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Situated on the western coast of India, Gujarat is a culturally diverse and active with historic as well as spiritual sights that are unique. It is a great place for a holiday and there is the promise of culture, heritage and exciting places to visit and great food to eat.
Gujarat is home to several architectural marvels and is famous for its vibrant culture and rich heritage, apart from the scenic landscapes and mouth-watering cuisine. Offering a broad range of the most spectacular attractions, Gujarat, also known as ‘The Land of Legends’, presents a perfect blend of art, history, music and culture.
Diu, Located near the port of Veraval, Diu is a small island which was earlier a Portuguese colony and is now guarded by beaches all around. Diu takes up most popularity given the ample number of beaches, along with Gujarat’s southern coast such as the Nagoa beach, but has a lot more to offer too. Alcohol is legal in Diu
The Diu Fort, a primary imprint of the Portuguese on the area’s heritage and architecture makes up a popular tourist attraction. Another interesting place is the Vanakbara, a small fishing village whose charm has tints of colourful fishing boats and humming of day to day activity. This perfect add-on to a visit to Gujarat will complete your experience with interesting museums such as the Sea Shell Museum, temples and churches.
Howrah Railway Station – Howrah Railway Station
Leave Howrah by Train Dep. at 23:55 Hrs. Reporting at Howrah Station within 1:30 Hrs before of departure time.
@ ₹ 5000/- per head to be deposited at the time of ensuring the booking. 50% to be paid 40 days prior. Full Payment to be one 25 days prior.
01/10/2022, 14/10/2022, 20/11/2022, 14/12/2022, 27/12/2022, 22/01/2023, 04/02/2023
N.B : Mentioned Tour Price are without Train fare & Train food (Up & Down).
N.B : Rates are applicable for per head with 5% GST.
Welcome to Gujarat wit Diu – The doorway of india – 16 Days Tour.
Leave Howrah by Train for Guwahati dep. at 23:55 Hrs.
Ahmedabad arrival at 13.40 hrs. and transfer to Hotel. Rest.
After breakfast full day Ahmedabad sightseeing by coach.
Early morning leave Ahmedabad for Bhuj by deluxe coach via Little Run of Kutch. Evening arrive Bhuj and transfer to Hotel Rest.
After breakfast full day return excursion to White Rann by deluxe coach. Evening return to Hotel. Rest.
After early breakfast leave Bhuj for Dwaraka via Jamnagar. Evening arrive Dwaraka and transfer to Hotel. Rest.
After breakfast visit Bet-Dwaraka by bus and by boat (own cost). After lunch visit Temples.
After breakfast leave Dwaraka for Somnath by deluxe coach. Afternoon arrive Somnath and transfer to Hotel. Visit Temple.
Early morning visit Gir Forest / Duari Park (Jungle Safari and own cost). Return to Somnath at the time of lunch. After lunch visit temples.
After breakfast leave Somnath for Diu by deluxe coach. Arrive Diu before lunch and transfer to Hotel. REST. Day free.
After breakfast local sightseeing and Sea-Bath etc. After lunch free.
After breakfast leave Diu for Ahmedabad by deluxe coach. Afternoon arrive Ahmedabad and transfer to Hotel. REST.
After breakfast full day free for shopping etc. After dinner leave Ahmedabad for Howrah by Train dep. at 23.55 hrs.
Arrive Howrah at 13.30 hrs.
A : The policies on face masks and attendee health are:
-Face masks required for travelers in public areas
-Face masks required for guides in public areas
-Temperature checks for travelers upon arrival
A : The policies on sanitization are:
-Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff
-Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas
-Gear/equipment sanitized between use
-Transportation vehicles regularly sanitized
The father of our nation, Mahatma Gandhi was born in Gujarat and returned to his land from South Africa in 1915 to propagate his philosophy of non-violence. As a result, Gandhi and many of his followers have built ashrams and monuments in his name in and around the country that are popular among tourists who want to get a peek into the life of the man responsible for India’s mass movements. His birthplace, Porbandar has been developed as a tourist destination and has a museum chronicling his deeds. Dandi, the place where he led the famous Dandi March also lies on the coast of Gujarat. Kocharab Ashram near Ahmedabad was one of the first Ashrams set up by Gandhiji, and till today, retains the relics he used in his daily life. Sabarmati Ashram, also known as Gandhi Ashram, is a destination that every Indian must visit as the ideas of Swadeshi and khadi germinated here.
