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Dwarkadhish Yatra with DIU Daman Beaches

Price (per adult on twin sharing)
60000.00/-

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Trip Duration
5 Day's / 4 Nights
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Package Description

Besides visiting all the famous temples on your Dwarkadhish Yatra, you can make your way and have a sun and sand experience on the once Portuguese ruled islands Diu and Daman. Get enthralled seeing the magnificent Cathedrals, gigantic forts and many more striking monuments. You cannot avoid the temptation of indulging in water sports on these almost isolated islands. Beach side makes the best getaway for the urban dwellers. Devka beach and Nani Daman are great tourist draws. For those who seek some seclusion, Jampore beach would be ideal place for them. Nagoa beach is a shoe shaped beach in Diu. Diu is famous for its best Sea Ports since 14th to 16th century. If you would like to know where on earth you can find art, architecture, education, research and exhibition, all under one roof, it is at Akshardham temple in Gandhinagar. Centrally located on Ahmedabad –Gandhinagar road is the tourist favourite, Vaishno Devi temple. Plunge into a blissful spiritual and meditative mood at the ISKCON temple in Ahmedabad. By opting for this tour you will truly have a spiritual and a rejuvenating experience.



Five Days Dwarkadhish Yatra with DIU Daman Beaches Packages. Here is the list of places where you visit : Rukmani temple, dwarakadhish temple, nageswar mahadev, iskcon temple, vaishno devi & akshardham.


Inclusion

  • Hotel
  • Car
  • Food

Exclusion

  • Sightseeing
  • Flight
  • Train

#1 Day

Somnath – diu sightseeing

Early morning attend morning aarti in somnath jyotirling after breakfast we will drive to diu check in hotel after that the day at the beach and museums; explore the monuments and other sightseeing. Overnight stay in hotel at diu.

#2 Day

Diu- ahmadabad

After breakfast you will proceeds for ahmadabad sightseeing places: - iskon temple & vaishno devi maa darshan. Overnight stay in hotel at ahmadabad.

#3 Day

Ahmadabad -dwarka

On arrival at ahmadabad airport Or Railway Station met and transfer to dwarka by road. Dwarka is one of the seven most holy hindu pilgrimage cities in india. Dwarka is located in the jamnagar district of gujarat. Dwarka is on the mouth of the gomti river. Dwarka is famous for dwarkadhish temple, built on north bank of the gomti river. Rukmani temple darshan- temple of lord krishnas wife. dwarakadhish temple darshan- evening aarti darshan at dwarakadhish temple. Overnight stay in hotel at dwaraka.

#4 Day

Dwarkadish-Somnath

Dwarakadhish temple darshan- morning aarti darshan at dwarakadhish temple.

Bet dwarka-it is most popularly known as bet shankhoddar. It was believed that lord krishna lived with his family when the ruled at dwaraka. It is a fascinating site of attraction to the tourists.

Nageswar mahadev jyotirling- after breakfast you will proceed for nageswar mahadev jyotirling- the puranas mention 12 jyotirling representing lord shiva, who manifested himself in that form in different parts of india. This shiva shrine near dwaraka is one of these.
In the afternoon proceed to somnath check in hotel and inthe evening time attend aarti in jyotirling. Overnight stay in hotel at somnath.

#5 Day

Akshar dham temple darshan-airport drop

After breakfast rive to akshar dham day free for akshar dham and drop at ahmadabad airport to catch evening flight to delhi.

DO’s and Don’ts

Make a photo copy of your passport and credit cards. Also keep them in separate wallets.
Pack medications with their prescriptions in their original containers.
Mark your bags with your name and address (official and residential).
Keep abreast of local and international news.
Respect the cultural and religious values of locals.
Don’t flaunt your money in public.
Don’t carry too much cash in a single wallet.
Don’t leave expensive jewellery or items in the hotel room.
Don’t discuss your travel plans with strangers.
Don’t accept food items and drinks from strangers.

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