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$1305 Multi-day & Extended Tours

Vibrant Gujarat

Day 1 : Arrival at AhmedabadArrival at Ahmedabad and transfer to hotel. In the afternoon visit the city, take a heritage walk in the old city and walk through the Swminarayan Temple, Old Bazaar and finish at Jama Mosque. Later visit Siddhi Sayyed Mosque & Jain Temple. Overnight.Day 2 : Ahmedabad - Patan - Modhera - Dasada (208 Km,5 Hours)Breakfast in Hotel start the day with the visit of Sabarmati Ashram of Mahatma Gandhi. Continue to Dasada and enroute visit the historical city of Patan and its magnificent step well and the Sun Temple at Modhera. Continue to Dasada. Check in and overnight.Day 3 : Dasada - Bhuj (280 Km,7 Hours)Morning safari in the Little Rann of Kutch, an expanse of salty water and mud. The region is rich in animals like antelopes, wild donkeys, gazelles, desert foxes, pelicans, flamingos, cranes and storks., In the afternoon, transfer to Bhuj. Check in and overnight.Day 4 : Bhuj In the morning, Visit of desert villages inhabited by colourful tribes. These villages are famous for their precious craft activities such as ornaments made by ancient method of metallurgy, lacquered wood and fine embroidery on cloth. Overnight.Day 5 : Bhuj - Rajkot (160 Km, 4 Hours) Transfer to Rajkot,enroute visit a traditional weaving centre. Afternoon visit Gondal Palace and the Swaminarayan Temple. Dinner with an Indian family. Check in and overnight.Day 6 : Rajkot - Junagadh – Sasangir (160 km, 4 Hours) Morning drive to Junagarh, visit the imposing fort and the Buddhist caves with the edict of Ashoka and the Mausoleum of Mahabat Maqbara. Proceed to Sasangir. Visit the village of Siddhi Community. Check in and overnight.Day 7 : Sasangir - Somnath - Diu (150 Km,3 Hours) Morning safari in the Gir National Park, home of now rare Asian lion. Afternoon drive to Diu with a stop for the visit of the famous Somnath temple. An important Hindu pilgrimage center. Arrive at Diu, visit the former Portuguese colony. Enjoy a visit of its colourful Markets, San Paolo church, and old Portuguese fortCheck in and overnight.Day 8 : Diu - Bhavnagar (200 Km,5 Hours)Morning visit the Fish Market in the village of Vanakabra. An experience for life. Afternoon departure for Bhavnagar. Check in and overnight.Day 9 : Bhavnagar- Palitana - Bhavnagar Full day excursion to Palitana, An important Jain pilgrimage centre with 800 temples. These temples are located on the sacred Satrunjaya hill at the height of 2000 metres. Return to the hotel. Overnight.Day 10 : Bhavnagar - Lothal - Ahmedabad Departure for Bhavnagar, along the way stop to visit Lothal, An important archaeological site of Harappa and Mohen Jo Daro civilization which used to serve as a port.proceed to Ahmedabad, Afternoon free for shopping. Later transfer to airport for international departures.

$36 Sightseeing Tickets & Passes

Delhi Sulabh International Museum of Toilets

You will be picked up from your hotel and driven to Sulabh International Museum of Toilets.The museum is the brainchild of Dr. Bindeshwar Pathak. His painstaking efforts for marshaling even the minutest details about the development of toilet system in the world led to the establishment of this unique museum in 1992 in New Delhi. The exhibits, so collected, have been meticulously displayed chronologically. Thus, it showcases the development over the last five thousand years from the third millennium B.C. to the end of the 20th century.The museum has three main sections:Ancient: The story unfolds with the sanitation arrangements of the Harappan Settlements of around 3,000 B.C. The excavated main sites of that civilization at Harappa and Mohenjo-Daro in modern Pakistan and Dholavira and Lothal in Gujarat province of India have remnants of wells, bathing tanks, both overground and underground drains, toilets, soak-pits, roads and lanes. The W.C. toilet at Mohenjo-Daro of 2,500 B.C. is acknowledged as a championing work in the field of sanitation. The pucca wide underground drain of Dholavira in the citadel section of the township, has manholes at regular intervals to monitor the flow inside. Simultaneously, the museum also displays sanitation arrangements of other ancient civilizations of Egypt, Babylon, Crete, Jerusalem, Greece and Rome.Medieval: During the Middle Ages, whether in India or elsewhere, the kings and emperors used to live in big forts for security reasons. The museum displays toilets of Amber Fort of Jaipur, Akbar’s Fort in Fatehpur-Sikri near Agra, Gingee Fort of Tamilnadu and Golconda Fort of Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh. In this section, one can also see European toilets, some of them for royal use and therefore valuable.Modern: This section has interesting toilet related cartoons, photographs of toilets from the catalogues of reputed sanitary ware manufacturing companies and public toilets of different countries. The visitors in this section also see the toy-commode from China, mobile toilet of Sulabh, electric toilet from America and the model of the world’s biggest toilet complex at a religious place named Shirdi in Maharashtra. The museum is also exhibiting some ultra-modern electronic toilets from Japan, South Korea and other countriesUpon completion of your museum visit, you will be transferred back to your hotel.

$81 Sightseeing Tickets & Passes

Delhi Sulabh International Museum with Lunch

You will be picked up from your hotel and driven to Sulabh International Museum of Toilets.The museum is the brainchild of Dr. Bindeshwar Pathak. His painstaking efforts for marshaling even the minutest details about the development of toilet system in the world led to the establishment of this unique museum in 1992 in New Delhi. The exhibits, so collected, have been meticulously displayed chronologically. Thus, it showcases the development over the last five thousand years from the third millennium B.C. to the end of the 20th century.The museum has three main sections:Ancient: The story unfolds with the sanitation arrangements of the Harappan Settlements of around 3,000 B.C. The excavated main sites of that civilization at Harappa and Mohenjo-Daro in modern Pakistan and Dholavira and Lothal in Gujarat province of India have remnants of wells, bathing tanks, both overground and underground drains, toilets, soak-pits, roads and lanes. The W.C. toilet at Mohenjo-Daro of 2,500 B.C. is acknowledged as a championing work in the field of sanitation. The pucca wide underground drain of Dholavira in the citadel section of the township, has manholes at regular intervals to monitor the flow inside. Simultaneously, the museum also displays sanitation arrangements of other ancient civilizations of Egypt, Babylon, Crete, Jerusalem, Greece and Rome.Medieval: During the Middle Ages, whether in India or elsewhere, the kings and emperors used to live in big forts for security reasons. The museum displays toilets of Amber Fort of Jaipur, Akbar’s Fort in Fatehpur-Sikri near Agra, Gingee Fort of Tamilnadu and Golconda Fort of Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh. In this section, one can also see European toilets, some of them for royal use and therefore valuable.Modern: This section has interesting toilet related cartoons, photographs of toilets from the catalogues of reputed sanitary ware manufacturing companies and public toilets of different countries. The visitors in this section also see the toy-commode from China, mobile toilet of Sulabh, electric toilet from America and the model of the world’s biggest toilet complex at a religious place named Shirdi in Maharashtra. The museum is also exhibiting some ultra-modern electronic toilets from Japan, South Korea and other countriesUpon completion of your museum visit, you will have lunch included at a local restaurant (Beverage excluded).  After lunch, you will be transferred back to your hotel.

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