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Gujarat to Guwahati Road Trip

Gujarat to Guwahati Road Trip

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Discover the breathtaking beauty of India with this exclusive Gujarat to Guwahati Road Trip Package. Get ready for a journey that will take you through some of India’s most iconic destinations and landmarks, from exploring the serene beaches of Gujarat to discovering the vibrant city life of Guwahati. Enjoy outdoor activities such as wildlife safaris or river rafting in Manas National Park and marvel at the beauty of historical monuments such as The Sun Temple in Bhadreshwar. Indulge in unique cultural experiences such as a visit to the Gandhi Ashram in Ahmedabad or take part in traditional festivals like the Kumbh Mela in Allahabad.

Tour Plan


Day 1 - Ahmedabad (2 Nights)

Tour guests will arrive at Ahmedabad airport as per their scheduled flight. Upon arrival they will meet MSM Holidays tour manager at the airport and proceed to visit Adalaj Stepwell. Later we visit Sabarmati Ashram followed by a city orientation tour which includes Sabarmati river front, Sidi Sayed Mosque, Bhadra Fort and Jhulta Minar. In the evening we visit Akshardham Temple and enjoy Sound & Light show.

Day 2 - Ahmedabad – Patan – Modhera – Ahmedabad

Today we visit Rani Ki Vav at Patan & Modhera Sun temple. We then drive back to Ahmedabad hotel.

Day 3 - Ahmedabad – Indore (3 Nights)

Today morning we proceed to Indore – the Commercial Capital of Madhya Pradesh. The city is popular for its history, monuments, food and bazaars.

Day 4 - Indore – Omkareshwar – Maheshwar – Indore

Today we proceed to Omkareshwar – a hindu temple dedicated to Lord Shiva, also one of the 12 revered Jyotirlinga shrines of Shiva. Then visit the town of Maheshwar – famous for Bollywood film locations. Here we explore the exquisite riverside temples, Royal Ahilya fort of Holkar Dynasty and Rehwa Society to see weaving process of Maheshwari sarees. Later we enjoy a scenic boat ride at Narmada ghat.

Day 5 - Indore – Mhow – Mandu – Indore

Today we proceed to Mandu, en route we stop at Mhow - a cantonment in the Indore district. MHOW' stands for Military Headquarters of war. This is also a birth place of Dr. Baba Saheb Ambedkar. Here we take a photo stop at birthplace of Dr. Ambedkar. Later we proceed to Mandu, upon arrival we visit Jahaz Mahal- it was built as a transit accommodation for large number of pilgrims from Afghanistan, Arabia, Iran, Iraq, Morocco and Turkey who came to Delhi to visit the many Muslim shrines. Then we visit Baz Bahadur’s Palace, Jami Masjid and Rani Roopmati Pavilion. Further we proceed back to Indore. Upon arrival we visit Rajwada and Sarafa Bazaar.

Day 6 - Indore – Bhopal (2 Nights)

Today we visit Royal Lal Baug Palace and the tallest statue of Hanuman at Pitra Parvat. Later we proceed to Bhopal – the capital city of Madhya Pradesh.

Day 7 - Bhopal – Bhojpur – Bhopal

Today we take a photo stop at Upper Lake. We proceed to Bhojpur – a town of historical and religious importance, here we visit Bhojeshwar Temple followed by a visit to Bhimbetka Caves – home to some of the oldest cave paintings known to man. We then proceed back to Bhopal.

Day 8 - Bhopal – Sanchi – Vidhisha – Sagar (1 Night)

Today we visit Sanchi – a UNESCO world heritage site and home to the world famous Buddhist monument, Sanchi Stupa. On arrival, we visit the Stupas, monasteries, temples, pillars adorned with intricate carvings and sculptures. We then proceed to Vishisha – a historical town with ancient buildings that dates back to the 2nd century. Here we visit Udyagiri Cave – the rock-cut caves constructed in the form of chambers, displaying carvings of deities and other religious symbols. Later we proceed to Sagar – situated on a spur of the Vindhya Range.

