Latest News
लंदन एयरपोर्ट से उड़ा प्लेन 9 घंटे बाद वहीं लौटा:अमेरिका जाने के लिए 7779 किमी घूमा; तकनीकी खराबी की वजह से लौटना पड़ापाकिस्तान में सालभर में गधों की तादाद 1 लाख बढ़ी:इनकी मदद से देश की आर्थिक हालत सुधार रही सरकार, अब वहां 59 लाख गधेअर्जेंटीना में आर्थिक सुधार बिल के खिलाफ सड़कों पर लोग:गाड़ियां जलाईं, पेट्रोल बम फेंके; पुलिस ने रोकने के लिए पेपर स्प्रे इस्तेमाल कियाभास्कर अपडेट्स:नागपुर में बारूद कंपनी में विस्फोट, 5 मजदूरों की मौत; 5 घायलअमेरिका से भिड़ा सऊदी अरब तो बना G7:अमीर देशों के क्लब को मनमोहन ने दी थी धमकी; अब मेलोनी ने मोदी को क्यों बुलायाअमेरिका के इलिनॉय में मास शूटिंग:3 पुलिसकर्मी समीत 8 घायल, पुलिस ने हमलावर को मार गिरायाइटली में खालिस्तानी कर रहे विरोध,मोदी की सुरक्षा कैसी होगी:प्लेन में मिसाइल, होटल में SPG तैनात; दौरे से पहले वहां गांधी प्रतिमा तोड़ी गईकुवैत की आग में 42 भारतीयों की मौत:एयरफोर्स वन से वापस लाए जाएंगे शव; विदेश राज्य मंत्री बोले- शवों की पहचान करना मुश्किलकांगो में नदी में नाव डूबी, 80 लोगों की मौत:100 से ज्यादा लोग थे सवार, राष्ट्रपति ने दिए जांच के आदेशपाकिस्तान में पेश हुआ 5.65 लाख करोड़ का बजट:पिछले साल से 30% ज्यादा, बदहाली के बावजूद सेना पर 6300 करोड़ खर्च कर रहा

Omg! The Best Places To Visit In Gujarat Ever!

Omg! The Best Places To Visit In Gujarat Ever!

Gujarat – Located on the western coast of India between Maharashtra and Rajasthan, Gujarat didn’t really feature on the tourist map until recent years. A very successful series of ad campaigns with Bollywood actor Amitabh Bachchan and the addition of the Statue of Unity have changed this though. Tourist interest in the state has grown substantially. The legacy of Gujarat’s heritage includes remarkable architecture, temples, palaces, mansions and handicrafts. The state also has some rare wildlife and many bird-watching sites. It’s worthwhile getting out and about, away from the major cities, and exploring. You’ll be surprised by what there is to see and experience. Gujarat really is one of the most underrated destinations in India!


“Manchester of the East”


Ahmedabad, Gujarat ka capital for many centuries. It was declared to be India’s first UNESCO World Heritage City in Gujarat in 2017, beating both Delhi and Mumbai. It is also one of the fastest-growing cities in Gujarat,  India. Also known as Amdavad, the city of Ahmedabad is the commercial hub and also the living symbol of the rich cultural heritage of Gujarat state. Splendid monuments, wonderful museums, and gorgeous lakes are the prime attractions of Ahmedabad farva layak jagya or holiday packages.  Ahmedabad- Gujarat best city

Popularly called the Land of Gandhi, Ahmedabad is closely associated with Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, the father of the nation. Sabarmati Ashram, Kankaria Lake, Jama Masjid, Akshardham Temple, Adalaj Stepwell, Hathee Singh Jain Temple, ISKCON Temple, Vintage Car Museum, Nalsarovar Bird Sanctuary and Swaminarayan Mandir are some of the well-known tourist places in Gujarat Ahmedabad.

Rann of Kutch 

The White Desert of India”


Virtually an island that resembles the shape of a tortoise. Kutch is probably one of the most beautiful, yet surreal places in India with the vast expanses of the white salt desert.  The place to visit in gujarat comes to life during the winters when the Rann Festival is during December- February everywhere in which there are huge camp settlements with cultural programs, functions and adventure activities like hot-air ballooning.

