Highlights Of Gujarat

India

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Superb Jain, Hindu and Islamic architecture, Asiatic lions and tribal villages

Itinerary

Sunset at Chowpatty Beach sampling local treats; drive to see Mumbai by night.

Mumbai city sightseeing; overnight train to Ahmedabad in Gujarat

Arrive Ahmedabad and transfer to the hotel; Heritage walk; Mahatma Gandhi ashram 

Visit UNESCO World Heritage site of Rani-Ka-Vav and the Patola Heritage museum; drive to Bajana. 

Leaving Bajana we drive to Bhuj 

Full day excursion to Banni tribal villages to explore their cultures and crafts

Drive from Bhuj to historic Jamnagar; lake and bazaar walk

Drive to Junagadh; evening stroll through old town; visit the Mahabat Maqbara 

Drive to Gir National Park via Uperkot Fort; afternoon jeep safari 

Early morning jeep safari; travel to the Island of Dui

Optional early morning visit to Vanakbara fishing village; then drive to Bhavnagar

Drive to the World Heritage site of Champaner-Pavagadh then overnight in Ahmedabad

Trip ends after breakfast in Ahmedabad

Additional Information

A visit to Gujarat is off the well-trodden tourist tracks of northern India and yet it is still a state as richly endowed as its well-known neighbour Rajasthan. The Asiatic lion used to roam from east of the Indus River into central India and as far away as eastern Turkey, Iran and Mesopotamia. Today however the Gir National Park in Gujarat is the last refuge of this endangered big cat.  Our trip includes two safaris in search of this distinct species of lion. We also open up the door to unique tribal villages in Bhuj, the unusual salt marshes of the Great Rann of Kutch, exploration of a marine national park with a naturalist and superb Jain, Hindu and Islamic architecture.    

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Starting From

$2,349/person

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Details

Duration

13 Days

Starts

India

Group Size

4-16

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