Day 9 - Sagar – Jhansi – Orchha (1 Night)

Today we proceed to Orchha – a famous town steeped in history reflecting the glory of its rulers. En route we visit Jhansi Fort – a historical landmark built in the 17th century which bore witness to the fiery battle led by Rani Laxmi Bai, also known as Jhansi Ki Rani.

Day 10 - Orchha – Lucknow (2 Nights)

Today we visit Orchha Fort – a medieval fort situated on the seasonal island of Betwa River in Orchha, one of the popular forts in Madhya Pradesh. We then proceed to Lucknow – the land of Nawabs.

Day 11 - Lucknow

We enjoy the city tour of Lucknow, which includes Bhool Bhulaiya at Bada Imambara, Chota Imambara, British Residency, Rumi Darwaza, Clock Tower, Chattar Manzil - The ‘chhatar’ atop this building forms part of Lucknow’s official logo, La Martiniere College and Ambedkar Park. Later we shop for Chikankari – a popular local art of sewing at Hazratganj.

Day 12 - Lucknow – Ayodhya (1 Night)

Today we proceed to the divine land of Ayodhya. This town is closely associated with Lord Rama. Upon arrival visit Hanuman Garhi – a 10th century temple of lord Hanuman. Dashrath Mahal – the original residence of King Dashrath the ruler of Ayodhya and father to Lord Sri Ram. We then visit Ram Janmabhumi – the site that is hypothesized to be the birthplace of Rama, believed to be the seventh avatar of the Hindu deity Vishnu and Kanak Bhavan – it is believed that this Bhawan was gifted to Devi Sita by Kaikei immediately after her marriage to Lord Ram. In the evening we stroll around Ram ki Paidi for amazing photography, Treta ke Thakur - where Lord Ram conducted Ashwadmedha Yagya. Further we witness a beautiful evening Aarti at Saryu ghat.

Day 13 - Ayodhya – Allahabad/ Prayagraaj (1 Night)

Today we proceed to Prayagraj – a beautiful city situated at the confluence of the Rivers Ganga, Yamuna and Saraswati. Upon arrival we visit Anand Bhavan – the former residence of Nehru family which has now been transformed into a museum showcasing various artefacts and articles of the era of Independence movement in India and Allahabad Fort – it was built by Emperor Akbar in 1583. The fort stands on the banks of the Yamuna near the confluence with the river Ganges. It is the largest fort built by Akbar. Later we visit Lying Hanuman Temple – the shrine is an underground pit which houses an enormous image of Lord Hanuman in a lying position. In the evening we enjoy boat ride in Triveni sangam.

Day 14 - Allahabad/ Prayagraaj – Varanasi (3 Nights)

Today we proceed to Varanasi, en route we visit Sitamarhi – where Sita went into the earth, then we visit Vindhyavasini Devi Temple at Vindhyachal. Upon arrival at Varanasi, we take a boat ride at Dashashwamedh ghat and witness Ganga Arati.

Day 15 - Varanasi

Today we visit Kashi Vishwanath Temple – one of the 12 Jyotilinga, Bharat Mata Temple – displays a map of Undivided India, Banaras Hindu University – formerly Central Hindu College, is a public central university, Sankat Mochan Mandir – dedicated to the Hindu God Hanuman, Birla Mandir – known as the Birla Temple because it is built by the Birla Group of Industries, Tulsi Manas Temple – a temple with great historical and cultural importance in Hinduism, Bismillah Khan House – an Indian musician credited with popularizing the shehnai. In the evening we enjoy cycle rickshaw ride. Then we haves free time for shopping.

Day 16 - Varanasi – Sarnath – Varanasi

Today morning we visit Aassi Ghat to enjoy Sunrise, then we walk through Akhadas of Varanasi. Later we proeed to Proceed to Sarnath- a very important place of pilgrimage for Buddhists, the place where Buddha gave his first sermon. Here we visit Dhamek Stupa, Sarnath Archaeological Museum- famous for the four headed lion that was once on top of the Ashoka Pillar, Tibetan Buddhist Monastery- The peaceful and traditional Monastery. Then we proceed back to Varanasi enroute visit Sarai Mohana village known for its silk weaving and craftsmanship.

