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Day 1 : Mumbai
Arrive at Mumbai Airport. Meeting and assistance at airport followed by transfer to hotel. Overnight stay at hotel. Mumbai: Welcome to the city that never sleeps! Pulsating, Alive, On the Move, Vibrant, Fun -- this is Mumbai or as it is still frequently referred to Bombay. The most modern city in India, it captures the spirit of the changing pace set by liberalization and modernization. Once a cluster of seven islands, Mumbai was presented to King Charles II in 1661 as part of the dowry when he married Princess Catherine de Brag Anza of Portugal.
Day 2 : Mumbai
After breakfast full day sight seeing of Mumbai. Visit: Elephanta cave: Across theMumbai Harbour, lie the seventh-century rock-cut temples of Elephanta. Once known as Gharapuri, or the Fortress City, the Caves are now designated as a World Heritage Site
and visited by hundreds of tourists both for their art historical and scenic value. The Portuguese renamed this island Elephanta after a large stone elephant found near theShore. Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (Victoria Terminus) :This is a magnificent building, and considered to be architecturally one of the finest stations in the world. Built by the British in 1888, it has exquisite ornamentation on its facade along with beautifully executed panels and friezes. It holds the statue of Queen Victoria on its dome.
National Gallery of Modern Art: This is the former Cowasji Jehangir Hall, of the Institute of Science. It has been renovated to serve as a four-storey exhibition hall, displaying the best of Indian contemporary art. Gateway of India :Mumbai's most striking monument, this too was designed by George Wittet. It has an imposing gateway arch in the Indo-Saracenic style with Gujarati and Islamic elements such as wooden carvings. It was built to commemorate the visit of King George V and Queen Mary to India in 1911. This area is also the departing point for ferries plying to Elephanta Island and other beaches across the port. Over night at Hotel
Day 3 : Mumbai–Ahmedabad
After breakfast transfer to domestic airport/Railway station to fly/Shatabdi train toAhmedabad. Arrival at Ahmedabad and transfer to Hotel. Ahmedabad; Ahmedabad was founded by Sultan Ahmed Shah on the banks of River Sabarmati in 1411 A.D. The Jali of Siddi Sayyiad Mosque Legend has it that he decided to build the capital at Ahmedabad because he saw a rabbit attacking one of his hunter dogs. It occurred to him that if the rabbits of the region were so brave, the people must be even braver. PM local sight seeing of Ahmedabad. Over night at Hotel.
Day 4 : Ahmedabad – Utelia
After breakfast drive to Utelia. Arrival and transfer to Hotel. A World Heritage site declared as one of the hundred endangered architectural monument of the World. Over night at Hotel
Day 5 : Utelia
After breakfast visit the Harrappen Era located at Lothal just 10 Kms from the palace. After the visit proceeds to Bhavnagar an Historical city. Evening visit the Museum and the local Bazaar. Back to hotel over night at Hotel.
Day 6 : Utelia – Palitana
After breakfast drive to Palitana, arrival and check inn to Hotel. Palitana: The hunting busting town of Palitana has grown up to serve the pilgrim trade around Shatrunjaya. Evening time free at leisure. Over night at Hotel.
Day 7 : Palitana
After breakfast full day visit Shatrunjaya, one of Jainism’s holiest pilgrimage sites, Shatrunjaya is an incredible hill-top sea of 863 temples built over 900 years on a plateau dedicated to the gods. Over night at Hotel.
Day 8 : Palitana – Diu
After breakfast drive to Diu, arrival and check inn to Hotel. Diu: Diu is a beautiful blend of sun, sand and sea, Diu is a God's gift to those in quest of a blessed land where the weary weight of this unintelligible world can, for a while, be lightened and the waking soul can hear the music of the nature. This tiny island of breeze, beauty and serenity situated off the southern tip of the Saurashtra (Kathiawad) peninsula of Gujarat, lapped by the Arabian Sea, is a picture of calmness with superb beaches and a fascinating history. In evening explore beach of Diu. Over night at Hotel.
Day 9 : Diu
After breakfast full day sight seeing of Diu, visit: The Fort of Diu occupies a prominent position. It is an expansive and imposing structure, situated on the coast of the island. The fort commands a magnificent view of sea. It was constructed between 1535 and 1541AD.
After lunch explore beaches of Diu. Over night at hotel.
Day 10 : Diu - Gir
After breakfast drive to Gir, arrival and check inn to Hotel. Gir National park, The forest is the only place in the world, outside Africa, where the lion can be seen in its natural habitat. Gir, the last refuge of the king of the jungle, is one of the largest and most important wildlife sanctuaries in India. Meals on board .Over night at Hotel.
