Ahmedabad Dwarka Somnath Tour



Duration : 4 Nights / 5 Days

Destination Covered : Ahmedabad, Jamnagar, Somnath

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  • Ahmedabad Dwarka Somnath Tour

Tour Itinerary

Day 1: AHMEDABAD – JAMNAGAR – DWARKA (450 KM, APPROX 07 HRS)

Morning arrivals at Ahmedabad where on arrival you are meet at the airport and drive to Dwarka, en route visit Jamnagar Bala Hanuman Temple.
Bala Hanuman Temple - Bala Hanuman Temple is a pilgrim place venerated by the devotees of Lord Ram. It is a world famous temple, known for the continuous chanting of Jai Ram, Shri Ram. The chanting is going on since 1964 and has found a place for it in the Guinness Book of World Records. People chant the name of the Lord in shifts, 24 hours a day.
 On arrival at Dwarka check in to the Hotel, Evening attend Aarti Darshan at Dwarkadhish Temple, Overnight stay at Dwarka 

Day 2: DWARKA

Morning visit Dwarkadhish Temple. & thereafter visit Bet Dwarka & Nageshwar Jyotirling.
Bet Dwarka - also known as Bet Shankhoddar, Bet Dwarka is only 5 kms from Okha Junction in sea and Okha is 30 kms from Dwarka. It is said to be the place where Lord Krishna lived with his family when the ruled at Dwarka. It is also the place where Vishnu slew the demon Shankhasura. Visitors make it a point to visit the Krishna temple at this site which holds much of interest to be seen and experienced.  
Nageswar Mahadev - The Puranas mention 12 Jyotirlingas or columns of light representing Lord Shiva, who manifested himself in that form in different parts of India. This shiva shrine near Dwarka is one of these and is there- fore accorded great respect.  
Rukmani Temple – Temple of Lord Krihsna’s wife.Overnight stay at Dwarka

Day 3: DWARKA – PORBANDAR – SOMNATH (250 KMS, APPROX 05 HRS)

Morning breakfast after proceed to Somnath en route visit to Porabandar(130 Kms) visit of Kirti temple known as house & born place of Mahatma Gandhi. In back side house of Kasturba wife of Gandhi. Also visit of Gandhi museum, study room of Mahatma Gandhi in the Kirti temple. Later visit of Sudama temple & continue procced to Somnath,Evening Aarti Darshan atSomnath Temple - A lord shiva temple known as Jyotirling built by Moon God. Enjoy lighting and sounding Show. stay at Somnath.

Day 4: Somnath – Ahmedabad

Early morning attend Aarti Darshan at Somnath Temple, after visit Bhalka Tirth and Triveni Ghath
Bhalka Tirth - This sacred teerth is located 5 km on Prabhas Veraval highway. The arrow of the poacher named Jara at this spot hit Bhagvan Shree Krishna. Bhagvan Shree Krishna was resting in meditation pose under a pippal tree when the poacher misread the foot of Bhagvan Shree Krishna as a deer and hit from a distance. This divined leela of Bhagvan Shree Krishna is immortalised by a beautiful temple and an ancient pippal tree. Bhagvan Shree Krishna then walked a small distance and arrived at the holy banks of river Hiran from where he took his last journey to his Neejdham.
Triveni Ghat - Triveni Ghat in Somnath is the meeting point of three holy rivers – Kapil, Hiran and a mystical River Saraswati, which are believed to be flowing to their ultimate destination – Arabian Sea. These stages of rivers where they meet and then flow together to the sea symbolises human birth, life and death.
Later proceed to Ahmedabad, en route visit Junagadh Uparkot Fort
 
Uparkot Fort - An impressive fort, Uparkot, located on a plateau in the middle of town, was originally built during the Mauryan dynasty by Chandragupta in 319 BC. The fort remained in use till the 6th century, and then it was covered over for 300 years. Then it was rediscovered in 976 AD. The fort was inundated 16 times over an 800-year period. One unsuccessful siege lasted twelve years. 
Later visit Naulakha Palace in Gondal and Jalaram Temple in virpurThe Naulakha Palace was erected around 1748 AD in the Darbargadh or walled palace complex of the rulers, and since then has been extended by successive rulers. The façade is a festival of stone carving with splendid sculpture, relief, carved columns and ornate jarokha balconies.
The former living quarters of the palace have been converted into a private museum exhibiting textiles, brassware, royal wardrobes, library, silver caskets that carried gifts and messages for Maharaja Bhagwat Sinhji on special occasions like his golden jubilee as ruler of Gondal, the weighing scales on which he was measured against gold on his golden jubilee with proceeds going to charity, trophies won by the Gondal princes at motorsports events, and a collection of toys including 1800s wooden pieces hand-painted with natural colours.
Virpur – Visit Shree Jalarambapa TempleOvernight stay at Ahmedabad