Day 17 - Varanasi – Bodh Gaya (2 Nights)

Today we proceed to Bodh Gaya – a holy city located on the banks of Falgu River has a great history and heritage. Its natural surroundings, narrow by lanes and its age old buildings gives it a different charm. In the evening we have free time to discover the city.

Day 18 - Bodh Gaya

Today morning we visit Mangla Gauri Temple – a 15th century temple dedicated to Goddess Shakti or Sati and Vishnupad Temple – shrine of Lord Vishnu surrounded his 40 cm long footprint. Later we proceed to Bodhgaya to visit Maha Bodhi Temple – a UNESCO World Heritage Site built by Emperor Ashoka and sacred Bodhi Tree – known as tree of awakening marks the place where Buddha meditated before attaining Enlightenment.

Day 19 - Bodh Gaya – Deoghar (2 Nights)

Today we proceed to Deoghar – a little town located in the green and picturesque surroundings.

Day 20 - Deoghar

Today we visit Baba Baidyanath Dham Temple – one of the twelve Jyotirlinga in India and is considered to be the most sacred abodes of Lord Shiva, Trikut Pahar – in dense forest on the uphill lies these 3 peaks. We take a ropeway to reach the main peak. Enjoy a 360 degree view of Deoghar from above. Later we visit Mayurakashi River.

Day 21 - Deoghar – Malda (1 Night)

Today we proceed to Malda – nestled at the confluence of the Mahananda and Kalindi rivers with rich history and heritage. Upon arrival we visit Dakhil Darwaza – a surviving ruin of an old castle from the 15th century and Gaur – along the banks of the holy river Ganges is one of the oldest residential colonies.

Day 22 - Malda – Siliguri (1 Night)

Today we proceed to Siliguri – located on the banks of the Mahananda River and at the Himalayan foothills surrounded by tea gardens. Upon arrival we visit ISKCON Temple – a grand temple with beautiful campus and soothing ambience is also known as Sri Sri Radha Madhav Sundar Mandir.

Day 23 - Siliguri – Rafting – Kalimpong (2 Nights)

Today we proceed to Kalimpong – a town located on the banks of Teesta River is a home to colonial-era buildings. En route we experience river rafting on the banks of Teesta River.

Day 24 - Kalimpong

Today we explore the Kalimpong town. We visit Cactus Garden – specializes in cultivation of exotic beautiful flowers and export these flowers to different parts of the country, Durpin Monastery – holds holy books and scrolls that were moved out of Tibet after the Chinese invasion and Deolo Hills – offers a panoramic view of Kalimpong. Evening is free to enjoy Kalimpong bazaar for shopping of handicrafts and relics.

Day 25 - Kalimpong – Alipurduar (1 Night)

Today we proceed to Alipurduar – a town located on the banks of Kaljani River had an old trading route popularly known as silk route with Bhutan and Tibet. Upon arrival we have free time to relax and explore the surroundings.

Day 26 - Alipurduar – Manas National Park (2 Nights)

Today we proceed to Manas National Park – a UNESCO World Heritage Site situated on the bank of the river mans at the foothills of the Himalayas.

Day 27 - Manas National Park

Today we are at one of the best biodiversity spots. Here we experience a safari in Manas National Park. It is a bird watcher’s paradise along with some endangered rare wildlife species. The adventurous day will leave you with memories to cherish for lifetime.

Day 28 - Manas National Park – Guwahati (2 Nights)

Today we proceed to Guwahati. Upon arrival, we visit the Kamakhya Temple – one of the 51 Shakti Peethas in the country and Umananda Temple situated on a small river island in River Brahmaputra. Here we enjoy a ferry ride and later we sail over the River Cruise in Brahmaputra.

Day 29 - Guwahati

Today we visit Sualkuchi – which is known as the weaving Mecca of Assam and is famous for various types of silk textiles like Eri, Muga and Pat. Later we have free time for shopping.

Day 30 - Guwahati - Departure

It’s time now to say goodbye to our travel companions. Let’s stay in touch with each other through email, phone, WhatsApp, Facebook, Instagram and meet again on yet another memorable tour. See you all!! Tour Guests will proceed to Guwahati airport as per their schedule flight and start their return journey back home. Tour Concludes.