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Planning a trip of Gujarat for 6 days/7 nights

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Planning a trip of Gujarat for 6 days/7 nights

Guide me for a trip for two in a car stating from Baroda covering Ahmedabad,Palitana, Diu, Somnath, Dwaraji,Little Run Kutch and back to Baroda

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1. Re: Planning a trip of Gujarat for 6 days/7 nights

Here is a suggestion; do the clockwise circuit.

Baroda - Palitaba (night 1), Diu (night 2), Somnath & Gir (night 3), Porbandar / Junagadh and Dwarrka (night 4 & 5), Little Rann of Kutch (night 6) - Baroda. If you are visiting in the coming months, may be prudent to skip LRK and add a day in Diu.

Have a good trip.

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3. Re: Planning a trip of Gujarat for 6 days/7 nights

Sir Add a Day in Sasan Gir You Feel Very Calm And Relax...........

Anand Driver

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