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Mumbai to Ahmedabad Discover Gujarat Overland Tour

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Embark on a captivating Mumbai to Ahmedabad Discover Gujarat Overland Tour, spanning 16 days of exploration through the diverse landscapes and rich heritage of western India. Begin your journey in Mumbai, the bustling metropolis known for its vibrant street life and iconic landmarks. Traverse through coastal towns like Daman and Diu, soaking in the Portuguese-influenced architecture and pristine beaches. Discover the awe-inspiring Statue of Unity and delve into the region's ancient history at UNESCO-listed archaeological sites like Champaner-Pavagadh. Conclude your adventure in Ahmedabad, Gujarat's cultural and commercial hub, with its majestic forts, historic mosques, and a treasure trove of museums showcasing the state's vibrant heritage.



Day 1: Mumbai Arrival

Upon landing at Mumbai's Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport, you'll be warmly welcomed by our representative. A comfortable transfer will lead you to your chosen hotel. After settling in, enjoy a rejuvenating stroll along Marine Drive, often termed the Queen's Necklace due to its sparkling shoreline, or dive into Mumbai's famed street food delights, sampling local favorites like Vada Pav and Pav Bhaji.


Day 2: Mumbai City Exploration

Post breakfast, delve into Mumbai's rich heritage. Visit the Gateway of India, a monumental landmark overlooking the Arabian Sea. Explore the UNESCO-listed Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (CST), an architectural marvel that combines Victorian Gothic and Indian styles. The vast collection at the Prince of Wales Museum offers a deep dive into art, culture, and natural history. Gain insights into Mahatma Gandhi's life at Mani Bhavan, where you can view photographs, letters, and personal belongings. The unique Dhobi Ghat provides a fascinating glimpse into Mumbai's age-old laundry system, where thousands of clothes are washed and sorted every day.


Day 3: Mumbai to Daman (190km)

Embark on a scenic drive to Daman, a coastal town boasting Portuguese architecture. Visit the Cathedral of Bom Jesus, an imposing edifice showcasing intricate woodwork and ornate altars. Stroll along the Arabian Sea coastline, admiring the historical forts like Moti Daman Fort and Nani Daman Fort. Don't miss the Jampore Beach, offering panoramic views of the sea and a range of water activities.


Day 4: Daman to Ankleshwar (200km)

Journey to Ankleshwar and explore the Shri Ankleshwar Tirth, a tranquil Jain pilgrimage site. Admire the intricately carved temples dedicated to various Jain Tirthankaras. Dive into the town's vibrant markets, offering traditional handicrafts, textiles, and artifacts. The Golden Bridge over the Narmada River is a marvel of engineering and offers scenic views.


Day 5: Ankleshwar to Statue of Unity (90km)

Visit the awe-inspiring Statue of Unity, dedicated to Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel. Standing at 182 meters, it is the world's tallest statue. Explore the statue's museum, which chronicles Patel's life and his pivotal role in India's freedom struggle. Attend the Light and Sound show in the evening, a multimedia presentation that brings Patel's inspiring journey to life with visual effects and narration.


Day 6: Statue of Unity to Vadodara (150km)

En route to Vadodara, discover the UNESCO-listed Champaner-Pavagadh Archaeological Park. Explore the well-preserved ruins of ancient forts, mosques, and tombs that offer a glimpse into the region's rich history. In Vadodara, explore the grand Lakshmi Vilas Palace, an Indo-Saracenic architectural marvel. Pay homage to Mahatma Gandhi at Kirti Mandir, a memorial showcasing his life, teachings, and the story of India's struggle for independence.


Day 7: Vadodara to Bhavnagar (200km)

Drive to Bhavnagar, stopping at the archaeological site of Lothal, an ancient city from the Indus Valley Civilization. Explore the well-planned city layout, advanced drainage system, and intricate craftsmanship. In Bhavnagar, wander through the bustling bazaars, visit historical sites like Takhteshwar Temple, and relax by the tranquil Gaurishankar Lake.


Day 8: Bhavnagar to Junagadh (215km)

Visit the Palitana Temples en route to Junagadh. These sacred temples atop the Shatrunjaya Hills are a pilgrimage site for Jains and offer panoramic views of the surrounding countryside. In Junagadh, explore the Uparkot Fort, an ancient fortification with deep moats and massive gateways. Discover the Ashokan Edicts and the magnificent Mahabat Maqbara, an imposing mausoleum with intricate carvings and domes.


Day 9: Junagadh to Sasan Gir (70km)

Begin your day with a visit to the majestic Uparkot Fort, offering panoramic views of Junagadh. A short drive takes you to Sasan Gir National Park, the last abode of the endangered Asiatic lions. Check into a wildlife resort nestled amidst nature, gearing up for an exhilarating wildlife safari. The sanctuary is also home to leopards, deer, and a variety of bird species, making it a paradise for nature enthusiasts.


Day 10: Sasan Gir to Diu (100km)

Embark on an early morning safari in Gir Wildlife Sanctuary to witness the majestic lions in their natural habitat. Later, drive to Diu, a tranquil coastal town renowned for its pristine beaches and Portuguese heritage. Explore the Diu Fort, an imposing structure overlooking the sea. Visit St. Paul's Church, one of the oldest churches in India, and relax on the sandy shores of Nagoa Beach.


Day 11: Diu Exploration

Uncover Diu's hidden treasures, including the Naida Caves with their intriguing rock formations and the Diu Museum, which offers a deep dive into the region's rich cultural heritage. The bustling markets of Diu beckon with their vibrant array of handicrafts, textiles, and local delicacies like seafood and traditional sweets.


