Visit Jama Maszid, Sidi Saiyed's Mosque, Hathee Singh Jain Temple, Sabarmati Ashram, Adalaj Stepwell and Akshardham Temple.
Duration : 8 Hrs / Full Day Tour
Visit Sabarmati Ashram ,Lothal ,Uthellya , Sarkhej Roza
Duration : 8 Hrs / Full Day
Situated at a distance of 80 kms from Ahmedabad, Lothal city is one of the well known cities of the ancient Indus valley civilization. The origin and history of Lothal can be dated back to 2400 BC. Lothal in Gujarat is one of the primary sites of archaeology. Though, it was discovered in the year 1954, but its excavation work began on the February 13, 1955, which continued till May 19, 1960. It was done by the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI). Read on to know more about Lothal in India.
Lothal has enjoyed the status of being the leading center of trade in the bygone times. It was actively involved in the trade of beads, gems and expensive ornaments that were exported to West Asia and Africa. The techniques that were used by the people of this city brought a lot of name and fame to them. People are of the say that, the scientists of Lothal were the ones to initiate the study stars and advanced navigation.
Visit Patan & Modhera Visit
Duration : 8 hrs / Full Day
Modhera : 99 kms from Ahmedabad, the 11th century Sun temple of Modhera is easily one of the finest examples of devotional in western India. Built by the Solanki Rajput kings, the aid of donations from the people, the temple features carved torana arches mounted on kirti stambhas (pillars of victory) as the entrances, a large rectangular stepped with 108 smaller shrines, an exquisite 52 pillared portico, beautiful domed central portion and a sanctum sanctoruim designed so that the sun light fell on the bejewelled statue of the God, specially at sunrise during the equinox. The exterior of temple is carved with traditional erotic scenes, rivalling at Konark and Khajurao, and depictions of various Gods and, while inside are friezes of the Mahabharata and portrayed on the pillars. The temple is framed by a well garden, and sits on the banks of river Pushpawati. There is a cafeteria here run by the Tourism corporation of India tea, and a PWD Guest House.
Patan : nother fine example of the Solanki period architecture can be seen at Anahilwada Patan, the capital of Gujarat from the 8th century till Ahmed Shah moved his seat of power to the larger and more impressive citadel of Ahmedabad in the 15th century. It saw the The greatest reminder of the golden period of Gujarat under the Solanki kings can be seen at the Rani-ki-Vav stepwell some distance from the town centre. Built in the 1050s and named for Rani Udamati, wife of Maharajah Bhim Deva and daughter-in-law of Mulraja, founder of Solanki rule in Gujarat, the stepwell is the oldest and perhaps the grandest among the 120 plus step wells in Gujarat. It's massive size can best be measured by comparism with the tourists who descend the steps and seen from above look little more than ants swarming an a
Visit : Maharaja Fatesingh Museum , Laxmi Vilas Palace, Baroda Museum And Picture Gallery , World Heritage Site Champaner , Champaner-Pavagadh
Duration : 8 Hrs / Full Day
Vadodara is a graceful city of palaces, parks, temples and museums and considered by many as the de-facto cultural capital of Gujarat. Once the capital of the Gaekwads, the former rulers of Vadodara, it is also known as Baroda and rises from the banks of River Vishwamitri. Vadodara is also the industrial capital of Gujarat.
Archaeological findings indicate that human habitations existed here since prehistoric times. Vadodara passed through the hands of, the Guptas, Chalukyas, Rashtrakubas, Solankis, the Sultans of Delhi and the Mughals before passing on to the Marathas. It owes its present day grandeur to Maharaja Sayajirao, a great patron of art, architecture and music.
