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Tour Type InboundTour Code #IBGJ1
 Gujarat Inbound Tour Highlights

Holiday Experiences

  • Sabarmati Ashram
  • Dasada Jeep Safari
  • Day trip to Banni villages
  • sacred Lord Shiva temple in Somnath
  • world famous for Jain temples of Palitana
  • Pithora Wall Paintings in Jambhughoda

Your Itinerary

Day 1

Arrive Delhi

Welcome to India. Arrive at Delhi airport. On arrival you will be greeted at the Airport and transferred to hotel in chauffeur driven vehicle. Check in at the hotel and overnight stay at your hotel in Delhi
Day 2

Delhi – Ahmedabad (By domestic flight)

This morning after breakfast proceed to the domestic airport to board your flight to Ahmedabad(flight not included)On arrival at Ahmedabad, transfer to your hotel. You have the rest of the day at leisure, where you can perhaps enjoy a “Gujarati Thali” for meal or explore the local bazaars on your own. Overnight stay at your hotel in Ahmedabad
Day 3

Ahmedabad – City Tour

Today explore Ahmedabad city visiting Step well, Calico Museum of Textile and Gandhi Ashram. The energy of that movement can still be felt at this Satyagraha Ashram that Gandhi established on the banks of the Sabarmati in 1917. Overnight stay at your hotel in Ahmedabad
Day 4

Ahmedabad – Patan – Modhera - Dasada (Approximately 260 kms ; 5 hours by road)

Morning leave for Dasada. Stop en route and visit Patan to visit Patola weaving centre .Also visit Sun temple of Modhera, the excellent specimen of Hindu architecture. Late evening reach in Camp of Dasada. Dasada is located near the edge of Little Rann of Kutch, the only sanctuary for Asiatic wild Ass in India. Overnight stay at your camp in Dasada
Day 5

Dasada – Jeep Safari

Morning and afternoon Jeep safari into Little Rann of Kutch which is also a paradise for birdwatchers, mainly because of mix of contrasting habitats – desert plains, scrub grasslands and wetlands. It is also home to other endangered wildlife like the wolf, Indian and desert foxes, Indian gazelle, McQueen's bustard, etc. Overnight stay at your camp in Dasada
Day 6

Dasada – Bhuj (Approximately 300 kms,6 hours by road)

Today after breakfast, leave for Bhuj. On arrival check in at the hotel. Then proceed to Government office to obtain permit to visit restricted areas of Kutch which is famous for its exclusive embroideries and many other varieties of handicraft. Overnight stay in Bhuj
Day 7

Bhuj - Excursion to Banni Village

Today enjoy a full day excursion to Banni villages with packed lunch to experience colorful life style of accultured tribe of this region, to see the costumes and colorful dresses and the culture of the people. Overnight stay in Bhuj
Day 8

Bhuj – Gondal (Approximately 315 kms, 7 hours by road)

Morning departure for Gondal. Stop en route to visit craft villages to see the woolen varieties wooden block printing materials with vegetable dyes and natural colors. Also visit Morbi for its beautiful ruined architectures of palaces, bazaar, city gate, etc. Continue drive to Gondal and upon arrival check in at the hotel for overnight stay.
Day 9

Gondal - Junagarh (Approximately 100 kms, 2 hours by road)

Today visit of Navlakha Palace, herbal medicine factory, centre for cotton spinning and weaving, private collection of vintage classic cars by the maharaja of Gondal. Afternoon leaver for Junagarh where the great Ashoka ruled in 150 BC. On arrival check in at the hotel. Overnight stay in Junagarh
Day 10

Junagarh – Diu (Approximately 260 kms, 5 hours by road)

This morning visit Maquabaras, Darbar Hall museum, Upper fort, and Ashoka Rock Edict. Later in the afternoon leave for Diu en route visiting Somnath, one of the most sacred Lord Shiva temple. Arrival and check in at hotel for overnight stay in Diu
Note: Darbar Hall Museum, Upper Fort, Ashoka Roack Edict closed on Wednesdays and public holidays
Day 11

Diu - Bhavnagar (Approximately 200 kms, 4 hours by road)

Today morning visit the local fish market and Fort of Diu. Later drive to Bhavnagar. On arrival, check in to your hotel. In the afternoon, visit the local bazaar of Bhavnagar. Overnight stay in Bhavnagar
Day 12

Bhavnagar – Palitana - Bhavnagar (Approximately 120 kms, 4 hours by road)

Morning visit Palitana which is world famous for Jain temples built on top of Shetrunjay hills. There are 900 temples, big and small on two summits. The sculptures that adorn the marble temples present a feast to the eyes. Afternoon return to hotel in Bhavnagar for overnight stay
Day 13

Bhavnagar – Jambhughoda (Approximately 260 kms, 5 hours by road)

Morning leave for Jambughoda en route visiting Champaner fort, one of the World heritage sites of monuments. Continue drive to Jambughoda. On arrival check in at the hotel. Afternoon excursion to the tribal villages around the area to experience the primitive life style along with PITHORA wall paintings in their houses. Overnight stay in Jambhughoda
Day 14

Jambhughoda - Ahmedabad (Approximately 200 kms, 4 hours by road)

Today morning visit mobile market called haat in nearby village and then drive to Ahmedabad en-route visiting Khambhat which is known for Agatebead which is used in stone jewellery. Here, you can also bargain for exotic stone jewellery. Finally proceed to Ahmedabad. On arrival check in at the hotel. Overnight stay in Ahmedabad
Day 15

Ahmedabad – Departure to hometown

After a leisurely breakfast, transfer to the airport for your onward flight.
Holiday Concludes!

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Cancellation Policy

Cancellation received no. of days prior to departure % of Cancellation on Net Tour Price (per person)
D-0 to 5 100%
D-6 to 15 75%
D-16 to 30 50%
D-31 to 45 40%
D-46 to 60 30%
D-61 to 90 20%
D-91 to 120 15%
D-121 to 900 10%
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