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Gujrat with Bhuj Tour Itenary

Duration: 14 Days

Places Covered: Dwaraka Dham, Bhet Dwaraka, Somnath Pravash, Diu, Gir Forest, Okha, Bhuj, Kutch

Journey: Porbander by train. Porbander - Howrah by train.

Day by day Tour Itenary

Day Programme Night Stay
Day 1 Shalimar station any suitable train for bhuj Train
Day 2 R U N N I N G Train
Day 3 At About 4 P.M. Reached Bhuj Station Bhuj
Day 4 After Lunch Sight Seeing Rann of Kutch(White Desert) & Local Sight Seeing Bhuj
Day 5 Early Morning by bus for Dwarka and Transfer to Hotel at 6 P.M Dwarka
Day 6 After Breakfast Vet Dwarka and NageswarMahadev and Dwarka Temple Sight Seeing Dwarka
Day 7 After Breakfast By Bus for Veravel and transfer to Hotel at 6:00P.M. Veravel
Day 8 At about 8:00A.M. for Diu and Return to Hotel at Evening. Visit Diu Veravel
Day 9 At about 8:00A.M. for GIR and Return to Hotel at NOON. Veravel
Day 10 Veravel Station any suitable train for Ahemadabad Train
Day 11 At about 6:00A.M. Reached Ahemadabad. At Evening 6:00P.M. transfer to Ahemadabad Station any suitable train for howrah or Shalimar Station Train
Day 12 R U N N I N G Train
Day 13 Reach Howrah or Shalimar Station and Tour End --

Tour Price: Please contact head office

Glimpse of the tour:

DWARKA - Somnath Pravas, Bhet Dwarka

Dwarka - on the west coast of Gujarat on the shore of the Arabian Sea, features in most of the legends surrounding Lord Krishna. It is from here that the grown Lord Krishna is supposed to have ruled his kingdom. Dwarka is a significant pilgrimage site for the Hindus. Dwarka is sanctified as the place where Lord Vishnu slew the demon Shankhasura. The Puranas mention the 12 Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva which manifested in different parts of the country. One of these is located in Dwarka and is known as the Nageshwar Mahadev.
Dwariknath Temple - which was built in the 16th century. Dwarkadish is another name of Lord Krishna that means the "Lord of Dwarka". The five-storey high temple is built on seventy-two pillars. The temple spire is 235 feet high. From the temple dome waves an eighty-four foot long multicolored flag decorated with the symbols of the sun and moon. There are two entrances to the temple. The main entrance (north entrance) is called "Moksha Dwara" (Door to Salvation). This entrance leads to the main market. The south entrance is called "Swarga Dwara".


Kutch-This district of Gujarat brings to mind a unique landscape with salty marshlands and no vegetation. Situated on the Gulf of Kutch, leading to the Arabian Sea, it is also known as the Rann of Kutch. Kutch is an erstwhile princely state of India. It is the largest district of the state of Gujarat and the second largest district in India covering an area of 45,612 sq kms.
Gir Forest - Gir National Park attracts large number of tourists to witness the Asiatic lion, as this is the sole place all across the world where these creatures are presently found. Once extinct, numbers have been recovered owing to the conservation efforts. The Sanctuary is open for tourism from 16th October to 15th June every year
Gujarat - - the ‘Jewel of the West’, is a tourist destination that offers something for every visitor. The state situated between 2001' and 24o7' north latitudes and 68o4' and 74o4'east longitudes is bounded on the west by the Arabian sea which encloses the state on three sides. Along with its varied destinations, the attractive handicrafts, the delicious cuisine and colourful lifestyle of the people of Gujarat, add to its charm. But the Arabian sea and the Gulf of Cambay in the west and the forest covered hills in the east soften the rigors of climatic extremes. The best time to visit Gujarat is during the months of October and March.