Dwarka Tour Packages

Dwarka Tour Packages

Dwarka is the land where India’s favourite God Sri Krishna once reigned over his kingdom and lived his life that is eulogised in the epic Mahabharata. The holy city or Dev Bhoomi that was once the center of a great civilisation is submerged off the shores of current day Dwarka and the remains of the land that was claimed by the sea many thousands of years ago are considered a holy pilgrimage spot. We have a multitude of Dwarka tour packages that will provide a holy Darshan at Dwarkadheesh Temple as well as other must-visit attractions in this Western land’s end of Gujarat.

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Best of Gujarat with Wildlife
11Days
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Starts : Ahmedabad

Ends : Mumbai

Best of Gujarat with Wildlife

Ahmedabad - Bhavnagar - Diu - Gir - Rajkot - Sasan Gir - Junagarh - Rajkot - Bhuj - Jamnagar - Dwarka - Mumbai

Besides being home to exotic species of flora and fauna, Gujarat is culturally varied and hence is a must-visit destination. Feel the thrill as you spot some of the rare wildlife species such as the Asiatic Lion other prominent attractions.

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  • Jeep safari in the Gir National Park
  • Sightseeing tour in Ahmedabad
  • Enjoy a guided tour of Lothal
  • Excursion to Diu
  • Activities :

    In Ahmedabad visit Calico Museum, Sabarmati Ashram, Adalaj Step Well and Akshardham Temple, In Bhavnagar visit Victoria Park and Takhteshwar Temple, In Palitana visit Jain Temples, In Diu visit Gangeshwar Temple, Diu Fort opt for water sports at Nagoa Beaach, Enjoy a jeep safaris in Gir National Park, In Junagarh visit Uparkot Fort, Ashoka Rock Edicts and Museum, In Bhuj visit Aina and Prag Mahal, Visit Banni villages, In Jamnagar visit Bala Hanuman Temple, Ranmal Lake and Kotha Bastion Museum, In Dwarka visit famous temples, Boat ride to Bet Dwarka.

11 Days
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12 Jyotirlinga Darshan
19Days
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Starts : Jamnagar

Ends : Deogarh

12 Jyotirlinga Darshan

Jamnagar - Dwarka - Somnath - Rajkot - Mumbai - Trimbakeshwar - Aurangabad - Grishneshwar - Bhimashankar - Pune - Indore - Ujjain - Omkareshwar - Indore - Hyderabad - Srisailam - Hyderabad - Madurai - Rameshwaram - Madurai - Delhi - Haridwar - Guptkashi - Kedarnath - Guptkashi - Haridwar - Varanasi - Sarnath - Deogarh

Absolve all the sins of your life with 12 Jyotirlinga Darshan. Appease Lord Shiva and seek his blessings as you pay homage at the 12 sacred shrines with this well-planned tour. Embark on the holy pilgrimage to bask in the bliss.

Trip Highlights
  • Participate in the splendid aarti at Dwarkadhish Temple
  • Pay a visit to the Shani Shingnapur.
  • Pay homage at 12 Jyotirlinga Temples
  • Enjoy a boat ride on the River Ganges in Varanasi
  • Activities :

    In Beyt Dwaka visit Nageshwar Jyotirlinga Temple & Rukmani Temple, Visit Somnath Jyotirlinga Temple, Board Flight to Mumbai visit to the Bhimashankar Jyotirlinga Temple, In Shirdi visit Sai Baba Temple and Shani Shingnapur, Near Aurangabad visit Grishneshwar Temple, In Nashik visit Trimbakeshwar Temple, In Ujjain visit Mahakaleshwar Temple, Visit Omkareshwar Temple at Shivapuri, Visit Mallikarjuna Jyotirlinga Temple in Srisailam, Board flight to Madurai, Visit Meenakshi Amman Temple, Visit Rameshwaram Jyotirlinga Temple, Board flight to Delhi, Visit Vishwanath Temple and Ardhnareshwar Temple in Guptkashi, Board helicopter to visit Kedarnath Jyotirlinga Temple, Take holy dip in river Ganga at the Har Ki Pauri in Haridwar, Catch the train to Varanasi and attend the Ganga Aarti at Dashashwamedh Ghat also enjoy boat ride, Visit Shri Kashi Vishwanath Jyotirlinga Temple and Sarnath, In Deogarh visit Baba Baidyanath Jyotirlinga Temple.