Day 5: Ahmedabad

Ahmedabad, The city was built in open and spacious plane to the East of Sabarmati. It compromised of smaller known Fort as Bhadra Fort. The city fort wall was enclosed containing 12 Gates. The city of Ahmedabad went on expanding in every direction by the addition of new areas on both the sides of the river. With the well laid out beautiful buildings, lakes and mosques. In 1753 combined armies of Raghunath Rao and Damaji Gaekwad took the fort, which resulted into end of Mughal Rule in Ahmedabad. In 64 years during the rule of Gaekwad and Peshwa, city became worse. In 1818 British took over the administration of Ahmedbad. During this period Ahmedabaddeveloped,After freshening up we will visit the following:
Sidi Sayed Mosque, the mosque of Sidi Sayed is one of the most prominent mosques in the Ahmedabad city. Constructed in the year 1573, the mosque was established by Sidi Sayed, a slave of Sultan Ahmed Shah. Sidi Sayed mosque in Ahmedabad, India consists of ten semi circular windows, the appeal of which is accentuated by the splendid mesh covering them, which is more popularly known as 'Jali'. 
Gandhi Ashram In 1915 Mahatma Gandhi came from South Africa and established Ashram on the banks of Sabarmati River. The Ashram was the residence of Mahatma Gandhi.  From this Ashram Gandhi started the Dandi March in 1930. The ashram now has an intereesting museum. The museum building was erected (designed by architect Charles Correa), and memorial activities were then started here
Hathee Singh Jain Temple It was built by Seth Hate Singh in 1850. It is easily distinguished by its high carved column, visible from road. Built entirely of white marble embossed with smooth carvings of dancers, musicians, animals & flowers, this serene temple is dedicated to Dharamnath, whose statue stand in themain temple. It has a paved courtyard surrounded by an imposing row of cloisters containing 52 shrines, each with an image of a tirthankara, profusely decorated with rich carvings, one containing the marble image of the 15th tirthankara. The temple is a two-storied structure with elaborate porches on three sides and front porch crowned by a large dome.
Adalaj Wav Step Well (built 1499) The Adalaj Wav Step Well is located 18 kilometers north of Ahmedabad in the Gandhinagar district. It was built during the reign of Queen Rudabai, a muslim ruler. Though now dry, the well once provided water to weary travellers and pilgrims along the roads outside of Ahmedabad. The four-level well is dug directly into the water table, exposing fresh water that rose and fell according the seasons and the amount of rainfall. Its deep interior provided cool relief from the harsh Indian sun.
Akshardham Temple is one of the largest temples in the Indian state of Gujarat. The temple complex combines devotions, art, architecture, education, exhibitions and research at one place. The monument which is set in a 23-acre plot at Gandhinagar (Gandhinagar district) is built in pink sandstone. It is 108 feet tall and 6000 tonnes of stone has gone into its making. A point worth noting is that this modern monument to Hinduism was built as per the injunctions of Vastu Shastra. Not a bit of steel has been used.After lunch transfer to Ahmedabad airport with wonderful happy memories.


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  • EP (No Meal)

Payments Terms

  • For confirmation 75% of the Package cost required Rest 25 % before 07 days start to journey.

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Cancellation & Refund Policy

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  • 30 -15 Days prior to departure              30% of tour cost
  • 14 -07 Days prior to departure               50% of tour cost 
  • 07- 03 Days prior to departure       75% of tour cost           
  •  02 Days/No show                            100% of tour cost
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  • Rate all inclusive of food & lodging, sightseeing up to the point bus journey is possible.
  • Management has right to alter itinerary according to circumstances.
  • Management is not liable for any type of accident/strike/insurgency during tour period.
  • Management is not liable for any theft or damage of luggage.
  • Management is not liable for any cancellation of flight / Train. Flight / Train missing. In such circumstances if stay will be more or less, we will not answerable for that, and you have to pay the charges for the extra. 
  • Payment should be clear before the journey starts
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  • Here it is mentioned that the above quoted Rate is highly based on Minimum No. of Pax Guaranteed Participants, if the No. of Participants is decreased, the Rate may be higher.
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