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  • GUJARAT PACK
  • Planning to go on a Gujarat family tour? Why not rediscover what North India has to offer?
  • From the colonial ambiance and architecture of Rajkot to historical sites like Lothal that date back to the Indus Valley civilisation, ultra-modern
  • From adventurous hikes to tranquil meditation, to revealing places for one day trips in  Gujarat, each hour of your day here, will be filled with wonderful things to do.
  • Gujarat – is home to some of the country’s best and biggest forest reserves, hills, lakes, and temples.
  • The stupendous places to see in Gujarat have put the state on the world map of ‘the extraordinary’. Be it the Statue of Unity, which is the tallest statue in the world, the 10th-century stepwell of Rani ki Vav, the majestic Somnath Temple, or the 4000-year-old erstwhile Harappan city of Dholavira, the choices are endless.
Ahmedabad.
Surat
  • One of the most distinguishing landmarks that signify the city, the Gateway of India came into existence in the year 1924 during the British Raj to celebrate the arrival of King George V and Queen Mary to Bombay. The structure marks the area as one of India’s major ports which formally symbolised elements of British grandeur. Located in the waterfront area of Apollo Bunder, today it is one of the most popular tourist places in Gujarat for people from all over the globe who flock just for a glance at this monument.
  • The Elephanta Caves is also called Gharapurichi Leni, located on Elephanta Island in Mumbai, Maharashtra. The whole cave temple complex area is about 60000 sq ft and  boasts of the central chamber, two lateral ones, many subsidiary shrines, and courtyards. Also, there are three passages to the temple complex. The entire location is built from solid natural rock with intricately carved sculptures of idols.
Silvassa
Vadodara
  • Silvassa was formerly a Portuguese colony but now it has become a popular tourist site flushed with wildlife sanctuaries, scenic destinations and beaches. It lies between Maharashtra and Gujarat and it comprises of 72 villages and many Roman-Catholic churches that stand as a testimony to the Portuguese rule during the historic times.
  • Vadodara has its own share of beautiful palaces, parks, gardens, temples and whatnot. It would surely be great fun to indulge in various sightseeing tours in and around the city, stopping over at the famous Laxmi Vilas Palace for having a look at the wonderful craftsmanship, spending some peaceful time in the lush green surroundings of Sayaji Baug, and go back down the timeline at Champaner Pavagadh Archaeological park.
 
  • GUJARAT PACK
  • Planning to go on a Gujarat family tour? Why not rediscover what North India has to offer?
  • From the colonial ambiance and architecture of Rajkot to historical sites like Lothal that date back to the Indus Valley civilisation, ultra-modern
  • From adventurous hikes to tranquil meditation, to revealing places for one day trips in  Gujarat, each hour of your day here, will be filled with wonderful things to do.
  • Planning to go on a Gujarat family tour? Why not rediscover what North India has to offer?
  • Gujarat – is home to some of the country’s best and biggest forest reserves, hills, lakes, and temples.
  • The stupendous places to see in Gujarat have put the state on the world map of ‘the extraordinary’. Be it the Statue of Unity, which is the tallest statue in the world, the 10th-century stepwell of Rani ki Vav, the majestic Somnath Temple, or the 4000-year-old erstwhile Harappan city of Dholavira, the choices are endless.
Ahmedabad.
Surat
  • One of the most distinguishing landmarks that signify the city, the Gateway of India came into existence in the year 1924 during the British Raj to celebrate the arrival of King George V and Queen Mary to Bombay. The structure marks the area as one of India’s major ports which formally symbolised elements of British grandeur. Located in the waterfront area of Apollo Bunder, today it is one of the most popular tourist places in Gujarat for people from all over the globe who flock just for a glance at this monument.
  • The Elephanta Caves is also called Gharapurichi Leni, located on Elephanta Island in Mumbai, Maharashtra. The whole cave temple complex area is about 60000 sq ft and  boasts of the central chamber, two lateral ones, many subsidiary shrines, and courtyards. Also, there are three passages to the temple complex. The entire location is built from solid natural rock with intricately carved sculptures of idols.
Silvassa
Vadodara
  • Silvassa was formerly a Portuguese colony but now it has become a popular tourist site flushed with wildlife sanctuaries, scenic destinations and beaches. It lies between Maharashtra and Gujarat and it comprises of 72 villages and many Roman-Catholic churches that stand as a testimony to the Portuguese rule during the historic times.
  • Vadodara has its own share of beautiful palaces, parks, gardens, temples and whatnot. It would surely be great fun to indulge in various sightseeing tours in and around the city, stopping over at the famous Laxmi Vilas Palace for having a look at the wonderful craftsmanship, spending some peaceful time in the lush green surroundings of Sayaji Baug, and go back down the timeline at Champaner Pavagadh Archaeological park.
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