Gujarat Tour Package

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Overview of Gujrat Tour Packages

Gujarat tour packages – Browse through a wide range of Gujarat holiday packages with unexpected offers at Travotic Holidays. Book customized Gujarat vacation packages with exciting deals & offers. Gujarat is a state on the western coast of India with a coastline of 1,600 km (990 mi) – most of which covers the Kathiawar peninsula – and a population of 60.4 million. It is the fifth-largest Indian state by area and the ninth-largest state by population. Gujarat is bordered by Rajasthan to the northeast, Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman and Diu to the south, Maharashtra to the southeast, Madhya Pradesh to the east, and the Arabian Sea and the Pakistani province of Sindh to the west.

Gujarat is renowned for its beaches, temple towns, and historic capitals. Wildlife sanctuaries, hill resorts, and natural grandeur are gifts of Gujarat. Sculpture, handicrafts, arts, and festivals also make the state rich. No matter if you are a honeymooner seeking Gujarat honeymoon packages or you are a solo traveler looking for the best Gujarat backpacker tour package, we have umpteen varieties of Gujarat tourism packages that will let you explore the state in your own style. We assure you when we say that our well-curated Gujarat tourism packages promise you convenience, fun, and happy memories. Gujarat is also among the most technologically advanced, housing the largest petrochemical complex in the country.

Gujarat is famous for its traditional clothing, food, and natural landscape. Asiatic lions, Rann of Kutch (White Desert), colorful handicrafts, festivals, and culture are some of the things that make Gujarat famous. It is dotted with several natural wonders like the Rann of Kutch which is the largest salt desert in the world. Some of the plus points for travelers visiting Gujarat can also enjoy the unique folk dances and some lip-smacking dishes of the state well-known all over the world.

Packages Price Nights/Days Inclusions
Gujarat Budget Tour Package
8 Nights/9 Days
Gujarat Tourism Package
5 Nights / 6 Days
Gujarat Family Tour Package
08 Nights / 09 Days
Gujarat Budget Tour Package

8 Nights/9 Days

₹ 5500
₹ 29900
Per Person Cost
Gujarat Tourism Package

5 Nights / 6 Days

₹ 5500
₹ 25900
Per Person Cost
Gujarat Family Tour Package

08 Nights / 09 Days

₹ 5500
₹ 19900
Per Person Cost

Climate of Gujarat

The climate of Gujarat involves diverse conditions. The plains of Gujarat are very hot and dry in summer and cold and dry in winter. Summer is milder in the hilly regions and the coast. The monsoon season lasts from June to September. Most of Gujarat receives scanty rainfall. Southern Gujarat and the hilly regions receive heavy rainfall during the monsoons with high humidity which makes the air feel hotter. The rain can cause severe Floods. The sun is often occluded during the monsoon season. Though mostly dry, it is deserted in the north-west, and wet in the southern districts due to a heavy monsoon season.




54F – 84F
12°C – 29°C
86F – 120F
30°C – 49°C
81F – 95F
27°C – 35°C
54F – 84F
12°C – 29°C

best time to visit Gujarat Package

The best time to visit Gujarat Package Tour is during the winter season i.e from October and February. It’s a dry region and experiences high temperatures and humidity. Visiting Gujarat during the monsoon (July to September) may also be a good idea and especially in this region, there is less rainfall.


The Andaman Islands enjoy a typical tropical climate all through the year. With an average temperature of around 23°C (minimum) and not exceeding 30°C (maximum), Andaman Islands are hot and humid generally.

how to reach Gujarat


Be it railways, roadways, or airways, Gujarat is approachable by any means of transport. For the convenience of the visitors and locals, every road, railway station, bus stop, and airport is well-maintained. You can easily avail of cabs such as Ola and Uber to roam in and around the major cities of Gujarat.


Gujarat has 17airports. The most important airport is Sardar Vallabhbhai International Airport is located in Ahmedabad. and provides good connectivity with major cities such as Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, and Chennai. Other parts of the state such as Bhuj, Vadodara, Surat, Bhavnagar, Junagarh, and Rajkot are accessible since daily and weekly operating flights fly in and out of Gujarat regularly. For international flights Dubai, Muscat, Kuwait, Abu Dhabi, New Jersey, London, Doha, and Singapore is well connected.


Major cities are connected to Gujarat and some of its towns by rail. Trains to Gujarat make their way to and from major places such as Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, and Punjab. Some of the busiest railway stations are in Surat, Ahmedabad, Rajkot, and Vadodara.  Some of the other major railway stations in Gujarat are Porbandar, Surat, Gandhidham, Vadodara, Veraval, Rajkot, and Ahmedabad. Ahmedabad’s Railway Station connects you to different parts of Gujarat and major cities across the country.


Gujarat is well connected with all the major cities in the country, with its accessible national and state highways. You can also avail of multiple bus services from neighboring states such as Rajasthan, Maharashtra, and Madhya Pradesh. You have access to local buses and comfortable Volvos to travel to and from Gujarat. If you are fond of road trips, these two-lane and four-lane highways are a blessing to drive on. 

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Nearby Attraction Gujrat Tour Packages


A fast-growing metropolis, an industrial hub, an educational hotspot, and a city with a magnificent past – Ahmedabad is one of the most important cities in Gujarat. Located on the banks of the Sabarmati River, Ahmedabad is the former capital of Gujarat, and its delicious food, colorful culture is making it a fast-growing tourist destination.

Ahmedabad is famous for its textiles and its tie-dye bandhani handloom technique, which makes it a great place to shop. From bandhani sarees, dupattas to traditionally embroidered dres's materials, and other local handicrafts.


