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Arrival in Ahmedabad – a World Heritage City. Check into the hotel and after freshen up, visit Sabarmati Ashram – established by Mahatma Gandhi and one of the most important places in Indian Independence History. Visit the Kite Museum – one of the two Kite Museums in the world to know about the history of Kite Flying. Visit Adalaj Step well – a 5 storeyed intricately carved Step well. Overnight at Ahmedabad.

Today morning, breakfast and check out and proceed towards Jambughoda (180 kms/ 1 ½ Hours). Visit to the house of Rathwa Tribe and explore their way of living – hunting tools, design of house & utensils, pithora - native painting. Pithora Painting is their major attraction which they paint on the walls of the houses as a token of respect to God. Overnight at Jambughoda.

Next morning after refreshment and breakfast, visit to the weekly haats (market) where the tribals from the surrounding areas bring their handmade products such as jewellery, earthenware, rudimentary farm implements and farm produce, to sell or barter. Apart from these products, there is very active and noisy haggling over goats, fowls and bullocks. Dinner and overnight stay at Jambughoda.

Today morning, check out and proceed towards Poshina(320 kms/ 6 ½ Hours). Reach Poshina – a picturesque village set amidst the lush green Polo Forest and the Aravalli Ranges with colourful people. Visit to the rural areas here will make you see the Terracotta army of Horses and the Garasiya tribes showing their archery demonstrations. Enjoy the stay at the Darbargadh Palace and overnight at Poshina.

Today morning, proceed towards Patan (140 kms/ 3 hours. Visit Rani ki Vav – an UNESCO inscribed World Heritage 7 storeyed Step well with more than 500 God Sculptures and a masterpiece in Step wells. Visit 11th Century Sun Temple in Modhera to witness the Grandeur of Solanki era in Gujarat. Proceed to Bajana (70 kms / 1 ½ Hours) and relax at the resort nearby to the Little Rann of Kutch – the home to the Indian Wild Asses.

Today morning, go for a Village Safari in the Patdi village when the market starts crowding with people buying their daily needs. Visit the artisans of Tangaliya Shawl – an art almost 700 years old used mainly bythe Shepherd Bharwad Community. Post Noon, a safari in the Little Rann of Kutch awaits us. Hundreds of Migratory birds flocks to the Little Rann in winters which becomes a paradise for the Bird watchers and yes, the Wild Asses always remain the most enticing ones. Meet Agariyas – salt farmers working in the desert to produce Salt. Overnight at Bajana.

Today morning, check out and proceed towards Bhuj(250 kms/5 Hours). Visit LLDC museum – a living museum showing the arts and handicrafts of Kutch on the way. Also visit the Khatri Community of the Ajrakh Block Printing in Ajrakhpur. Reach Bhuj – a city which rose from the ashes after the 2001 devastating Earthquake. Overnight at Bhuj.

Today morning after breakfast, visit Hodka village to meet the Marwada Meghwal and Halepotra tribes and have a delicious lunch at their home. Hover through the Banni villages known for their colourful handicrafts and people. Return back to Bhuj and overnight at Bhuj.

Today morning after breakfast, check out and proceed towards Ahmedabad (350 kms/7 hours) and evening time for leisure. Overnight at Ahmedabad.

Today morning after breakfast, check out and drop as per schedule.