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Rajasthan and Gujarat Tour

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Rajasthan and Gujarat Tour
Nights : 20 Night / 21 Days
Arival : Delhi
Departure : Delhi
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Number of Days   Itinerary Deails
DAY 01: Delhi : Arrive in Delhi. Transfer to your hotel after a warm welcome at the airport. Check into the hotel, night in hotel.
DAY 02: Explore Delhi : Proceed for sightseeing of Old & New Delhi, visiting Red Fort, Jama Masjid, Shanti Van, Humayun Tomb, President House, India Gate and more. Evening free, night in hotel.
DAY 03: Delhi/Jaipur, 258 kms. : Departure to the Pink city, capital of the State. Check in hotel, and then visit the Amber fort, 10 km far from Jaipur: it is an impressive fort built in a scenic place. This has been the capital of the Kachwahas for 5 centuries until Jaipur, built again in 1727, became capital itself. In the afternoon, visit of the city palace, observatory and Wind palace, evening free, night in a hotel.
DAY 04: Jaipur/Pushkar 125 kms. : Leave to the holy city of Pushkar, afternoon check in hotel and visit the town.According to the legend, the sacred lake of Pushkar sprang up at the spot where Brahma (Lord of creation) dropped a lotus flower from the sky, It is very important pilgrimage centre of Hindu and its saying that devotee should visit at least once in life time, There are large number of Sadhu who mainly congregate around the lake and temples. Sevaral Ghats runs to the lake where pilgrims are constantly taking bath in holy water of lake Pushkar is world famous for its spectacular Camel fair Which take place here in Month of kartika (on Full moon) according to Hindu calendar.
DAY 05: Pushkar/Udaipur, 300kms, 6 hours : On the way visit Jain temple at Ranakpur situated in a quite and beautiful remote valley of the Mount Arawali . The main temple is Choumukha or four faced temple dedicated to Adinath it has been built in 1439, superbly crafted and well kept temple has 29 halls. 1444 pillars and don't have similarity to each other.After 3 hours driving through the mountains road, we reach one of the most charming city in Rajasthan Udaipur is situated on the bank of Pitcola lake and high hills around.Check in hotel, later depart to visit the City Palace, Evening Free, O/N Hotel
DAY 06: Udaipur, /strong> : Full day sightseeing of Udaipur visiting City Palace, Jagdish Temple, Sahelion Ki Bari, the gardens of the maids-of-honour, Pratap Memorial, Fatehsagar and Lake Pichola.
DAY 07: Udaipur-Dungarpur-132 kms. : Dugargarpur has the stronghold of the Bheels, a tribe said to be existing in arawali range from date back to 4000 BC, visit the villages of Bheel tribe who retain their ages old customs and traditions inspite of so much of development. Later city tour to Visit the juna Garh fort, seven-storied structure, Udai Bilas Palace , a magnificent example of Rajput architecture night in hotel.
DAY 08: Dungarpur/Ahemedabad, 220 kms. : Drive 265 kms to Ahmedabad which retains highly distinctive feel born out of al long and continuously evolving social history and architecture. Visit Jama Masjid, Sidi Syed Mosque, Ahmed Shah mosque, Bibi ka Masjid which are magnificent mosques and mausolea in Indo-Saracenic architectural style. We also visit Sabarmati Ashram, former residence of Mahatma Gandhi.
DAY 09: Ahemedabad/Palitana 220 kms. : Drive to Palitana, famous for its extraordinary Jain temples complex on Shatrunjaya Hill dating back to 11th to 20th century. There are 863 temples, exquisitely carved in marble.Amongst all the Jain temples, Palitana temples are considered to be the most sacred. No one is allowed to sleep overnight including the priest, because the temple city has been built as an abode for the Gods. Palitana was the capital of a princely state of the Gohil Rajput clan.
DAY 10: Palitana/Diu, 160 kms. : Visit temple some of temple complex on Shatrunjaya Hill. Afternoon drive to Diu which is formerly a Portuguese township. Evening stroll on beach, O/N hotel. Diu: A beautiful place with gentle rocks carved by the wind and the wave of the Arabian Sea . Its great heritage and a rich culture is formed by the mixture of local Gujarati culture and the foreign Portuguese culture. There are several beaches offer's water sports activities to bath or sunbath.