  1. Swaminarayan Temple
  2. Dada Hari Wav
  3. Sabarmati Ashram
  4. Auto World Vintage Car Museum
  5. Kankaria Lake
  6. Hutheesing Jain Temple
  7. Sidi Saiyyed Mosque
  8. Jhulta Minar
  9. Law Garden & Night Market
  10. Vaishno Devi Temple Ahmedabad
  11. Bhadra Fort
  12. Menek Chawk
  13. Kamla Nehru Zoo
  14. Ahmedabad Alpha One Mall
  15. Lal Darwaja in Ahmedabad
  16. Calico Textile Museum
  17. Banascraft
  18. ISKCON Temple
  19. Jama Masjid
  20. Kapasi Handicraft Emporium
  21. Lalbhai Dalpatbhai Museum
  22. Tomb of Ahmed Shah and Ahmed Shah’s Mosque
  23. R3 The Mall
  24. Adalaj Step Well
  25. Radhe Shopping Mall
  26. Dada Bhagwan Temple
  27. Gujarat Science City
  28. Shree Camp Hanuman Mandir
  29. Parimal Garden
  30. Lothal
  31. Sarkhej Roza
  32. Nehru Bridge
  33. Sabarmati Riverfront
  34. Vastrapur Lake
  35. Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel National Memorial
  36. Kite Museum
  37. Vechaar Utensils Museum
  38. Sanskar Kendra
  39. Vadla
  40. Ahmedabad One
  41. Victoria Garden
  42. Dhanvantari Garden
  43. AUDA Garden
  44. Usmanpura Garden
  45. Gotila Garden-Talav
  46. Bansidhar Garden
  47. One Tree Hill Garden
  48. Maniar’s Wonderland
  49. Shanku’s Water Park
  50. Splash The Fun-World
  51. Swapna Srushti Water Park
  52. Jaldhara Water World
  53. Butterfly Park
  54. Magen Abraham Synagogue
  55. Teen Darwaza
  56. Nalsarovar Bird Sanctuary
  • KUTCH: Virtual island shaped like a tortoise, Kutch is an erstwhile princely state of India holding onto its grandeur nature from the past. Kutch is mostly one of the most beautiful, yet surreal places in India with the vast expanses of the white salt desert. Kutch located on the India-Pakistan border and you can see parts of Pakistan from Kutch. Kutch is famous for crafts and embroidery works, Flamingo Sanctuary and Wild Ass Sanctuary.


  1. Rann of Kutch – White Desert
  2. Kutch Desert Wildlife Sanctuary
  3. Dholavira
  4. Kutch Museum
  5. Kutch Bustard Sanctuary
  6. Kandla Port and Mudra Port
  7. Indian Wild Ass Sanctuary
  8. Rann Utsav of Kutch
  9. Anjar
  10. Kutch Fossil Park
  11. Marine National Park
  • TALALA GIR: Famous for Gir National Park and Wild Life Sanctuary. This is the only remaining home for the Asiatic Lions. The Sanctuary is a part of Kathiawar- Gir dry deciduous forests ecoregion.

Gir provides you with the unique experience of visiting a place that almost singularly plays a crucial and defining role in the preservation and sustaining of a certain species. The preservation of these lions was initiated by the Nawab of Junagadh when these were just about to enter the phase of extinction due to hunting.

The official count said that there were 411 lions in 2010. Also, there are roughly different 2375 species of fauna here with 38 species of mammals, over 300 species of birds, 37 species of reptiles, and over 2000 species of insects. Other important wildlife forms found here are leopard, chausingha, spotted deer, hyena, sambar deer, and chinkara.

  • SOMNATH: Somnath, literally meaning 'lord of the moon' is a pilgrim center and is home to one of the 12 Jyotirlingas. It is a town that derives much of its identity from the mythology, religion, and legends that surround it.

Primarily a temple town, Somnath is a place where a strong scent of religion and legends lingers around tourism and even daily life. Its spiritual environment is ornamented by the huge number of temples in the area, however, Somnath also offers beaches, museums, and other attractions. While the Somnath temple and Somnath beach are the primary places to visit here, Gita Mandir, Balukha Tirtha, Kamnath Mahadev Temple, Somnath Museum are some of the other places that one can visit.



  1. Somnath Temple
  2. Somnath Beach
  3. Paanch Pandav Gufa
  4. Bhalka Tirth
  5. Laxminarayan Temple
  6. Triveni Sangam Temple
  7. Chorwad Beach
  8. Suraj Mandir
  9. Parashuram Temple
  10. Dehotsarg Teerth
  11. Shashibhushan Mahadev and Bhidbhanjan Ganpatiji Temple
  12. Kamnath Mahadev Temple
  13. Gita Temple
  14. Prabhas Patan Museum
  15. Junagadh Gate
  16. Prachi Tirth
  • VADODARA: Vadodara or Baroda is a cosmopolitan city located in Gujarat. Home to some of the most exemplary displays of architecture, Vadodara is a fitting memorial to Maratha leader Sayaji Rao Gaekwad III who had envisioned a dream to make this Big City an educational, industrial, and commercial center. Vadodara is the cultural capital of Gujarat.


  1. Laxmi Vilas Palace
  2. Sayaji Baug (Kamat Baug)
  3. Champaner – Pavagadh Archaeological Park
  4. Ajwa Nimeta Garden
  5. Baps Sri Swaminarayan Mandir
  6. Vadodara Museum and Picture Gallery
  7. Sursagar Lake
  8. Kirti Mandir
  9. Maharaja Sayajirao University
  10. EME Temple
  11. ISKCON Baroda
  12. Sardar Patel Planetarium
  13. Kabirvad
  14. Zarwani Waterfalls
  15. Surya Mandir
  16. Khanderao Market
  17. Makarpura Palace
  18. Aurobindo Ashram
  19. Nyaya Mandir
  20. Maharaja Fatehsingh Museum
  21. Statue of Unity
  22. Mandvi Gate
  23. Nadalay Temple
  24. Hazira Maqbara
  25. Hathni Waterfalls
  26. Navratri Festival
  27. Thol Bird Sanctuary
  28. Sardar Patel Zoological Park
  • DWARKA: The western tip of the Saurashtra peninsula in Gujarat. Known as Devbhoomi Dwarka, Dwarka boasts of being the only city that is a part of both Char Dham and also Sapta Puris mentioned in the Hindu religion. Dwarka was a part of the ancient kingdom of Krishna and Nageshwar Jyotirlinga Temple, one of the 12 Jyotirlingas, is also located in Dwarka.

