Gujrat Is the One most Tourist Attracted place, Town of Lord Krishna Dwarka is here consider piligrim in Char Dham, Somnath Temple famous for its architectural Beauty. you can not miss World Largest salt desert Kutch Ka Rann. Take A Traveller From Bhagwati Tours & Travels From Jaipur for All Gujrat Tour.
Gir National Park – It is to be noted that it is the largest home to the Asiatic Lions in India. Other than that, this rich forest is the safe shelter for Sambar and spotted deer (chital), blue bull (nilgai), chousingha (the world’s only four-horned antelope), chinkara (Indian gazelle) and wild boar, Jackal, striped hyena, jungle cat, rusty-spotted cat, langur, porcupine and black-naped Indian. One can also spot about 250 species of birds in the
Great Rann of Kutch – The White Salt Desert is definitely a place that one should visit in his lifetime. The Great Rann of Kutch is by far the largest white salt desert in India and is truly a magnificent destination to be at. One can enjoy camel safaris on a moonlit night (During the Rann Utsav in December-March). Accommodation is available at
the nearby villages called Dhordo and Hodka.
Dwarka – Dwarka needs no introduction; this sacred city of Lord Krishna has unspoiled charm that draws a large number of Hindu devotees all year long. One of the four Dhams in India (Hindu Pilgrimage Destinations), Dwarka is nestled in the lap of Gujarat, offering divinity and abundant peace to everyone who visits it. Amongst the most
important places to visit in Dwarka, Dwarkadhish Temple is a five-storied shrine believed to had been constructed 1400 years ago. Other than this, you would love to see Bet Dwarka, Okha (30 kms from Dwarka) and different temples dedicated to Rukmini (Lord Krishna’s Wife), Mirabai, Narsinh Mehta and Shank Narayan.
Somnath – A holy town in Junagadh district, Somnath is revered highly as one of the places where the Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva are kept. The temple is the centre point of all the local and tourists activities of the town. Although, Somnath Temple is the reason behind Somnath being a popular tourist attraction, another reason can be its scenic
location near the coast. So, other than visiting temples and cleansing one’s soul, tourists can enjoy some good time at the beach as well. Junagadh Gate and Panch Pandav Gufa (Cave) are the famous tourist destinations in Somnath.
Thol Lake Bird Sanctuary – Thol Lake Bird Sanctuary is the perfect place to be at! Situated about 40 kms from Ahmedabad, Thol is a freshwater lake that is surrounded by marshland. The picture perfect setting has made this a home to about 100 species of birds and quite a popular place for bird watching in Gujarat. Cranes, geese,
flamingoes, pelicans, egrets, herons, spoonbills, ducks, whistling teals and many other migratory birds nest and breed here. Thol Lake Bird Sanctuary also makes for a great getaway from the maddening rush of the city; the place is just so serene and beautiful that you would wish to stay a bit longer each time you visit here.
Velavadar Blackbuck National Park – Another fantastic wildlife tourism park in Gujarat, as the name suggests, this national park is home to a rare species of blackbuck. Situated in Bhal region, this national park is a treat for the wildlife enthusiasts, as along with spotting the whimsical blackbucks, they can even sight sizable amount of
bird species that consider the small wetland in the park their home. The best part is that you have the option to explore Velavadar on foot as well.
Ambaji – A quaint little town, Ambaji is located in Banaskantha district in Gujarat. We are more familiar with Ambaji as one of the important Shaktipeeths in India. Ambaji is situated about 180 kms from Ahmedabad and can be an ideal place for a weekend break for those who want to pay homage to the Goddess Sati or Shakti. A small town with the beautiful backdrop of Arasur Hills and surrounded by thick forests, Ambaji is away from the confines of the bustles of city life and thus offers a peaceful time to unwind and get drenched in spirituality. Gabbar Hill, Kamakshi Mandir, Kailash Hill Sunset, Koteshwar, Kumbhariya and Mansarovar are the major attractions in Ambaji.
Champaner – Pavagadh Archaeological Park Visit Champaner to relive the golden era of Gujarat, witness the splendid architecture and appreciate the workmanship. Champaner is about 50 kms from Vadodara Champaner-Pavagadh is studded with palaces, mosques, residential complexes, natural heritage, step-wells and tanks that are extended between Pavagadh hill and Champaner city, so one can expect an excellent sightseeing opportunity. Jama Masjid, Nagina Masjid, Sikandar Shah’s Tomb, Sakar Khan Dargah, Makai Kothar, Helical Step-well, Pavagadh Fort, Kalika Mata Temple and Brick Tomb are some of the places of interest in Champaner. Other than these exquisite places, one can visit the Jambughoda Wildlife Sanctuary (20kms from
Champaner) and Dhanpari and Kevdi Eco Sites.
Patan – Here’s how you know Patan better, recently one of its massive structures called Rani Ki Vav has been recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Patan is a small historical town which is situated in Patan district; it is about 110 kms from Gandhinagar. This fortified town has lot of historical importance and the best places to visit here can be Forts, Vavs (Step Wells), Talavs (Lakes) and temples. Rani-ki-Vav, Trikam Barot ni Vav, Sahastralinga Tank,Anand Sarovar (Gungadi Talav), Khan Sarovar, Old Kalka Mandir, Panchmukhi Hanuman, Jasma Odan ni Deri, Old Mahalaxmi Mandir, Sindhwai Mata nu Mandir, Hinglaj Mandir, Panchasar Derasar and Sheikh Farid no Rojo are some of the other major attractions in Patan. Do not forget to buy a hand-woven Patola Saree from here.
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