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Gujarat is one of India’s holiest places. It is the birthplace of Lord Krishna. This hallowed site is home to a plethora of holy temples that allow worshippers to immerse themselves in spirituality in the midst of complete tranquilly. This location’s holiness may be dated back to the Mahabharata era. This four-night, five-day itinerary takes visitors on a comprehensive and enjoyable tour of Gujarat’s most prominent temples.
Rajkot, Dwarka, Porbandar, Veraval, and Somnath are among the places visited on this itinerary. Visits to Dwarakadhish Temple, Kirti Mandir, Mahatma Gandhi’s house in Porbandar, and the Somnath Temple, which is one of the twelve most holy Shrines – Jyotirlinga, dedicated to Lord Shiva, are among the trip’s highlights. The excursion is ideal for travellers with a spiritual bent who want to experience Gujarat’s tranquilly.
Meet our agent at the Rajkot airport in the morning who will drive you to Dwaraka. You will arrive in Dwaraka in the evening and settle into your pre-arranged hotel. We'll leave later to go to the temple and participate in the evening Aarti. A hotel stay for the night.
We shall visit the Dwarakadhish Temple in the morning after breakfast. We'll drive to Porbandar after touring the temple. Porbandar is a charming historic seaport located on Gujarat's western coast. It was Mahatma Gandhi's birthplace.Stay in a hotel in Porbandar for the night.
We will visit the Kirti Mandir or the Gandhi residence in Porbandar after breakfast in the morning. In this year, Mahatma Gandhi, the nation's father, was born. This house has 17 rooms and is three stories tall. Following our excursion to Porbandar, we will drive to Veraval and spend the night in a hotel.
We'll drive a little further in the morning to see the fabled seaside temple of Somnath. This temple is a Jyotirlinga, one of the twelve most important shrines dedicated to Lord Shiva. Return to the hotel in Somnath for an overnight stay later.
Today, we'll drive to the Rajkot airport to catch a flight to our next destination.