Day 11 : Gir
After breakfast full day Jungle Safari by jeep to explore Indo Asian Lion. Meals on board. Over night at hotel
Day 12 : Gir - Wankaner
After breakfast drive to Wankaner, arrival and check inn to hotel. Wankaner: The Jhala
Rajput clan ruled Wankaner, the capital of the former princely State of Wankaner, till Indian independence in 1947 AD. It was one of the four princely states of Jhalawad, other three being- Wadhvan, Limbdi and Dhangadhra. Sartanji founded the princely State of Wankaner in 1605 AD and the town was fortified in the late 18th century for protection against the bandits and neighboring enemies. King Amarsinhji, a noble ruler, who made Wankaner a rich city-state, ruled Wankaner up till 1947 AD. city was founded by Shree Jam Rawal in 1540 A.D. over nght at Hotel.
Day 13 : Wankaner
After breakfast full day sight seeing around Wankaner. Over night at hotel.
Day 14 : Wankaner – Bhuj
After breakfast drive to Bhuj. Arrival and check inn to Hotel. Bhuj: The old, walled city of Bhuj is the most important town in Kutchh and also the district headquarters. Bhuj is distinguished by its brightly decorated Hindu temples, beautiful palaces and intricately carved wooden pavilions. It is a paradise for handicraft lovers. The houses here are decorated both from inside as well as outside with linear reliefs made from mud and mirrors. Bhuj is famous for embroidery. The oldest museum of Gujarat is situated in Bhuj. Be it the bandhni (tie and dye) and batik textiles, or the intricate silk embroidery done on leather, each artifact is a labour of love for the craftspersons. The colorful thread embroidery on cloth is done by different castes and communities in their own distinct way. The region was also known for the enamel work done on gold and silver jewellery, lacquered wood, seashell toys and metal bells. Over night at hotel.
Day 15 : Bhuj
After breakfast full day sight seeing of Bhuj, visit: Aina Mahal (Old Palace), This is a beautiful museum, built in the 18th century as the palace of Maharao Lakhpatji. It has aHall of Mirrors with white marble walls covered with mirrors and gilded ornaments; the floor is lined with tiles with a platform above it surrounded by a series of fountains. The room also has a chandelier of Venetian glass. It lies in the old part of the city, in a small, fortified courtyard and houses some very rare idols. Katchh Museum, The oldest museum in Gujarat, it was established in 1877 originally known as the Fergusson Museum, after its founder, Sir James Fergusson, a governor of Mumbai under the British Raj.The exhibits on display are gold and silver ornaments, Kshatrapa inscriptions, textiles, weapons, archaeological finds, stuffed animals and musical instruments. Besides these, it is equipped with a picture gallery and sections for anthropology and shipping.
Bharatiya Sanskruti Darshan : Here is an interesting, private collection of artifacts and textiles. There are also constructions of typical village habitats. Prag Mahal (New Palace)
Constructed in 1979, the Prag Mahal is a magnificent building made of ornate Italian marble and sandstone. Its Corinthian pillars and Jali work depicting European flora and fauna are worth observing. Swaminarayan temple: It is a very colorful and richly decorated temple. Cenotaph Complex: A popular site is the cenotaphs complex at Chattaradi. These are built of red stones. of all the tombs here the largest and the finest is the one of Rao Lakha built in 1770 AD. It's polygonal in shape with balconies and an intricately carved roof. Other impressive cenotaphs are the ones of Rao Rayadhan, Rao Desai and Rao Pragmal. Kakkad Bhit Yaksha: A few kilometers from Puraneshwar, it's located along the highway on a hillock with 72 idols of yakshas or jakhs. The jakhs were people of Greek or Iranian origin believed to have reached the coast of Gujarat as the result of a shipwreck. The memorial at Kakkad Bhit is created in honour of their many acts of sacrifice and bravery of the local people, against the oppression of the then ruler Punara. A big fair is held here every year.
Day 16 : Little Rann of Kutch
After breakfast drive to little Rann of Kutch. Arrival and check inn to Hotel. Little Rann of Kutch: The Wild Ass Sanctuary is located in the Little Rann of Kutch of the Gujarat State in India. It covers an area of 4954 km². The Sanctuary is named after a sub species of wild ass (Equus hemionus khur), the last population of which it harbours. The Rann is one of the most remarkable and unique landscapes of its kind in the entire world. It is a vast desiccated, unbroken bare surface of dark silt, encrusted with salts which transforms into a spectacular coastal wetland after the rains. PM visit Sanctuary. Over night at Hotel.
Day 17 : Kutchh – Ahmedabad – Mumbai
After breakfast visit sanctuary and continue drive to Ahmedabad to board connected flight/shatabdi train to Mumbai.
Arrival at Mumbai and transfer to International airport to fly to your country.
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