7 Days 6 Nights
Jaipur (2Nights) | Jodhpur (2Nights) | Udaipur (2Nights)
The desert territory of Rajasthan is a standout amongst the most picturesque areas and the larger part of national and international tourists come to visit. The city, truly, brings the magnificence he acquired from previous Rajput rulers. The desert makes it a heaven for admirers of history and culture, with its castles, fortifications, lakes, asylums and the hill stations.
7 Days 6 Nights
Ahmedabad (1Night) | Jamnagar (1Night) | Dwarka (1Night)
Somnath (1Night) | Gir (1Night) | Diu (1Night)
Gujarat’s capital Ahmedabad, can draw you in with its remarkable architecture and excellent dining scene that transcends its chaos, the countryside holds most of this state’s many treasures. Traditional artisans in tribal villages weave, embroider, dye and print some of India’s finest textiles, and pristine parks harbour unique wildlife, including migratory birds, wild asses and the last remaining prides of Asiatic lions. For the spiritually inclined, sacred Jain and Hindu pilgrimage sites sit atop mountains that rise dramatically from vast flatlands. And colourful festivals burst with a cornucopia of culture.
Close your eyes and imagine the utter emptiness. A white nothingness — a brilliant, frost-colored land — fat as an ice lake, burning the eyes with its whiteness. Not a bump, not a shrub, not a bird, not a breeze. Nothing but white I every direction, horizon after horizon, on and on for over two hundred miles east to west, and almost one hundred miles north to south.
This is the Rann of Kutch (or Kachchh), the largest area of nothingness on the planet; uninhabited, the ultimate physical barrier, separating India from Pakistan along its far western border.
Rann of Kutch