Holiday In Rajkot
Accommodation as per the itinerary
All the ground transport and sightseeing by exclusive vehicle
Any other expenses not mentioned under includes items
Day 1 Rajkot| Arrival and exchange to Jamnagar
Land at Rajkot railroad station/airplane terminal and drive the distance to Jamnagar, which is approx 2 hours away. In Jamnagar, visit the Bala Hanuman Temple known for its relentless Ramdhun (constant droning) since 1956 and is specified in the Guinness Book of World Records. Likewise, visit the Lakhota Museum, Lakhota Lake and different popular sanctuaries of Jamnagar and later investigate the nearby markets in Jamnagar known for its Bandhni work. Medium-term remain at the lodging.
Day 2 Jamnagar to Dwarka
After an early breakfast, drive to Dwarka, which is around 3 hours from Jamnagar. Arrive and registration at the lodging. Afterward, visit the Nageshwar Jyotirling Temple, Gopi (the trusted scene of numerous Raas Leelas of Lord Krishna) and take a thrilling ship/watercraft ride to the sacred Island of Bet Dwarka. On your way back, visit the Rukmani Temple. Go to the night aarti at the Dwarkadhish Temple. Medium-term remain at the inn.
Day 3 Dwarka to Somnath
Early morning go to morning Aarti (discretionary) at Dwaka Dheesh Temple, later after breakfast leave for Somnath-which is around 5 hours away. In transit visit Porbander-the Birth Place of Mahatma Gandhi. In Somnath, visit the famous Somnath Temple. It is proposed that you go to the night Aarti and witness the staggering ‘sound and light show’ in the sanctuary premises (possess cost) Somnath Temple premises. Medium-term remain at Somnath/Veraval.
Day 4 Somnath to Rajkot
Today, registration from the lodging and drive to Rajkot, which is four hours away. In Rajkot, visit the house where Mahatma Gandhi lived from the age of 6. Likewise visit the Watson Museum which contains to a great degree intriguing disordered storage room of gathering. Additionally visit the Patola Art workshop (situated in individuals’ homes in the Sarvodya society territory). Medium-term remain at the inn.
Day 5 Rajkot| Departure
In the wake of looking at from the inn, get exchanged to the railroad station/airplane terminal for your arrival prepare/flight.
The Jagat Mandir also known as Dwarkadhish Temple is another significant temple of Rajkot, located on the Yagnik road at an altitude of 170 ft. This is a universal temple built in 1934 and has been carved out of red stones. The main deity of this temple is Shri Ramakrishna Paramahansa and the main hall of this temple comprises his white marbled image placed on a Lotus Vedi. The structure of this temple is quite modern that embodies different religions like Hinduism, Islam, Christianity and Buddhism. The temple also has a shrine balanced on 60 pillars, made of granite and sandstone.
Race Course Grounds
Race Course is a large ground located in the heart of Rajkot. The place is ideal for strolls in the morning, as well as night. The main attractions in this place include the Children’s Traffic Park, Fun World, and Baal Bhavan. Apart from this, it also provides sports facilities like an indoor stadium, a cricket ground, hockey ground, football and volley ball grounds, gym, swimming pool and more. It also has large seating arrangement with cement benches embedded on its border.