Legend has it that the city was once engulfed by the sea and recent excavations reveal that a city did exist here. The name Dwarka translates to dwar meaning 'door' and ka meaning 'moksha' meaning the ‘door to salvation.


  1. Dwarkadhish Temple
  2. Nagesshwar Jyotirlinga
  3. Bet Dwarka
  4. Dwarka Beach
  5. Rukmini Devi Temple
  6. Dwarka Lighthouse
  7. Gomti Ghat
  8. Gopi Talav
  9. Bhadkeshwar Mahadev Temple
  10. Gita Temple
  11. Sudama Setu
  12. ISKCON Temple
  13. Swaminarayan Mandir
  14. Dunny Point
  • JUNAGADH: Being the capital of Junagadh Princely State once, the town shines with historical significance with many historical monuments to see.

Junagadh is located near Girnar Hills and enjoys the wildlife of Sakkabaug Zoo and The Wildlife Museum. In Girnar Hills one can feel the serene yet religious atmosphere.


  1. Mahabat Maqbara
  2. Uprkort Fort
  3. Girnar Hill
  4. Adi-kadi Vav & Navghan Kuwo
  5. Edicts of Ashoka
  6. Sarkheswar Beach
  7. Buddist Caves
  8. Jain Temple
  9. Sakkarbaug Zoological Gardens
  10. Madhavpur Beach
  11. Shri Swaminarayan Mandir
  12. Dattatreya Temple
  13. Tulsi Shyam Springs
  14. Goddess Ambe Tempel
  15. Ahmedpur Mandvi Beach
  16. Darbar Hall Museum
  17. Jatashankar Mahadev Temple
  18. Moti Baug
  19. Shri Damodar Hari Temple
  20. Damodar Kund Water Reserve
  21. Dataar Hills
  22. Willingdon Dam
  23. Jama Masjid
  • SAPUTARA: Saputara is a quaint little hill station in the Dang district and it is Snuggled in the Sahyadris or the Western Ghats. The city is the perfect gateway to eco-lovers. The area is full of green forests, undulating mountains, dazzling waterfalls, dreamy winding roads, livid landscapes, and plenty of charming cubbyholes. It is a beautiful hilly region enriched with enormous greenery offering magnificent panorama, tribal culture of a different sort, and great trekking opportunities.


  1. Artist Village
  2. Hatgadh Fort
  3. Vansda National Park
  4. Sunrise and Sunset Point
  5. Saputara Lake
  6. Gira Falls
  7. Saputara Museum
  8. Purna Wildlife Sanctuary
  9. Nageshwar Mahadev Temple
  10. Townview Point
  11. Saputara Tribal Museum
  12. Step Garden
  13. Forest Nursery
  14. Forest Log Hut
  15. Echo Point
  16. Rose Garden
  17. Honey Bee Centre
  18. The Ropeway
  19. Lake Garden
  20. Don Hill Station
  • CHAMPANER: In history, the palace is The Capital of the Sultanate of Gujarat. Being included in the elite list of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites across the globe, this marvelous archaeological park set in the heart of the city of Champaner and amidst the Pavagadh hills is one of the most sought Places.

Pavagadh Archaeological Park holds a lot of historical as well as mythological significance in itself. The Park comprises umpteen number of splendid architectural wonders consisting of both Hindu & Islamic styles of design.


  1. Kalika Mata Temple
  2. Pavagadh Fort
  3. Jain Temple
  4. Jami Masjid
  5. Lakulisa Temple
  6. Kevada Mosque
  7. Nagina Masjid and Cenotaph
  8. Lila Gumbaj Ki Masjid
  • GANDHINAGAR: The capital of Gujarat. Located western bank of Sabarmati River. Gandhinagar offers a rich cultural heritage.


  1. Akshardham Temple
  2. Adalaj Stepwell
  3. Children’s Park
  4. Sarita Udyan
  5. Puneet Van
  6. Fun World
  7. Craftsmen’s Village
  8. Trimandir
  9. Indroda Nature Park
  10. Aalloa Hills Resort Golf Course
  11. Rani Roopmatis Mosque
  12. Sant Sarovar Dam
  13. Capital Complex
  14. The Vithalbhai Patel Bhawan
  15. Hanuman Temple
  16. Mahudi Jain Temple
  17. Swarnim Park
  18. Swapna Srushti Water Park
  • PORBANDAR: Porbandar, the birthplace of Mahatma Gandhi, is a beautiful beach town. Porbandar is also popular as a trading hub with some temples and dams.


  1. Mandvi Beach
  2. Aina Mahal
  3. Hamirsar Lake
  4. Shri Swaminarayan Temple
  5. Pirotan Island
  6. Narayan Sarovar Sanctuary
  7. Mata no Madh
  8. Prag Mahal
  9. Banni Grassland Reserve
  10. Chari-Dhand Wetland Conservation Reserve
  11. Clock Tower
  12. Living and Learning Design Centre
  13. Kranti Tirth
  14. Bharatiya Sanskruti Darshan Museum
  15. Bhujia Hills
  16. Hill Garden
  17. Vande Mataram Memorial
  • SURAT: Surat came from the word Saurashtra (the good land). It is a Port City. Surat is known as a global diamond cutting center and a commercial bud of textiles. The city is also known as “The City of Flyovers”.

Surat has the reputation of being light-hearted, easy-going, and fun-loving, with a passion for food, is a great place for a family vacation.


