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Udaipur & Gujarat Tours

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Gujarat, India's westernmost state, has varied terrain and numerous sacred sites. In its urban center of Ahmedabad is the Calico Museum of Textiles, displaying antique and modern Indian fabrics. Spiritual leader Mahatma Gandhi's base from 1917-1930 was Sabarmati Ashram, where his living quarters remain on view. The Jama Masjid (Friday Mosque), built in the 15th-century, is defined by its courtyard and columned design.

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Itinerary

Day 1 : Udaipur – Palanpur

Pick up from Udaipur hotel [hotel details to be advised] and transfer by road to Palanpur . On arrival in Palanpur, meet and assist at airport and transfer to hotel. Rest of the day at leisure with vehicle and driver at disposal [no guide]
Overnight: Palanpur   |  Breakfast

Day 2 : Palanpur – Patan – Modhera – Ahmedabad

Following breakfast at hotel, check-out from hotel and transfer by road to Ahmedabad en-route visiting Patan, Modhera and Adalaj Vav read more...

Adalaj Vav (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 in 1499. 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.

Patan :
The town of Patan was the capital of this region between the 8th and 15thcenturies, before Sultan Ahmed Shah moved his base to Ahmedabad. The ruins of Anilwada lie 2 kms northwest of Patan and include an impressive stepwell, Rani ni Vav and a water tank. The seven-storeyed stepwell ranks with Adalaj Vav as the finest in Gujarat. This splendid piece of architecture from the Solanki period (10th – 14th centuries) now painstakingly restored, boasts some 800 individual elaborately carved sculptures. It’s unique feature is it’s direct as well as lateral steps leading to the water’s edge, carved with an image of the elephant God Ganesh.

Modhera :
100 kms north west of Ahmedabad, has one of the most magnificent monuments of Gujarat, the Modhera temple. It was built in 1025 A.D. by the Rajput kings, and is dedicated to Surya, the sun god. It is beautifully balanced and intricately carved. The temple, though now in ruins, is still an imposing structure and is counted among the best examples of Indian art and architecture.

Later visit Salvi community house to see Patola work
The patola saree is one of the finest hand-woven sarees produced today. This is aspecialty of Patan, and is famous for extremely delicate patterns woven with great precision and clarity. A patola sari takes 4 to 6 months to make, depending on how complicated the designs is and if the length is 5 or 6 metres. Besides Patan, Surat is acclaimed for patola textiles.
On arrival in Ahmedabad, check-in at hotel. Rest of the day at leisure with vehicle and driver at disposal [no guide]

Overnight: Ahmedabad   |  Breakfast

Day 3 : Ahmedabad

Following breakfast at hotel, proceed for Heritage Walk of the Old City
Later proceed for sightseeing tour of Ahmedabad visiting Jama Masjid, Sabarmati Ashram, Sidi Sayed Mosque and Calico Mesuem [Calico Museum is closed on Wednesdays] read more...

Founded in 1411 by Ahmad Shah I, the king of Gujarat, Ahmedabad, is built on the banks of the Sabarmati River. The most populous city in the state it is home to many buildings and monuments of historical and religious importance. The old city is a maze of winding and bustling alleyways, where it is still possible to find some examples of the wooden house fronts of the old provincial Gujarati style. The streets are alive with colourful and vibrant bazaars, as well as delicious street food. Places of interest in this often over-looked destination include Sabarmati Ashram, Sidi Sayed Mosque, the Shaking Minarets, Rani Sipri Mosque, the Jama Masjid, Teen Darwaza, Daria Khan's Ghummat, Hathi Singh Temple and the Calico Museum.

[Kindly note that recently one section at Calico Museum has been closed for visitors (Painting Section) and the other section (Textile) opens only in the morning. Only one lot of 20 people in a day are allowed at the moment but it mayincrease. Calico museum being privately run, all policy decisions are at the discretion of the management. We will try to take prior permission for that day and if unable to get the same then guest will have to stand in queue for entry which is on first come basis]