Visit Sabarmati, Jain Hutheesing Temple ,Gandhi Ashram,Sidi Saiyyed Mosque, Jama Masjid,Adalaj Stepwell
Duration : 8 Hrs
Discover the popular places of worship of Ahmedabad and gain insight into centuries of Indian history on this private 8-hour sightseeing tour. Explore Ahmedabad with a private guide and take in top attractions including the Jain Hutheesing Temple and Gandhi Ashram — once home to Mahatma Gandhi. Afternoon , visit the 16th-century Sidi Saiyyed Mosque and Sarkhej Roza. Marvel at the famous Jama Masjid and discover local sites of interest such as the 15th-century Adalaj Stepwell. This private 8-hour tour includes pickup and drop-off at your Ahmedabad hotel.
Visit arkhej Roza , Utensils Museum at Vishala Restaurant
Duration - 4 Hrs
Relish a 4-hour private evening tour in Ahmedabad with your guide. Visit the unique Sarkhej Roza mosque and the riverfront on the Sabarmati River. Enjoy a walk through the unique utensil museum followed by an a la carte dinner at Vishalla Restaurant.Transportation, dinner and entrance fees to the mosque are included.
Welcome to Ahmedabad city. You will be transferred 5 am to 5 pm Pvt Transfer from Airport -Hotel Or Airport- Hotel within Ahmedabad City Limits with Safe and reliable driver and comfortable ride.
Welcome to Ahmedabad city. You will be transferred 24 x 7 Pvt Transfer from Ahmedabad Airport/Hotel to Udaipur Hotel with Safe and reliable driver and comfortable ride.
Welcome to Ahmedabad city. You will be transferred 24 x 7 Pvt Transfer from Ahmedabad Airport/Hotel to Rajkot Hotel with Safe and reliable driver and comfortable ride.
Welcome to Ahmedabad city. You will be transferred 24 x 7 Pvt Transfer from Ahmedabad Airport/Hotel to Surat with Safe and reliable driver and comfortable ride.
Visit Ambaji Temple
Open all days of the week
Timing: 7:15 - 11:30 AM, 12 - 4:15 PM, 6:30 - 9:00 PM.
This is the principal shrine of a goddess who has been worshiped since the pre-Vedic period. She is often referred to as Arasuri Amba, named for the location of the temple in the Arasur hills, near the source of the Saraswati river at the south-western end of the Aravali mountain range.
The red flag above the small temple dances welcomingly in the wind. Made of white marble with gold cones, the temple was originally built by Nagar Brahmins. There is a main entrance in the front and only a small side-door, because it is believed that Mataji (another name for Ambaji) has forbidden the addition of any other door. The temple is surrounded by an open square called chachar chowk where ceremonial sacrifices called havans are performed.
The inner sanctum of the temple has silver-plated doors. There is a gokh, or niche, in the wall on which is fixed a old-plated marble inscription of the Viso Yantra, a Vedic text on sacred geometry, which is the main focus of worship. There is no idol of the goddess, perhaps because the temple is so ancient that it predates idol-worship, but the priests decorate the upper portion of the gokh in such a way that it looks like an idol of a goddess from a distance.
Be sure to look across the temple (i.e. with your back facing the goddess) at the other temple on the Gabbar, considered the original abode of the goddess. At a short distance from the Ambaji temple is a large rectangular kund, with steps on all its four sides, called Mansarovar.
Visit Statue of Unity: World's Tallest Statue Museum, Audio Visual Gallery, Valley of Flowers, Sardar Sarovar Dam, Access to Viewing Gallery & Witness Laser projection show in the evening Light and Sound show and Bus Service.
CLOSED ON MONDAY
The Statue of Unity is a colossal statue of Indian statesman and independence activist Vallabhbhai Patel (1875–1950), who was the first Deputy Prime Minister and Home minister of independent India and adherent of Mahatma Gandhi during the non-violent Indian Independence movement. Patel was highly respected for his leadership in uniting 562 princely states of India with a major part of the former British Raj to form the single Union of India. The statue is located in the state of Gujarat, India. It is the world's tallest statue with a height of 182 metres (597 feet). It is located on the Narmada River in the Kevadiya colony, facing the Sardar Sarovar Dam 100 kilometres (62 mi) southeast of the city of Vadodara and 150 kilometres (93 mi) from Surat.