It was the year 2016 during my Bachelors, my class was assigned to a Gujarat College Tour. It was an amazing experience for the whole batch as we were travelling together for the very first time.

Gujarat is full of traditional and cultural sites. But as we are young and were on a college tour, we need to see some mixture of creativities.  Our college planned a weeklong exploration of Gujarat and Diu as a part of Industrial Tour.

The itinerary that we followed:

  • Day 1. Jaipur to Mehsana Via Train
  • Day 2. Visit to Appolo Tyre Factory as a plan of Industrial Visit. Forward evening watching AIRLIFT movie and spending some time in local market sightseeing.
  • Day 3. Visit to Mehsana Water Park and Aksherdham Temple at Ahemdabad. Evening train to Somnath.
  • Day 4. Visit to Somnath Temple in the morning. Forward visit to a sugar factory in the way to Diu. Evening at Diu with beach visit and drinks with friends.
  • Day 5. All on yourself time to Diu Fort. Evening pool party at hotel with drinks at poolsite.
  • Day 6. Departure from Somnath to Ahemdabad. Evening at Ahemdabad with street food and visit to Kakaria Lake. Evening train to Jaipur
  • Day 7. Reach Jaipur at afternoon. Lunch in the train. 

In the coming posts, I will be defining all the areas that I have visited separately and will post pics of the places.

Gujarat is a land of colors, food, and people. As much as we appreciate people getting engage themselves with planning, It is also our responsibility to create an itinerary for their perfect Gujarat weeklong tour.

Gujarat in colors

Gujarat is one of the best states in India to plan a tour in the winter season. The “Run of Kuch” desert festival is a key item in the MoT catalog. Ahmedabad, the capital of the state is home to world-famous Kakaria Lake. Somanath Temple of the state influence a lot of Hindu travelers to visit its premises. Gir National Park in Gujrat is a home to incredible flora and fauna. At the top of this – Garba, regional dance of Gujrat calls a lot of attraction.

This combination is very to be find in a single state. These layers are so vibrant that you can not get enough anytime.

Itinerary for Gujarat Weeklong Tour

Let first reach to Ahmadabad, after reaching here sightseeing the city which have the ample things to do. In Ahemdabad we can visit the Ghandi Ashram, Science City, Ashramdham Temple (specifically the night show which held after the 8.00 clock), Sabharmati Ashram and many more things if have the time like visiting the local market (khan market).

After the city, move to Dwarka Dhish temple which is present at the shore of the Arabian Sea. It’s a place which makes you calmer and sooth the hazard thoughts. After spending the time, next move to Bedh Dwarka which is an island form. Then After this next move to the Somnath Temple which is also on the shore present temple, in addition to we also visit the Gir National Park. 

Then back to Ahmedabad again go back to home. Hope this journey made you more strong then ever you will be.

Have you ever tried a rainy day road drive? If not, then you must plan a one. It will be an awesome experience.  Believe me.

We were on our way to Jaipur sightseeing and raining is all around. This city has magically spellbound in the rainy season. Seeing the traditional and heritage culture In Rajasthan is dream, while raining it seems icing on the cake. Jaipur is widely known for the diverse and wide range of heritage culture and traditional outfits rituals. 

While road drive to the city in the dense crowding road of the vehicle, and after covering the distance reaches in the main city. you will get the essence of the walking into the royal city, then further move under the Ajmeri Gate to Choti Chopard, you recognize why this city specially called the “Pink City”.

Then move along the roadside straightly with certain road shifts you will reach to the temple “Garh Ganesh”. A Lord Ganesha Temple which is present on a height of around 160 ft. To reach to the temple we have to come across the around 800 stairs.

While covering these come across the various regions like one side you have the view of the city and on the other side, you have the dense forest areas. In the raining season you see a lot of new species all around and a mind-blowing view of the city. 

After reaching to the top you see a big gate of the temple. while entering through the gate you see lots of mouse in black and white color. Take the blessing of the Lord Ganesha. Then move to the roof of the temple and take tranquil view of city and let the eyes catches most of the city areas. Spend the leisure time with your family and friends.

Stay bless.

In India, we are privileged to have trekked for all seasons, which arises the query which one to be preferred – .

