- Accommodation : On DBL sharing at all the location in base category of rooms at all the location
- Meal Plan: CP (Breakfast Pure veg)
- & All Meals in Sasan Gir & Dasada.
- Daily one water bottle to each guests
- By AC INDIGO/ ETIOS for 2 Passengers
- By AC INNOVA for 4/6 Passengers at Disposal.
- By A/C Tempo Travelar for Above 7 /12 Passengers at Disposal.
- Fuel Charges
- Parking Charges
- Driver Charges
- Toll Tax and Parking Charges
- Hotel Luxury tax and Hotel Service tax.
- Cost Of Meal Other Then Mention Above
- All Entree Fee
- Cost Of Any Personal Expenses
- Early Check in & Late Check out
- Any Safari Charges
- Any Water Sports Activities and Boat Rides
- Guide Tips And Any Other Item Except “Package Rates Includes”
- Govt. Service Tax 5%
A fascinating spot, Bhuj is the capital of the Kutch district. In the year 2001, amid the event of the overwhelming seismic tremor, 150,000 individuals passed on. The profound social legacy of the city has been destructed. Be that as it may, with time the façade of the city is enhancing and it is as yet a position of intrigue. An interesting atmosphere of magnificence encompasses the place because of the nearness of the Aina Mahal and the Prag Mahal. The rebuilding of Bhuj is going in a much moderate pace. The legislature is attempting to help by exercises, for example, giving the close-by salt fields on a low sum rent and furthermore on 10 tax exempt impetuses. A significant number of the organizations that resulted in these present circumstances put are salt or concoction based.
Bhuj has a rich history and it has connections to a wide assortment of human development over various eras. The relics from the Indus Valley Civilisations, areas identified with Mahabharata, royal residences, antiquated structures from the day and age of Naga boss’ rule and furthermore from the season of the administer of the Jadeja rajputs, British Govenrment and the Gujarat Sultans are cases of the rich history.
There are many fascinating and charming spots to visit in and around the city of Bhuj. These areas are recorded down underneath.
THINGS TO SEE
Aina Mahal: The Aina Mahal is otherwise called the “Lobby of Mirrors”. In the mid eighteenth century, amid the prospering and vainglorious rule of Lakhpatji, this structure was built. Ramsinh Mala, a best class specialist, visited the regal court in Bhuj and approached to play out the work for the ruler. The combination of the Indian and European style found in the engineering was finished by Malam. At Manvi, a glass industry was begun by him. Likewise, in a manufacturing plant situated in Bhuj, he began making tiles made out of china mud. The wellsprings, the mirrors, the stunning glasswork – every one of them have been done actually by him. He additionally made the pendulum clock coordinating the Hindu schedule, entryways having inscriptions of gold and ivory. In the northeastern side of the Hamirsar Lake, the Aina Mahal is arranged. One can walk effectively from Bhuj.
Prag Mahal: The gigantic structure if Prag Mahal is found contiguous the Aina Mahal; anyway it is arranged in similar grounds. At first, when one investigates this design, one feel that the structure would look better in the setting of France’s view. Be that as it may, globalization is a totally new idea and is getting on quick. Lord Pragmalji dispatched this place in the 1860’s. The engineering of the building was arranged and outlined by Colonel Henry Saint Wilkins. The plan of the structure has the impact of the Italian Gothic style of design. A fabulous scene of the city can be gotten from the high chime tower, which can be come to in the wake of climbing ventures of 45m. One can likewise meander the corridors of the royal residence. One can likewise watch the breaks in the stone dividers, which have been cause by the seismic tremors.