DAY 11: Diu/Somnath/Sasan Gir, 180 kms : Enroute visit Somnath temple. Somnath is one of the most sacred Shiva shrines in India . The temple was destroyed seven times and seven times it was rebuilt. According to the legend, Somnath is as old as creation, built by none other than the Moon God himself. The temple has imposing architecture and is a beautiful sight facing the blue expanse of the Arabian Sea . Sasangir: The Gir lion sanctuary project was initiated in 1972. This famous Lion sanctuary lies at the bottom of the Saurashtra peninsula in the western state of Gujurat. night in the camp.
DAY 12: Sasan/Gondal, 150 kms. : Morning Park Ride in the Sasan Gir Forest which is reserved for the rare species of Asiatic Lion. Other wild animals that can be seen in the Park are bear antelope, hyena, fox, Blue Bull, black buck and other species of deer family. Drive 150 kms to Gondal for the overnight.

Gondal: 'Gond' tribe lived here before several years, so the name is affiliated as Gondal.The main attractions in Gondal are the forts and palaces. The oldest and most beautiful palace in Gondal is the Navlakha Palace . Built in the 17 th century, The Riverside Palace is another attraction on the banks of the river Gondali.It was built in 1875 Ad by Maharajah Bhagwat Singhji for his son Yuvraj Bhojrajji.It has a magnificent display of colonial and Indian styled furniture and decor.
DAY 13: Gondal/Bhuj, 230 kms. : Drive to Bhuj known as the gateway to Kutch . With maze like streets and crenellated gateways. It enchants the visitor with warm hospitality of its colorful tribes and camels pulling cats in the markets.
DAY 14: BHUJ : Bhuj is also famous for its silverware and Handicrafts. Sightseeing of the city visiting the Museums and some tribal villages. We find tribal huts beautifully decorated with their traditional paintings, cupboards, inlaid mirrors and the people in traditional costumes.
DAY 15: Bhuj-in. Barmer (330 Km, 06 hours) : Barmer is the ancient trade route of camel and miniature of Rajasthan is founded in 12 century., It s rough terrain has tough climate, Region is well known for the embroidery work and block-printed fabrics Rich in music and colorful dance, warmth of tradition, Today is the centre of wood carving, pottery and carpets which became an important source of income.
DAY 16: Barmer : Morning excursion to the desert village and temples of Kiradu located on the foot of Hathman village, inscription dating from 1161 AD, one of the ruins of a five-east temples dedicated to Lord Vishnu the other four are dedicated to the God Shiva are very interesting for the lovers of art and archaeologists, the largest site between of them is the Someshwar temple. According to the availability of time another temples of Devka-Sun Temple from 13th century dedicated to Vishnu is famous for its architecture and Juna Jain Temple dating back to 12 century can be visited.
DAY 17/18: Barner - Jaisalmer - (330 km, 07 hours) : Long route traversing the Thar to Jaiselmer a bewitching citadel at the gate of the desert, This charming place is a former step to the caravan roads, afternoon explore the city including the jain temple in side the citadel, one can enjoy the sun set on Gaddi sar (lake), evening stroll in the street, Next morning Visit Patwon ki Haveli and salim singh Haveli, Afternoon excursion to Sam dune, enjoy the short camel ride and later sun set against the dune night in hotel.
DAY 19: Jaisalmer-Bikaner : Drive 330 km to Bikaner. After check in proceed for sightseeing, visiting Junagarh Fort, Ganga Golden Jubilee Museum, Camel breeding farms and Deshnok Temple where the rates are worshipped
DAY 20: Bikaner to Nawalgarh : Drive 215 km to Navalharh. After check in hotel visit Mandawa, famous for its havelis, dating back to 18th century. Walls and ceilings and roofs have been painted in vegetable and stone colours so beautifully that some people call it an Open Air Art Gallery of Rajasthan. Overnight in hotel Mandawa fort.
DAY 21: Nawalgarh to Delhi, 240 kms. : Morning Drive to Delhi, Vehicle is at disposal, no hotel in Delhi , evening transfer to international airport for onward flight.
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