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Journey through the historic streets of Ahmedabad,

where ancient havelis and bustling markets provide a glimpse into the state’s rich heritage

Duration5 Days / 4 Nights
Tour typeGroup / Private
Group size10 people


Welcome to Gujarat, a land of vibrant traditions, rich history, and diverse landscapes that promise an extraordinary travel experience. Begin your journey in the bustling city of Ahmedabad, where a blend of old-world charm and modernity creates a dynamic atmosphere. Explore the historic Old City with its intricately carved havelis and vibrant markets, and witness the serenity of the Sabarmati Ashram, where Mahatma Gandhi once lived.

Venture into the heart of Gujarat’s culture in Vadodara, where magnificent palaces and museums tell the story of its royal heritage. The UNESCO-listed Champaner-Pavagadh Archaeological Park offers a glimpse into the region’s ancient history and architectural wonders.

Savor the flavors of Gujarati cuisine, with its delectable thalis, dhoklas, and sweets that tantalize the taste buds. Don’t miss the chance to experience the state’s diverse culinary offerings, from street food delights in Ahmedabad to coastal seafood in Dwarka.

Explore the natural beauty of Gujarat, from the white sands of the Rann of Kutch, where the annual Rann Utsav showcases the region’s art and culture, to the Gir National Park, home to the majestic Asiatic lions. The vibrant festivals of Navratri and the International Kite Festival in Ahmedabad offer a colorful glimpse into the state’s cultural celebrations.

Book your Gujarat adventure today and immerse yourself in a world of history, culture, and natural beauty. Gujarat is not just a destination; it’s a journey of discovery that promises cherished memories and a deep appreciation for its remarkable heritage and warm hospitality.



Arrival at Ahmedabad

        Arrival at Ahmedabad, meets to greet and transfer to Hotel.

Overnight Stay at Ahmedabad

Ahmedabad – Patan – Modhera – Ahmedabad

Morning after breakfast visit PATAN – Rani ki Vav (Step well). It was built by the Queen Udaymati the wife of Bhimdev during 11-12th Century. It is the most magnificent and spectacular step well and the best example of such architecture for water wells. The Vav measuring about 64 mts. The stepwell has long stepped corridor descending down to the underground tank, it is having four pillars. The Pillars which support the roof have squire base decorated with Ghat Pallavas. It was one of the largest and the most sumptuous structure of its type.


Later visit Patan Patola of weaving, patan is Famous for patola weaving, Salvi family is one of them who has continued this traditional art and has preserved it even today. Patola silk is often termed as the queen of all silk. The special technique of the handmade silk patola uses the same special technique for weaving from raw silk to the completion of the patola fabric. The weaver makes the special patola loom and colouring from indigenous natural materials. Patola from the area of patan in the north Gujarat region of western India glorifies this heritage with its unique gem like qualities, gorgeous colours, designing & durability Different colour and pattern matched exactly on horizontal and vertical threads in weaving. The patola was traditionally woven in a sari length of 5 to 9 yards by 45” to 54” width. The range now extends to include tablecloth borders scarves handkerchief.


Later visit to Modhera Sun Temple, Modhera Sun Temple dates bake to early 11th centuary CE and was built by King Bhimdev I in 1026 CE. The temple at modhera is the most important of all sun temples built in the whole Gujarat. The temple is dedicated to the Sun God. The temple is magnificent and the finest example of the Hindus architecture in Gujarat. One of the most striking features of the Modhera Sun Temple that the first ray of the sun falls on the deity at the time of the equinoxes. In front of the temple is a colossal tank, which was once known as Surya Kund or Rama Kund.The tank has a series of the carved steps leading to the bottom. Later in the afternoon drive back to Ahmedabad.  Overnight Stay at Ahmedabad.

Ahmedabad Sightseeing :

After breakfast will do sightseeing of Ahmedabad as per following. Ahmedabad, founded in the year 1411 AD is located on the banks of river Sabarmati and has been named After Sultan Ahmed Shah, who was primarily responsible for building it. Today, this city is known as the ‘Manchester of the East’, one of the highly industrialized cities in India and is also India’s Textile City.

Though the capital of Gujarat was shifted from Ahmedabad to Gandhinagar, it is still the second largest Industrial city in western India. 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.

 Later visit The Swetambara Temple Hatheesing temple was built outside Delhi gate in 1850 by a rich Jain merchant Sheth Hatheesing. This is the best known of Ahmadabad’s many ornate Jain temples. It is dedicated to Dharamnath, the fifteenth Tirthankar whose status stand in the main sanctuary Built by pure marble profusely decorated with rich carving. 

Gandhi Ashram The beautiful ashram complex of Ahmadabad, with shady trees populated by thousand of parakeets, Beaters, sunbirds, squirrels, offers a refuge from the loud streets of the city and is one of the foremost tourist attractions of Ahmadabad. This ashram was Gandhi’s head quarters during the long struggle for Indian independence. His ashram was founded in 1915 and still makes handicrafts, handmade paper and spinning wheels. This ashram is open from 8.30 AM to 6.30 PM.

 Sidi Sayed mosque, built in 1573, is one of the most famous mosques of Ahmadabad. The mosque is entirely actuated. The mosque has ten screen windows (jails) on the side and rear arches.

 Later visit Adalaj, visit step well is an architectural wonder built by Queen Rudabai and is certainly one of the finest monuments of Gujarat. It is a seven-storied structure in the form of a well with chambers one behind the other. The ‘Vav’ or stepped wells of Gujarat were used as meeting and resting-places during summer since their cool interiors offered unbelievable respite from the scorching sun outside. 

Later visit Akshardham Temple (Monday Closed) Akshardham is situated in the capital city of Gandhinagar, which lies near Ahmadabad. The magnificent temple is dedicated to Lord Swaminarayan. It was constructed on the directions of Pramukh Swami Maharaj, the spiritual leader of BAPS Sanstha. The complex of this temple is the largest in Gujarat. Akshardham temple was inaugurated in the year 1992 and has become a major tourist attraction in India, during the last decade. It has a sprawling 23 acre area and is chiseled out in pink sandstone.  Overnight Stay at Ahmedabad.

Ahmedabad – Kevadia

Morning after breakfast drive Kevadai Statue of Unity It is Located close to the holy river of Narmada, Statue of Unity is an iconic representation of unity along with being the tallest statue in the world. Dedicated to the iron man of India and the man who is to be credited with the unification India, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, a visit to this statue will evoke a sense of deep patriotism and fascination within you. Later visit Statue of Unity, Sardar Sarovar Dam, Valley of flower; etc.

 Evening visit Laser show at SOU.


Notes: – Please note that all activities will remain closed at Kevadia on every Monday due to weekly holidays. If there will any government movement then management may be change the closing date without prior notice.  Stay overnight at Kevadia 

Kevadia –  Ahmedabad Departure

 Morning after breakfast drive to Ahmedabad, Later evening transfer to airport / railway station for onward journey.