Day 12: Diu to Dwarka (330km)

Embark on a picturesque drive to Dwarka, the sacred city associated with Lord Krishna. En route, offer prayers at the revered Somnath Temple, one of the 12 Jyotirlinga shrines dedicated to Lord Shiva. Pay homage to Mahatma Gandhi at Kirti Mandir in Porbandar, his birthplace. As you reach Dwarka, the serene Dwarkadhish Temple and the holy Gomti Ghat await your exploration.


Day 13: Dwarka to Rajkot (225km)

Seek blessings at the Dwarkadhish Temple, a significant Char Dham pilgrimage site. Post breakfast, explore Dwarka's spiritual ambiance. Later, drive to Rajkot, known for its cultural heritage and vibrant bazaars. Visit the Watson Museum and Kaba Gandhi No Delo, Mahatma Gandhi's childhood residence, which now houses a museum showcasing his life and teachings.


Day 14: Rajkot to Ahmedabad (215km)

Explore Rajkot's cultural tapestry at the Watson Museum, which offers a treasure trove of historical artifacts, and Kaba Gandhi No Delo, which provides insights into Mahatma Gandhi's formative years. Later, drive to Ahmedabad, Gujarat's vibrant cultural and commercial hub.


Day 15: Ahmedabad Sightseeing

Discover Ahmedabad's rich history at Sabarmati Ashram, Mahatma Gandhi's residence and center of India's freedom struggle. The intricate carvings of Hatheesing Jain Temple mesmerize visitors with their beauty. Explore the historic Bhadra Fort, a symbol of the city's grandeur, and the Sidi Saiyyed Mosque, renowned for its exquisite Indo-Islamic architecture. The Vechaar Utensils Museum showcases a unique collection of traditional utensils, while the Adalaj Step-well is an architectural marvel with intricate carvings and a fascinating history.


Day 16: Ahmedabad to Mumbai Departure

Conclude your memorable journey with a drive back to Mumbai. Spend your day exploring Mumbai's vibrant streets, indulging in local cuisine like Pav Bhaji, Bhel Puri, and Vada Pav, or shopping for souvenirs at popular markets like Colaba Causeway and Crawford Market. Our representative will ensure a smooth transfer to Mumbai airport, bidding you farewell with cherished memories of Gujarat's diverse landscapes, rich heritage, and warm hospitality.

- Assistance on arrival at airport.

- 15 Nights' accommodation in selected price category hotels.

- Daily breakfast at hotels.

- Private AC car/van for airport transfers, sightseeing, and excursions as per the program.

- English speaking tour guide on sightseeing days (local guide in each city), as per program.

- Monument entrances and activities charges mentioned in the itinerary.

- 1-Time shared Gypsy safari in Gir National Park with naturalist.

- Bottled drinking water in car.

- Government taxes.


Hotels used or similar for 15 nights accommodation

Mumbai x 2 nights
3* - Hotel Suba Palace/ BW Hotel Sahil
4* - Sun-N-Sand Hotel/ Fariyas Hotel
5* - Trident Hotel/ ITC Grand Central

Daman x 1 night
3* - Silver Sands Beach Resort/ Sea Rock Inn
4* - The Gold Beach Resort/ The Deltin
5* - The Gold Beach Resort/ The Deltin

Ankleshwar x 1 night
3*/4*/5* - Lords Plaza/ Regenta Central Harimangla

Kevadia x 1 night
3* - Tent City Narmada / Brg Budget Stay
4* - Statue of Unity Tent City 1 - Royal Cottages/  Ramada Encore
5* - Statue of Unity Tent City 1 - Royal Villa

Vadodara x 1 night
3* - Tansha Comfort Regency/ Suba Elite Fatehganj
4* - Royal Orchid Central/ Lemon Tree Hotel
5* - Welcomehotel Vadodra/ Vivanta Vadodara

Bhavnagar x 1 night
3* - Efcee Sarovar Portico/ The Fern Bhavnagar
4* &  - Nilambag Palace Hotel/ The Fern Bhavnagar

Junagarh x 1 night
3* - The Byke Suraj Club/ Click Hotel
4* & 5* - Bellevue Sarovar Portico/ Hotel Harmony - Junagadh

Sasan Gir x 1 night
3* - The Fern Gir Forest Resort/ Lion Safari Camp
4* - The Fern Gir Forest Resort/ Lion Safari Camp
5* - Woods at Sasan/ The Gateway Hotel Gir Forest

Diu x 2 night
3* - Krishna Beach Resorts/ Kostamar Beach Resort
4* & 5* - Radhika Beach Resort/ Azzaro Resorts & Ganga Spa

Dwarka x 1 night
3*, 4* & 5* - The Fern Sattva Resort/ Dwarkadhish Lords Eco Inn

Rajkot x 1 night
3* - The Fern Residency/ Marasa Sarovar Portico
4* & 5* - Fortune Park JPS Grand/ Regency Lagoon Resort

Ahmedabad x 2 night
3* - WelcomHeritage Mani Mansion/ Parker Lords Eco Inn
4* - Ramada Hotel/ Lemon Tree Premier 
5* - The House of MG/ Le Meridien

- Ahmedabad - Mumbai flight fare approx INR 5000 per person in economy class.

- Camera charges at monuments if any.

- Meals other than mentioned in the inclusions.

- Expenses of personal nature like liquor, laundry, tips, telephone, fax, internet etc. 

- Gratuities and optional activities.

- Anything not mentioned in inclusions.