Trip In Dwarka Ahmedabad
- 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.
- 5% Government service tax
- Anything not mentioned under ‘Package Inclusions’
- All personal expenses, optional tours and extra meals.
Day 1 – Arrival in Ahmedabad
Upon landing in Ahmedabad, the biggest city of Gujarat, continue towards the inn. Subsequent to finishing the registration customs, take some rest in your room, Visit to Akshardham Temple and nearby sighseeing
After this otherworldly visit, come back to the lodging in Ahmedabad for a medium-term remain.
Day 2 – Drive to Somnath (approx. 406 km)
Not long after breakfast, set out on a street adventure to Somnath to pay love to Lord Shiva.
The fundamental holy place here is the Somnath Mahadev Temple. The present sanctuary, built in 1951, is the seventh remaking of the first sanctum. Previously, its wealth pulled in numerous trespassers, who plundered the sanctuary and left it destructed. Notwithstanding, each time the sanctuary was reestablished to its unique greatness by Hindu lovers.
In the wake of paying tribute to the Mahadev, head towards Bhalka Tirth – the well known Lord Krishna sanctuary. It gathered be where the ruler is said to have been erroneously shot a bolt in the foot by a poacher named Jara. Master Krishna was resting under a peepal tree, when the poacher misread him as a deer and hit from a separation. Understanding his misstep, the poacher requested acquit. The master liberally exonerated and favored him.
Afterward, spend the night at the lodging close Veraval.
Day 3 – Transfer from Somanth to Dwarka (approx. 230 km)
Begin your day with the sacred morning aarti at Somnath Mahadev Temple. From there on, drive to Dwarka – the city of Lord Krishna.
On achieving Devbhoomi Dwarka, registration at the inn and rest for some time before continuing to the worshiped Dwarkadish Temple.
Otherwise called Jagat Mandir, the Dwarkadhish Temple is committed to Lord Krishna, who is adored here by the name Dwarkadhish or the ‘Ruler of Dwarka’. The altar is a five-story building remaining at a tallness of 170 feet, bolstered by around 72 brilliant columns. Custom has it that Krishna’s unique home was only couple of kilometers from the territory Dwarka. This profound conviction draws in a large number of pioneers from various parts of the nation to this place.
After this visit, come back to the inn and remain medium-term.
Day 4 – Tour of Dwarka
The day is held for visiting the different religious spots of the Dwarka city. Begin your day by going to the morning aarti at Dwarkadhish Temple. Afterward, head towards the Beyt Dwarka – a little island, situated at the mouth of the Gulf of Kachchh. Privately known as Beyt Shankhodhar, it is venerated as the first habitation Lord Krishna. It offers awesome chances to spot dolphins, and for outdoors, marine trips and picnicking.
Next, visit the Nageshwar Jyotirling – one of the 12 jyotirlingas specified in the Shiva Purana. Arranged on the course between Beyt Dwarka and Dwarka city on the Saurashtra drift, this Lord Shiva sanctuary is among the most frequented journeys in the nation. The sanctuary complex is ruled by a 25 m tall statue of Lord Shiva in a sitting stance.
From there on, pay your praise at the Rukmini Devi Temple, around 2 km from Dwarka’s Jagat Mandir. This delightful, old sanctuary is committed to Goddess Rukmini – spouse of Lord Krishna.
Your Dwarka visit comes full circle with a visit to Gopi Talav – a lake where Lord Krishna as a tyke used to hit the dance floor with gopis.
After this unceasing visit, return to your lodging in Dwarka for a medium-term remain.
Day 5 – Transfer from Dwarka to Ahmedabad (approx. 457 km)
Today, after breakfast, gather your packs to come back to Ahmedabad.After a tedious voyage, appreciate a loosening up medium-term remain in the lodging in Ahmedabad.
Day 6 – Departure from Ahmedabad
Look at from the lodging and flight to Railway Station or Airport.Tour Ends.