  1. Ditch Garden
  2. Dumas Beach
  3. Hajira Village
  4. Sardar Patel Museum
  5. Ambaji Temple
  6. Dandi Beach
  7. Sarthana Nature Park
  8. Jagdishchandra Bose Aquarium
  9. Tithal Beach
  10. Swaminarayan Temple
  11. Amaazia Water Park
  12. Science Centre
  13. Vansada National Park
  14. Choppati Jawaharlal Nehru Garden
  15. ISKCON Temple
  16. Surat Castle
  17. Suvali Beach
  18. Snow Park
  19. Sneh Rashmi Botanical Garden
  20. Tapi River Front
  21. Ubharat Beach
  22. Modi Resorts and Amusement Park
  23. Chintamani Jain Temple
  24. Blues Adventure
  25. Bardoli
  26. Ram Madhi
  27. Rang Upvan
  28. Gavier Lake
  29. Kabirvad
  30. Sri Shirdi Sai Baba Temple
  31. Water Fun Park
  32. Neverland Water Park
  33. Floral Park
  34. Jyotindra Dave Garden
  35. Vrindavan Baug
  36. Priya Darshani IndiraGandhi Udhyan
  37. Shivaji Park
  38. Gandhi Baug
  39. The Great Fun Amusement Park
  40. Fun Funta Fun
  41. VR Mall
  42. Gopi Talav
  43. Dabhari Beach
  44. Padamdungari
  45. Padamdungri
  46. Kailash Hill Sunset
  47. Kamakshi Mandir
  48. Koteshwar
  • PATAN: Rani Ki Vav - UNESCO World Heritage Site. Patan is a treasure trove of architectural gems and ancient temples that has a history dating back to the medieval period. This place is located at the banks of what are the remains of the ancient Saraswati River. Patan is a spiritual city and strongly believes that it is their Kuldevi and her presence that has kept the town intact and its people happy and growing.


  1. Rani Ki Vav
  2. Sahastralinga Talav
  3. Patola Saree Making Unit
  • ANAND: Anand is often known as the Milk Capital of India due to the establishment of the AMUL manufacturing plant and the milk revolution that took place in the 20th century. The epicenter of the white revolution in the country back in the 60s, Anand is a place known for its semi-rural setup. Anand is also a major tourist hub and its attractions include AMUL Museum and the Chocolate Factory. The Swami Narayan Mandir is the crown jewel of the city. This region also serves as a major educational hub and boasts of prominent institutions including the Institute of Rural Management Anand and Vallabh Vidhyanagar. Flo Art Gallery is the place to be if you want to shop for authentic Gujarati handicraft works.


  • RAJKOT: A commercial city with not many sightseeing options, Rajkot should be visited for its sweets, traditional snacks, Navratri celebrations, handicrafts (silverwork, patola weaving, bandhani), and its maze of narrow alleys with distinct cultural character. Rajkot was formed in 1612 by the Jadeja Rajput Clan who ruled over the place till India’s independence in 1947.


  1. Khambhalida Caves
  2. Kaba Gandhi on Delo
  3. Pradhyuman Zoological Park
  4. Ranjit Vilas Palace
  5. Gondal
  6. Jagat Mandir
  7. Gandhi Museum
  8. Ishwariya Park
  9. Swaminarayan Mandir
  10. Lalpari Lake
  11. Watson Museum
  12. Nyari Dam
  13. Aji Dam
  14. Lang Library
  15. Rotary Dolls Museum
  16. Tankara Museum
  17. Funworld Rajkot
  18. Jubilee Garden
  19. Bal Bhavan
  20. Race Course
  21. Rashtriya Shala
  22. Rampara Wildlife Sanctuary
  23. Analgadh Hill


    1. Gaurishnakar Lake
    2. Nilambag Palace
    3. Victoria Park
    4. Takhteshwar Temple
    5. Water Lock Gate
    6. Gandhi Smriti
    7. Barton Library and Museum
    8. Palitana
    9. Bhavnagar Blackbuck National Park
    • PALANPUR: Palanpur, is a city and municipality in the Banaskantha district. A visit to this place would bring into terms the various battle fought and won in the area and the dynasties it was home to. The city is protected by Aravalli Range on one side and the Sabarmati River on the other, forming a natural fort-like city.
    • UMBERGAON: Located in the Valsad district. It is a small town inhabited by fisher folks essentially. Based on a slightly mountainous region, the town is known for its several gorgeous beaches and ancient temples. Besides, in 2017, the town became the first in the country to own a Nanotechnology manufacturing plant. In addition, the place also has a flourishing film industry.

Umbergaon Beach is the most popular beach visited by several tourists. Its gorgeous sunset views, golden glittering sands, and sumptuous ‘Chowpatty style street food.

    • MODHERA: Modhera is an ancient village, famed for housing the remains of the Sun Temple built by the Chalukya dynasty is a true historical treasure. The village is surrounded by a mystical aura that the Sun Temple, it is also a hub for spirituality and culture.
    • WILSON HILLS: Clouds floating close to the ground, lush green forests, pleasant climate and intriguing view of the sea from the hilltop – Wilson Hills is an ideal place for nature lovers.

Situated at a distance of 123 Km from Surat and around 54 Km from Valsad, Wilson Hills has an elevation of around 2,500 feet from sea level.

    • WANKANER: Situated at the bending point of River Macchu. Wankaner is a princely town known for its royal lineage and heritage monuments. ‘Wanka’ meaning ‘bend’ and ‘ner’ meaning ‘river’ together it is known as Wankaner. The city was originally ruled by Jhala Rajputs, so the place knows as Jhalawar.
    • NARGOL BEACH: A beautiful and serene beach prolifically spread over an area of 16km. The beach is not ideal for swimming, It is a perfect place for leisure walks or a picnic. Agiary (Fire Temple) is situated very close to the Nargol beach and is visited by a large number of Parsi pilgrims.
    • SARDAR SAROVAR DAM: Located near Navagam, is a massive gravity dam built on the River Narmada which was built to conserve water and help the environment. The foundation of the project was laid down by Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru in 1961 and the construction work for the same was started in 1979. the natural beauty at the spot- the gushing water of the river and lush greenery of the littered trees, make it one of the most popular tourist spots in the city.
    • RATANMAHAL SLOTH BEAR SANCTUARY: Ratanmahal Sloth Bear Sanctuary is a hilly isle known to be the home of the Sloth Bears in Dahod District. The River Panam originates from within this scenic sanctuary and meets the Orange River at the foothills of Ratanmahal. It is also known for the Mira waterfalls within the sanctuary. You may spot a black panther, leopard, or a four-horned antelope during a two-hour trek to the falls.
    • ZAZARI WATERFALLS: The Vatrak River of Dehgam, Gujarat boasts of the Zanzari Waterfalls. The main waterfall is 25 feet high and lands on a picturesque set of rocks, boulders, and craters.

