How to Reach Dwarka from Ahmedabad
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How to Reach Dwarka from Ahmedabad
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Visit the city of Dwarka, which is one of the most popular tourist destinations in India. Dwarka is a holy city situated in the state of Gujarat. It is believed to be the birthplace of Lord Krishna. According to the Hindu mythology, Lord Krishna killed his maternal uncle Kamsa and reclaimed 37 square meters of land from the sea. This land was used to create the city of Dwarka. Apart from the holy sanctity the city enjoys, the city is also a major exporter of agricultural products like cereals, millets, rice grains, desi ghee, oil-seeds, and salt. As the city is closer to the sea called Gulf of Kutch, Dwarka experiences a humid weather for the most part of the year.
If you’re planning to visit the historic city of Dwarka, you need to know the following information that will assist you on how to reach Dwarka from Ahmedabad by the different modes of transport:
Ahmedabad to Dwarka by Air: Sardar Vallabhai Patel International Airport (AMD) is the airport which serves Ahmedabad city. The airport is located at a distance of 9 kms from the north of the city and is at Hansol. Jamnagar airport is the airport of Dwarka but you can take a flight from AMD till Porbandar airport in 5 hours and then reach Dwarka from there. Ahmedabad to Dwarka flight is the fastest means of transport between the two cities.
Ahmedabad to Dwarka by Train: You can even reach Dwarka from Ahmedabad by taking a train. There are a number of trains that operate from Ahmedabad Junction to Dwarka Junction like Dwarka Express, Saurashtra Mail, and Rameswaram Okha Express and so on. The shortest train route is 469 km with a travel time of 8 hours and 25 minutes. Ahmedabad to Dwarka train ticket price can be checked at the official website of Indian Railways.
Ahmedabad to Dwarka by Road: Ahmedabad to Dwarka distance is approximately is 450 km and you can take a cab or a bus to travel from Ahmedabad Dwarka by road. You can find a number of luxury, non-AC, AC, and Volvo buses that are operated by private and state bus operators. The approximate time taken to travel from Ahmedabad to Dwarka by bus is around 10 hours
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Trip to DwarkaOVERALL BEST EXPERIENCE...NICE ARRANGEMENT... best hotels. best cab and cooperative cab driver. thank u..... Somnath ... Dwarka... statue of unity...... Akshardham temple.....
Trip to DwarkaThe whole trip was well organised and everything went well and smooth as per plans. The Agents and the Driver where so supportive and responsive. We absolutely enjoyed the trip. Thanks to travel triangle and Street Romeo Visiting Dwarka temple was our best moments
Trip to DwarkaIts great that travel triangle has booked a nice trip package though we have confirmed our requirements with a very short duration. Cab drivers were polite and helpful. What ever time it may be, late night or early morning The travel agent (Diu Travels) contact person was easily reachable over phone. The hotel The Grand Dwarka booked near dwarkadhish temple was really owsome. We enjoyed the stay
Trip to Dwarkadwarka mm bhura experience tha because of high tide on that day DIU is a nice place to visit........
Trip to DwarkaVery good planning and execution. The hotel at Somnath was not upto the mark. Pl change it. The services and rooms are bad. Sorry for the comments but compared to Ahmedabad and Dwarka the hotel at Somnath was poor. .
