planet. Afterward, you will continue to Somnath and on landing, make a visit to Bhalka Teerth, Triveni Sangam, Geeta Mandir Chopati and Somnath Temple. Bhalka Teerth is a consecrated sanctuary, where it is trusted that Lord Krishna was shot in the foot by a poacher by oversight. Visit the Triveni Sangam, which is the gathering purpose of the waterways Saraswati, Kapila and Hiran and is considered as a sacrosanct site by of the Hindus. Somnath Temple is said to be the first of Lord Shiva’s 12 jyotirlinga sanctums and a noteworthy journey site. Go to the night aarti at the sanctuary and later on, watch a delightful Light and Sound show. At long last, remain medium-term at the lodging.
Day 4 – Somnath – Junagadh – Rajkot – Ahmedabad (400 km/7 hrs)
Today, you will venture out to Ahemedabad and on the way make a visit to Junagarh Fort. The noteworthy fortification in Junagarh was worked by King Raja Rai Singh and is one of India’s most shocking fortress buildings. It involves patios, royal residences, galleries and structures and has delightfully cut castle dividers with semi-valuable stones and works of art. Land in Ahmedabad late at night and withdraw to your inn for the night.
Day 5 – Departure
After a decent breakfast, you will look at from the lodging and take exchange to the railroad station/air terminal for your arrival travel.