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Incredible Culture Tour of Gujrat

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We at Make Your Vacations plan during incredible culture tour of Gujarat for 12 days that cover all the prime wonders of the state ranging from attractions in and around Ahmedabad to Dasada, Bhuj, Banny villages, Sayla, Sasangir, Diu, Bhavnagar, Palitana, Baroda and the list goes on. Our given below day to day tour itinerary show you the details that you will visit and explore during your Gujarat tour. There is a lot more to keep you busy and to rejuvenate your mind by providing amazing view of the wonderful state.

Gujarat is one of the beautiful states in India that has now turned to be the best developed states in the country in terms of industries, agriculture, infrastructure, education and tourism. There are numerous renowned tourist places in the state known at Global tourism map. We at Make Your Vacations keep the same in mind and with an aim to make your holidays memorable and full of wonders; we have come up with the ultimate Gujarat tours. Our tours are planned in a way to provide you breathtaking view of the state and to fulfill your desire of exploring the wonderful attractions of the state.

Tour Duration : (13 NIGHTS / 14 DAYS)
Places to Visit : Ahmedabad – Gondal – Jetpur – Junagadh – Gondal – Jamnagar – Rajkot – Bhuj – Mandvi – Wadhwan – Dasada – Patan – Modhera – Dasada – Ahmedabad.

Day 01 : Arrival Ahmedabad
On arrival Meet and assist at Ahmedabad International Airport, our representative welcome and transfer to the hotel, after relax take a sightseeing tour of Ahmedabad visiting the magnificent Mosque of Siddi Saiyad with its exquisite stone carvings, the beautiful Jama Masjid, white marbled Hathee Singh's Temple, Dada Hari Baoli, Shaking Minarets, Calico Textile Museum and Sabarmati Ashram started by Mahatma Gandhi, Kankaria Lake – The circular lake having an island garden in the middle. Return to the hotel for overnight stay.

Day 02 : Ahmedabad
Morning after breakfast, take a tour of the leading specialized textile museum of India ‘Calico Museum’. Calico Museum has the rich collection of textile swatches of Indian origins which are found at famous sites of archaeological in Egypt, Sarees of silk from the throughout India, the silk sarongs of double-ikat prepared at Patan especially for the markets of Indonesian, curtains & chintz completed during the Dutch, Portuguese & British colonial reign at Gujarat, Punjab’s floral embroidery, famous Kashmiri shawls, tie-and-dye work of 18th of century, opulently embroidered tent of Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan that palace is located very close, Rajasthan’s royal attires, manuscripts & paintings on the cloths, spiritual description in the paintings of cloths known as Kalamkari & Pichwai. Later if you wish you can visit the few other museums of Ahmedabad based on folk art collection. Overnight stay hotel.

Day 03 : Ahmedabad - Gondal (250 kms / 4 hours)
Morning after breakfast, drive for Gondal, a city state mere 35 km away from Rajkot ruled by a family of car enthusiasts whose royal passion resulted in a fine collection of automobiles which are now part of a museum in the palace premises. Such was the royal passion that Gondal had the best planned and well designed road system in pre independent Gujarat. Gondal like its neighbors has some visually exciting palaces and living spaces; some like the Riverside Palace commissioned in 1875 by Bhagwat singh is now a Heritage Hotel. Overnight stay Hotel.

Day 04 : Gondal - Jetpur - Junagadh - Gondal (150 kms / 3 hours)
After morning breakfast, take an excursion to Jetpur famous for the workshops of block and screen printings and a centre of yarn-dyeing. Proceed further to Junagadh to visit the carpets of gem-encrusted, the Nawab’s tapestry in the museum and wardrobes. Historical Junagadh is known for its 03rd of century (BC) Buddhist ruins, medieval palace, complexes of tomb and the forts, After visit return back to Gondal for night stay.