The flow slowly reduces, being a perfect picnic spot around summer. Sunrise and sunset times are a good time to visit, avoiding the scorching summer heat. Do wear strong sports shoes and carry food if you choose to visit.

    • TARANGA HILLS: Taranga refers to a three-peaked hill located in the Mehsana district, on the banks of the river Sabarmati. Taranga Hills holds great importance for Jains as they consider it to be one of the five most Mahatirthas. The famed Ajitnath Jain Temple is located here. Though the hills are a major pilgrimage site for the Jains, the temples' architecture is a delight to anyone, not just to a person from the Jain community



  • INTERNATIONAL KITE FESTIVAL or UTTARAYAN: One of the main festivals in Gujarat that marks the beginning of the harvest season and is celebrated with great enthusiasm and zeal. The sky fills up with colorful kites of all shapes and sizes, and people engross in fun-filled competitions wherein the goal is to cut others' kites while keeping your own in the sky for the longest time possible. The main event is celebrated in Ahmedabad, but as it is the harvest festival of Gujarat it is celebrated across the state.
  • MODHERA DANCE FESTIVAL: Also known as Uttarardh Mahotsavis, 3days festival to experience the essence of classical Indian dance and music. The epic masterpiece of the Solanki Empire, Modhera Sun Temple, reverberates with the rhythmic beats of prancing steps during the festival. To revive year's old traditions and respect the rich cultural legacy of the past, Modhera Dance Festival is revered with fanfare.
  • BHAVNATH MAHADEV FAIR: Bhavnath Mahadev Fair is a five-day affair dedicated to Lord Shiva. The sages riding on elephants blow shells and lead processions, marking the commencement of this fair. Dance, music, prayers, and offerings are performed during this enlivening festival. People before coming to the shrine do parikrama around Girnar Hill. It takes place at Bhavnath Temple, Junagadh. The fair organized during Maha Shivaratri.
  • RANN UTSAV: This is the main festival in Gujarat. Celebrated at The Great Rann Of Kutch in between the sparkling white sand. From folk dance (Garba, Hallisaka, and Tippani) performance to scrumptious Gujarati thali, from moonlit camera safari to folk dramas, the festival is organized to celebrate uniqueness and culture of the Kutch region. The Utsav takes place from October to February.
  • KAVANT FAIR: Kavan Fair is one of the harvest festivals of Gujarat mainly celebrated in the tribal regions. Celebrated with pomp and show in the North-Eastern region of Gujarat. People gather together to discuss matrimonial prospects, barter good and traditional dance is performed which draws people to the enchanting festival. the highlight of this whole celebration is that the performers color their bodies in different vibrant shades and designs. The colors are made of rice and ash. The fair celebrates after the third day of Holi.
  • CHAITRA VICHITRA MELA: Celebrated in the month of March (a fortnight after Holi), Chitra Vichitra is the largest Tribal festival in Gujarat. Chitra Vichitra Mela is held on the new moon eve. All the women gather at the riverfront and mourn for their dead relatives. The next day fair splashes off with everyone dressed in different colors. All the men don a blue shirt, dhoti, and a red or saffron fenta or turban while the women are decked up in ghagras along with heavy silver jewelry.
  • MADHAVRAI FAIR: Madhavrai Fair takes place in a small village Madhavpur. Located on the shore of Porbandar, it is a significant place in Gujarat. The Madhavrai Fair is conducted to celebrate the wedding of Lord Krishna and Devi Rukmini. It takes place in the Chaitra month of the Hindu Calendar
  • RATH YATRA: The rath yatra entourage passes through different parts of the city. The devotees pull three small chariots with the idols of Lord Krishna, his brother Lord Balarama, and their sister Subhadra throughout the city. Devotees, in thousands, take to the streets on that holy day to worship the deities. A traditional and cultural extravaganza in which exciting parade and prayers take place.
  • JANMASHTAMI: one of the most-awaited festivals celebrated in Gujarat, Lord Krishna's birth in an exhilarating manner in Dwarka. People forming a human pyramid, and then one amongst them climbs to the top to break the Dahi handi, and the crowd cheers. This famous religious festival in Gujarat is known for its Dahi handi ceremony. Janmashtami is celebrated in the month of August
  • BHADRAPURNIMA FAIR: Bhadra Purnima Fair is a festival in Gujarat that is held on the full moon of Bhadrapad at the temple of the goddess Ambaji in the city of Ambaji. As there is no idol in this temple, thus the representation of the deity is done through a triangular object called Vishwa Yantra. N the day people, especially agriculturists visit the temple for a favorable view of the diety and to attend readings of the Sapatashati, the seven hundred verses in praise of the goddess. As the evening knocks on the door everyone has a gala time by performing Garba and Bhavai.
  • TARNETAR FAIR: People who wish to peek into the lifestyle of the Gujarat people should be a part of the Tarnetar festival. Tarnetar Fair is a 3-day long festive fair hosted in the Village of Tarnetar. The celebrations are inspired by the grand swayamvar of Draupadi, one of the most significant female characters from the Sanskrit epic, Mahabharata. The fair is like a massive wedding feast for locals and is attended by more than 1 lakh people from across India. It takes place in August or September as per the Georgian calendar.
  • RAVECHI FAIR: Every year, usually in the month of September, the salt desert of Kutch comes to live with Ravechi Fair. During this festival, a large number of Hindu pilgrims gather in this region. This popular traditional festival involves the singing of folk songs and performances of traditional dance forms. Showcasing the local lifestyle of Gujarat, various art workshops and exhibitions are held. Usually, it takes place in the month of September.
  • NAVARATRI: Description of Gujarat festivals is incomplete without the mention of Navratri. Celebrated for nine long days with huge pomp and show, Navratri is dedicated to all the nine forms of Goddess Durga. Navratri is a traditional festival in Gujarat. You will come across the celebration in every nook and corner of the state. Three things sum up Navratri; Dandiya, Garba, and lots of fun. Navaratri begins in October or November. The festival begins on the first day of the Hindu month Ashwin.
  • BEACH FESTIVAL: One of the main festivals in Gujarat is the Beach Festival that is organized on the famous Tithal Beach. During this festival, the whole area of the beach is decorated with lights and several shows are hosted. From music events to magic shows and dance performances, there is a lot to explore during this festival. Moreover, you can also indulge in activities like volleyball, beach cricket, and water ball. Attending this festival might make your spirit sing with happiness. Usually celebrates in October-November month.
  • SHAMLAJI MELO: Shamlaji Melo or Kartik Purnima Fair takes place on the premises of immaculately crafted Shamlaji Temple. Devotees in large numbers arrive at the Shamlaji fair on foot or camel carts, singing devotional songs. People dancing and carrying banners bearing sacred symbols is a common sight that sets a cheerful mood. They worship the deity and bathe in the holy waters of the Meshwo River. The fair is organized around November, with Kartik Purnima being the most important day, and lasts for three weeks.
  • VAUTHA MELA: Vautha Fair to Gujarat is what Pushkar Mela is to Rajasthan; the only distinction is the Vautha Fairtrade of donkeys and camels take place. Beautifully decorated animals, stalls selling everything from handicrafts to machinery, Hindu traditions being performed on the river banks, tents, and delicious local cuisines. This five-day festival falls on the full moon night of Kartik month of the Hindu calendar (November).
  • PARAGLIDING FESTIVAL: Between the months of December and January, Paragliding Festival is hosted for 26 days. The idea was put forward to make Satpura appear in the limelight as a paragliding destination. Apart from this activity, one can also opt for bike riding, zorbing, go-karting, and parasailing. Anyone can take part in this festival as training sessions are held for everyone which is why it is one of the major festivals of Gujarat. Every year the paragliding festival receives more than 5000 entries from far-flung places.
  • DANGS DARBAR TRIBAL FESTIVAL: Celebrated few days before Holi, Dang Darbar is an important Tribe festival of Gujarat. The Tribal festival is celebrated to honor the forefathers of the five kings of Gadhavi, Pimpri, Amala-Linga, Vasurana, and Daher. It takes place at Ahwa District in the month of March for one day.
  • POLO CYCLE RACE FESTIVAL: Those who looking for challenges, should take part in Polo Cycle Race. The race is 151 and 222 km long bumpy stretches. It starts from Ahmedabad and ends at Polo forest. The race takes place in the month of January.

