Ahmedabad (550Km/11Hrs from Mumbai)
It is from the austere habitat of Sabarmati at Ahmedabad, that the Father of the Nation’ - Mahatma Gandhi took on the mighty British Empire, and gave human race one of its most remarkable ways to fight oppression through non-violence.Hatheesing Jain Temple
Today visit Patan that has over 100 Jain temples; the most significant being the Mahavir Swami Derasar in Dhandherwad and splendor of Rani ki Vav. Later proceed to visit the Sun Temple at Modhera. Optional make a visit to Ambaji Temple (180Km from Ahmedabad and 120Km from Modhera) to offer your prayers.
Gondal (270Km/6Hrs from Ahmedabad 165Km /4Hrs from Somnath)
The state was ruled by a dynasty of the Krishna-vanshi Jadeja Rajput clan from Thakur Shri Kumboji in the 1600AD.Visit the Virpur Jalaram Bapa Temple Orchard Palace Retreat, the, Naulakha Palace, the Royal Palace and the Veri Lake.
Somnath (250Km/6Hrs from Dwaraka)
The Someshwar Mahadev temple is the seventh temple built to commemorate the glory of Lord Somnath who was known as Bhairaveshwar in the Satya Yug, Shravanikeshwar in Treta Yug and Shrigaleshwar in Dwapar Yug.The moon God built the temple in gold, Ravan in silver, Krishna in wood and king Bhimdev of Anhilwad in stone.
Dwarka (135 Km / 3 Hrs from Jamnagar and 250Km from Somnath )
Dwarka, on the west coast of Gujarat is sanctified as the place by the temple of Dwarakadheesh, also known as Jagat Mandir.Visit Rukmani Devi temple and Lord Nageshwar Temple, one of the twelve Jyothirlingas and is about 12 kms on way from Gomti-Dwarka to Bet-Dwarka.
Gir National Park & Wildlife Sanctuary comprises 1412 sq km of deciduous forest interspersed with semi-evergreen and evergreen flora, acacia, scrub jungle, grasslands and rocky hills.The best way to observe the big cats is, of course, in their natural surroundings, at dawn and dusk, when they are on the prowl. Wildlife viewing in the Gir’s is best done, by driving via jeep around the forest.
Diu (70Km/2hr from Sasan Gir 370Km/8Hrs from Ahmedabad)
Today your journey takes you to the beach town of Diu. The day is at leisure to laze and relax on the beach, enjoy the Nagoya Beach located in the Nagoa hamlet. The horseshoe beach is exceptionally beautiful and quiet. Proceed on a city tour visiting St. Paul's Church, Diu Museum and the Diu Fort.
Jamnagar (305 Km / 6hrs from Ahmedabad and 135 Km / 3 Hrs from Dwaraka)
At Jamnagar visit Bala Hanuman Temple famous for the continuous chanting of the mantra "Sri Ram, Jai Ram, Jai Jai Ram" from 1964, the chant continues for 24 hours a day, in shifts, and is still continuing. Later visit the nearby Lakhota lake and the Fort.
Kutch Region (340Km /6Hrs from Ahmedabad)
The Rann of Kutch is famous among travellers for its desert's snow white like appearance that is created by the marshy salt layer. Visit the Prag Mahal, Aaina Mahal, Ramkund Stepwell, along with natural attractions for travellers including Narayan Sarovar, Wild Ass Sanctuary, and Chinkara Sanctuary.
Dwaraka (220Km/4Hrs and 215 Km/4hrs Ahmedabad) Rajkot was founded by Vibhaji Ajoji Jadeja in 1612 AD, in the middle of Saurashtra. The main tourist attractions in Rajkot are the Mahatma Gandhi House or Karba Gandhi No Delo, Watson museum, Aji Dam, Jagat Mandir.
Junagadh ( 310Km / 6hrs from Ahmedabad 90Km from Somnath)The city of Junagadh, along with Mt. Girnar that looks down upon it, appear in stories and hearsay from long ago, beginning with associations with Lord Krishna. Make a visit to Uparkot ,Adi Kadi Vav,Caves,...Optional visit the girnar hills for offering prayers at Ambe Temple one have to climb 5000 steps to reach the temple.
Surat ( 260Km/4hrs from Ahmedabad) is associated with the name Saurashtra, 'The Good Land', the regions covering the peninsula of Gujarat. It is situated on the banks of the Tapti river and. it is a busy commercial centre for textiles and diamonds.The main tourist attractions in Surat are the castle, tombs, mosques and temples.
Vadodara, a city in Gujarat , also known as Baroda, is named for the vad (banyan) trees that flourish in the area. Vadodara is built across the bank of Vishwamitri River. Visit Laxmi Vilas Palace , Baroda Museum & Picture Gallery, Sayaji Baug
Statue of Unity
Kevadia (90Km /2Hr from Vadodara) The Statue of Unity is the world’s tallest statue with a height of 182 metres. A huge exhibition hall covering an area of 4,647 square metres has been set up in the pedestal of the Statue of Unity. The hall showcases the life of Sardar Patel, his contributions to the Freedom & his role in the merger of princely states. Also Visit Shoolpaneshwar Wildlife Sanctuary, Sardar Sarovar Dam ,Valley of flowers