Gujarat Tour Packages
Its vibrancy is marked by its people, festivals, history, and cuisine. Come, enliven yourself in Gujarat!
The westernmost state of India, Gujarat is a fascinating combination of architectural marvels, rich heritage, picturesque landscapes, extremely vibrant culture, and delectable cuisine. With all that Gujarat has to offer, it is well-understood why the state is also famed as ‘The Land of Legends’; presenting a perfect amalgam of history, culture, music, and art. The splendour of the scenic beauty that ranges from the Great Rann of Kutch to the Satpura hills is magnetic!
The Gujarat coastline, spreading across 1660 kilometers is nothing short of magnificent either. Apart from experiencing these natural beauties, a well-planned Gujarat tour will also introduce you to some of the most amazing historic murals, ancient cave paintings, historic capitals, holy temples, beaches, wildlife sanctuaries, and fascinating handicrafts that the state has to offer. Besides that, Gujarat is also the sole home to pure Asiatic Lions. It’s true that Gujarat is one of the dry states, but its cultural vibrancy, picturesque landscapes, and scenic coastline will certainly replenish your thirst for travel!
Gujarat Travel Packages
|Statue of Unity with Narmada Tent City||3 Days||₹25,000|
|Gujarat Highlights||7 Days||₹30,000|
|Rann Utsav with Statue of Unity||7 Days||₹42,000|
|Sasan Gir Somnath Dwarka with Statue of Unity||9 Days||₹45,000|
|Gujarat with Statue of Unity||10 Days||₹45,000|
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Gujarat Frequently Asked Questions
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The easiest way to plan a tour of Gujarat is by choosing one of the Gujarat tour packages available at Veena World, where your itinerary, accommodation, travel, commute, meals, etc. will be taken care of and all you need to worry about is packing for your trip and enjoying your vacation. Putting in some research into the destinations and attractions you want to visit in Gujarat, booking your travel to and from the destination, booking places to stay, planning practical itineraries, etc. are the common tasks involved in planning a tour to Gujarat, which you can forego with ease when you choose a well-curated tour package by Veena World.
Yes. While a tourist can book a tour of Gujarat with ease, you must be aware of the travel guidelines to follow there amidst the COVID-19 restrictions. You can read the latest destination-wise travel guidelines here. Since, these guidelines are subject to change, we would recommend you to check our Travel Guidelines page every time before you travel to be in the know-how about the latest changes.
Yes. With Veena World, you can easily customise Gujarat tourism packages to Gujarat. Apart from a collection of curated tour packages, Veena World offers customised holidays, where you have control over the destinations you wish to cover, your day-to-day itinerary, and even the type or level of accommodation you prefer. Customised holidays by Veena World help ensure that you can plan a holiday according to your interests, the number of days you have, your budget, etc.
The birthplace of the Father of the Nation, Gujarat is famous for its cultural heritage, handicrafts, food, and spectacular natural landscapes. A record number of 14 airports, the breath-taking views of the Gira Falls, a large coastline with 1215 kilometres of beaches, the greenest city (Gandhinagar) with 50% of land covered with greenery, being the safest state in the country, being home to the tallest statue in the world, more than 4000 amazing temples, home of the Asiatic Lion, and the most enthusiastic celebrations of festivals and occasions are some of the things that the state is famous for and which you too can include in your tour package to Gujarat.
If you want to plan a tour to Gujarat, the winter season, from October to February, is the best time to visit. As Gujarat is a dry region with high temperatures and humidity, visiting the state during the monsoons (July to September) can also be considered, especially if you plan to visit the parts that receive little or no rainfall during the year. During the summers, from March to June, the temperatures soar high, making it uncomfortable for tourists to explore most of the attractions. There are however certain locations that are worth seeing, such as the Saputara Hill Station and natural reserves, that offer some relief from the blistering heat of the summer months.
Gujarat is home to one of the world's largest white deserts, India's longest coastline, houses Asia's largest habitat for Asiatic lions as well as the country's first marine national park, is home to one of the chaar dham temples, apart from several Shaktipeeths, and Jyotirlingas, and also houses the world's tallest statue, the Statue of Unity. You have many options in terms of tourist places that you can cover with the right holiday packages for Gujarat from Veena World.