Day 05 : Gondal - Jamnagar (10 kms / 15mins) - Gondal
Morning after breakfast, visit the Vanzas of Jamnagar who are known for their bandhani tie-and-dye sarees. Jamnagar is famous for its pearl fisheries, tie-and-dye fabrics, and bandhini textile work. Later also take a sightseeing tour of Jamnagar visiting Lakhota fort located in the center of the Lakhota Lake. It was initially a palace, which was converted into a museum in 1946, and Kotha Bastion is an old well, the water of which can be drawn by blowing into a small hole in the floor. Overnight stay Hotel.

Day 06 : Gondal - Rajkot - Bhuj (275 kms: 4 - 5 hours)
After breakfast, drive to Bhuj. En-route visit Watson Museum at Rajkot to see the skills of the craftsmanship in Gujarat and Rashtriya Shala. On arrival, transfer to the hotel. Overnight stay hotel.

Day 07 : Bhuj
Morning after breakfast, take an excursion to the villages located near to Bhuj which are famous for its characteristic embroidery methods and see the handiwork of the villagers like weaving and the printing forms as block & Rogan. Stay overnight at Bhuj.

Day 08 : Bhuj - Mandvi (60 kms / 1 hour)
After breakfast drive to Mandvi which is a tie-and-dye centre and stay in a/c tented comfort of the royal resort by the private beach in the palace estate, after lunch, Visit the dhow-building yard to see ocean-worthy vessels being hand-built, overnight at the resort.

Day 09 : Mandvi
After breakfast visit the Rabari villages around Mandvi, famous for the charming houses known as Rabari and Bhungas embroidery, including some of the most picturesque in Gujarat, and a Samma village at Pragsar. The main attraction at Mandvi is the Vijay Vilas Palace, with beautiful gardens, water channels and marble fountains. It was constructed in the 1920’s and has all the elements of Rajput architecture with intricate carving on stone decorating the façade. This palace is often used as a setting for film shoots. Mandvi has some very beautiful houses belonging to rich merchants with stone carving and plaster decorations. Their unique architectural style reflects the fusion of Indian and European styles of architecture. Overnight stay resort.

Day 10 : Mandvi - Wadhwan (350 kms / 6 hours)
After breakfast, drive for Wadhwan. On arrival, transfer to the hotel. Wadhwan is a famous place for tie and dye work of Bandhani, metal crafts & weaving and is also a historical town surrounded by walls. Overnight stay hotel.

Day 11 : Wadhwan - Dasada (75 kms / 1½ - 2 hours)
After breakfast drive to Dasada – a home of endangered Asiatic wild ass. On arrival, check in to the hotel. Later visit a place to see the women of Rabari working on distinctive embroideries. Here you will use locally prepared materials and handicrafts which make you, feel like a village. Overnight stay hotel.

Day 12 : Dasada
Morning safari in the Little Rann of Kutch, a sanctuary for the endangered Asiatic Wild Ass, The wild ass is the distinctive variety found duly in Gujarat and nowhere else in the world. Enjoy a safari & watch these animals & migratory birds in their natural habitat. Later visit the pastoral Vadiara and Kharapat Rabaris of Dasada, known for their embroideries, the silk-weavers colony at Dasada, and Ambala village of the Bharward shepherds and goatherds. During this tour, guests can shop for embroidery directly from the Bharwad women of Ambala and the Rabari women of Dasada. The weaving cooperative at Bajana and other artisans’ workshops can also be included in the tours. Other communities near Dasada are Padhars (primarily fishing people), the semi-nomadic Bajanias and Mirs, Jaths (Muslim herders), and the Siddis. Overnight stay resort.

Day 13 : Dasada - Patan - Modhera - Dasada (150 kms / 3 hours)
Morning after breakfast, take an excursion to Patan to see the working Salvis on Patola. Patola is considered as one of the finest silk textiles. Also watch the woven with the use of technique double-ikat. Take a tour of 11th of century’s Sun Temple at Modhera. Modhera Sun Temple is one of the most excellent examples of Hindu’s temple architecture at western India. This temple has been designed in such a way that the Sun's rays illuminate the sanctum at dawn, during the time of the equinoxes. Later return to Dasada. Overnight stay hotel.

Day 14 : Dasada - Ahmedabad - Home Town (90 kms / 2 hours)
Morning after breakfast, in time transfer to Ahmedabad Airport for your onward journey.

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