Duration: 3 Nights/4 Days Starting From: Ahmedabad/Rajkot/Jamnagar Places Covered: Dwarkadhish Temple, Somnath Temple, Nageshwar Jyotirlinga, Bet Dwarka, Rukmini Dwarka, Moola Dwarka, Sudhama Dwarka, Mukti Dwarka, Porbandar, Bala Hanuman Temple, Kirti Mandir, Akshardham Temple Optional Addition: Pancha Dwarka Temples, Gir Lion Safari, Statue of Unity, Diu, Bhavnagar Nishkalank Mahadev, Girnar, Shree Stambheshwar Mahadev Temple. Dates: Any Day, Customize as per your needs. Amenities: Hotel Accommodation, Private Vehicle, Breakfast, Dinner, Tour Guide, VIP Darshan. Mode of Payment: Net Banking/Debit Card/Credit Card/Cash/PayPal. Just 10% advance needed for confirmation. Pricing: See below for detailed prices.
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Dwarka Somnath Tour Itinerary
- Day 1: Ahmedabad – Dwarka. Pick-up from Ahmedabad. On the way visit Jamnagar Bal Hanuman Mandir. Proceed to Dwarka. Check-in to the hotel. Visit Dwarkadhish temple in the evening. Overnight stay in Dwarka.
- Day 2: Dwarka Local. Visit Bet Dwarka early morning by 8 AM. On your way back visit Gopi Talav, Nageshwar Jyotirlinga and Rukmini Dwarka. Attend evening aarti at Dwarkadish temple. Overnight stay at the hotel in Dwarka.
- Day 3: Dwarka – Porbandar – Somnath. Early morning check-out from the hotel and depart to Moola Dwaraka and visit the temple. Later depart to Porbandar. At Porbandar visit Kirti Mandir – the place where Gandhiji was born. Visit Sudhama Dwarka Temple. Later proceed to Somnath and check-in to the hotel. In the evening, visit Somnath Temple and complete darshan. Overnight stay at the hotel in Somnath.
- Day 4: Somnath – Ahmedabad. Visit Triveni Ghat, Geeta Mandir, Mukti Dwarka and Bhalka Tirth. Check-out from the hotel and proceed to Ahmedabad. Drop-off at the railway station or airport.
What are the places to visit on the Dwarka Somnath tour?
Here is the list of places to visit during this tour along with their significance.
- Somnath Jyotirlinga Temple
2. Dwarkadhish Temple
Dwarkadhish Temple, one of the Char Dham Pilgrimages, is dedicated to Lord Krishna. It is historically considered as the capital city of Lord Krishna’s empire.
3. Nageshwar Jyotirlinga
Nageshwar Temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and is one of the 12 Jyotirlinga Shrines mentioned in Shiva Purana. The major attraction of this temple is a 25-meters tall statue of Lord Shiva in a large garden with a pond surrounding the statue.
4. Bet Dwarka
Bet Dwarka is a beautiful island that is not only pleasing to the eyes but also soothes your soul. Also known as Shankhodhar, this place holds great significance as Sri Krishna ruled over Dwarka, residing in this place.
5. Rukmini Dwarka
You might already know that Rukmini Dwarka temple is dedicated to Sri Krishna’s wife, Rukmini Devi. You can experience the most magnificent sunrise and sunset from this beautifully carved temple located 5km away from Dwarakadhish temple.
6. Moola Dwarka
‘Moola’ Dwarka, which means ‘main’ Dwarka, is believed to be the original Dwarka mentioned in the Mahabharata. You will be surprised to know that this temple also is the first spot in Dwarka where Lord Krishna stepped in while he was entering the land.
7. Sudhama Dwarka
Sudhama or Sudama, Lord Krishna’s childhood friend, visited him to lend some help for his survival. However, he left Dwarka without expressing his misery to Sri Krishna. This place was named ‘Sudhama Dwarka’ to memorialize the unconditional friendship between Sri Krishna and Sudhama.
Other Places Covered in Dwarka Somnath Tour
- Mukti Dwarka
- Bala Hanuman Temple
- Kirti Mandir
- Akshardham Temple
- Gir Lion Safari
- Statue of Unity
- Bhavnagar Nishkalank Mahadev
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) about Dwarka Somnath Tour
The months of October to February are ideally the best time to take the Dwarka Somnath tour. The pleasant and warm weather makes it easier for tourists to stay outdoors and visit the different temples and tourist spots. However, the tour is visited all throughout the year.
3 Nights and 4 Days are required for the Dwarka Somnath Tour if you are starting your tour from Ahmedabad/Rajkot. The number of days required to visit Somnath and Dwarka depends on your itinerary and the pace of your trip.
Yes, you can do Gir Lion Safari on the 4th day when you return from Somnath to Ahmedabad.
Some of the best hotels in Dwarka are Dwarkadhish Lords Eco Inn, Lemon Tree Premier, and Hotel Fortune Palace.
In addition to being one of the 12 Jyotirlingas in India, Lord Krishna is believed to have departed for his final journey after paying a visit to the Somnath Temple. Hence, this temple is equally sacred for the Lord Shiva devotees and the Lord Krishna devotees.
Mobiles phones and cameras are not allowed inside Dwarka temple.
There is no particular dress code applicable to enter Dwarka temple. Devotees and visitors can wear clothes according to their wishes as long as it does not hurt religious sentiments.
No mobile phones, cameras, or electronic appliances are allowed inside the Somnath temple. Leather belts, auto car keys, and purses or handbags are allowed inside the premises for safety issues.
Shivraj beach is the most famous in Dwarka, and Somnath Beach is the best in Somnath.
It is not allowed to touch the Shivalinga in Somnath temple as one is not allowed to enter the sanctum. Visitors are allowed to watch it from a distance and offer their prayers.