Kutch is probably one of the most beautiful, yet surreal places in India with the vast expanses of the white salt desert. The place comes to life during the winters when the Rann Festival is during December-February everywhere in which there are huge camp settlements with cultural programs, functions and adventure activities like hot-air ballooning. Kutch is probably one of the most beautiful, yet surreal places in India with the vast expanses of the white salt desert.

The place comes to life during the winters when the Rann Festival is during December-February everywhere in which there are huge camp settlements with cultural programs, functions and adventure activities like hot-air ballooning. Kutch is also among the largest districts of India with a terribly low population density. Also, Kutch lies on the India-Pakistan border and you can see parts of Pakistan from Kutch. Kutch in Gujarat is famous for crafts and embroidery works, Flamingo Sanctuary and Wild Ass Sanctuary. Bhuj is an ideal starting point to visit the Rann of Kutch. Beautiful beaches of Mandvi near Bhuj are also totally worth visiting during your trip to Kutch. Don’t miss to see the ancient town of Dholavira.

Gir National Park

“The land of Asiatic Lions”


The only site in the world where the Asiatic lion may presently- found is in Gir National Park, one of the best parks in India to witness animals. Thanks to conservation efforts, their numbers have been increasing. Gir is the largest dry deciduous forest in western India. You’ll have the best chance of spotting a lion if you go during December through May although April and May can be very hot. Safaris run daily. Plan your Gujarat trip with this Gir travel guide.

The Sanctuary is a part of Kathiawar. There is closure of Gir National Park from 16 June to 15 October every year. The best time for wildlife spotting is April and May. While Devalia Safari Park is open throughout the year.

The official count said that there were 411 lions in 2010. Also, there are roughly 2375 species of fauna here with 38 species of mammals, over 300 species of birds, 37 species of reptiles and over 2000 species of insects. Other important wildlife forms found here are leopard, chausingha, spotted deer, hyena, sambar deer and chinkara. 


“The town of the Lord of the Moon”


Somnath, literally meaning ‘lord of the moon’ is a pilgrim centre. And is home to one of the 12 Jyotirlingas (shrines of Lord Shiva, where he’s worshipped as a linga of light). The celebration of Maha Shivratriin a big way there in February or March. A colourful religious fair- every year on Kartik Purnima complete with small children dressed up as Lord Shiva and plenty of bhaang. Somnath also offers beaches, museums and other attractions. While the Somnath temple and Somnath beach are the primary places to visit in Somnath– Gita Mandir, Balukha Tirtha, Kamnath Mahadev Temple, Somnath Museum are some of the other places that one can visit.

Somnath Mahadev Fair which is held on Kartik Purnima and Maha Shivaratri- are the two major festivals celebrated in Somnath with great pomp and fervour. The temple town witnesses a huge number of tourists from various parts of the country during these festivals.

Statue of Unity

“Memorial to The Iron Man of India”


The world’s tallest statue, dedicated to Indian independence activist Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel (1875–1950), completed in 2018. At 182 metres tall, it’s twice the size of the Statue of Liberty. Patel was the first Deputy Prime Minister and Home Minister of independent India. The development of the area around the statue was comprehensive Gujarat tourist places (गुजरात टूरिस्ट प्लेस) for the whole family to enjoy; with enough activities and; attractions to fill in at least three days. 

Apart from the statue, these include a sound and laser show; butterfly and cactus garden; Ayurvedic wellness centre; eco-friendly and medicinal plant nursery; handicraft stores; valley of flowers; forest with native trees; children’s park with train and mirror maze; safari park and zoo; zip-lining; white water rafting; cycling, and boating on the lake.


