Tour In Ahmedabad To Dwarka Somnath
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Day 1 – Arrival in Ahmedabad
Tour In Ahmedabad To Dwarka Somnath,Soon after arrival at Ahmedabad airport/railway station, proceed towards the hotel. After resting for sometime in the hotel, you can go out and explore this largest city of Gujarat.Ahmedabad is located on the bank of River Sabarmati, and was the capital city of Gujarat from 1960 to 1970. This city has splendid cultural traditions, which make it renowned amongst people. Not only huge temples pertaining to Hinduism, it also has magnificent mosques built by the Mughals. There are several attractions in the city that can be explored while taking a tour of it.You can explore and admire this historic and religious city of Gujarat. Praise its spectacular art and architecture depicting fine craftsmanship skills. You can also enjoy your day having delicious and mouth-watering Gujarati foods.
Day 2 – Sightseeing Tour in Ahmedabad
As soon as you freshen up, move out for a sightseeing trip of Ahmedabad.You can start your trip by visiting the remarkable and historic Sabarmati Ashram. This ashram was famous because Mahatma Gandhi stayed here from 1915 to 1933. It has witnessed the struggle of Indian independence closely. An important part of ashram is its Sangrahalaya, inaugurated by Jawaharlal Nehru in 1963. It houses Gandhi Ji’s manuscripts, photographs, films and books. Sabarmati Ashram has always been a major attraction for historic scholars and tourists. After visiting Sabarmati Ashram, move ahead to Jumma Masjid, located in the old city of Ahmedabad. It was built under the patronage of Sultan Ahmed Shah – the founder of Ahmedabad – in the 1420s. Jumma Masjid is now popularly known as Jama Masjid, and is a perfect blend of Hindu and Muslim styles of architecture. The courtyard of this edifice is made of white marble and has a large arch in the front. Its walls are beautifully carved and mesmerise travellers coming from all across the world.
Another revered site here is the Hutheesing Jain Temple, which is held in high regard by Jainism followers. Dedicated to the 15th Jain Tirthankara Dharmanath, this shrine attracts a large number of devotees from the aforementioned religion. Not only devotees, but a lot of art lovers frequent it for it has intricate marble carvings on the exteriors and interiors.Later, pay a visit to the Calico Museum, which is one of the oldest textile museums in India. It has a huge collection of fabrics and handicrafts. Calico Museum also has shawls and handmade clothes, which are almost 500 years old. This museum is maintained by the Sarabhai foundation, which houses and preserves major collection of religious art.After you finish a sightseeing trip of Ahmedabad, go back to your hotel for an overnight stay.
Day 3 – Ahmedabad To Dwarka (150 km/approx. 3 hours) | Sightseeing in Dwarka
Check out from the hotel and drive to Dwarka. Check in at the hotel and spend some time at your leisure. visit Beyt Dwarka, believed to be the original abode of Lord Krishna. The Nageshwar Jyotirlinga Temple is home to one of the 12 svayambhu (self-existent) Jyotirlingas in the world. Visit the Gopi Talav, the lake where gopis are said to have reunited with Lord Krishna. The Rukmini Devi Temple is dedicated to the wife of Lord Krishna. Stay overnight at the hotel in Dwarka.
Day 4 – Drive from Dwarka to Somnath (240 km/approx. 5 hours) | Sightseeing in Porbandar and Somnath
On your way, visit the Kirti Mandir in Porbandar, the haveli in which Mahatma Gandhi was born. It is now a museum. Also, visit the Sudama Temple, built to honour the friendship between Krishna and Sudama. Once in Somnath, go to the Somnath Temple which is situated by the sea and the Bhalka Tirth Temple where Lord Krishna is said to have been accidentally shot in the foot. Overnight in Somnath.
Day 5 – Drive Somnath
Check out from the hotel and drive to Gir. Sasan Gir is known for being the only forest outside of Africa to have wild lions. Gir also has a large leopard population. Its other animal species include the sambar, spotted deer, nilgai and the chowsingha (the world’s only four-horned antelope). Even crocodiles can be seen in the reservoir and rivers flowing through the sanctuary. Go on an afternoon safari in the National Park by paying directly at the Park. Stay overnight in Gir.