Dotted with walled cities and small villages inhabited by warm and friendly people

Dotted with walled cities and small villages inhabited by warm and friendly people, India’s north-western state of Gujarat is a corner of India well worth exploring. We’ll search for wildlife in Gir National Park – the only place in the world where Asiatic lions can be seen in the wild, explore tribal villages and impressive salt pan desert scenery at the Rann of Kutch and visit Ghandi’s ashram in Ahmedabad.

Embark on a lifetime journey through our selection of tours, please don’t hesitate to communicate your wishes.

Splendours of gujarat

Splendours of gujarat tour takes you to the most stunning holiday destination. This glorious land gives you ample opportunity to explore its rich culture.

Fairs & Festivals of Gujarat

Gujarat in its brightest colours on the occasion of the tarnetar, ravechi & Bhadra Purnima Fairs.

Footsteps of Mahatma Gandhi

His unsurpassed personality spreading the idea of non-violence and truth still abodes in the soul of this country.

Gujarat Textile & Arts Tour

Gujarat Textile & Arts Tour with your embroidery needles, pencil and drawing pad; the designs, shapes, colours and so much more will leave you spellbound.

Tribes of Gujarat

Meet the indigenous tribe or nomadic communities. Gujarat is truly diverse and its rural areas are well-known for simple and semi-nomadic people.

Wildlife of Gujarat

Explore the best birding and wildlife destinations in the India state of Gujarat.


Riverside Palace

Built in the 1880s as the residence of the Crown Prince of Gondal, the Riverside Palace is a colonial-style building set in gardens beside the town’s river.

The Bell Guest House

The Bell Guest House is an Indo-European building that once hosted European visitors to the Sayla princely state.

Vijay Vilas Palace

The palace was used as a country retreat, being splendidly located in the hills with great views of the Shetrunjaya hill and historic Palitana temples.
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