Recognized as one of the largest salt deserts in the world, The Rann of Kutch in Gujarat is not only known for its splendour, but also for one of the biggest festivals that take place in the state, the Rann Utsav. As a way to celebrate the culture and flavour of this region, an annual festival of music, dance and culinary talent called the ‘Rann Utsav’ is held every year in winter between November and February. Guests get to stay in luxurious tents that are put out in the middle of the desert and re given a chance to enjoy the Gujarat culture to their heart’s content. If one wants to have the real Gujarat experience, then one should definitely visit the Rann Utsav. Activities like dance, camel rides, paramotoring and cart rides are available for the tourists to enjoy. For those who want some time out of the chaos of the Rann Utsav, can take part in yoga and meditation routines as well.
The deciduous forests, grasslands and marshy swamps- all spread over acres and acres and combine to contribute to rich wildlife that Gujarat has today. The wildlife in Gujarat also includes very rare and endangered species, the most famous one being the Asiatic Lion. The Gir National Park has become a home to many of these Asiatic Lions. Gujarat takes pride in the abundance of wildlife sanctuaries that it has, which are all worth paying a visit to. The Rann of Kachchh shelters animals and birds ranging from black bucks, hyenas, wild asses to innumerable migratory birds who make their way to the flatlands and marshes of Gujarat from all over the world. This includes flamingos, different types of ducks, seagulls and Arctic Terns who fly to Gujarat from the North Pole. The Jamnagar Marine Sanctuary is the first of its kind in India and is famous for the shallow lagoons where tourists can spot amazing animals like stingrays and rockfish while casually strolling through ankle-deep water.
In terms of religion, the majority of the Gujaratis are Hindus, Muslims and Jains. Gujarati, Urdu and Sindhi are some of the few languages that are widely spoken in and around Gujarat. The Gujaratis are known for their professionalism and bussiness-like mentality. The Jains are also found in most parts of Gujarat. They are known for their textile and chemical mills. They are mostly known for the interest they show in temples and charities like school and religious trusts. Gujarat is popular for its diverse, yet vibrant culture. The Charans and Gadhavis are communities who have managed to pass along the knowledge of folk music and folk arts from one generation to the other. These folk songs are mostly in the form of a lullaby, nuptial songs, festive songs and Rannade songs. Folk instruments adorn the folk dances and songs. Several big and small fairs and festivals are observed through the year based on lunar or solar eclipse calendar. People of different caste and religion celebrate these festivities together with enthusiasm and devotion. The Kites, the decoration, the local stalls blended with the kirtans, bhajans and dances are some of the few prominent things that represent the true tradition of Gujarat.
Diu was a Portuguese colony until taken over by India in 1961. Diu is separated from the mainland by a narrow channel and two tiny mainland enclaves. A lot of the Portuguese influence can be seen n the architecture and culture that the people follow. St. Paul’s Church is an exemplary example of the beautiful Portuguese architecture. Another magnificent structure is the sea facing Diu Fort.
Diu is primarily known for its beautiful beaches, Magnificent forts and exotic liquor. The Beaches in Diu promise a beautiful get away from the monotonous routine lives. They are a sight to behold with soft sand, wondrous waves, canopied palms and the sound of church bells echoing into eternity. There are four beaches in Diu: Goptimata Beach, Nagoa Beach, Jallandhar Beach and Chakratirth Beach.
Diu is a unique and composite blend of Gujarat’s and Portuguese cuisine. This blend then, leaves few food domains that are not covered in the island’s menu. On one hand you find traditional Gujrati food, its flavors and elements derived from the state nearby and on the other hand you have an influence of the past with Portugeese cuisine only complimented by the sea around and a dominance of exotic sea food.
While these are the defining cultures, one can find a few more international cuisines as well as typical Indian food in the restaurants. The island is also popular because of availability of alcohol, givent the adjacent dry state of Gujrat.
The top things to do in Diu are Naida Caves, Nagoa Beach, Gangeshwar Mahadev Temple, Diu Fort, Ghoghla Beach, Sunset Point, Diu.
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