Textile Tour Package 8 Nights 9 Day

9 Days and 8 Nights

Day 1: Ahmedabad

Arrival in Ahmedabad, Meeting our representatives and welcome you. As the room keys and check in are organized our executive would introduce the tour to you and hand over the documents to you. Check into the hotel and refresh. After leisurely lunch we proceed to Shreyash Folk Museum and in evening free time at Manek chowk.

Overnight and Dinner at hotel – House of M.G. (Grand Deluxe Room)

Day 2: Ahmedabad – Patan – Ahmedabad (150 Km One way)

Early morning after breakfast proceed for world famous Calico museum as we have advance booking for you. This is the one of its kind museum in the world showcasing the versatile collection of several handicrafts and textile from dating centuries back. After museum visit we will depart for Patan city which is an ancient fort field town was founded in 745 AD. Patan is famous for Patola weaving technique. It is a form of dying art and is kept alive by few families who have been following the ancesteral profession since many centuries. We will visit one such family called the “Salvi family at patan” has kept alive the tradition of double ikkat and witness their hospitality. It is sheer poetry of the intermingling warp and weft of silken music that is the Patola of covetous desire. Also visit Queen’s step well and Modhera Sun temple and return to Ahmedabad.

Day 3: Ahmedabad – Bhuj (380 Kms)

Early morning after heavy breakfast we will depart for Kutch. Kutch has rich and diverse creative traditions which are live at the intersection of cultures and communities. On way to visit Ajrakhpur for Ajrakh Block printing, the word AJRAKH means ‘Keep Today’. After the visit of Ajrakhpur reach to Bhuj. Check in to hotel fresh en up and in the evening free time in Bhuj Market.

Overnight and Dinner at hotel – Prince, Bhuj (Deluxe Room)

Day 4: (Bhuj – Mandvi – Bhuj)

Early morning after breakfast depart for Mandvi for Mashru weaving - ‘The meaning of Mashroo is “allowed or permissible” in Arabic. The port town of Mandvi is at the center of Mashroo legacy in Kachchh, historically creating luxurious bolts of the fabric that Muslims and Hindus enjoyed.’it has a unique interweaved pattern that has cotton at the base but the upper surface has a rich sheen of silk. As the base of cotton gives cooling effect in the hot region of Kutch the usually bright and vibrant colours of silk reflect with visible contrast in the white barrens of Kutch and can be seen from distance. And then depart for Batik Printing – ‘Local legends share stories of the Batik practice of block printing being carried to Kachchh during the time of the Ramayana by seasoned, master craftsmen. In the evening visit Vijay Vilas Palace in Mandvi and free time on Mandvi Beach. After Depart for Bhuj.

Overnight and dinner at hotel – Prince, Bhuj (Deluxe Room)

Day 5: Bhuj – Nakhatrana (50 Kms)

Early morning after breakfast depart for Nakhatrana where we will be going to see Lacquer Work – “The word lacquer originates from the Sanskrit word Laksha meaning wax, which was used for both the LAC insect and the scarlet resinous secretion it produces that was used as wood finish in ancient India”, Metal Bells – “The Smith Man community from Sindh, (now in Pakistan) saw the potential for their craft and brought the craft to the land of Kutch. Rogan Painting – “which is art of painting is an ancient art over three hundred years old.” In the evening reach to Resort check in and leisure time in Resort.

Day 6: Nakhatrana – Sumrasar – Hodko (130 Kms)

This morning after breakfast departs for Dhordo on way visit Sumrasar Village for Weaving of Shawl and Stole – Weaving in Kutch is a traditional profession and skills are passed on from father to son. After having an experience of Weaving we will depart for Dhordo check in to hotel and after rest in evening we will visit White desert during sunset and return to resort.

Overnight and dinner at Resort – Sham E Sarhad, Hodko (Bhungas – Mud Huts)

Day 7: Hodko – Khavda – Hodko (130 Kms)

Early morning after breakfast we will depart to Khavda for Clay Art - Clay craft is ingrained deeply into Gujarat’s ancient tradition and since then has continued to enchant the world. Then Wooden Craft - Wood carving is a famous and traditional craft of Gujarat. And leather Work - Leather artisans of Gujarat are adept at sculpting and stamping the material into a variety of products which are finding favour in today’s contemporary market. We shall also visit certain villages for traditional kutch embroidery

Overnight and dinner at Resort – Sham E Sarhad, Hodko (Bhungas – Mud Huts)

Day 8: Hodko – Bhuj – Ahmedabad (425 Kms)

Early morning after breakfast we will depart for Ahmedabad. Check in to hotel and refresh after freshen up this evening we would visit an Indian family for an Indian home experience. The evening is planned to give you a 'feel' and insight into Indian family life as well as experience typical Indian hospitality and homemade Indian food.

Overnight and Dinner at hotel – House of M.G. (Grand Deluxe Room)

Day 9: Local Ahmedabad city visit and Drop

Today early morning we will visit Ahmedabad City heritage walk which is run by Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation.

After walk we will proceed to Hotel. Check out and Transfer to the International airport to board your flight back home.

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