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Panch Dwarka tour is one of the most significant pilgrimage tours. This 07 nights /08 days Panch Dwarka tour start from the capital city Ahmedabad and end in Udaipur. Here you will visit some of the best and finest religious temples which are dedicated to Lord Krishna and Vishnu. Panch Dwarka Tour will take you on the religious journey, where you will know more about the life of Lord Krishna and his various avatars. After the tour you will feel more rejuvenated and feel more refreshed.
Dacor Temple and Swami Narayan Temple in Ahmedabad.
Dwarkadhish Temple and Bet Dwarka in Dwarka.
Somnath Temple one of the 12th Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva.
Sun Temple Modhera
Dwaradhish Temple Kankroli.
Dilwara jain Temple in Mount Abu.
Nathdwara and Srinathji Temple
Eklingji and Nagda Temple.
Upon arrival at Ahmedabad airport, you will meet our airport representative, who will assist you from the Airport to your pre-booked hotel. He will help you in hotel check-in and will brief you about our tour program.
Later you can follow the half day city tour of Ahmedabad covering some important tourist destination.
Adalaj Step-well – This step-well was built in 1499 by queen Rudabai. Its main proposes was to hold the water for a long-time so that local people, refugees, and travellers can get the water. The entire step-well and building covered with carvings sculptures, and ornamentation, combining Indo-Islamic architectural elements and designs. Here you will see Hindu and Jain gods decorate on the walls.
Dada Hari-ki-vav : Here you will find another step-well which is located 15kms north from Ahmedabad city. This step-well is just behind the Dada Tomb and its step-well wall bears inscriptions in two languages Arabic in the north wall and Sanskrit in the south wall. It’s also designed to store the water and resting palaces for travelers as similar to other step-well in Gujrat.
Later visit Dakor Temple.- This temple was built in 1772 A. D. which is located near the bank of holy lake Gomti. It is carved with 08 domes and 24 turrets with a height of 27 meters. You will find a golden Kalash and a shite silken flag on the top flag. This temple is built in the Maharashtrian style of Architecture and the main hall features with different events in Lord Krishna’s life.
Evening you can spend the free time at Law Garden, which is famous for its beautiful textile and handicrafts markets. Overnight at the hotel.
Early morning after breakfast you will be drive by road to Dwarka. En-route you will be Akshardham Temple in Rajkot.
After visiting this temple continue to drive Dwarka. Dwarka is a small coastal which is located on the bank of Gomti river and it is one of the four most holy Hindu pilgrimage destinations in India. it is believed that Krishana found his capital here after leaving Mathura.
On arrival, you will check-in your hotel.
Overnight at hotel.
Post breakfast you will be visiting Dwarkdish Temple, which is also known Jagat Temple (The Temple of the world). According to the source, this temple was built over 1400 years ago and it is dedicated to Lord Krishna. This is the tallest building temple in Dwarka city and it has a five-floor which is supported by 60 columns. It is built of sandstone and the exterior is covered with elaborate carving. During the Janmashtami and Navartra festival are celebrated with great enthusiasm.
You can also attend the prayer ceremony in the temple which is held 04 to 05 times daily. After visiting the temple you will visit the bet Dwarka and Nageshwar Temple.
Bet Dwarka is located 30kms from Dwarka and it is surrounded by sea. You need to take a boat ride to reach the Bet Dwarka. After visiting the several temples in Bet Dwarka return back to Dwarka City and En-route you will be visiting Nageshwar Temple or Nagnath Temple. This temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and famous Jyotirlingas.
Overnight at Hotel
Early morning during the sunrise you can witness the prayer ceremony in Dwarkadhish temple.
Post breakfast drive to Somnath – En-route you can visiting Porbander City, which is also known heritage coastal town. This is an important city of Gujrat and Indian history being the birthplace of Mahatma Gandhi. It is also believed to be the birthplace of Sudama who was the childhood friend of Lord Krishna.