Overnight: Ahmedabad   |  Breakfast

Day 4 : Ahmedabad – Gandhinagar – Ahmedabad

Following breakfast at hotel, same day excursion to Gandhinagar to visit Akshardham Temple
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The focal point of the complex is the Akshardham Mandir, which measures 108 feet high, 131 feet wide and 240 feet long and features 97 carved pillars, 17 domes, 8 balconies, 220 stone beams and 264 sculpted figures. In accordance with Vedic architectural principles, no steel or iron has been used anywhere in the mandir. 20 foot-long stone beams, each weighing five tons, have been used as load-bearing support throughout the mandir. The mandir’s central chamber houses a seven-foot-tall, gold-leafed murti, or sacred image, of Swaminarayan, who is worshipped by followers as God. The murti rests upon a three-foot pedestal and weighs 1.2 tons. It is flanked by the murtis of the ideal devotee, Aksharbrahma Gunatitanand Swami and Aksharmukta Goplanand Swami, both in postures of loving devotion toward Swaminarayan. In each of the four corners of the mandir sits a life-sized marble murti of the lineages of gurus or successors of Swaminarayan revered by BAPS. The first floor of the mandir is known as the Vibhuti Mandapam and features lotus-shaped displays describing the spiritual character of Swaminarayan, while the basement of the mandir, called the Prasadi Mandapam, houses a historical display of various sacred relics from Swaminarayan’s life.
Later return to Ahmedabad . Rest of the day at leisure with vehicle and driver at disposal to explore on own [no guide]
Overnight: Ahmedabad  |  Breakfast

Day 5 : Ahmedabad – Dasada

Following breakfast at hotel, check-out from hotel and transfer by road to Dasada. On arrival in Dasada, check-in at hotel. In afternoon, visit Little Rann of Kutch by jeep.

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Rann of Kutch :
The Rann, (salt marsh) a huge desert has no areas of human population and in the summer no vegetation survives in the harsh climate. During the monsoon the region is inaccessible. The Great Rann, together with the 4,950sq km Little Rann of Kutch make up the largest protected wildlife territory in India. The Little Rann, mostly a saline wilderness, is the last home of the endangered Asiatic wild ass. The grass, thorny scrub and bushes that manage to grow support a surprising variety of wildlife including, Nilgai, antelope and chinkara as well as wolves, jackals and desert cats. During the monsoon, the standing areas of water attract vast flocks of flamingos and other birds. One can go on either camel or jeep safaris.

Overnight: Dasada   |  Breakfast

Day 6 : Dasada - Bhuj

Following breakfast at hotel, check-out from hotel and transfer by road to Bhuj. On arrival in Bhuj, check-in at hotel In afternoon, proceed for sightseeing tour of Bhuj.

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Bhuj :
With the atmosphere of a bygone era, where the local population can still be seen in colourful traditional costume, Bhuj has plenty of attractions for the inquisitive visitor. Rao Khengariji I chose Bhuj as his capital in 1548. Built in 1723 the 10.5m high wall, with towers and 5 gates forms an irregular polygon and despite being damaged in the great earthquake of Gujarat in 1819, still shows the impressive medieval defences of the town. Worthy of exploration is the Old Palace of Rao Lakhapath with its Darbar Hall, State Apartments, Mirror Palace and curious Music room. The Kachchh Museum is the oldest in Gujarat and the Bharatiya Sanskriti Darshan Folk museum displays textiles and handicrafts, for which Bhuj is renowned. The Bandhani (tie & dye) hand-printed saris, embroidery, needlework and ornaments are exquisite. Camel safaris to tribal villages in the north and jeep safaris into the Thar Desert can be arranged from here.

Overnight: Bhuj  |  Breakfast

Day 7 : Bhuj – Banny – Bhuj

Following breakfast at hotel, same day excursion to Banny Village to experience nomadic lifestyle of Ancient Banni Tribes
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On the vast grasslands of Banni meet the Great Rann in the Khavda region, north of Bhuj. They are home to numerous pastoral nomadic, semi-nomadic and resident people who keep sheep, goats, camels, buffaloes and other livestock. The 40 or so hamlets here are best known for the minute detail of their embroidery. More recently, these villages have started focusing on selling handicrafts as their main source of income and there are signs of modernization and commercialization. The traditional bhungas (circular huts with sloping thatched roofs) are made from mud plastered with cow dung which are often decorated with hand-painted floral patterns and inlaid with mirrors during festivals. Traditional utensils are still used for cooking, eating and storage in the houses. The area is known for its raptors - eagles, vultures and other birds of prey. arrival in Mahabaleshwar, check-in at hotel
Later return to Bhuj

