Best Tour To Somnath Gujarat
- Accommodation in a well appointed room
- Meal as per hotel plan
- All transfers and sightseeing as per the itinerary in an air-conditioned vehicle.
- All Toll taxes, Parking & State Tax.
- Anything not mentioned under ‘Package Inclusions’
- All personal expenses, optional tours and extra meals.
Day 1 – Arrival in Dwarka
On achieving Dwarka, go to the lodging.
The city of Dwarka, considered as one of the consecrated Hindu journeys of India, lies in the territory of Gujarat. Already, it was a piece of the Jamnagar area, however later went under the ward of the Devbhoomi Dwarka locale. According to legends, this place was the kingdom of Lord Krishna. Being a religious place, it gets crowds of fans the whole way across the year.
After achieving the lodging, finish all the registration customs and rest for quite a while. From that point, visit the Nageshwar Jyotirlinga Temple, which lies between the Dwarka city and the island of Beyt Dwarka. Devoted to Lord Shiva, this place of worship reveres one of the world’s 12 swayambhu jyothirlingas.
Afterward, make a beeline for Gopi Talav, a little lake, which according to legends is the hallowed place where gopis came to get a look at Lord Krishna. From that point, take a ship ride to the island of Bet Dwarka. On achieving the goal, visit the Rukmini Devi Temple, which is dedicated to Lord Krishna’s better half, Rukmini.
Likewise, visit the celebrated Dwarkadhish Temple to go to the night supplications. Otherwise called Jagat Mandir, this heavenly place is committed to Lord Krishna, and it is trusted that unique structure of the sanctuary was worked by Lord Krishna’s grandson, Vajranabha.
Day 2 – Transfer from Dwarka to Somnath | En course Visit Porbandar
Today, you can go to the morning petitions (discretionary) at Dwarkadhish Temple. From that point, you can have your morning meal before leaving the inn to continue towards Somnath, where lies the renowned Somnath Mahadev Temple. In transit, end at Porbandar, which is the origin of the dad of the country – Mahatma Gandhi. Investigate the city for a brief period before leaving for Somnath.
On achieving the goal, visit the Somnath Mahadev Temple, committed to Lord Shiva. The present structure was worked in the year 1951, and it shows Chalukyan style design. You can go to the night supplications of the sanctuary or appreciate the Sound and Light Show sorted out here.
Day 3 – Departure from Somnath
After breakfast, registration from the lodging and continue towards the closest railroad station or air terminal for your forward journey.Tour Ends.