On arrival, you can visit some important tourist sites, and first you will be taken to Kriti Mandir. It is a memorial of Mahatma Gandhi and his wife Kasturba Gandhi and it is one the most famous tourist palace in Porbandar. This beautiful Haveli was built in 1950 and here you will see many household things of Gandhiji like books, paintings, now displayed them at the museum in the Kriti Mandir complex. Later you can visit many other temples like Gita Mandir, Sudama Mandir, Nehru Planetarium, and Rana Bapu’s Mahal.
Later continue drive to Somnath and on arrival, you will check-in your hotel and later visit Somnath Temple. According to Hindu mythology, this temple was built by King Somraj, the moon god. it is dedicated to Lord Shiva. It also contains one of the 12th Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva. This temple was destroyed and rebuilt by eight times in different eras. The last rebuilt was in 1950 with the support of Sardar Vallabhabhai Patel and it is a replica of the earlier temple.
You can also witness the prayer ceremony at the temple.
Overnight at the hotel. .
Post breakfast you will visit the Rudreshvara Temple. it is a ruined temple located near to Somnath Temple.
Later continue drive to Ahmedabad and on arrival, you will be visiting Akshardham, the Swaminarayan Temple.
Swami Narayan Temple – ( Closed on Monday) – Akshardham Temple was built in honor of Swaminarayan by BAPS Swaminarayan Sanstha and inspired by the fourth successor of Swaminarayan, Yogiji Maharaj. It is the most prominent temples of Gujrat with measures 240feet in length and 131 feet wide and 108 feet high. Here you can see Mandpanas, exhibition halls, and evening light sound shows.
Overnight at Hotel
Post breakfast drive early to Mount Abu. En-route you will be visiting Modhera Sun Temple.
The Sun temple of Modhera is one of the finest examples of Indian architecture which is built in 1026 A.D. This temple is dedicated to the Sun-God. It is magnificently carved with Gods and Goddesses, birds, beasts, and flowers from inside and outside.
Later continue the drive and visit Ambaji Temple- Ambaji Temple contains no idol but an inscribed Yantra in the niche. Next visit Siddhpur-It is a sacred town in the north of Ahmedabad, located on the bank of River Saraswati. The town also holds importance for the Bohra Muslims, an affluent Muslim community and they have given a significant role to the development of the city.
Here you will find old Havelis and mansions, which are more than 100 years old.
On arrival, you will check-in your hotel in Mount Abu. Mount Abu is a holy hill station in Rajasthan states and it is the highest point of the Aravalli Range.
Evening enjoy the boat ride at Nakki Lake.
Post breakfast you will follow the half day city tour of Mount Abu covering Dilwara Jain Temples. These temples are among the finest examples of Jain architecture with their superb marble carving, which were five temples built between the eleventh and thirteenth centuries.
Later continue drive to Nathdwara.
Later check-out drive by road to Nathdwara. On arrival, you will check-in your hotel.
Nathdwara is situated on the right bank of Banas Rivera and it famous for its 17th-century temple that is dedicated to Lord Shrinathji (Lord Krishna).
Later visit Nathdwara – Shrinathji. Here you will see the 18th-century Shrinathji temple, one of the most important shrines for devotees of Krishna. This temple has a black stone statue of Vishnu, which was brought from Mathura in 1669 in order to protect it from Aurangzeb.
Later visit Kankroli Temple, which is also known as Dwarikadhish
Overnight at Hotel
Post breakfast you will be visiting Eklingji and Nagda Temple.
Eklingji Temple is one of the most famous temples in Rajashtan state, which is located just 25kms north from Udaipur city. This temple is dedicated basically to Lord Shiva, which was constructed by Bappa Rawal Eklingji in 734 AD. It is surrounded by high walls on all sides. Here you will find a group of 108 Temples, which are carved out of marble and sandstone.
Next, you will be visiting Nagda. Here you will see the ruins of Shiv, Vishnu, And Jain temples that feature the beautiful architecture of ancient times. The Sas-Bahu Temple is one of the most famous temples in Nagda and it is famous for its exotic carving. It is dedicated to Lord Vishnu.
After visiting the temple you will be transferred in time to Udaipur airport for flight to onwards destination.