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Arrival in Ahmedabad – a World Heritage City. Meeting and assistance upon arrival by the representatives of Compass Tourism. A formal introduction of the trip will be followed by the check in to the hotel. Day for leisure and evening at Manek Chowk –a night food market of Ahmedabad. Overnight at Ahmedabad

Early morning after breakfast, visit the World Famous Calico Textile Museum – one of the most beautiful textile museums in the world. The museum showcases the versatile collection of several Handicrafts and textile dating centuries back. Visit Sabarmati Ashram – an Ashram established by Mahatma Gandhi and an
important monument in Indian Independence history as well as production of Khadi. Visit Adalaj Stepwell – a 5 Storeyed Step well known for its intricate carvings. Overnight at Ahmedabad.

Early morning after breakfast, check out and proceed towards Patan(120 kms/2 ½ Hours) – the erstwhile capital of Gujarat founded way back in 745 AD. Visit the Salvi family of Patola Weaving technique – a double Ikat art which is like a sheer poetry of the intermingling warp and weft of silken music. Patan is also known for the Khatri families for their Mashru weaving – an Unique interweaved pattern that has cotton at the base but the upper surface has a rich sheen of Silk. Also visit the Rani Ki Vav – an UNESCO nscribed World Heritage 7 storeyed Step well with more than 500 God Sculptures and a masterpiece in I Step wells which also have some Motifs of Patola designs. Proceed to Modhera and visit 11th Century Sun Temple in Modhera to witness the Grandeur of Solanki era in Gujarat. Proceed to Little Rann of Kutch – home to the Indian Wild Asses. Overnight at Bajana.

Early morning after breakfast drive to Little Rann of Kutch Wildlife Sanctuary to observe the birds (Siberian Crane, flamingos). It is a paradise for bird watchers, one can see the flocks of greater flamingos  near the water bodies in winter months. See the different animals as highly endangered Asiatic wild Ass & some antelopes like Nilgai (Blue Bull). Asiatic Wild Ass is an endangered species and Little Rann of Kutch is the best place to observe them in wild. Also make the small visit to the Agaria salt workers. In the afternoon, see some of the villages of Vadiara Rabari and Bharwad tribes. Both Rabari and Bharawad are cattle herders and in the evening time, we can see them milking their cows and buffalos. Visit the artisans of Tangaliya Shawl – a 700 year old art used by the shepherd community. Overnight at Little Rann of Kutch.

Today morning, check out and proceed towards Bhuj(250 kms/5 Hours). Visit the Ajrakhpur Village on the way – a village established by the Ajrakh Block Printers and also visit LLDC Museum – a living museum providing a detailed research and
representation of the colourful handicrafts of Kutch district. Reach Bhuj – a city which rose from the ashes after the 2001 devastating Earthquake. Overnight at Bhuj.

Early morning after breakfast, proceed towards Sumarasar (40 kms/45 mins). Visit the artisans of Ahir Embroidery and visit Meghiben Meriya, a woman known for drawing her life stories on Cloth through Applique Work. Proceed to Nirona – one of the most fascinating village in the district of Kutch. Visit the Khatri Family which is the only family in India practising the Rogan Art. Visit the artisans of Copper Bell Art in the Nirona Village. Return and Dinner and Overnight at Bhuj.

Early morning after breakfast, proceed to Hodka (70 kms/1 ½ Hours) to visit the Marwada Meghwal Community for their intricate embroidery work and the leather work. A interaction with the locals and a delicious lunch is the perfect icing on the
cake. Proceed towards Khavda and witness some clay art which is deeply ingrained into the Gujarat's ancient tradition. Return back to Bhuj and overnight at Bhuj. 

Today morning, check out and proceed towards Mundra (60 kms/1 hour) – a city which houses the largest private port in the country. Visit Batik Block Printing artisans – a wax resist block printing art. Proceed to Mandvi and relax at the private beach of the Vijay Vilas Palace – the summer palace of the Kings of Kutch
and overnight at Mandvi.

Early morning after breakfast, check out and proceed towards Ahmedabad(400 kms/8 Hours). Reach Ahmedabad and relax at the hotel. An evening visit to one of the Authentic Gujarati restaurant in Ahmedabad will sum up the tour nicely. Overnight at Ahmedabad. Today morning, check out and transfer to Airport
and drop as per schedule.

Today morning, check out and transfer to Airport and drop as per