Overnight: Bhuj  |  Breakfast

Day 8 : Bhuj – Rajkot

Following breakfast at hotel, check-out from hotel and transfer by road to Rajkot. On arrival in Rajkot, check-in at hotel In afternoon, proceed for sightseeing tour of Rajkot
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Rajkot was once the capital of the princely state of Saurashtra. Today, the town is well known for being the early home of Mahatma Gandhi when his father was the Diwan to the Raja of Saurashtra. Also home to the British Resident for the Western Indian States, the mark of the British can be seen in the late 19th century colonial buildings that include the Rajkumar College, (A famous school that was founded in 1870) the Memorial Institute and the crumbling Lang Library. Visit Gandhi Smriti and Rashtriya Shala where the great man went to school, as well as the Watson and Gandhi Museums.

Overnight: Rajkot  |  Breakfast

Day 9 : Rajkot – Junagadh – Sasangir

Following breakfast at hotel, check-out from hotel and transfer by road to Sasangir en-route visiting Junagadh |
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Today Junagadh is a small town surrounded by the remains of the original ancient stone walls. Between the 2nd to the 4th centuries this town was the capital of Gujarat under the leadership of the Kshattrapa rulers. The citadel, on a small plateau east of town, was initially expanded by Mahmud Beghada, and was further developed in 1683 and again in 1880. Within the citadel lie the Jama Masjid and the 15th century Adi Chadi Vav, a baoli step well with 172 steps. The nearby Buddhist cave monastery dates from Ashoka’s time. In the town, visit the Mausolea of the Jungadh rulers and the Maqbara, with its silver doors and ornate decoration. The Durbar Hall Museum, in the Nawab’s Palace, contains royal memorabilia, portraits, paintings, costumes and palanquins. Further east, on the road from the fort to Girnar is the famous Ashokan stone, with Emperor Ashoka's 14 edicts inscribed in Pali script. There are also Jain temples on the top of nearby Girnar hill and a Muslim shrine.

On arrival in Sasangir, check-in at hotel
Rest of the day at leisure with vehicle and driver at disposal [no guide]

Overnight: Sasangir   |  Breakfast

Day 10 : Sasangir

Early morning and afternoon game drives by shared jeep in Gir National Park. Also known as Gir Wildlife Sanctuary, Sasangir is the only place in the world to see the Asiatic lion. The 411 lions (2010 census) have been declared protected animals. The best season to see lions and other wildlife (Panthers, Spotted deer, Wild boar and a variety of antelope) is November to March. [The park is closed from mid-June to mid-October]
Overnight: Sasangir   |  Breakfast

Day 11 : Sasangir – Somnath - Diu

Following breakfast at hotel, check-out from hotel and transfer by road to Diu en-route visiting Somnath.
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Somnath :
The Somnath temple located in Prabhas Patan near Veraval in Saurashtra is the first among the twelve Jyotirlinga shrines of Shiva. It is an important pilgrimage and tourist spot. The temple is considered sacred due to the various legends connected to it. Somnath means "Lord of the Soma", an epithet of Shiva. Somnath Temple is known as "the Shrine Eternal". This legendary temple has been destroyed and rebuilt several times by Islamic kings and Hindu kings respectively. Most recently it was rebuilt in November 1947, when Vallabhbhai Patel visited the area for the integration of Junagadh and mooted a plan for restoration. It is also believed that this is the place where Krishna ended his lila on earth and left for his heavenly abode. The Shiva linga in Somnath is believed to be one of the 12 jyotirlingas in India, where Shiva appeared as a fiery column of light. The jyotirlingas are taken as the supreme, undivided reality out of which Shiva partly appears. The jyotirlinga shrines are the places where Shiva is believed to have appeared as a fiery column of light. Originally there are believed to have been 64 jyotirlingas and 12 of them were considered to be very auspicious and holy. Each of the twelve jyotirlinga sites take the name of a different manifestation of Shiva. At all these sites, the primary image is a lingam representing the beginningless and endless stambha pillar, symbolizing the infinite nature of Shiva. Even though there are believed to have been 64 jyotirlingas, twelve of them are considered to be very auspicious. In addition to the one at Somanath, the others are at Varanasi, Rameswaram, Dwarka etc.
On arrival in Diu, check-in at hotel. Rest of the day at leisure to explore serene beaches of Diu
Overnight: Diu  |  Breakfast | Dinner

