The State of Gujarat overlooks the Arabian Sea, joining the coastal area immediately north of Mumbai to the almost lunar expanses of the Kutch, bordering the Indus delta, which during the monsoon season turns into a sort of island separated from the rest of the mainland. Despite being rich in cultural, ethnic and artistic heritage of great value, Gujarat still remains today a region that is not touched by tourist itineraries: a land of conquest over the centuries, a melting pot of cultures and commerce, where the inhabitants have developed of tolerance which in the past allowed the birth of a comfortable middle class made up of merchants and craftsmen. The ancient capital Ahmedabad is still today one of the major industrial and commercial centers of India, rich in monuments and buildings of Islamic architecture; but there are many other archaeological and pilgrimage sites of great religious and cultural importance such as the wonderful temples of Palitana. In the Kutch region there are semi-nomadic communities dedicated to sheep farming for centuries. A trip to Gujarat will be a journey through time. An excellent spirit of adaptation is required for the long journeys on roads that are not always in excellent condition, for the commitment of the visits, and for the food which can sometimes be very spicy. 


Upon arrival customs formalities, meeting with our representative, and transfer to hotel for overnight.

Morning visit of Bombay, the economic capital of India Prince of Wales Museum, Mani Bhawan, former residence of Mahatma Gandhi, now a museum, Kamla Nehru Park and Marine Drive. In the afternoon visit the Gateway of India and excursion to Elephanta Island to admire the magnificent rock-cut temples. Overnight at Hotel.

Breakfast at the hotel and departure for Bhavnagar with scheduled flight. Arrive at Bhavnagar and check into hotel. Afternoon visit to the Takhteshwar temple, a temple embellished by its stupendous inlays on white marble, dedicated to the God Shiva and positioned on a hill, followed by a visit to the Gandhi Smriti, an institution that collects photos, documents and objects from the life of Mahatma Gandhi and other It’s time for the British Museum with its coin collection. Overnight at Hotel.

Breakfast at the hotel and excursion to Palitana (60 km. 1 hour approximately) the Jainist temple complex to see the splendid temples: it is a place of Jain and Hindu pilgrimage, many of their holiest temples are located along the hills and mountains around (to admire Palitana in all its beauty you have to walk a path of about 3 km interspersed with 3950 steps (you will be transferred with porters), return to Bhavnagar, overnight at the hotel.

DAY 05 : BHAVNAGAR – GONDAL (160 km. 3 hours approximately)
Breakfast at the hotel and departure for Gondal, arrival and accommodation at the hotel. Afternoon visit the strange collection of vintage cars, and the Palace of Maharajah Bhagwat Singh ji by the lake. Overnight at Hotel.

 DAY 6th : BHAVNAGAR – GONDAL – SOMNATH – VERAVAL (140 km. 3 hours approximately)
Breakfast at the hotel and visit the Swaminarayan Temple and the Ayurvedic Library, which contains a series of natural medicines according to ancient traditional principles. Midday transfer to Somnath, to visit the famous temple. Accommodation in hotel in Veraval, and overnight.

DAY 07 : VERAVAL – PORBANDAR – DWARKA (225 km. 5 hours approximately)
After breakfast, departure for Porbandar, and visit of the Kirti Temple, famous as the birthplace of Mahatma Gandhi. Visit its museum and Sudama temple. Continuation to Dwarka. Arrival and accommodation in a hotel for overnight.

After breakfast visit the lovely town of Dwarka, known in ancient texts as the Golden City as well as the Hindu Gita and the Puranas. It is part of the legends connected to Lord Krishna, in fact, it is an important Hindu pilgrimage center. Dwarka Dhish temple with its ghats, also known as Jagat Mandir, is the most famous in the city. It has five stories and is supported by sixty “Sihikar” pillars and reaches a height of 170 feet. The other temples of Dwarka are the Trikamji, the Kalyanrai, the Patrani, and the Durva. Legend has it that Dwarka was submerged by the sea six times and is now living her seventh life. Afternoon excursion to Bet Dwarka by boat to visit Nageshwar temple. Return to Dwarka for overnight at the hotel.

DAY 09: DWARKA – RAJKOT (255 km. 6 hours approx) – MUMBAI
Half Board: Breakfast at hotel and transfer to Rajkot for departure by scheduled flight to Mumbai, arrival in Mumbai and transfer to hotel.

Departure with a scheduled flight to Italy and overnight on board. On the early morning arrival in Italy.

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