Fairs & Festivals You Can See At Gujrat

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Here are the fair and festivals of Gujrat

KALI POOJA: Kali Pooja is celebrated by worshipping Goddess Maa Kali. Goddess Kali is considered as the Goddess of ruining evil. She is worshipped with great dedication in the month of Aswin (October-November) every year.

During Kali Puja, the Kali temple at Premnagar is the main attraction, which is beautifully adorned with colored lamps. Locals and visitors from different regions visit the temple to attend the poojas and Artis. They worship the Ma Kali idols placed inside the temple with sheer dedication.

Apart from the Kali Temple, other places with Kali’s idols also witness a huge crowd that pays a visit to offer their prayers to Maa Kali. Post Kali Pooja, a procession takes place by which the idols are carried out for immersion in the water.

A huge crowd consisting of Kali Maa’s devotees takes part in the procession with dance and songs to bid adieu to Maa Kali.

DURGA POOJA: Maa Durga is widely celebrated in Andaman. It is one of the main festivals of the Hindus. It is also celebrated with the name “Navratri” for nine days during the month Sept-Oct.

Bengalis in the region are huge devotees of Maa Durga and make her idols with clay to worship the same. The localities get decorated with lights and Durga pooja pandals are placed in different regions with thousands of devotees visiting to offer their prayers.

GANESH POOJA: As per the Hindu calendar, in the month of Bhadrapad Sudha Chaturthi, Ganesh Pooja is widely celebrated in the Andaman. It is also celebrated with the name “Vinayaka Chaturthi”. Various Ganesh temples in Andaman get decorated with flowers and Diyas, with flocks of devotees visiting to offer their Shraddhanjali and prayers to Lord Ganesha.

Then they offer dishes like "Kozhukattai" and "Sundal", which later get distributed among the devotees as Prasad. The priests perform aartis and poojas. The Sri Lakshmi Vinayagar Temple at Aberdeen Bazaar and Shri Karpaga Vinyagar at Goal Ghar are must-visit during Ganesh Puja.

Apart from temples, many pandals are also placed in rural areas and villages with beautiful Ganesh idols erected in the middle with various decorations.

AYAPPA POOJA: Ayappa pooja is celebrated to worship Lord Ayappan. According to Hindu mythology, he is the son of Shiva and Mohini. Ayyappan is also referred to as Ayyappa, Sastavu, and many other names. It is generally celebrated on 14th or 15th January.

All the devotees gather at Ayappan temples to offer their prayers and worship the idols with bhajans and devotional songs.

HOLI: Holi (festival of colors) is perhaps the most colorful and cheerful festival of the country widely celebrated in different regions. Andaman is also celebrating Holi with great enthusiasm.

People gather with friends and family to play with Colors and savories. As per the Hindu calendar, this festival falls on the day of Phalguni Poornima during the month of February-March. People of all caste and creeds celebrate Holi without any discrimination. It indeed brings happiness to each and everyone soaking themselves in colorful hues.

GURU NANAK JAYANTI: Gurunanak Jayanti is dedicatedly celebrated by Sikhs and Punjabi people on Kartik Poornima Day. Also known as Gokula Ashtami, it commemorates the birthday of Sikh Guru Nanak. All the Gurudwaras get beautifully decorated with fairy lights and lamps and welcome people of all religions to offer their prayers to Guru Nanak.