There are several good shopping places that you can add to the itinerary of your Gujarat tour package. Gujarat is famous for shopping for patola silk sarees, bandhnis, ghagra-cholis, embroidered quilts, bangles, khadi garments, jewellery, handicrafts, and handlooms, and some of the best places where you can buy these include the Lay Yard Market, Lal Darwaza, Dhalgarward, Sindhi market in Ahmedabad, and Rander Road in Surat.
Yes. Gujarat is a 'dry state'. However, there are 66 government-licensed liquor stores in Gujarat where tourists from other states and foreign tourists are allowed to buy alcohol. Gujarati citizens with special 'health licences' that allow them to buy and consume alcohol can also purchase the same from these establishments. So, if you are planning your itinerary for a Gujarat trip, you do not have to worry about it being a dry state.
Gujarat is a state with a rich cultural heritage and is full of places of historical importance, which proudly display a colourful past. To explore the deep roots of Gujarat, here are some historical attractions that you can cover with the right Gujarat travel packages:
• The residence of the royal family of Vadodara, Laxmi Vilas Palace
• A Hindu pilgrimage spot – the Dwarkadhish Temple
• Vijay Vilas Palace, the residence of the royal family of Kutch
• Dholavira, a heritage site
• Somnath Temple, housing a prominent jyotirlinga in India
• Rani Ki Vav, a spectacularly massive stepwell
• The beautiful Nani Daman Fort
• The Old Fort of Surat
• The Diu Fort
• Aaina Mahal, the palace of dreams
Yes. Many people looking for a Gujarat trip package believe that non-veg is not available in Gujarat. However, despite the widespread belief that Gujarat is a completely vegetarian state, there are several places in the state that serve delectable non-veg dishes. From budget-friendly dishes to high-level dining and even Parsi-inspired Mughlai cuisine, non-veg lovers on a Gujarat trip can expect a good time in the state!
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A state that stretches out into the Arabian sea is adorned by the desert and has a coastline of over 1660 kilometres; the home state of Mahatma Gandhi, Gujarat is truly a special place for tourists in India. Renowned for its temple towns, historic capitals, beaches, hill resorts and wildlife sanctuaries, the natural grandeur of the state and the gregariously friendly nature of the people is going to make touring Gujarat an exceptional experience. Our cost-effectively priced online Gujarat trip packages will also let you experience the extremely famous Rann Utsav where you can cherish the cultural exuberance and explore the art, sculptures, and handicrafts made specially in the state.
What’s more, Gujarat is advancing rapidly in regards to technology and has become one of India’s largest petrochemical complexes. Despite the state advancing with future technologies, the megalopolis, Ahmedabad still sports alluring Indo-Saracenic architecture. You’d also be thoroughly delighted by the colourful and animated tribal villages of Kutch. And there’s also the Asiatic Lion’s only habitat in the country that is a must-visit. The state of Gujarat is diverse as a travel destination, and so are our cost-effectively priced online Gujarat tour packages! You can find all kinds of Gujarat travel packages online with Veena World.
With the largest white desert in the world, the longest coastline in India, some of the most beautiful shore temples in the country, the Asiatic Lion habitat, India’s first marine national park, 4,000 year old Harrapan citadels, ancient Buddhist caves, zealous festivals, and a trail of exceptional old handlooms and handicrafts, Gujarat is undoubtedly a tourist paradise! Such a blend of natural splendour and cultural magnificence form the state of Gujarat – the home of history and nature.
Gujarat borders Pakistan from the North-West, the Arabian sea from the South-West, Madhya Pradesh from the East, Maharashtra from the South, and Rajasthan from the North. Owing to this, Gujarat is an electric mix of several different traditions and cultures. The seventh-largest state by area, Gujarat’s heritage tourism involves a tour of enchanting forts, mansions, and step-wells. On the other hand, the eco-tourism in Gujarat involves attractions like deserts, waterfalls, jungles, and beaches.
Gujarat’s tourism is extremely rich and so is its symbolism; from natural beauty to cultural heritage to Ayurveda, the state’s spirited outlook and its cultural diversity attract millions of tourists throughout the year. You can hardly find a such an exceptional amalgamation of tradition and modernity in the current times; which is precisely what makes tourism in Gujarat so special. Check our cost-effectively priced online Gujarat travel packages this vacation and make the most of your holiday.
