Destinations Covered: Bombay - Ahmedabad - Nal Sarovar - Velavadar - Utellia - Palitan - Bhavnagar - Diu - Sasan Gir - Khijaday Sanctuary - Jamnagar - Khijjday - Priton - Zainabad - Udaipur - Bijaipur - Ranthambore - Bharatpur - Agra - Delhi
Duration: 19 Nights/20 Days
Day 01: Mumbai
As you arrive, you would be heartily welcomed by our representative who would take you to the hotel. After some rest, you will be taken on a sightseeing tour of Mumbai. First, you would be taken to the Prince of Wales museum which is set amongst verdant gardens. The museum is a huge complex with a bronze statue of King George-V standing tall outside. The monument was designed in 1905 and the structure is dominated by a huge tilted concrete dome. The museum is divided into three main sections arts, archaeology and natural history
Day 02: Mumbai - Ahmedabad
After having breakfast at the hotel, you will be driven to the airport from where you will board a flight to Ahmedabad. As soon as you reach Ahmedabad, you will be received by our representative who will escort you to a hotel where you will check in and relax. You will have the whole day at your discern - you can either enjoy indoor games at the hotel or can explore the local markets. You would be accommodated at the hotel for an overnight stay.
Day 03: Ahmedabad - Nal Sarovar - Velavadar - Utellia
You will be taken on a guided tour of Ahmedabad. Ahmedabad has a lot to offer to the tourists on aesthetic grounds as it is the birth place of Mahatma Gandhi. Later you will be visiting Nal Sarovar, which is a big lake surrounded with marshland and hence, is an ideal place for the migratory birds. Later you will visit Velavadar Blackbuck Sanctuary and at the end you will visit the Palace of Utelia. You will be staying at a hotel in Utelia.
Day 04: Utellia - Palitan - Bhavnagar
Day four has a lot of interesting places in store for you. You will be driven to Palitan which is an important Jain pilgrimage destination. There are more than 1200 temples in Shetrunjaya Hills. Later during the day, you will be visiting Bhavnagar where you will be visiting the Takhteshwar Temple, Gandhi Smriti Museum and Gaurishankar Lake. You will be staying at the hotel for the overnight stay.
Day 05: Bhavnagar - Diu
After having breakfast at the hotel, you will be driven to Diu. Diu is considered a fisherman's town, as it is located on an island which is situated on the southern peninsula of Gujarat. Diu was once a Portuguese colony so there are a number of fortresses which display the signs of Portuguese architecture. Also, there are a number of old cathedrals which you would be visiting during your stay here. Overnight would be at Diu.
Day 06: Diu - Sasan Gir
You will be driven to Sasan Gir Forest which is a major wildlife sanctuary in India. You will be spending some adventurous time at the Gir forest. The forest has a rugged terrain with steep rocky hillsides. There are a few springs also, but their flow generally depends upon the season. Rest of the day is free for you to get the feel of the place. Rest well for the following day would bring forth an exciting day ahead.
Day 07: Sasan Gir
You will be taken on a safari to Sasan Gir today to see the wildlife. The Sasan Gir Lion Sanctuary lies at the south western fringes of the Saurashtra Peninsula. The sanctuary was created in the year 1913, and is among the finest wildlife sanctuaries of India. It serves as a home for around 300 Asiatic lions. In fact, apart from Africa, Gir is the only place where you can see the lion in its natural habitat. Overnight would be at Gir
Day 08: Sasan Gir
A single day is never sufficient to explore the flora and fauna of Sasan Gir completely. As such, day eight is also reserved for exploring this paradise of beauty and mystery. In addition to lion, the sanctuary also serves as the habitat for a number of other fauna like Indian deer, sambar, chital, nilgai, chinkara etc. Give wings to your adventurous self as Sasan Gir Sanctuary forwards you with an enthralling experience.
Day 09: Sasan Gir - Khijaday Sanctury - Jamnagar
A day trip to Khijaday Bird Sanctuary is planned for the ninth day of the tour. After an early morning breakfast you will be taken to the Khijaday Bird Sanctuary. You will be able to see a number of different birds which have made the Khijaday Bird Sanctuary their natural habitat. Located 12 kms away from Jamnagar, it's a unique wetland ecosystem with two freshwater lakes and is a paradise for bird watchers and wildlife photographers. Thereafter, you would head straight to Jamnagar for dinner and overnight stay.
