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Day Tour Of Ahmedabad

by TaxiBazaar
per traveller Price was AU$21 Discount price is AU$20
*Pricing based on group of 6 travellers
Duration: 8h Free cancellation available No Booking Fees E-voucher (printout not required) Offered in: English Offered in: English Picks up from select hotels Picks up from select hotels

Highlights

  • Discover Ahmedabad with Heritage Walk

  • Enjoy the night life of Ahmedabad at food market Manek Chowl

  • Explore Sarkhej Roza the largest monument

  • Embrace the carving of marvellous Sidi Saiyad Masjid

  • Have fun at the Kankaria Lake

Highlights

  • Discover Ahmedabad with Heritage Walk

  • Enjoy the night life of Ahmedabad at food market Manek Chowl

  • Explore Sarkhej Roza the largest monument

  • Embrace the carving of marvellous Sidi Saiyad Masjid

  • Have fun at the Kankaria Lake

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Day Tour Of Ahmedabad in English, includes Drinks Only

Duration 8h

Live Commentary in English.

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Total price is AU$64.42, taxes included

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Day Tour Of Ahmedabad

Activity Location

Ahmedabad

Ahmedabad

Meeting/Redemption Point
  • Ahmedabad City Center

    Ahmedabad


Description

ITINERARY:

Sarkhej Roza: The largest and most outstanding monument in the western part of Ahmedabad. It is a
mosque and dargah complex spanning several acres. The mosque with intricate carvings and tomb of
Shaikh Ahmed Khattu Ganj Baksh in the district are quite beautiful. It would be more beautiful
still because the mosque leads to a large square water tank with steps on all sides and pavilions, a truly
royal recreational place built by Sultan Mahmud Begada.
Sidi Saiyad Masjid: From Sarkhej to Lal Darwaja is a distance of about 5-7 km and brings you to Sidi
Saiyad Mosque the outstanding feature is a filigreed carving of marvellous detail. You wonder that
such workmanship is possible in sandstone.
Teen Darwaja, Juma Masjid: Lal Darwaza is old city area so you might just as well proceed towards
Teen Darwaja. The area is choc-a-bloc full of street vendors so make your way onwards to the Juma
Masjid on Gandhi Road, a cacophony of noise. Step inside and it is tranquil. Marvel at the
innumerable pillars and the construction that allows people to remain cool in blistering heat.
Manek Chowk and the Poles: Step outside of Juma Masjid and venture to Manek Chowk, a stone’s
throw away. This is the heart of the old city. The old city is a maze of poles, some of them home to
common people and some for the city’s “bhadralok” with their beautiful Havelis with an inner courtyard
and intricately carved wooden pillars.
Kankaria Lake: Kankaria Lake once known as Hauz e Qutub is the second largest lake in the city said
to have been built by Sultan Qutbuddin in the 15th Century. Today, it has been modernised and it is a
recreational place.
Museums: There is nothing on a grand scale but each one is unique. The Utensil Museum in Vishalla
restaurant in Vasna showcases traditional utensils of Gujarat. The Calico Museum of Textiles in
Shahibaug is worth a visit to know about the various varieties of textiles produced here and the
Shreyas Folk Museum displays textile and clothing along with coins and weapons.
Dada Hari Ni Vav: Located in Asarwa, the Dada Hari ni Vav is another neglected yet richly carved
monument. It is a stepwell. Even in the blistering heat of summer, when you go down to the deepest level, it is refreshingly and soothingly cool.


Inclusions

  • Travel in chauffeur driven air-conditioned car

  • Fuel surcharges


Exclusions

  • Entrance Fees

  • Service

  • No meal will be provided


Know Before You Book

  • Please be present at the pick-up point 15 minutes prior to the scheduled pick up time

  • Children upto 3 years are complimentary