Gujarat Diu Holiday
- 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.
- 9% government service tax
- Anything not mentioned under ‘Package Inclusions’
- All personal expenses, optional tours and extra meals.
Day 1 – Arrival in Ahmedabad | Sightseeing in Ahmedabad
On landing in Ahmedabad, meet a Yatra visit chief and exchange to the lodging.
Ahmedabad is the biggest city of Gujarat and furthermore socially critical. The city was established some place in the eleventh century and shot to political significance after Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi made it his base. It has a lively culture, and various state and national celebrations are commended here with a great deal of energy.
In the wake of checking-in at the inn, unwind for some time and after that visit the well known Ambaji Temple.
This grand hallowed place is situated in the town of Ambaji in Gujarat’s Banaskantha locale. It is a white structure worked in conventional style, with an open pillared lobby and a principle sanctum. The sanctuary has lavishly improved outsides and insides. Its sanctum is without any icon and rather, a sacrosanct image is revered here.
In the wake of respecting the sanctuary’s excellence, come back to the lodging in Ahmedabad for a loosening up medium-term remain.
Day 2 – Ahmedabad to Bhavnagar | Palitana Temples
Early in the day, registration of the inn and continue towards Bhavnagar.
On landing in Bhavnagar, visit Palitana Jain sanctuaries close to the city.
Palitana Temples, 863 altogether, are built on a slope called Shatrunjaya. It is said to be where Adinatha – the primary Jain Tirthankara – conveyed his first message. The summit is come to by means of a trip of 3750 stages and is frequented by individuals in substantial numbers. Jains trust that meeting these sanctuaries on the slope will lead them to endless salvation.
Day 3 – Bhavnagar to Diu
At a young hour in the day, registration of the lodging and move towards Diu.
The coastline town of Diu is situated in the southern extraordinary of Gujarat. It is isolated from the Indian terrain by a limited portion of the channel called the Gulf of Khambhat. This little town was a bustling seaport between the fourteenth and sixteenth hundreds of years, and was fundamental for the leaders of those days to keep up their impact in the locale. Diu is spotted with peaceful shorelines, recorded Portuguese fortifications, holy places and legacy exhibition halls.
Day 4 – Sightseeing in Diu
Toward the beginning of the day, set out for a touring visit in the locale.
On this visit, visit the holy Gangeshwar Mahadev sanctuary, situated around 3 km from Diu. It has a stunning setting with extensive fields on one side and the unending ocean on the other. The sanctuary is committed to Lord Shiva and has five Shiva lingas of various sizes. According to legends, they were raised by the Pandavas amid their 13 years of outcast, henceforth the lingas are of various sizes.
Day 5 – Diu to Somnath | Sightseeing in Somnath
Early in the day, registration of the inn and travel to Somnath.
Here, pay tribute at the well known Somnath Temple, a standout amongst the most critical altars of Lord Shiva. It is one of the 12 Jyotirlingas or mainstays of light, which are viewed as hallowed signs of Shiva. According to an engraving found close to the sanctuary, it is situated at such a point, to the point that among it and Antarctica, there is no structure or land.
From this famous place of worship, continue to Bhalka Tirth, which a conspicuous sanctuary devoted to Lord Krishna. It is arranged at the site where as indicated by Bhagavata Purana, Lord Krishna was shot in the feet by a seeker who confused him with prey. The sanctum of this place of worship has a leaning back statue of Lord Krishna and that of the seeker before him. There is a square-formed supply in the complex, with a little sanctuary at its middle.
Day 6 – Somnath to Dwarka | Sightseeing in Dwarka
At a young hour in the day, registration of the inn and come back to the Somnath sanctuary to go to the aarti or supplication service. Thereafter, continue to Dwarka – the antiquated religious city.
Dwarka in Gujarat’s Devbhoomi Dwarka area is a standout amongst the most critical journey goals in India. It is arranged at the site where the unbelievable capital of Lord Krishna as far as anyone knows remained, before being submerged by expanding ocean levels. Because of its area on the drift, the climate in the city stays warm with practically no change. The city has numerous sanctuaries and furthermore various sandy shorelines to sit and unwind.
Here you will see the notable Dwarkadhish Temple, which is the most imperative fascination in the city. It is one of the Char Dhams – the four most venerated Hindu sanctuaries in the whole nation. As indicated by a well known legend, it was initially worked by Vajranabha, who was the incredible grandson of Lord Krishna. The sanctuary has five stories, which are upheld by 72 mainstays of limestone.
From this journey site, travel to Beyt Dwarka, a little island lying on the Gulf of Kutch. It is a well known spot for angling, outdoors, picnics and dolphin sightings. This island too has various Hindu sanctuaries, devoted to Lord Rama, Lord Krishna and Hanuman – the monkey-god.
Post this trip, pay respect at the Rukmini Devi Temple, around 2 km from the city. Rukmini was a manifestation of Goddess Lakshmi and the central associate of Lord Krishna. The dividers of the sanctuary are complicatedly cut with figures of people and elephants, and the principle holy place has an arch and in addition a run of the mill tapered pinnacle.
Likewise amid the day, visit Gopi Talav, a supply around 20 km from Dwarka. It is said that after Lord Krishna left Mathura, the gopis who were in cherished with him went to his new capital. They all moved at the site and to join with the ruler everlastingly, the ladies swung to soil.
Day 7 – Dwarka to Rajkot | Sightseeing in Rajkot
At a young hour toward the beginning of the day, registration of the inn and after that movement to Rajkot.
Rajkot is one of the biggest urban communities in the territory of Gujarat. It was established in 1620, and from that point till the British triumph of the nation, it was led by various administrations. The city is situated on the banks of the Nyari and Aji Rivers, and encounters a semi-dry atmosphere with warm summers and cool winters. Historical centers, libraries, various sanctuaries and broad patio nurseries are the well known attractions here.
Upon entry in the city, visit the Swaminarayan Temple – a standout amongst the most noticeable city tourist spots. The sanctuary sits on a high stage and is agreeable by means of a trip of stairs. There are various little vault molded superstructures on its open pillared lobbies and a trio of stone and block towers on the sanctum. The columns and dividers of this immense sanctuary are luxuriously etched, and it is lit up with multi-shaded lights at night.
Additionally in Rajkot, visit Ramakrishna Ashram, one of the focuses of the well known and broadly pursued Ramakrishna Mission. The ashram houses libraries, sanctuaries, lofts of individuals and a dispensary. Its primary sanctuary houses the remaining parts of Ramakrishna Paramhansa, who was an Indian austere and the principle figure of the mission. The sanctuary has a façade planned like the fundamental surrender at Ajanta.
After the outing, resign to the lodging for medium-term remain.
Day 8 – Departure from Rajkot
Toward the beginning of the day, registration of the inn and afterward leave from Rajkot.Tour Ends.