Day 10: Jamnagar - Khijday - Priton - Jamnagar
Early in the morning you would be taken to Khijday for bird watching once again. Later during the day you will be exploring Jamnagar and neighboring places. You will also be visiting the local markets of Jamnagar, Priton, and Khijday. This day gives you an opportunity to witness the day-to-day life of the people of these places.
Day 11: Jamnagar - Zainabad
You will be driven to Zainabad which is another famous wildlife sanctuary. The sanctuary is famous for the rare Gudkhur or Asian wild ass. It is one of the largest sanctuaries of the country and is home to numerous animals like desert cats, wolves, chinkaras, black bucks and many more. Zainabad is blessed with the scenic beauty as well as wide variety of fauna and avifauna. Overnight would be at Zainabad.
Day 12: Zainabad - Udaipur
You will be driven to Udaipur which is popularly known as the Lake City of India. There are a number of places worth visiting in Udaipur which you will be visiting. Starting from City Palace and Jagdish Temple to Sahelion Ki Bari, Pratap Memorial, Fatehsagar and Lake Pichola, Udaipur has a lot to offer. The palaces, museums and temples add a wide variety of color to the ethnic royal state. Overnight stay would be at a hotel in Udaipur.
Day 13: Udaipur - Chittorgarh - Bijaipur
You will be driven to the next destination which is Chittorgarh. This city was once the capital of the former Rajput state of Mewar, which is remembered in history for the bravery and valor of its rulers. Chittorgarh Fort is still erect at the hill top and is intact with all its beauty and brilliance. You will also visit the Kalika Mata Temple. You will be driven to Bijaipur, where you will check-in to a hotel for an overnight stay.
Day 14: Bijaipur - Ranthambore
You will be exploring Bijaipur today. You will stroll through the markets and streets of the village to know more about the Rajasthani culture. You will also visit the craftsmen and artisans to witness how they create artistic masterpieces. Later you will be taken on a camel safari. After trekking for a while you will be camping in the sands for a while. Later during the evening you can also visit the Lotus Lake. Later, you will move to Ranthambore where you will stay overnight.
Day 15: Ranthambore Wildlife Sanctuary
You will be visiting the Ranthambore Wildlife Sanctuary today. The place has immense natural scenic beauty spread over an area of 1,334 sq. km. The park is famous for its majestic tigers and is one of the best places in India to witness these royal creatures. It's easy to spot tigers here as they are busy taking care of the cubs or doing any ordinary task. Overnight would be at Ranthambore.
Day 16: Ranthambore - Bharatpur
After having an early morning breakfast at Ranthambore you will be driven to Bharatpur. Bharatpur is located 200kms away from the previous destinations. Bharatpur National Park is famous for the assortment of avifauna which has made Bharatpur their home. Apart from the resident birds there are a number of migratory birds which reach here in search of favorable circumstances. Overnight would be at Bharatpur.
Day 17: Bharatpur
You will be touring the Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary today. The sanctuary once used to be the royal hunting preserves of the royal family of Bharatpur. During your visit to the sanctuary, you will see a number of rare and common bird species like the painted Stork, pelican ibis, spoonbills, grey heron and so on. The rare Siberian cranes come to spend the winter in the warmer climate of Bharatpur. The Bharatpur Palace is another major attraction of Bharatpur. Overnight would be yet again at Bharatpur.
Day 18: Bharatpur - Agra
You will be driven to the next destination which is Agra. The city is the hub of cultural heritage and traditional values. As you reach Agra, you will clearly notice the remains of Mughal culture which have been carried forward generations after generations. Get the feel of the place as there is nothing much planned for the day.
Day 19: Agra
Agra is the most prominent tourist destination in south east-Asian sub continent. You will be visiting the most popular tourist destinations of Agra, you will visit The Taj Mahal which is the marble marvel built by Shah Jahan in memory of Mumtaj Mahal. Taj Mahal since then has become synonymous to Eternal love. It is said that it took 20000 workers and craftsmen 22 years to build this masterpiece. After the Taj you will visit Fatehpur Sikri which once was the capital of Akbar but later was abandoned by him.
Day 20: Agra - Delhi
You will be driven to the airport from where you will be boarding a flight to Delhi. As you reach Delhi our representative will receive you and later escort you to the international airport and help you board the flight to your respective destination.
Also Mapped to: • New Delhi Tours • Mumbai Tours • Bharatpur Tours • Udaipur Tours • Agra Tours • Ahmedabad Tours
Starting from the amazing west and moving upwards, the tour will lead you to the wonderful north.