Dwarka: Considered a holy city, Dwarka is well known for its temples and as a pilgrimage centre for Hindus. Place to visit: Bechtel Beach Dwarkadhish temple darshan Gomti Ghat Sudama Setu Bhadkeshwar Mahadev Temple Nageshwar Temple Rukmani Temple

Beyt Dwarka: Also known as Shankhodhar, is said to have been the residence of Lord Krishna during his ruling years at Dwarka. It derived its name from the word 'bet' which translates to 'gift' and is believed that Lord Krishna received it from his friend Sudama. Place to visit: Shivarajpur Beach 

Somnath: This Hindu temple located in Prabhas Patan, Veraval in Gujarat, India. It is one of the most sacred pilgrimage sites for Hindus and is the first among the twelve jyotirlinga shrines of Shiva. Place to visit: Triveni Sangam Bhalka Tirth Light projection show at Somnath

Diu: Diu is a medieval fortified town in Diu district in the union territory of Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman and Diu, India. Diu district is the tenth least populated district of India. Place to visit:Gneshwar Mahadev temple Nagoa beach

2 Nights 3 Days 15 Kalupur, Gujarat
What makes this tour special


Dwarkadhish temple darshan,Gomti Ghat

Sudama Setu - Bhadkeshwar Mahadev Temple - Nageshwar Temple - Rukmani Temple - Bet Dwarka visit - Shivarajpur Beach, Mul Dwarka

Jambuvan Cave - Kirti Mandir - Sudama Temple - Madhavpur Beach -

Somnath Jyotirlinga - Triveni Sangam - Bhalka Tirth - Light projection show at Somnath

Diu Fort, Gangeshwar Mahadev temple - Nagoa beach

What we'll give. What we won't

What is included in the tour

  •  AC pushback transportation from Ahm to Ahm
  • 2N stay Sharing bases
  • Meals: 3 Breakfast + 2 Lunch + 2 Dinner
  • Tall + Parking + Driver charges
  • Itinerary and Sightseeing
  • Local support/Team Captain

What is NOT included in the tour

  • Monument Entry Tickets
  • Local transportation/Ferry / Auto if Bus/Tempo or private vehicles is not allowed
  • Packaged Drinking Water Bottle Any Paid Activities or Ride
  • Anything not mentioned above
Day 0: Overnight Journey to Dwarka (450Km/9 hrs)
  • Pick up from Ahmedabad Railway Station around 10.00 pm
Day 1: Reach Dwarka - Bet Dwarka – Dwarka
  • Early morning reach to Beyt dwarka via Sudarshan Setu
  • Visit private beach and campsite at beyt Dwarka, freshen up
  • Breakfast at Campsite
  • Beyt dwarka temple visit
  • Drive towards Dwarka
  • Lunch on the way
  • On the way visit Nageshwar Jyotirlinga, Gopi Talav, Rukmani Temple and Shivrajpur Beach
  • Reach back to hotel, Check in, get ready for dwarka temple visit
  • Later evening aarti and darshan at Dwarkadhish temple
  • Later free time to explore gomit ghat, sudama setu nearby temples and Market
  • Dinner and rest for the day
Day 2: Dwarka - Porbandar – Somnath (250Km/5 hrs)
  • If anyone want to visit temple early morning they can plan
  • Breakfast and Check out from dwarka
  • heading towards Somnath, On the way will visit
  • Mul Dwarka temple
  • Jambuvan Cave
  • Kirit Mandir at Porbandar
  • Sudama temple
  • Lunch break on the way
  • Later we will enjoy journey of coastal highway of 70km connecting Porbandar - Madhavpur
  • We will take small break at the beautiful Madhavpur beach
  • Reach Somnath, Hotel check in ans Quick freshen up
  • Ready for the Somnath temple visit
  • We will not miss the light and projection show at the temple
  • Reach back to hotel, rest for the day 
Day 3: Somnath - Diu - Overnight Journey 
  • Early morning breakfast and check out.
  • We will visit Triveni Ghat and Bhalka tirth
  • Heading towards diu
  • We will reach Diu in afternoon
  • It will be a free time to explore diu, we can visit Dou fort, Gangeshwar Mahadevan Temple, INS vikrant memorial
  • We will spend evening time at the Nagoa Beach, enjoy beautiful sunset
  • We will start return journey with memories. 
Day 4: Early morning arrival at Ahmedabad
Things to Carry
  1. Small Backpack (20-30 liters) with Rain Cover: A compact backpack with a rain cover to protect your belongings from unexpected showers during the trek.
  2. Water Bottle (Mandatory-Refillable): Stay hydrated throughout the trek by carrying a refillable water bottle. It is essential to have access to clean drinking water during your journey.
  3. Hiking/Sport Shoes: Invest in a sturdy pair of hiking or sports shoes that provide proper grip and support for trekking on various terrains.
  4. Original ID Card: Carry your original identification card, such as a passport or driver's license, for any verification purposes during the trek.
  5. Personal Mask and Sanitizer: Ensure you have personal protective gear, including a mask and hand sanitizer, to maintain hygiene and follow safety protocols.

Clothing Essentials & Head Protection:

  1. Light Clothing (Preferably Full Sleeve): Opt for lightweight and breathable clothing, preferably full-sleeved, to protect your skin from sunburn, insects, and scratches.
  2. Trek Pants: Choose comfortable trek pants that allow free movement and are suitable for long-duration wear.
  3. Extra Pair of Clothes: Pack an extra set of clothes to change into after the trek or in case of emergencies.
  4. Socks: Carry sufficient pairs of socks to keep your feet dry and comfortable during the trek.
  5. Raincoat/Poncho/Umbrella: Be prepared for unexpected rain showers by carrying a raincoat, poncho, or umbrella to protect yourself and your belongings.
  6. Handkerchief - Towel - Napkin: These essentials come in handy for multiple purposes like wiping sweat, drying hands, or cleaning utensils during meal breaks.
  7. Slipper/Sandals: Carry a pair of comfortable slippers or sandals to give your feet some rest after a long day of trekking.
  8. Cap/Hat to Protect Head: Shield yourself from the sun's rays by wearing a cap or hat to protect your head and face.

Personal Utilities & Accessories:

  1. Personal Medication (If Required): If you have any specific medication needs, ensure you carry an adequate supply for the duration of the trek.
  2. Lip Balm, Mosquito Repellent, Sunscreen, Body Lotion, Toothbrush-Paste: These personal care items are essential to protect your skin, lips, and teeth from harsh weather conditions.
  3. Camera, Charger, Earphones, Power Bank: Capture the scenic beauty with your camera, and don't forget to carry the necessary chargers, earphones, and a power bank to keep your devices charged during the trek.
  4. Torch, Matchbox, Lighter: Carry a small torch, matchbox, or lighter for lighting purposes during camping or in case of emergency situations.

Remember to pack light and prioritize the essentials to ensure a comfortable and enjoyable trekking experience.

Pickup point
Ahmedabad, Kalupur Railway Station Road, Kapasia Bazar, Sakar Bazzar, Kalupur, Ahmedabad, Gujarat 380002, India View on Map