Things to do in Gujarat
1. Pay homage to Gandhi Ji at Sabarmati Ashram:
One of the most compelling reasons for many to visit the peaceful state of Gujarat is that it was the homeland of the world-famous, human rights leader Mahatma Gandhi; whose teachings till date ebb and flow throughout the people and streets of Gujarat. Upon his return from South Africa in 1915, Gandhi had set up his first Ashram in Ahmedabad; which served as the central hub for the operations of the freedom struggle for Indian independence. The Ashram is extremely famous with tourist and locals alike, making it a popular inclusion in Gujarat holiday packages.
2. Understand the cultural diversity of Gujarat at Jama Masjid:
Built by Ahmed Shah I in the year 1423, Jama Masjid was and is still considered to be one of the largest and most peaceful mosques in India. A remnant of religious patchworks that make up Gujarat, this mosque has used parts of demolished Hindu and Jain temples to create its walls; this is the perfect homage to Gujarat’s multi-faceted history. Jama Masjid is undoubtedly one of the places that you should consider including in your Gujarat tour package itinerary. Its main prayer hall comprises of around 260 columns, but in 1819 it lost two minarets that once accentuated the main entrance to this grand room; visitors can still see the remains of these spindle-like towers.
3. Enjoy with family and friends at the Kankaria Lake:
This huge manmade lake was created in the 15th century and completely renovated in 2008 to be turned into an amazing tourist attraction; especially for families looking to spend some quality time together. You could find at Kankaria Lake a zoo, toy train, food stalls, a water park with many rides and activities, and so much more. Kanakria Lake is also an extremely popular spot in Gujarat trip packages, and it costs almost nothing to enjoy this amazing manmade lake. You can also plan a visit in the last week of December, which is when you can expect to stumble upon the Kankaria Carnival; this event celebrates the exciting renovations made in 2008 with light shows, fireworks, cultural and artistic performances.
4. Be amazed by the world’s largest white desert at Kutch District:
The Great Rann of Kutch is a sprawling, seasonal salt marsh deep within the Thar Desert; this incredible sight is believed to be the largest salt marsh in the world. The monsoon season nestles this vast area underwater, which then dries up during the rest of the year leaving only its salty remnants behind.
The sheer wonder of this area has attracted tons of visitors, thus making it one the most popular places to visit in Gujarat. It is recommended that you visit the Kutch district anytime between the month of October and March as the early mornings and evenings are absolutely stunning. You’d be thrilled to see how beautiful the desert can be. Also, for the romantics out there, the salt marsh is magical in the moonlight leaving you awe-inspired and all warm on the inside. You can find the best priced Gujarat tour packages that include a visit to Kutch at Veena World.
5. Hear the Lions roar at the Gir Wildlife Sanctuary:
For all the animal lovers, Gir Wildlife Sanctuary is a must-visit place in Gujarat. This wildlife park is located approximately 43 km away from the city of Somnath and is home to the final remaining Asian Lions. That’s not it, you can also find a variety of other animals ranging from blackbucks to hyenas and foxes and many more. Gir Wildlife Sanctuary has a number of different tour options available, the most famous being the open-roof Jeep safari.
Best time to visit Gujarat
The prime time to explore Gujarat is most certainly during the winters, between the months of November and February. Nonetheless, here’s a brief description of how Gujarat is in each season:
Gujarat’s summer season is very dry and arid. Beginning in the month of March and going on till June, the day temperatures stay around 41°C whereas after sundown the temperatures drop and hover around 28°C. This makes Gujarat one of the hottest and driest states in the country. Considered unfavourable for tourism, there are still some locations that you can explore in Gujarat during summers. Saputara, the famous hill station in Gujarat is the best place you can visit in Gujrat during summers.
Gujarat receives varied rainfall in most of its regions. The region in the North is drier and arid as compared to the regions in the South like the Saurashtra and Kutch. However, the megalopolises in Gujarat like Jamnagar, Ahmedabad and Kutch receive some rainfall during the peak season. This is not a great season for travellers to tour the state; it is recommended that you wait until the winter season.
Gujarat in the winter season experiences a pleasant and comfortable climate throughout making it perfect for exploring tourist attractions, majestic palaces, heritage hotels, forts, the natural reserves/ wildlife sanctuaries, ancient ruins, and monuments that hold religious importance. Gir National Park, Champaner Pavagarh Archaeological Park, Rann of Kutch, Girnar, Sabarmati Ashram, Adalaj Stepwell, Jama Mosque and Kalo Dungar are best explored during this season. The charm of Gujarat during winters is at its peak, helping you make memories that you will cherish all your life!