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Saurastra with Kutch Tour 5 Nights 6 Days

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5 Nights 6 Days
Tour Details

Saurashtra, also known as United State of Kathiawar, was a separate, western State within the Union of India from 1948 until 1956, on Saurashtra alias Kathiawar peninsula, with Rajkot as its capital, on territory now part of Gujarat state.

Stretching along the Tropic of Cancer, from Rajasthan to the edge of Pakistan and the Arabian Sea, Kutch covers a little over 45000 sq km and is geographically one of India’s largest and most distinctive districts.

Departure & Return Location

Ahmedabad (Google Map)

Price Includes

  • 5 Nights Hotel Accomodation
  • Tour Guide
  • Meals as per Itinerary
  • All transportation on Private Basis

Price Excludes

  • Entrance Fees
  • Any Personal Expenses
  • Any Expenses not mentioned in Included
When to Visit

The Best Time To Visit Saurastra & Kutch is during November to February, during the winter months, when the weather is much more pleasant than the summers, when the heat can sometimes get unbearable enough to interfere with sightseeing.



  • Start from Ahmedabad for Bhuj. The distance is around 340 kms.
  • Most important town of the Kutch region, Bhuj is a fascinating tourist attraction with amazing handicrafts and gigantic palaces that possess an eerie beauty. Moreover, Bhuj is an ideal textile tourism destination and attracts millions of people from across the world.
  • The city was formed in 1510 by Rao Hamirji and later in 1549 it became the capital state by Rao Khengarji.
  • Reach, check-in in to the hotel, freshen up and start for local sightseeing which includes Aina Mahal, Hamisar Lake, Swaminarayan Temple, etc.
  • Overnight at Hotel


  • Today embark on a spiritual journey to Mata na Madh then to Narayan Sarovar.
  • Mata na Madh : This shrine or Ashapura is steeped in antiquity as far as its origin is concerned. There are references to this goddess in the Puranas, Rudrayamal Tantra and so on which are all said to point to this shrine in Kutch.
  • Later visit Narayan Sarovar, Narayan Sarovar, one of the holiest lakes of Hindus, is sacred to Lord Narayan, an incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Located 100 km away from Bhuj, the lake is an agglomeration of five lakes (collectively called Panch-Sarovar; Mansarovar, Bindu Sarovar, Narayan Sarovar, Pampa Sarovar and Pushkar Sarovar) and is considered a sacred pilgrimage destination for the orthodox Hindus.
  • Remember to visit Koteshwar Temple which is just 5 kms away from this place.
  • Overnight at Hotel Bhuj 


  • Today we visit the Mandvi, it is 58 kms from Bhuj. It was once a major port of the region and summer retreat for Maharao of the Kutch State.
  • On the way one can visit 72 Jinalay, a Jain Temple 10 kms before Mandvi. The carving work on wall and pillars with spectacular work done on inner side of central domes mostly built with white marble looks very elegant. The temple has 72 Deris of lord Mahavir. A visit to Temple will leave you awestruck.
  • Upon reaching Mandvi, check-in to the hotel. After Lunch visit to Vijay Vilas Palace, The Wind Farms Beach, Shyamji Krishna Varma Smarak, etc can be visited.
  • Later Proceed to Gandhidham, a commercial capital of Kutch. The town was created in the early 1950s for the resettlement of the refugees from Sindh in the aftermath of the partition of India.
  • Kandla Port is only 13 kms from Gandhidham, it boost of India’s hub for exporting grains and importing oil and one of the highest-earning ports in the country. A prior permission is required to visit port from port authorities.
  • Overnight at Hotel


  • Upon reaching Dwarka, check-in to hotel and visit for Darshan at Shree Dwarkadhish Mandir. The Dwarkadhish Temple, also known as the Jagat Mandir (universal shrine) or trilok sundar is devoted to Lord Krishna.
  • Also visit the Lakhota Lake, Lakhota Museum and the Bala Hanuman Temple on the way. The Lakhota Lake is a bird watchers paradise. Lakhota Museum cum palace was originally a fort. The museum now displays the artifacts and art pieces from the 9th to the 18th century.
  • Later, head out to visit the Rukmini Temple. The Rukmini temple is located just 2 kms away from Dwarka. It is an epitome of the traditional architectural aspects of the state.
  • Overnight at Dwarka Hotel


  • Proceed to Bet Dwarka, which is a small island, ideal for marine excursions and camping.
  • After a 15 minute walk, you will reach the Shri Krishna temple which is 500 years old and also Dandiwala Hanuman Temple is located nearby.
  • Begin your journey to Somnath via Porbandar in the morning and en route, catch the glimpses of the Tara Mandir Planetarium, Kirti Mandir and Chowpaty.
  • Continue travelling to Somnath. Once you arrive at Somnath, check in to your hotel and relax.
  • Later, set out to visit Bhalka Tirth and Somnath Temple.
  • Overnight at Somnath Hotel


  • In the morning, get ready to go to Ahmedabad via Junagadh. On the way, visit Uparkot Fort, Ashok Rock Edict and the Junagadh Museum.
  • Uparkot is the oldest part of Junagadh built by Chandragupta Maurya.
  • The Ashoka Rock Edicts are seen at the foothills of Mount Girnar.
  • The Junagadh Museum is known for holding the prehistoric stone and bone implements, 9th-century stone carvings and many bronzes, manuscripts, silverwork, glass crafts, woodcarvings, textiles and other items.
  • Reach Ahmedabad with lovely memories and selfies.
  • Tour Ends


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