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Lion Trail of India

13 Nights & 14 Days


This trip sets you on a discovery  of the Asiatic lions, but it actually is much more than that. Add the thrill of spotting flamingoes and wild asses in the Little Rann of Kutch and the wildlife enthusiast will have the perfect trip. This itinerary makes it a comprehensive trip by adding local culture, a beach stay and history to the mix. Of these Raniki Vav, the glorious step well and the structures of Junagarh cannot be missed.

Top Places

Ahmedabad | Adalaj –Palanpur | Patan-Modhera-Dasada | Bhuj | Mandavi | Gondal | Junagarh-Sasangir | Sasan Gir | Bhavnagar | Palitana | Lothal – Ahmedabad


Calico Museum of Textile | Sabarmati Ashram | Rani ki Vav | Wild Ass Sanctuary | Little Rann of Kutch | Junagarh | Gir Forest | Lothal

Ahmedabad / Day 01 - 02

Arrive at Ahmedabad International airport. After completing arrival formalities, you are met and greeted and transferred to the hotel by Indo Asia tour representative. Ahmedabad, the city of Ahmed Shah (Medieval ruler of Gujarat), is known for its rich past and its association with the Mahatma (Great Soul), also known as Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi. The […]
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Adalaj –Palanpur / Day 03

After breakfast drive to Palanpur. En-route visit Adalaj Vav Set in the quiet village of Adalaj (20 Kms from Ahmedabad). This vav (Step well) has served as a resting place for hundreds of years for many pilgrims and caravans along their trade routes. Built in 1499 by Queen Rudabai, wife of the Vaghela chief, Veersinh, […]
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Patan-Modhera-Dasada / Day 04

After breakfast proceed for Patan, home of the famous patola silk saris. The main attraction of Patan is Rani ki Vav –   Rani (Queen) Udayamati commissioned this vav or stepwell, in 1063 in the memory of her husband King Bhimdev I of the Solanki dynasty. The vav was later flooded by the nearby Saraswati river […]
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Bhuj / Day 06

Today after breakfast we will proceed to visit the Banni villages around Bhuj. Mud is the essence of life in the villages of India, and more particularly in the villages of Banni grassland, a large spread over in the arid deserts of Kutch.  Twenty years back when Banni was lush grassland the thatched roof of […]
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Mandavi / Day 07

After breakfast drive to Mandvi. Mandavi virtually lies on the brink of the Arabian Sea. The city was once the summer retreat of Kutch Maharaos. It is believed that it was founded by the first Jadeja ruler of Kutch, Rao Khengarji, in the late sixteenth century. On arrival, transfer to the hotel and check in […]
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Gondal / Day 08

After breakfast drive to Gondal. Once the capital of a princely state, it was run by the Jadeja Rajputs, later overtaken by the Mughals and again recovered by the original rulers. It is a fortified town located on the river Gondali after which it was named. It was known as a model state of Saurashtra […]
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Junagarh-Sasangir / Day 09

After breakfast visit to the Naulakha Palace. The most attractive tourist spot in Gondal is the 17th century, Navlakha Palace complex, which is one of the oldest and most beautiful of Gondal’s monuments. The Navlakha palace complex (17th century), is situated on a river bank, on a grand masonry base, rising to the monumental scale […]
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Sasan Gir / Day 10

Enjoy morning & afternoon the safari to Sasan Gir national park. This sanctuary is known all over the world for being the natural abode of Asiatic lions. A safari in the Gir National Park will be one of the most memorable and popular highlights of this trip. The forests in Sasangir consist of dry desert […]
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Bhavnagar / Day 11

After breakfast drive to Bhavnagar, the place of several lakes and temples. Bhavnagar has a rich history of traditions, trade and culture. It was a major port from 1743, and its commercial importance led to close interactions with countries like Africa, Mozambique, Zanzibarand Persia. Later city tour of Bhavnagar is organised. Visit the Gandhi Smriti – a tribute to […]
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Palitana / Day 12

After breakfast, enjoy the full day excursion to Palitana. The Palitana temples are considered the most sacred pilgrimage place by the Jain community, and are the world’s largest temple complex.  The temple hill of Palitana is located about 56 km from Bhavnagar, at the foot of the Shatrunjaya or ‘place of victory’ hill, with the […]
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Lothal – Ahmedabad / Day 13 - 14

After breakfast, drive to Ahmedabad. En-route visit Lothal. Lothal is one of the most important archaeological sites in India. In the dialect of the local people language, Lothal means ‘the mound of the dead’. The site was discovered in the year 1957, followed by excavations done by the Archaeological Survey of India. It was concluded […]
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