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Colorful Gujarat

Travel across Vibrant Gujarat, through the colourful cities and culture . Mahatma Gandhi’sAshram , textile museum and more to see in the capital city Ahmedabad. Mingle with local communities of theBanni Grasslands and a city of famous embroidered kutch work in Bhuj,magnificent creatures in the SasanGir Wildlife Santuary , see some the architectural marvel of the temples, palaces , mosques during the trip ending at the perfect lakeside palaces of Udaipur.

Travel Route


  • Land in the capital city Ahmedabad , visit the Gandhi Ashram and textile museum
  • Immerse yourself in the interchanging chaos and tranquillity of India’s cosmopolitan cities and traditional towns
  • Safari in SasanGir Wildlife Sanctuary and Wild Ass Sanctuary, then camp under the stars near the village of Bajana
  • Stay in the charming walled city of Bhuj and meet local communities of the Banni Grasslands
  • City of lakes Udaipur , one of the most beautiful romantic destination. Visit the Palaces and take a boat ride on lake Pichola
  • Indo-Saracenicwas an architectural style movement by British architects in the late 19th century in British India which can be seen in Mumbai

Day 01-Arrive Ahmedabad

Ahmedabad is Located on the banks of the river Sabarmati; the city was founded by Sultan Ahmad Shah in 1411. Today it is one of the fastest growing cities of India and is an immense repository of tradition, history & culture. Its famous walled area is one of the finest examples of community living & the city thrived as the textile capital & was nicknamed “Manchester of the East’ in 1888. This multicultural city is home to some of the finest Indo-Sarcenic mosques & Jain temples.
The old city of Ahmedabad is dotted with labyrinthine by lanes called ‘polls’. The exquisite carved wooden mansions and havelis are in no manner less than their stone counterparts in Rajasthan. The city also offers a rich architectural legacy that blends Hindu and Muslim schools of architecture, stone and brick with arches, domes and vaults, carved pillars, trefoil designs besides the modern buildings designed by the famous French architect, Le Corbusier and Louis Kahn.
Overnight at hotel

Day 02 – Ahmedabad

Visit the famous Sabarmati Ashram, set up by Gandhi in 1915 during the Indian independence movement. Enjoy the view from the Bhadra Fort and Teen Darwaja (Triple Gateway) and learn about the Jain way of life at the Hathi Singh Temple. Admire the 15th-century Jama Masjid and the medieval minarets of the graceful Rani Sipri’s Mosque. A visitto the Calico Museum of Textiles with prior booking, the Shreyas Folk Museum or the Kite Museum can also be part of the visit

Day 03 – Ahmedabad -SasanGir ( 375 kms / 7 hrs Approx.)
Depart early for your journey to toSasanGir . It’s a long but pleasant journey, with scenery of green fields and quaint villages along the way.
Overnight at hotel.

Day 04- SasanGir

SasanGir, popularly known as Gir, the most famous loin sanctuary in India.It is the only place in the subcontinent where Asiatic Loins can be found in the wild. SasanGir on the south-western border of Saurashtra peninsula in Gujarat and is home to nearly 400 Asiatic loins. The Sanctuary was created in 1913 to provide protections to the largest surviving groups of the Asiatic loins and was given the status of the sanctuary in 1965; the numbers of loins has been steadily on the rise since 1980. Take a jeep safari to the park to see Asiatic loins and also other species like chital, Chinkara (Gazelle) four horned antelope. Leopard, Nilgai, spotted deer, wild boar, wild ass, monkeys, parrots and peacocks, many others birds etc.
Overnight at hotel

Day 05- Sasangir –Dwarka ( 249 kms / 5 hrs Approx.)

Morning drive to Dwarka .The small coastal town is one of the four most holy Hindu pilgrimage sites in India. It is here that Lord Krishna founded his capital after leaving Mathura. Visit the Dwarkadhish Temple, one of the holiest Hindu pilgrimage sights in the country. Also have some time to relax on the idyllic beaches of Okhamadhi or Shivrapur.
Overnight at hotel

Day 06- Dwarka – Jamnagar ( 128 kms / 2.5 hrs Approx.)

Drive to Jamnagar in the morning. Jamnagar is famous for its colourful tie-dyed cloth, produced using a process dating back over 500 years. The city’s bazaars are a great place to pick up something special. If you have the chance, visit Gujarat AyurvedUniversity, the world’s first institution to teach traditional medicine, yoga and naturopathy according to ayurvedic principles. Walk the streets of the old city and discover Jain temples, colonial buildings and markets.
Overnight at hotel.

Day 07- Jamnagar –Bhuj ( 258 kms / 4.5 hrs Approx)

Morning drive to Bhujenroute pass by the old walled citadel of Darbargadh which is still being restored after an earthquake in 2001. Peek into the former royal residences of the 17th and 19th centuries, the highlight being the Aina Mahal (Old Palace).
Overnight at hotel.

Day 08 -Bhuj

In the morning, visit the Kutch Museum to inspect ancient tribal artefacts and the world’s largest collection of Kshatrapa inscriptions. Meet some of the local communities on a day tour out of Bhuj to the Banni grasslands. Depending on the season, one may get the chance to visit Jat, Ahir, Harijan or Rabari villages, which all have strong artisan and handicraft traditions.
Overnight at hotel.

Day 09 – Bhuj – Dasada (276 kms / 5 hrs Approx.)

Morning a journey into the desert landscape of Little Rann. This is where the world’s last remaining population of wild donkeys can be seen. Travel by jeep safari into the Wild Ass Sanctuary to observe them in their natural habitat , also keep an eye out for gazelle, wolves and jackals.
Overnight at hotel.

Day 10 – Dasada – Udaipur( 341kms / 6 hrs Approx)

Morning drive to Udaipur.. On arrival, take an orientation walk. Your time is then free to explore this stunning city as you please. Located by Lake Pichola, the town is lauded as one of the most romantic spots in India, with palaces, colourful bazaars, narrow alleys and beautiful gardens to discover.
Overnight at hotel.

Day 11 – Udaipur

With a free day, you might like to take up one of the many optional activities on offer. Take a boat ride out across Lake Pichola (depending on the season and the water level), a great way to see the marvellous island palaces off Jag Nivas and Jag Mandir. In the evening, perhaps enjoy a traditional concert that combines seven traditional Rajasthani folk dances.
Overnight at hotel.

Day 12 – Udaipur – Mumbai by flight

Take a flight to Mumbai , is the largest city and undoubtedly the commercial capital of India.. Mumbai was originally a conglomeration of seven islands on the Konkan coastline which over time were joined to form the island city of Bombay. The city has an estimated metropolitan population of 21 million (2005), making it one of the world’s most populous cities. Mumbai’s nature as the most eclectic and cosmopolitan Indian city is symbolized in the presence of Bollywood within the city, the centre of the globally-influential Hindi film and TV industries. It is also home to India’s largest slum population.

Afternoon city tour visiting the Gateway of India-built during the period 1924-1927 to commemorate the visit to India of King George V, of England in 1911. The Gateway is a popular promenade along with sea. Visit the prince of Wales Museum – the Victorian domed structure contains a fine collection of miniature paintings. Its three sections are on Art, Archaeology and Natural history. The museum’s style of architecture is Indo-Saracenic. Visit the 8- meter Rajabai Clock tower – the gothic style Mumbai University clock tower built in the last century. The Victoria terminus is considered the most beautiful edifice in the city. This sprawling structure blends both Gothic and Indian architectural styles. Drive past Nariman point to Malabar Hill which is a winding stretch of road along the sea with tall buildings on one side.
Overnight at hotel.

Day 13 – Leave Mumbai