In Andaman, the Police Gurudwara in Aberdeen Bazar and Dr. Diwan Singh Gurudwara are main attractions Where loads of devotees gather to celebrate with songs, prayers, bhajans followed by prasad.

DEEPAWALI: Deepavali, the festival of lights is another important festival celebrated by Andamanis. It has been celebrated for ages from October to Nov, which signifies the victory of light over darkness/evil. The festival is also linked to Ramayana as on this day Ram, Sita, Laxman, and Hanuman return to Ayodhya after defeating Ravana.

People celebrate it by wearing new clothes, distributing sweets and gifts to dear and near ones. They clean their homes and decorate them with lights and Diyas. Crackers are burst in different regions. However, cracker bursting should be avoided by people for the betterment of the environment and to reduce pollution

SARASWATI POOJA: Saraswati pooja is celebrated to worship Maa Saraswati, the Goddess of education, and Vidya. It is celebrated with great commitment in educational and vocational institutes. Continuous poojas and Shraddhanjalis are performed during the day.

People wear traditional clothes and head out to offer their prayers and seek the blessings of Maa Saraswati. It is widely celebrated by youngsters and students to excel in their education and professional career. It is celebrated from Feb-March.

RAM NAVAMI: Ram Navami is celebrated during March-April in the month of Chaitra to celebrate Lord Ram's birthday. All the Ram temples in the region get decorated with lights and Diyas and special poojas and aartis are performed by the priests.

All the Ram Bhakts gather to offer prayer and seek Lord Ram’s blessings. Songs and bhajans on Lord Ram and Sita are performed. In Andaman, Ram Temples located in Haddo, Aberdeen Basthi, and Kumrakheti are the main attractions during Ram Navami.

VILAKKU POOJA: This Pooja has an interesting history. Earlier, this pooja was celebrated only by married women at their homes. Nowadays, it is celebrated by all people with sheer dedication to worship Goddess Maa Maha Lakshmi. All the temples of the region get beautifully decorated.

All the married women (also known as Sumangalis) gather at the temples with flowers, turmeric, kumkum, sugar candy, and recite verses with the priests and offer their prayers. The pooja continues for about 3 hours and Prasad is distributed among the devotees later.

RAMZAN: Ramzan, also known as Ramadan is observed by Muslim people in Andaman. As a part of the celebration, people fast from dawn to sunset. Before dawn, they observe a pre-fast meal called suhur and then fast for the whole day.

In the evening they break the fast and consume the meal known as iftar. They also offer charity to the poor. The whole celebration continues for 30 days and the entire Quran is read during these 30 days.

PRADOSA POOJA: Pradosha Pooja is celebrated two times a month in honor of Lord Shiva. One is celebrated during the period of the waxing moon and the other during the period of depreciation moon. The idols of Lord Pooja and Goddess Parvati are decorated beautifully to offer poojas and aartis. The idol of Nandi Dev is also decorated and offered with rice.

As a part of the celebration, devotees whisper their wishes to Nandi Dev after the poojas and aartis. It is believed that Nandi Dev passes on the wishes to Lord Shiva.

NAG PANCHAMI: Nag Panchami is celebrated on the fifth day after Amavasya in the holy month of Shraavana. Nag, the Indian cobra is regarded as sacred in many religions in India.

The festival is widely celebrated in Andaman in the honor of Serpent God or Nag Devata. People worship snakes and offer milk to them. The Indian cobra is worshipped because Lord Shiva holds an Indian Cobra around his neck. He is the only deity who holds an Indian cobra.

VASANT PANCHAMI: Vasant Panchami is a festival that marks the preliminary preparations before the onset of the spring (Basant) season. It also marks the beginning of the preparation of Holika and Holi. The festival celebrates the harvests of agricultural fields' of mustard crops. People get dressed in new clothes and enjoy great feasts together.

MARRIAMMAN FESTIVAL: This is one of the biggest festivals of Hindus celebrated to worship Goddess Arulmigu Sri Mariamman. A popular and old temple is situated in Astinabad village, which is at a distance of six km from Port Blair.

The devotees of Maa Mariamman greatly believe that Maa is guarding the Chidyatapu islands of Andaman. This festival is celebrated every year during February. the devotees gather to perform pooja and aartis.

People irrespective of all regions visit the temple to offer their prayers. This has also become a famous Andaman tourist package attraction.

PANGUNI UTTIRAM: This festival is celebrated in honor of God Sri VetrimalaiMurugan also popularly known as Lord Karthika. The Sri Vetrimalai (Victory hill) Murugan temple is one of the oldest temples on these islands, which attracts flocks of visitors every day.

People have a strong feeling that their prayers are fulfilled by God Murugan.

During the festival, this temple is a prime attraction with colorful lights and banners throughout. As a part of the celebration, "Anna Dhanam" ids performed i.e. full meals are provided to the visitors.

Tourists also actively take part in the celebrations. The devotees of god Murugan walk on fire to reach the Moolasthanam where the GodMurugan’s statute is placed.

SANKATAHARA CHATURTHI POOJA: This pooja is performed to worship Lord Sri Ganesh. The term “Sankata” means difficulties. Lord Ganesha is known to be the destroyer of difficulties. People worship Shri Ganesha to put an end to their difficulties.

All the Ganesh temples get beautifully decorated and devotees flock in large numbers to seek Ganesha’s blessings. The pooja is performed on the fourth day from the day of the full moon. Some also celebrate it at the time of the rising moon.

CHRISTMAS: Christmas is widely celebrated among the Christian community of Andaman on 25th December every year to commemorate the birth of Jesus Christ. All the churches get decorated with lamps and other decorations and people gather in large numbers to offer prayers.

People decorate their homes, prepare savories at their homes, and invite friends and family to enjoy a sumptuous meal together.

SHIVARATRI: Another significant festival celebrated in Andaman and Nicobar islands is Shivaratri. As per the Hindu calendar, it falls in the month of Magha, during February-March in the honor of Lord Shiva.

