Gujarat is rich in cultural diversity, art, customs and traditions of the many different people who have settled here from different parts of India. Rich in textiles, handicrafts, festivals and fairs, folk dances, music and cuisines, Gujarat is a traveler’s paradise. We’ve packed a punch in this holiday package so you get to experience nearly every facet of this unique state. Our stops are at Ahmedabad, Dasada (Little Rann of Kutch), Modhera, Patan (the historic city of Bhuj), quaint little villages of Banni (the last villages on the India-Pakistan border), the Indus valley civilization at Lothal, the ancient deserted town of Champaran and much more.
Ahmedabad with the Jama Masjid, Teen Darwaja and Gandhi Ashram by the Sabarmati is rich in history. Don’t forget to visit the Calico Museum of Textiles to see the exquisitely embroidered 17th-century tent made for Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan’s travels and many other wonders dating back to the 15th century. In this trip, you will be enjoying the thrills of a jeep safari in the Little Rann of Kutch to watch the rare Indian Wild Ass, while the white salt desert landscape of the Great Rann of Kutch is nothing like what you’ve ever seen before. We drive through Lothal that gives you an insight of the Indus Valley Civilization, Champaner with its remains of fort walls, ruined tombs, arches, pillars and wells, and the beautiful villages of Banni where you can meet the local craftsmen famous for their colorful jewelry and art. We also take you to Vadodara, where you spend a special afternoon at the residence of Vadodara’s royal family, the Laxmi Villas, and be inspired by its elaborate interiors, chandeliers and art works.
If you are interested to design your travel around the Kutch Carnival or Rann Utsav that offers tourists a rich cultural experience of dance, recitals, delicious cuisine and exquisite handicrafts just let us know and we will help you Gujarat holiday accordingly