In our response, you must go for both treks. The experience will be absolutely different. Most people prefer summer treks because of Safe Environment and holidays also supports them. But, in the latest trends, people are now engaging themselves with winter treks also to experience the snow. 

In India, Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh and Jammu & Kashmir are major landmarks for the winter treks. Chopta-Chandrasheela, Cheddar Trek [Frozen Lake Trek] and Kuari Pass Trek are some good treks of this time.

During Winter treks, one has less time to cover up the distance, more slippery slopes, views are gigantic but a lot of whiteness will be there. Summer Treks on other hand gives you lively views of greenry, forests, woods and allows you to travel with more daytime.

So, choosing a right trek is not that difficult. But we suggest, that you first go for a summer trek to be on safe side, then forward to a winter trek.

Also, to mention, winter treks generally require continuous physical check-up’s. So before planning a trip, you must be physically fit.

You can leave the queries to our comments section.

Which one is better "Summer Trekking or Winter Trekking"?
Which one is better “Summer Trekking or Winter Trekking”?

As the “Winter is Coming” people are getting excited about Kuari Pass Trek. We at Adventure Travel Trip is all set to bring the Kuari Pass Trek for you.

It is located in the Uttarakhand State of India. The Himalayan Range in this areas is famous for the vegetation and forest. The Kuari Pass Treks starts from Joshimath. The location of Joshimath is a key centre for various treks like Badrinath – Kedarnath Yatra, Valley of Flowers Trek, Auli Trek and what not.

How to Reach Joshimath?

Joshimath’s nearest base station is Haridwar, which is located on about 250 km from the area. Haridwar is a famous tourist and pilgrims point for India. A lot of travellers come here to seek spiritual and religious completeness. 

Haridwar can be easily accessible through Railway or Bus Service, and there are ample private taxi services for so. The nearest International Airports to Haridwar are located at Delhi, from where you can reach Haridwar through Railway or by road transportation.

From Haridwar, the road to Joshimath is a bit stretched and includes a lot of turns and views. The complexities of the Himalayan mountain can be easily seen here. It will take about 8-10 hrs with good weather to reach Joshimath.

Who can do Kuari Pass Trek?

Understanding the difficulties of the place where you are travelling is always good and beneficial.  People generally inquires about kuari pass trek and the level of the trek. 

For a beginner, this trek is a great place to learn trekking. The weather is good and the path is almost certain. You can learn things about trekking and others. Kuari Pass has its difficulties varies from Easy to Moderate. 

Best Months to Plan a Trip

In Winter Kuari Pass Trek is more attractive, so try to plan the trip by October to December. 

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Rajasthan is famous for having the wide and vivid range of culture and artistic tradition which is the showcase of heritage culture which India own from our ancestors, here we are displaying some reasons to visit Rajasthan Heritage Tour.

Its full of redolent colors, Haveli, culture, history, and heritage. When traveler searches for the different location which brings their moods on then Rajasthan is one of those places which posses each set of evocative things to lighten the list burden of places.

The prominence of Rajasthan Heritage Tour

Rajasthan Heritage Tour is holding major tourist attraction in cities like Jaipur, Bikaner, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Udaipur, and many more. Jaipur is the most prominent tourist attraction place of Rajasthan and also known as the “Pink City”, home to many architectural works like Nahargarh Fort, Jaigarh Fort, Amer Fort, Jal Mahal, Hawa Mahal and a cultural showcase of an old tradition.

Tourist also trails to Jodhpur, the Blue City, which is also known for its historical presence of Mehrangarh Fort. There you can witness the light show, and for a serene boat drive at famous Balasamad and Gulab Sagar Lakes. Move to the Jaisalmer to capture the glimpse of the golden color cinematic view of the desert in the sunset.

Udaipur the “Lake City” in Rajasthan has its own folks for the tourist which make them happier. Tourist prefers to sightseeing the glittering lake Pichola with a view to Jag Mandir and the Lake Palace.

During the winter season, when the cooler climate is their then the Mount Abu is at just 130 km away. Mount Abu takes around an hour and a half to travel by road.

Headed to Puskar, the world only “Bramah Temple” and mainly for the availability of the drugs. One of the most-sought things to do in Pushkar is to visit the “Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti Dargah”. 

After this brief description you have several reasons to visit the State, but most importantly the reason which will bring you here is the great food and shopping experience Rajasthan poses within itself.