Gujarat is a land which, for a long time, has attracted people from all over the world. With the availability of abundant sightseeing opportunities, one can easily escape the hectic city life. The Dwarka Somnath Diu Gir Tour Package offers fun activities of every kind so that you get to experience the best of Gujarat in every form.
- Fun Dwarka sightseeing - Lakhota lake, hanuman mandir etc.
- Somnath mandir darshan
- Porbandar visit
- Fun and relaxing visit to Diu
- Adventurous visit to Gir
Day 1 :Jamnagar – Dwarka (2.5 Hours 130km)
After your arrival at Jamnagar, you will be preceded to Dwarka on a bus with the help of our representatives. On arrival to Dwarka, you will be immediately checked into your hotel where you will freshen up and relax for a bit. After breakfast, you will then head to Lakhota Lake and Lakhota museum. Here you will be served with some delicious lunch after which you will visit the much revered Bala Hanuman temple. Finally, you will head back to the hotel and have your delicious dinner and have an overnight stay.
Day 2 :Dwarka – Porbandar – Somnath (4 Hours 20 Mins / 235km)
After a hearty meal, you will then be taken for a visit to the mystical temples of Somnath via Porbandar. In Porbandar, you will be taken to one of the most famous sights, i.e. the Tara Mandir planetarium. Being the delivery location of Sudama this region holds a lot of importance. After lunch, another site visit will be to Kirti Mandir, the birthplace of Mahatma Gandhi. The trip will then continue to Bhalka tirtha temple dedicated to Lord Krishna. Finally, you will reach Somnath where you will be taken to your hotel for stay and dinner.
Day 3 :Somnath – Diu (1 Hour 40 Mins / 77km)
In the morning you will attend the morning Aarti at Somnath temple and experience spirituality in its purest form. You will then be served breakfast after which you will start your travel for Diu, an island off the Southern coast of Gujarat and a part of Daman and Diu union territory. Upon arrival, you will be immediately checked into a hotel where you can relax and have your lunch. In the evening you will be taken for a brief sightseeing to st. paul’s church and Nagoa Beach. Finally, you will head back to your hotel for an overnight stay.
Day 4 :Sightseeing in Diu
This day will be dedicated entirely for sightseeing and taking in the scenic beauty of Diu. After having a fulfilling breakfast you will be taken to various attractions like fort Diu, st. paul’s church and Naida caves. You will also be exploring a number of serene beaches and you will feel your stress melt away.
Day 5 : Diu – Gir (2 Hours / 66km)
After breakfast, you will be preceded to Sasan Gir. The countrywide national park is known all over the world because of its population of Asiatic lions among other wild animals and migratory birds. It is also home to a number of reptiles including the Indian python. The national park is open from 16th October to 15th June. After taking in all the sites and going around in safari you will stop there for a night halt.
Day 6 :Departure from Sasan Gir
Our company representative will accompany you to the station and see you off from where you can carry onwards to your destination.
- Meals as per itinerary
- Accommodation as per itinerary
- Toll taxes, driver allowance
- Parking charges, fuel price
- Guided sightseeing tour
- Any expense of personal nature
- Extra charges in case of an emergency
- Shopping, laundry, tipping, portage
- Monument entrance fees, camera charges
- Anything not in the inclusions section
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Q.Who built Dwarka city?
A. Lord Krishna is said to have built and ruled over Dwarka after killing his uncle Kansa in Mathura.
Q.What are the darshan timings for Somnath mahadev temple?
A. The darshan timing for somnath is from 6 am to 10 pm.
Q.What is the distance of Kutch from Porbandar?
A. Kutch is over 500 kms away from Porbandar.
Q.Is alcohol allowed in Diu?
A. Yes. Alcohol is allowed in diu unlike its neighbour gujarat.
Q.What is Gir famous for?
A. Gir is famous for being the only and last remaining home for the endangered Asiatic lions.