Day 12 : Diu

Following breakfast at hotel, full day at leisure to explore and relax at various beaches in Diu
Overnight: Diu   |  Breakfast

Day 13 : Diu – Palitana – Bhavnagar

Following breakfast at hotel, check-out from hotel and transfer by road to Bhavnagar en-route visiting Palitana
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Palitana :
51 kms from Bhavnagar, is one of the most sacred sites of Jainism as well as being a centre for diamond cutting and horse breeding. A staggering 863 temples have been built on Shatrunjaya Hill and the Khartaravasi Tuk Temple complex on the northern ridge dominates the site, and includes the four-faced temple dedicated to the first Jain Tirthankara (prophet) Adinath. On the southern ridge the two storey Adishvara Temple houses a large crystal eyed and gold crowned image of Rishabhanatha. The winding pilgrim pathway of 3,950 steps is an arduous one, but fortunately chairlifts are available.

On arrival in Bhavnagar, check-in at hotel. In afternoon, proceed for Heritage Walk in Old City of Bhavnagar

An erstwhile kingdom founded in 1723, Bhavnagar in Saurashtra lies on the Gulf of Cambay, Gujarat. An industrial city and centre for cotton export, it is surrounded by picturesque countryside. Buildings including the Takhtsinghji Hospital designed by Sir William Emerson, the old Darbargadh Palace and the ancient merchant Havelis (mansions) in the old city, reflect the rich heritage of a bygone era.

Overnight: Bhavnagar  |  Breakfast

Day 14 : Bhavnagar – Vadodara

Following breakfast at hotel, check-out from hotel and transfer by road to Vadodara. On arrival in Vadodara, check-in at hotel. In afternoon, proceed for sightseeing tour of Vadodara visiting Laxmi Niwas Palace and Sayaji Baug
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Vadodara Palace :
An extravagant building of the Indo-Saracenic school, was built by Maharaja Sayajirao Gaekwad III in 1890 at a cost of GBP 180,000. It is reputed to have been the largest private dwelling built till date and four times the size of Buckingham Palace. At the time of construction it boasted the most modern amenities such as elevators and the interior is reminiscent of a large European country house. It remains the residence of the Royal Family, who continue to be held in high esteem by the residents of Baroda. Its ornate Darbar Hall, which is sometimes the venue of music concerts and other cultural events, has a Venetian mosaic floor, Belgium stained glass windows and walls with intricate mosaic decorations. Outside of the Darbar Hall is an Italinate courtyard of water fountains. The palace houses a remarkable collection of old armoury and sculptures in bronze, marble & terracotta by Fellici. The grounds were landscaped by William Goldring, a specialist from Kew Gardens. The palace is open to the public and an audio tour is available.

Overnight: Vadodara   |  Breakfast

Day 15 : Vadodara – Champaner – Vadodara

Following breakfast at hotel, full day excursion to Champaner Champaner :
It was founded by Vanraj Chavda, the most prominent king of the Chavda Dynasty, in the 8th century. He named it after the name of his friend and general Champa, also known later as Champaraj. read more...

By the later 15th century, the Khichi Chauhan Rajputs held Pavagadh fort above the town of Champaner. The young Sultan of Gujarat, Mahmud Begada, deciding to attack Champaner, started towards it with his army on 4 December 1482. After defeating the Champaner army, Mahmud captured the town and besieged Pavagadh, the well-known hill-fortress, above Champaner, where king Jayasimha had taken refuge. He captured the Pavagadh fort on 21 November 1484, after a siege of 20 months. He then spent 23 years rebuilding and embellishing Champaner, which he renamed Muhammadabad, after which he moved the capital there from Ahmedabad. In 1535, after chasing away Bahadur Shah, Humayun personally led some 300 Mughals to scale the fort on spikes driven into rock and stonework in a remote and unguarded part of the citadel built over a precipitous hillside on Pavagadh Hill. Large heaps of gold, silver and jewels were the war booty even though Bahadur Shah had managed to escape with a lot to Diu. Champaner is today the site of the Champaner-Pavagadh Archaeological Park, which UNESCO designated a World Heritage Site in 2004.
Later return to Vadodara

Overnight: Vadodara   |  Breakfast

Day 16 : Vadodara – Mumbai

Following breakfast at hotel, check-out from hotel and transfer by road to Vadodara Airport to board Jet Airways flight to Mumbai . On arrival in Mumbai, meet and assist at airport and transfer to hotel read more...

