Welcome to the Gujarat, it is located in the West side of the India. It’s have the many historical and UNESCO approved sites. New and Emerging trend in Gujarat sightseeing is Vallabhbhai Patel statue, it called as Statue of Unity. The reason for build this statue is commitment towards the unification of the princely states for the formation of a consolidated Indian republic. Other sightseeing like, Sabarmati Ashram, it located on the banks of the Sabarmati River, Mahatma Gandhi started this Ashram in the year 1917 for Center of India’s freedom movement. The Ashram famous for its Gandhi House Haridaya Kunj, manuscripts books, Khadi kurta and charkra in museum. It also has some Mughals mosque, builds and forts.
Chennai Airport – Ahmadabad Airport – Vadodara Airport- Chennai Airport
Morning / Afternoon
You could visit the National parks, Wildlife sanctuaries,Satpura Hills, Great Rann of Kutch, India’s longest cost line, largest white desert in the world, the first national marine park in the country, forts of Harappan civilization and handicrafts. Gujarat famous for Heritage Tourism, visit the different types of flora & fauna, Palaces, deserts, waterfalls, Eco -friendly Tourism and Jungles.
Arrival in Ahmedabad. On arrival transfer to the hotel. Begin with a visit to the well-known Sabarmati Ashram, located on the banks of the Sabarmati River. The ashram was the center of India’s freedom movement which was started off by Mahatma Gandhi in the year 1917. The place houses Hridaya Kunj, a small cottage where Gandhi Ji lived during his freedom struggle. Today, the ashram is a popular tourist attraction. It also has a museum which is known as Gandhi Smarak Sangrahalaya. The museum houses a number of photographs, manuscripts, and books on Gandhian philosophies. Belongings of Gandhi, like his writing desk, khadi kurta, and charkha, are also kept in the museum.
Later, leave for Hutheesing Jain Temple, a beautiful temple dedicated to Dharamnath- the fifteenth Tirthankar of Jains. The temple is considered one of the finest examples of Jain architecture. The star attraction of the temple is Mahavir Stambha, located in the outer courtyard of the temple.
Thereafter, proceed towards the Sidi Sayed Mosque. Built back in the year 1973, the mosque is one of the most renowned religious buildings in the city of Ahmedabad. The mosque was established by Sidi Sayed, a slave of Sultan Ahmed Shah during the Mughal reign. It was the last prominent mosque that was built in Ahmedabad during the rule of the Mughals. Return to the hotel after sightseeing and stay.
Overnight in Ahmedabad
Morning Breakfast at Hotel and we proceed to Vadodara. En route we visit Sardar Sarovar Dam – A gravity dam on the Narmada River and ‘Statue of Unity’ – the world’s tallest statue of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel.
Overnight Stay in Vadodara.
Morning Breakfast at Hotel and we visit Laxmi Vilas Palace from outside. We then proceed to Champaner – Pavagadh, declared as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. We visit the Fort of Pavagadh by Ropeway, Jama Masjid, Kalika Mata Mandir. Later, we visit Anand – the place where the Amul factory was established.
Overnight stay at Vadodara.
Morning Breakfast at Hotel andwe visit Dandi Beach, one of the most significant places in the Indian history. Departure from Vadodara to hometown.