Gujarat Temple Tour
Gujarat Temple Tour
07 Night / 08 Days
Accomodation And Dining
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Breakfast & Dinner
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Highlights of your Journey
AHMEDABAD – MOUNT ABU (230 KM)
Arrival Ahmedabad (Morning). Drive to Mount Abu. Mount Abu: In the Aravalli
Hills of Rajasthan has a range of natural and cultural bounties which makes
it an excellent destination. The biggest draw of this charming hill town is
the famous Dilwara Temples, worth a visit for their outstanding
architecture, intricate white marble carvings and elegant sculptures. This
ancient temple complex captures the cultural heritage of the region in all
Visit Dilwara Temples: This temple complex built in the Solanki style of
architecture dates back to the 11th and 13th centuries AD. Carved out of
white marble, these temples are dedicated to Jain Tirthankaras (enlightened
souls). The oldest temple, the Vimal Vasahi temple, was built in 1031 AD and
is dedicated to the first of the Jain Tirthankaras. The temples are very
famous for the intricate carvings, especially on the pillars. But the most
striking feature of this Jain temple is the marble pendant in the dome of
the porch. It hangs from the ceiling like an enchanting cluster of half-open
lotuses with cups so finely carved that they appear to be transparent. In
the evening have a walk at the focal point of the town, Nakki Lake and enjoy
the sunset. Overnight stay at the hotel.
Full day at Mount Abu sightseeing. Right in the heart of Mt. Abu, surrounded
by rugged hills and granite rocks, is the famous Nakki Lake, which is the
foremost tourism attraction. Several royal palaces and colonial bungalows
surround the beautiful lake adding to the charm of the surroundings.
Raghunath Temple is a famous shrine in the town, while the rock formations
such as Toad Rock, Nun Rock and Camel Rock are worth seeing. There are
several view points, the most popular ones being Sunset Point and Honeymoon
Point. Baylay’s Walk is a pleasant 5 Km route from Nakki Lake to the Sunset
Point. Guru Shikhar, the highest point in Mount Abu offers more panoramic
views of the hills and can be reached by a concrete road. Overnight Mount
MOUNT ABU – AHMEDABAD (230 KM)
Drive to Ahmedabad, enroute visiting Ambaji. Ambaji: 94 kms from Ahmedabad
is one of the major Shakti-piths of India, situated in the Arasur hills. The
Ambaji Temple contains no idol, but an inscribed Yantra in the niche. Ambaji
is essentially a temple town-with a temple dedicated to Goddess Ambaji at
the center. The Ambaji Temple and the front court ‘Chachar no Chowk’ are
aligned in the same axis of the cave at Gabbar hill-the original abode of
Goddess Ambaji. The present temple was constructed a few years ago,
maintaining the original architectural style. Millions of piligrims visit
the temple every year-especially during Navratri to seek the blessing of
Goddess Ambaji.Overnight Ahmedabad.
AHMEDABAD – SOMNATH (406 KM)
Today, after breakfast, drive to Somnath. Somnath: One of the most revered &
an important center of culture & nationalism. The legendary temple contains
a ‘jyotirlinga’. Looted & destroyed, built & rebuilt several times, it
represents the eternal beauty & strength of the Indian society. The present
splendid structure was rebuilt about five decades ago, at the exact spot
where the original shrine was located. The iron man of India Sardar
Vallabhbhai Patel was instrumental in the construction of the present
temple. Overnight at Safari Hotel and Resort located at walking distance
from Somnath temple near Veraval.
SOMNATH – DWARKA (230 KM)
Today morning after having the pleasure to attend the morning aarti at
Somnath temple, drive to Dwarka. Dwarka: An ancient city, housing one of the
principal pilgrimages – ‘Dwarkadhish temple’ of Hindus. According to the
legend, Lord Krishna moved to this coastal town to set up a capital. Marine
excavations of the Dwarka coast have revealed important evidences of ancient
city, which probably include the ‘Dwarawati’ of the ‘Krishna Lila’. Today,
it is not only a major pilgrimage site but a pleasant spot for a beach
holiday. Another popular place in Dwarka, part of the Dwarkadhish Temple is
Sabha Mandap. It is a 60-pillared hall, which houses almost 2500 years old
scriptures. The hall has ‘jharokhas’, offering a nice view of the nearby
flowing Gomti River. Attend evening aarti at Dwarkadhish temple. Overnight
stay at Dwarka.
Today morning attend morning aarti at Dwarkadhish temple and visit Bet
island 30 kms from Dwarka. One can reach Bet from Dwarka through Okha by
road. From Okha port jetty, a little sea journey in a ferry or a small boat
takes you to Bet. Dolphins, porpoise, sea turtles, octopus, starfish, sea
urchins are the common species that are the permanent inhabitants of the
islands. A flock of migratory birds are also known to visit the place every
year. Return to hotel at Dwarka for an overnight stay.
DWARKA – AHMEDABAD (457KM)
Today, after breakfast, drive to Ahmedabad. Overnight Ahmedabad.
AHMEDABAD – DAKOR (94 KM) – AHMEDABAD
Today do an excursion to Dakor temple. Dakor, in its earlier phases as
pilgrimage centre in Gujarat, was famous for the Danknath temple, a place of
shiva worship. In the later phases it developed into a Vaishnavite centre
with the growing fame of Ranchhodrai ji temple, which was built in 1772 A.D.
Krishna is called ‘Ranchhodrai’ – one who ran away from the battle. Today
this place is known not only as a pilgrimage centre but also a trading
centre where one can get the articles related to puja, and other rituals. On
every Sharad Purnlma a big fair is held at Dakor. Gujaratis venerate Krishna
and Dakor provides an important link in this.
LATER IN EVENING FLY OUT FROM AHMEDABAD AIRPORT. END OF THE TOUR
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TESTIMONIALS Words From Our Happy Tourists
Dear Mr. KANAK,
I have sent Rs 5000 as my personal small GIFT as a token of appreciation for your services – as I have promised.
You have arranged a very good tempo traveler with a very good driver JOUR AHMED The driver was very helpful and he was very friendly
You arranged a very good tempo traveler from our DELHI – AGRA trip.
Our stay in HOTEL VIVANTA BY TAJ was excellent and we all had a very wonderful time,We would like to visit SRINAGAR again – especially PAHALGAM.
You arranged for the perfect TEMPO TRAVELLERS in spite of arranging such GOOD VEHICLES at remote places like SRINAGAR and we were all satisfied very much.
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ABOUT OUR FOUNDERS
Kanak Pal- Worked with inbound travel agent – capital city travel agent – capital city travel and tour, wanderlust travels, scenic journey 1992-2009 then he started his own travel company My trip to India.
Anupama Pal- It was her unique style of attracting inbound and domestic travellers for Mr. kanak Pal which inspired him to kick stat the new venture My trip to India and since then they both have been driving th4 bussiness ahead.