Gujarat Tour & Travel Package – Gujarat Holiday Packages
Are you planning for a memorable trip to Gujarat!
Hermes Voyages offers the widest range of customized Gujarat tour packages for travelers across India.
Hidden in the western part of India, Gujarat is a land of vibrant culture, live festivals, and marvelous architecture.
Travel with Hermes Voyages to explore the architecture, culture, and rich heritage along with scenic landscape and lovable Gujarati cuisine. For presenting a variety of attractions Gujarat is also known as “The Land of Legends”, the land with a perfect mixture of art, history, music, and culture.
Enjoy the land of color, love, beauty, and exuberance with our Gujarat travel package. The state’s vibrant outlook and diversity attract thousands of visitors throughout the year.
We offer various other India Tour Packages to travel the land of beauty and generosity of traditional hospitability and varied culture.
Places to visit in Gujarat:
Ahmadabad: It is one of the largest cities and the capital of Gujarat situated on the banks of river Sabarmati is popular for tourist attractions. The beauty of the incredible architecture ranging from age-old mosques to excellent museums is enough to attract a travel lover.
Akshardham: The temple is a humble tribute to Lord Swaminarayan and the avatars, devas & the sages of the Hindus. It has more than 200 idols depicting spiritual stalwarts from over a thousand years. A feel of non-violence and the beauty of the divine abode of God on the Earth make every element in the temple have a resounding significance.
Sidi Sayed Mosque: It is the royal, beautiful, and rare icon of Gujarat. The extraordinary stone latticework on the windows (Tree of Life Jali) makes this place unique and tourist attractive all around the year.
Hutheesing Jain Temple: It is that place where the perfect harmony of religious diversity prevails. The temple has a unique Manasthamba and the front is ornamented by a dome-shaped structure. Also, there are 52 devakulikas each adorned with a picture of 15 Tirthankara.
Gandhi Ashram: It carries a historical importance as Gandhiji stayed here from 1915-1933. The Ashram campus houses a museum, which has five units – an office, library, two photo galleries, and an auditorium. It preserves one of the largest numbers of original manuscripts of Gandhiji’s letters and articles.
Adalah Stepwell: It is a historical Indo-Islamic fusion architectural work build by Rani Roopba in memory of her husband.
Rajkot: It is one of the significant commercial and industrial centers of Gujarat. The Traditional Handicrafts, Educational Institutes, the Watson Museum, and many more things are there to explore.
Dwarka: It is the place of Lord Krishna. The place itself holds a great mythological significance. Hundreds of pilgrims visit here daily to acquire spiritual fulfillment. Here situated the five stored architecture of 19th-century “Dwarkeshwar Temple”.
Rukmini Devi Temple: The temple is dedicated to Krishna’s chief queen, Rukmini. The temple has rich curved decoration along with sculptures of god, goddesses & the sanctum housing the main image of Rukmini in the exterior part.
Somnath: A place where a strong scent of religion. Spots like Sun Temple, Dehotsarg Tirth, Kamnath Mahadev Temple, Somnath Beach, Ahmedpur Mandvi, Somnath Museum, and Buddhist Sana Caves are included are worth visiting here.
Gir: Visit the famous Sasn Gir, the National Park, and Wildlife Sanctuary where the Asiatic lion is found. The hilly terrain makes the place a perfect habitat for other animals that live there.
Best time to visit Gujarat?
The best time to visit the place is in the winter season between the months of October to February. As it is a dry region and summers are very hot. Summer lasts from March to June with temperatures ranging between 29 degrees to 41 degrees Celsius. Visiting the place during the monsoon (July to September) is also recommended.
The heaven of color can be far more beautiful than one can ever imagine! Book your Gujarat holiday packages to explore a unique taste of tourism to the travelers.