Don’t miss the chance to visit The Statue of Unity, in case your feet lands on Kevadia, in Ahmadabad. It is the colossal statue of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, one of the most prominent Indian statesman and also an independence activist. A river island beholds its location which faces the Sardar Sarovar Dam, built in the middle of river Narmada. After getting all satisfaction with the sweet sceneries at Kevadia, plan to return Vadodara.
Have your eyes laid upon the statue of unity, Rajwant Palace and Shoolpaneshwar Temple. It would be the moist delightful experience that would have, while travelling in here. For leisure, you can come back to camps. Moreover, enjoy your days with cultural activities in the camps.
Switch the gears of your car with the dawn of sun to visit Rajkot. Do not miss the chance to visit the KABA GANDHI NO DELO. With the fragrance of Gandhi family, this place holds the title of ancestral house of Mahatma Gandhi. Kaba Gandhi had her residence here. The building has now earned the title of national monument also. In there, there is a museum with "Gandhi Smriti" along with his photographs and his other personal belongings.
With the sun, drive out to Bet Dwarka. People also call it Bet Shankhoddar. Lord Krishna had his residence here; and while he lived here, he ruled Dwark. Mythologies describe this place as the place Vishnu found fit to kill Shankhasura, the demon. Nageswar Mahadev temle is something you might not wish to miss. There would be still Dwarkadhish Temple for you to enjoy, and don’t forget to attend the Aarti Darshan there.
Dwarka is the best place top start your journey from. Head your start from Porabandar and satisfy yourself witnessing Kirti temple. It is known as the birth place where Mahatma Gandhi. Have you visited Museum of Gandhi? If not, don’t miss it. Have a deep analysis of Gandhi’s study room in Kirti Temple. Sudama temple and following it Somnath are still there unwritten on the list.
Following your breakfast, reach Ahmedabad. Do not miss visiting Akshardham Temple. And don’t forget, it remains close on Monday. It is built near Ahmadabad, in Gandhinagar. A very famous mosque, Sidi Sayed mosque, of Ahmadabad also must not be missed. Don’t forget to visit Swetambara Temple after that. In 1850, Sheth Hatheesing, a rich Jain merchant, built it outside Delhi gate. This is one of the best known Ahmadabad’s ornate Jain temples. Not to mention, the beauty of Gandhi Ashram of Ahmadabad, that mustn’t be missed while your feet seeks journey, and eyes are set to travel seeking beauty. Here you would witness shady trees along with thousand parakeets, sunbirds, Beaters, squirrels. Ahmadabad is still one of the top tourist attractions because the beauty that it does offers a refuge from the polluted and populated cities.
Moreover, Adalaj is yet left before you wrap up your tourism. It was built by Queen Rudabai. It is a step well, and an architectural wonder.
Set to sail back to your pavilion, to your home town. Get ready with your memories and return back.