All the Shiva temples get decorated with flowers and Diyas and poojas are performed by the devotees. They perform songs and bhajans in the name of Lord Shiva and later prasad are offered to the visitors. People also consume bhang in the name of Lord Shiva and indulge in dances and dramas.

The main attractions during this pooja are the Lord Shiva Temples in Delanipur, Pahar Goan, and Garacharma. The popular Sri Vetrimalai Murugan Temple also has archival Lingas adorned with colorful flowers meant for Lord Shiva. The Shiva Linga is also offered milk by devotees.

ISLAND TOURISM FESTIVAL: The Island Tourism Festival held in Andaman is among the biggest festivals held in the Archipelago, which is worldwide popular for its majestic celebrations. It is a 15-day festival held every year in January in Port Blair and different parts of various islands like Havelock, Neil, Diglipur, Rangat, and so on. The worldwide popularity attracts thousands of tourists every year for Andaman trip packages.

The Island Tourism festival hosts a plethora of events for its visitors. You are guaranteed to have a row of magical cultural nights with live music concerts, dance performances, theatres and plays, and other entertaining events.

As a part of the Festival, a fair is held in Port Blair, which exhibits handicraft and handloom stalls, food stalls serving varied cuisines, games for adults and children, kids’ contests, kite playing events, flower, and plant shows, and many more.

BEACH FESTIVAL: In April, a grand beach festival is organized across different beaches in Andaman. Selected beaches take the responsibility of hosting different events designated under the Beach Festival by the Directorate of tourism.

Main attractions of the Beach Festival.

The prime intention behind organizing the beach festival is to promote shoreline exercises along with providing a magical nightlife experience to the islanders and visitors. Water sports activities are a major part of this festival, which are organized on select beaches. Sand sculpture rivalry and fisherman dinghy race are always the main attractions of this festival.

Other fun activities involve games like volleyball, kabaddi, tree climbing, tug of war, musical chair, and much more.

On the cultural front, many crafted worked stalls are placed at different places. To provide a nightlife experience to the spectators, musical concerts and dance shows are organized.

FILM FESTIVAL: Andaman and Nicobar Islands host numerous prestigious film festivals every year. One of the greatest film festivals held here in Port Blair is the Panorama Film Festival. This is also the first-ever film festival of Andaman, which was first held in 2011.

Every year the film screens notable feature films and documentaries from across the world. It also invites renowned film personalities for panel discussions.

The DBRAIT Auditorium of Port Blair hosts various other film festivals every year including children’s film festivals, a centenary celebration of the Film Festival, etc.

A Patriotic Film Festival is also organized by the Directorate of Information, Publicity, and Tourism to foster the spirit of patriotism.

MONSOON FESTIVAL: The Monsoon Festival is organized every year by the Directorate of Tourism in collaboration with every single nearby Department under the A&N Administration and tourism administration suppliers of the Islands. It is generally held in the month of June-July. You can see this Festival by booking Andaman exotic holidays package tour.

The Monsoon festival is held for both entertainment and business purposes. On the business front, business shows, work deals, and diversion programs are organized.

For the entertainment of islanders and visitors, games, culinary shows, and traditional exhibitions are organized. Live music performance, DJ music, and other music projects are the main attractions.

FOOD FESTIVAL: Andaman’s annual Food Festival is a paradise for food lovers. Held every year in September in ITF ground Port Blair, it offers a mouth-watering range of culinary delights to the visitors. Travelers from across the world mandatorily pay a visit to this 5-day long food festival to tantalize their taste buds.

The Festival is organized by the Tourism Department of the A&N Administration every year to promote and popularize Indian traditional cuisines and cultures of different states and communities. Every year, food stalls with cuisines of different states such as Tamil Nadu, UP, Punjab, Gujarat, Maharashtra, and so on. Apart from food stalls, many cultural programs are also organized to entertain the visitors. If you want to be a part of the food festival get the best Andaman tour packages at Travotic Holidays.

WORLD TOURISM DAY: World tourism day in Andaman is a glitzy affair. For the year 2019, it was celebrated in Port Blair, which was attended by various travel and tourism fraternity members. It began with members of the Andaman Association of Tour Operators (AATO) greeting its tourists with flowers at the airport.

The same day, a beach cleaning drive with the motto ‘Swatch Bharat Swatch Paryatan’ was held at Marina Park, Corbyn’s Cove, Chidiyatapu beach, and North Bay.

As the prime attraction of the day, a “Flea Market” was also made a part of it. A wide range of programs was organized to promote the local culture, cuisine, arts & handicrafts.

Other entertainment events like mini-golf, roller skaters, and various other fun activities were conducted. The prime motto of the celebration is to educate and encourage the participation of islanders to promote tourism in the islands.


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Day 01
Rice, Aloo Bhaji, Dal, Fish curry, Chatni, Papad
Rice, Aloo Bhaji, Dal, Fish curry, Chatni, Papad
Day 02
Puri, Sabji, Tea / Coffee
Rice, Chips, Dal, Fish portion, Chatni, Papad
Rice / Roti, Dal, Mix Veg /Similar, Chicken Masala
Day 03
Bread, Omelet, Tea / Coffee

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Tour Reviews

This Ajodhya hills tour is awesome for a short tour. We went from Kolkata to Ajodhya by car. The scenic beauty of the hill is awesome and the route is also very beautiful. The view of the lakes is very nice. The hotel is Good especially Food. Well organized by Travotic holidays Team. Thanks to Mr. Abhijit for advising such a good weekend destination. - Mr. Suman Mukherjee

Suman Mukherjee

Thanks Travotic Holidays, for organizing an awesome trip. It was so well organized. We went Ajodhya hills Purulia, visited upper – Local Dam, Mathaburo pujo and Falls. Hotel was fine , Car was Brand New and Driver Mithun is a nice person with good knowledge. Special thanks to Mrs.Arpita Saha her cooperation.She customised our tour program so beautifully.Hotels were pretty good,in nice location.

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Decent trip organizer for weekend Destination. Visited Ajodhya last week. hotels and Car and Services provided are of top-notch.

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