Dwarka is one of the most sought after pilgrimage sites in India, situated on the banks of the River Gomti in Gujarat.
Therefore, a large number of temples and pilgrimage places are located in Dwarka. In particular, Dwarkadheesh
temple, Rukmani Devi Temple, Bet Dwarka and some prominent sites such as Gomti Ghat and Gopi Talav are the
most significant. In the vicinity, Dwarka is surrounded by many surreal and stunning tourist attractions. Any of the
nearby cities that draw visitors from all over the world throughout the year are Somnath, Diu, Gir, and Jamnagar.
Day – 1 Touchdown Jamnagar!
Your 4-day Dwarka tour begins in Jamnagar.
You will be brought to the beauty of Lakhota Lake as soon as you enter Jamnagar from Ahmedabad. Lakhota lake comes
as a surprise to the metropolitan set-up nation. Throughout the year, around 75 separate types of birds are observed.
While getting chai or kulfi from the vendors and tea stalls, you can chill on the lake side or you can go for a 15-minute trip
that is called light in the evening hours. First, visit the Lakhota Museum on the first day of your journey to Dwarka. Lakhota
Museum is known for its large array of the Rajputs’ military equipment and also many medieval objects. The set at the
Museum also contains a whale skeleton.
Visit the famous Bala Hanuman Mandir on the same day, too. Throughout the year, a large amount of Hindu theists
witness it. Since 1964, the site has been renowned for its non-stop Ramdhun, which helped the temple to find a position in
the Guinness Book of World Records. Your evening, finished with today’s sightseeing, is free to shop across the city and
spend quality time with your family and friends. For a comfortable overnight stop, head to your hotel after sharing those
cherished moments with your loved ones.
Day 2 Welcome to Dwarka!
Day 2 is completely filled with sightseeing around the city with your Dwarka holiday tour package.
Your second day starts as soon as you enter Dwarka from Jamnagar. Visit the main goal, the temple of Dwarkadheesh,
also known as the temple of Jagat. Amid the waters of the Arabian Sea, the structure of the holy temple seems to be
It is claimed to have been constructed by Lord Krishna’s grandson. Meanwhile, in the Gomti River, take a holy dip and
enlighten all your senses to feel at ease. Nageshwar Jyotirling, Gopi Talav and Bet Dwarka are to be visited later that day,
each of which is in near proximity to the main premises of the temple of Dwarkadheesh. Nageshwar Jyotirling has a great
religious sense as it is one of Lord Shiva’s 12 famous Jyotirlings around the country.
You can also conveniently configure your Dwarka tour kit to move you to Bet Dwarka’s Jetty to board the ferry. Bet
Dwarka, as he ruled over the region, is considered to be the house of Lord Krishna and his relatives. On your way back to
the hotel, visit the Rukmani Devi Temple and other significant temples on the shore. Also, at the Dwarkadheesh Temple,
attend the serene evening aarti to finish your second day on your journey to Dwarka Gujarat. Return to the hotel after a
complete, packed day and relax with the overnight stay.
It is assumed that the River Gomti is none other than the River Ganges that descends directly from heaven. The Gomti is
another place to visit in Dwarka that is most sought after, as it is the place where the mighty Gomti River meets the more
strong Arab Sea. In the ghats, pilgrims love to take a holy dip to wash their bad karma off. Its a lovely place to visit at night
to witness the Divine Aarti.
Rukmini Devi Temple
Rukmini Devi Temple in Dwarka is one of the most popular tourist places of worship in Dwarka and a place of tourist
interest that is entirely dedicated to the consort of Lord Krishna, Rukmani Devi.
Shri Nageshwar Mahadev Temple
The Temple of Shri Nageshwar Mahadev is known as one of the 12 prominent temples of self-existence. The temple
houses a peculiar story about its real origin and brings forward it. Tourists actually fall in love with Lord Shivas giant and
imaginative statue, the temples prime deity. With its aesthetics, this place enchants tourists and makes a long lasting mark
in everyones mind.
Shree Dwarkadhish Temple
Also known as Jagat Mandir, the Dwarkadhish Temple in Dwarka is styled with intricate detailing influenced by the
architecture of Chalukya. Lord Krishna is the principal deity of the temple, making it one of the best places to visit in
Dwarka. The temple is a five-storey building believed by Vajranabha to be more than 2200 years old.
Day -3 Bow down your heads in Somnath!
The third day of the pilgrimage begins at Porbandar and Somnath on your Dwarka journey.
On the third day of your Dwarka holiday tour package, Porbandar and Somnath are full of places to go. You will visit the
birthplace of Gandhi Ji, that is, Kirti Mandir, as soon as you enter Porbandar from Dwarka, and also visit the only Sudama
Temple in the world to book this spectacular Dwarka and Somnath tour package.
Later that day, to experience serenity by visiting sites of great religious significance to the Hindu visitors, continue to
Somnath. Start the sightseeing of Somnath by visiting first and then Bhalka Tirth, Triveni Sangam, Geeta Mandir Chopati,
and finally the Somnath Temple. Of the 12 present in the country, Somnath Temple is another popular Jyotirling.
Therefore, with Somnath, on this classic Dwarka Gujarat tour kit, you complete two of the 12 Jyotirlingas. Complete your
day by viewing the light and sound display and even observing the Somnath Temple aarti on a calming note. Return to the
hotel afterward for a nice overnight stop.
Day 4 Good Bye Dwarka!
Your Dwarka Somnath Holiday Tour Package for 4 days is coming to an end today.
By proceeding to Rajkot and visiting tourist attractions such as Junagadh Fort at Junagadh, Jalaram Temple at Virpur and
Swaminarayan Temple, finish your happy Dwarka journey. Visit Gondal’s Navlakha Palace and Antique Automobile
Museum on the same day. For your onward travel, meet Rajkot/Ahmedabad by evening. Your journey to Dwarka is
drawing to a close.
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