Trip to DwarkaAhmedabad-Gir-Somnath-Dwarka-Ahmedabad with pitstops en route at Jungadh-Porbandar-Jamnagar - December '18 . This was our second trip through Travel Triangle. In 2017, we had been on a tour to Kerala which, though a last minute rush job, was hectic but well organised. Eshant Yadav from TT & Lijo George from the Tour Club kept in touch during the entire planning & were polite and informative. The entire trip was enjoyable & special mention must be made of Joy, the cab driver. He knew the routes thoroughly, was a good guide and made optimum use of the available time. The hotels & the food met our expectations, though The Breeze (a new hotel) was actually at Anachal & not in Munnar town. Tiger’s Roare at Thekkady was very close to the main gate of the Periyar Reserve. The Paloma at Kainakary was excellent, though a little away from Alleppey town and the complimentary boat ride, in the evening, was a treat ! The high point of our trip was a 6 hour day trip on a houseboat on the Alleppey backwaters. The vegetarian fare on the houseboat was customised at our request & really good. An 8/10 for the whole tour. Based on the earlier experience, we went with Travel Triangle once again for our Gujarat trip (Ahmedabad-Gir-Somnath-Dwarka) but, this time, it was a bit of a let-down. First off, Shreya Malviya of TT – either she didn’t exist or she was a ghost. Not once did we receive a call from her. Between 22 Nov & 13 Dec, we made 3 calls to her, only to listen to hold music or get a busy signal. We also felt that Mr. Amin from Diu Holidays, whose quote we finally accepted, could do with a softer approach & be less aggressive while speaking to customers. On the plus side, the hotels were quite comfortable – Sukhsagar at Gir, Sun Plaza at Somnath & the Goverdhan Greens ( 5 kms away from Dwarka town) lived up to our expectations. The food was quite good too. Special mention - the breakfast & dinner buffet at Sukhsagar, breakfast buffet at Goverdhan Greens. The only issue we had was the lack of hot water for a bath at the Sukhsagar. Being winter, that’s the least we had expected. Another plus was Mushtaq, the cab driver. A polite & well-behaved person, knew the routes thoroughly and drove safely, keeping well within the speed limits. As for the trip, given the distances involved, the itinerary could have been better planned. On the last leg, from Dwarka to Ahmedabad, at Jamnagar, we missed out on the Lakhota lake & museum, the Bal Hanuman temple & barely managed to visit Sabarmati Ashram at Ahmedabad, (we reached there at 6.10 p.m, the Ashram closes at 6.30 p.m.) totally missed out on the Akshardham temple & the Adalaj stepwell. We did Akshardham & Adalaj on our own the next day. All said, this time around, we would give the whole trip a 5/10. Travel Triangle, you need to step up your game, if you want to retain customers. Online doesn’t mean going anonymous or being invisible.
Trip to DwarkaOur trip to Gujarat was a really memorable one. The travel agent Amin from Diu Holidays was really cooperative and patient enough to accommodate the customization that we asked for. The hotels allotted were really good, especially Dharani Village Resort in Kutch and Regenta Inn in Dwarka. The rooms in all hotels were well maintained and the staff was very friendly. The cab driver Asraf was also very friendly. Overall, a great trip. White Rann of Kutch, Dwarka and Somnath
Trip to DwarkaTrip was good. Hotels were good. Amin was approachable and he could arrange last minute request for transport for our trip. Hotel Palms at DIU was good Cygnet INN at DWARKA and Grand DAKSH at SOmnath were very good, though service time was a bit more but thats ok.
Trip to DwarkaIt was a good experience. Hotels at Dwarka Somnath and Ahmedabad were good. Mr.Amin Mansuri helped us everytime we had a query or requested a change. A little disappointed with the driver of the car. Slightly temperamental and was not a good guide . A.C in the car not working well so afternoon travel became a little tiresome. Happy with arrangements made by Mr.Amin and initial information from travel triangle. Thank you very much. Great darshan at Dwarka Somnath. The temple the ocean at the back soothes the mind . Adalaj vaav a real treat to the eyes. Thanks
Trip to Dwarkabait inn and heritage were best. However Sukhsagar was worse as no proper basic things like hot water/ intercom / TV and basic response was poor. Grand Dwarka was very good.however initially wrong billing by restaurant.... but corrected after checking by me. Driver was the best and highly polite and respectful. but cab was little noisy chattering of glasses. overall very nice experience.and already recommended to my friends. Lothal and Gir jungle safari was highest memorable.
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Jamnagar Airport (JGA) is the nearest airport from Dwarka. It is located about 145 km away. Air India has a daily flight between Jamnagar and Mumbai.
The city is located about 450 kilometres by road from Ahmedabad. One can reach here via NH47 in about 10 hours. Overnight trains between Ahmedabad and Dwarka are also available.
From dharamshalas to luxury hotels, there is a range of accommodations available in Dwarka in Gujarat.
Besides the famous Dwarkadhish Temple, pay a visit to Bet Dwarka, Rukmini Devi Temple, and the lighthouse are popular attractions here.
Temperatures are pleasant between November and February. The festival of Janmashtami is celebrated here in August/September.
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