In afternoon proceed for sightseeing tour of Mumbai visiting Prince of Wales Museum, Gateway of India, Mani Bhavan, Victoria Terminal and Dhobi Ghat [Prince of Wales Musuem is closed on Mondays]

Visit the Gateway of India, built to commemorate the visit of King George V in 1911 then drive past the famous Dhobi Ghats en route to the Afghan Church at Colaba. Next, visit the Prince of Wales Museum. Indo-Saracenic in style this beautiful building was designed by George Wittet. Rajabhai, the Clock Tower, in the grounds of Bombay University, the High Court and Victoria Terminus (popularly known as "V.T" it is the largest railway station in India) are all Bombay landmarks, classically Gothic in style they should not be missed. Following the shoreline of Marine Drive proceed to the Jain Temple at the top of Malabar Hill; with superb carvings on its exterior, this temple is a colourful, quiet and atmospheric place. Climb to the upper storey to see the masked monks tracing symbolic patterns in powder and ash before the image of God. Continue past the Hanging Gardens and the Parsi Towers of Silence before visiting the Kamla Nehru Park, which was laid out in memory of Jawaharlal Nehru's wife. Drive past Haji Ali Tomb, located in the sea then visit the Mani Bhavan, Gandhi's residence when he visited Bombay. There is a beautifully crafted tableau of 28 panels, depicting key events in the great leader's life. The re-creation of the simple rooms he occupied provides an insight into this legendary figure whose influence is still very much alive.

Overnight: Mumbai   |  Breakfast

Day 17 : Depart Mumbai

Following breakfast at hotel, morning at leisure. Hotel check-out at 1200 hours.
Later transfer to Mumbai International Airport to board flight for onward destination

Trip Highlights

Prices shown are per person travelling. 'Twin/Double' prices per person apply when there are 2 people travelling, sharing a room. The 'Single supplement' applies for single travellers who would like their own room and needs to be added to the 'Twin/Double' price. If you are happy to be paired up with another single traveller of the same sex on your tour, this can be arranged, thus avoiding the single person supplement.

Old and New Delhi - The magnificent Red Fort, India's largest mosque Jama Masjid, and Gandhi's crematorium Raj Ghat
The Pink City of Jaipur - The lofty Amber Fort, regal City Palace and ancient observatory of Jantar Mantar
Fatehpur Sikri - An ancient abandoned Mughal city
Agra - The beautiful Agra Fort and the Mughal mausoleum known as Baby Taj
The spectacular Taj Mahal - India's most famous monument in all its glory at sunset
An exotic elephant ride into Jaipur's Amber Fort - just like the Raj would have done
India's rural Shekhawati region famed for its beautiful Rajasthani architecture and classic havelis
Diwali - Celebrate Diwali at Birla Temple in Jaipur and later enjoy a special dinner in the city

Included

16 breakfasts
Meeting and assistance on arrival and departures
Hotel accommodation in a double room in standard / base category rooms at mentioned hotels
Daily buffet breakfast at all hotels
Chauffeur driven air-conditioned medium car for all transfers, excursions and sightseeing tours
Traditional Indian welcome with garlanding on arrival
02 game drives by shared jeep in Gir National Park
All applicable monument entrance fees during sightseeing at each city for single visit only
Services of English speaking local guide for entire tour
Supply of mineral water [02 bottles of 250 ml per person per day] in vehicle during city tours / intercity travel
All currently applicable taxes

Not Included

Expenses of personal nature like laundry, telephone, fax, internet, beverages, camera / video camera fee at monuments, medical expenses, airport departure tax etc.
Local payments in domestic currency, such as tips and gratuities
Lunch / dinner at hotels unless specified
India visa fees
Travel insurance
Any other services not mentioned in price inclusions above

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Tour Details
Starts
Udaipur
Ends
Mumbai
Hotel Rating
3 - 4 & 5 Star Hotels
Meals
Breakfast: 16
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Our guide, Yusef, was terrific. He was extremely knowledgeable, gracious, and helpful. He was well organized and the arrangements were excellent.

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