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With the Dwarka pilgrimage tour, you will learn about the historical significance of this holy city. After Sri Krishna’s victory over his Uncle Kansa and the cruel Jarasandh was following Sri Krishna and his people, it is said in the Mahabharata that Sri Krishna built a beautiful city in Dwarka by reclaiming land from the sea and he made it his capital to save his people. Their civilisation flourished and it was a great port of trade. There is evidence of such a city and the port trade with countries as far away as Bahrain dating to more than 8000 years. The name Dwarka means Gateway of salvation; the city is also called Dwarkamati, Mokshapuri or Dwarkavati. In the Mahabharata itself, it was said that before Sri Krishna left the Earth he told Arjuna to evacuate citizens from the city as it would soon be submerged in the sea. There is also evidence that the sea level rose and sunk the grand city. The Dwarakadeesh Temple was built in the current city of Dwarka dedicated to Sri Krishna. Although there is evidence to say that it was constructed more than 2500 years ago, the temple in its present form was built in the 16th Century after being destroyed by the Mahmud Begada rulers. During the Dwarka holiday package, you will get an opportunity to visit the renowned temple and seeks blessings from Lord Krishna.

Dwarka is the seat of the Sharadha Peeta in the West established by Adi Shankaracharya in the 16th Century and also ISKCON movement. It is considered to be one of the Char Dhams or pilgrimage places that all Hindus visit in their lifetime. Other temples that form part of the Dwaraka Pilgrimage package are Rukmini Devi Temple, The Gomti Ghat on the banks of the River Rukmini, Bet Dwaraka an island on the Arabian Sea with a set of temples and the Lighthouse at the land’s end. There is a bridge connecting Bet Dwaraka to Okha on the mainland. Today the main income of Dwarka is tourism due to the vast pilgrimage population.

Dwarakadeesh Temple in the holy city is called Jagat Mandir as it was built by Raja Jagat Singh Rathore. This beautiful 5 story edifice is 78 m tall and has a magnificent flag fluttering in the sea breeze. The 52-yard long flag is ceremoniously changed 5 times a day by Guggali Brahmins who climb the Shikkara to loud cheers after it is carried to the temple by whichever family is sponsoring it for the day; a daily routine well worth watching. 

The Gomti River flows into the Arabian Sea in this city and the Gomti Ghat allows pilgrims to take a holy dip in the river before visiting the sacred shrine. Temples to Samudra Devi the River Goddess Gomathi, Saraswathi and Lakshmi dot the Ghat area. Across the bridge known as Sudama Sethu, at Bet Dwarka, a number of temples dedicated to various deities are visited in the Dwaraka Pilgrim Trip. This includes the famous Hanuman Dandi Temple where he is seen with his son Makardhwaja born of his sweat and a crocodile. The Nageshwar Temple is one of the 12 Jyotirlingas visited by pilgrims. One of the temples that pilgrims definitely visit is the Rukmini Devi temple. Rukmini Devi was the chief of Lord Krishna’s wives and this beautifully carved temple dating to the 12th Century is around 2 km from Dwarkadeesh. The Thulabaara is famous in the temple.

Dwarka has plenty for the divinity inspired visitor and there are plenty of souvenirs to take back apart from a wonderful Darshan and Sri Krishna’s blessings. Shells, particularly Conch shells, corals, Indrajaal and idols of Krishna and his cows are sold along the temple roads. The place is especially festive during Janmashtami that falls in the months of August or September. With Dwarka vacations package you will get an opportunity to take part in the celebrations and soak in the serenity of the town. We offers a wonderful stay in the city and all the facilities. Pantomimes depicting the birth of Krishna as well as night dances of Raas and Garbha lend a colourful variety to the festivities. It is an ideal time to visit Dwaraka. 

Indian Visit offers a wide range of Dwarka packages and with them you can enjoy the tour of this holy city. We will arrange a wonderfully spiritual trip to Dwarka that you will always remember with a divine fondness.


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