Day 1: Ahmedabad, Dwarka
Today drive to Dwarka. Dwarka: An ancient city, housing one of the principal pilgrimages -Dwarkadhish temple of Hindus. According to the legend, Lord Krishna moved to this coastal town to set up a capital. Marine excavations of the Dwarka coast have revealed important evidences of ancient city, which probably include the Dwarawati of the Krishna Lila. Today, it is not only a major pilgrimage site but a pleasant spot for a beach holiday. Another popular place in Dwarka, part of the Dwarkadhish Temple is SabhaMandap. It is a 60-pillared hall, which houses almost 2500 years old scriptures. The hall has jharokhas, offering a nice view of the nearby flowing Gomti River. Attend evening aarti at Dwarkadhish temple. Overnight stay at Dwarka.
Day 2: Dwarka
Today we visit Bet Dwarka&Nageshwar temple. Bet Dwarka : Bet is situated at 30kms from Dwarka and is surrounded by sea from all sides. One can reach Bet from Dwarka through Okha by road. On reaching Okha port jetty, one can reach Bet through a little sea journey in a launch or in a small boat. Nageshwar Temple or Nagnath Temple is located on the route between Gomati Dwarka and the Bait Dwarka Island on the coast of Saurashtra in Gujarat.
Day 3: Dwarka,Somnath
Today, after attending the morning aarti at Dwarkadhish temple, drive to Somnath. Somnath: One of the most revered & an important center of culture & nationalism. The legendary temple contains a jyotirlinga. Looted & destroyed, built & rebuilt several times, it represents the eternal beauty & strength of the Indian society. The present splendid structure was rebuilt about five decades ago, at the exact spot where the original shrine was located. The iron man of India SardarVallabhbhai Patel was instrumental in the construction of the present temple. Overnight at Somnath.
Day 4: Somnath,Ahmedabad
Today we drive to Ahmedabad. Ahmedabad, founded in the year 1411 AD is located on the banks of river Sabarmati and has been named after Sultan Ahmed Shah, who was primarily responsible for building it. Today, this city is known as the 'Manchester of the East', one of the highly industrialized cities in India and is also India's Textile City. Though the capital of Gujarat was shifted from Ahmedabad to Gandhinagar, it is still the second largest industrial city in western India. The old city of Ahmedabad is dotted with labyrinthine by lanes called 'polls'.