“The home of Lord Krishna”


Dwarka is popularly known as the ‘home of Lord Krishna’ and is believed to have been the first capital of Gujarat. Known as Devbhoomi Dwarka. One of the four most sacred Char Dham Hindu pilgrimage sites and seven most ancient Sapta Puri religious cities in India. Dwarka was a part of the ancient kingdom of Krishna and Nageshwar Jyotirlinga Temple, one of the 12 Jyotirlingas, is also located in Dwarka. The Krishna Janmashtami festival is a major event there. If you specifically want to participate in the grand festivities of the Janmashtami festival, visiting the town during August and September will be eventful. Of special importance is Dwarkadhish Temple, and often referred to as Jagat Mandir

Head down to Gomti Ghat, at the holy water’s edge, for a spectacle of decorated camels, tea stalls, and seashell jewellery sellers. Just north of Dwarka, Shivrajpur beach was recently awarded international Blue Flag certification for safety and cleanliness. Nageshwar Jyotirlinga Temple, Gomti Ghat, Rukmani Devi Temple, Beyt Dwarka, Gopi Talav, Bhadkeshwar Mahadev Mandir, Swaminarayan Temple, Dwarka Beach, Shivrajpur Beach, and Okhamadhi Beach are some of the important amazing gujarat places to visit or jovalayak sthal in Dwarka. The name Dwarka translates to ‘dwar’ meaning ‘door’ and ‘ka’ meaning ‘moksha’ meaning the “door to salvation”.


“Ancient temples, tall hills and a deep sense of serenity”


Bhuj is known as a desert city, often called the Jaisalmer of Gujarat, Bhuj is one of the places to visit in Gujarat. Bhuj is a treat to the eyes of visitors as it offers everything from white desert to beautiful temples and; from wildlife sanctuaries to the cultural landscape as part of Bhuj packages. The city was left in a state of devastation after the 2001 earthquake and is still in the recovery phase. The land of Bhuj is home to various historical place in Gujarat, like the 2000-year-old Kshatrapa inscriptions in the kutch museum, hall of mirrors in the Aina Mahal, the bell tower of Prag Mahal, the sculptures in Ramkund stepwell, and the beautiful Hamirsar lake. 

Shree Swaminarayan Temple, Bhujia Hill Fort, Aina Mahal, Prag Mahal Palace, Hiralaxmi Memorial Craft Park, Kutch Fossil Park, Tapkeshwari Temple, and Rudramata Dam are some of the top tourist important places in Gujarat Bhuj. It also has the oldest museum in the state of Gujarat. Apart from the tourist places, Bhuj is also very famous in Gujarat for its traditional handicrafts and embroidery.


“A mini-Goa”


Diu is a little island that was once a Portuguese colony and surrounded by beaches. Diu takes up most popularity given the ample number of beaches, along with Gujarat’s southern coast such as the Nagoa beach, but has a lot more to offer too. Alcohol is legal in Diu. 

The Diu Fort, a primary imprint of the Portuguese on the area’s heritage and architecture, makes up a popular tourist point of attraction. Another interesting place is the Vanakbara, a small fishing village whose charm has tints of colourful fishing boats and humming of day to day activity. This perfect add-on to a visit to Gujart or Gujarat farva layak sthal will complete your experience with interesting museums such as the Sea Shell Museum, temples and churches.


“Home to the Ambe temple”


Ambaji is majorly associated with the worship of Goddess Amba. Ambaji is a beautiful town located in the state of Gujarat, majorly associated with pilgrimage and religious tourism. The place has numerous beautiful temples, which turn out to be mesmerising architectural specimens.

With places like Gabbar Hills, which is associated with legends of Devi Sati, and Kailash Hill sunset in its proximity, Danta Ambaji ensures to give all its visitors a once in a lifetime experience. The place is not only associated with beautiful places of worship with beliefs as old as the origin of mankind but also depicts the beautiful connection between the gods and nature in the most enthralling way possible.

Ask anything to vikas

    List of Products


    Latest Post from Blog

    0 0 votes
    Article Rating
    Notify of
    Oldest Most Voted
    Inline Feedbacks
    View all comments
    Hanna Ovr
    1 year ago

    Georgia’s Hometown Pest Control Company for home and business. With us, you will forget about the fact that there may be pests in your house. Visit our website priority pest control.

    […] is a delicious breakfast dish from the state of Gujarat. It is made from a fermented batter of rice, ground urad dal and gram flour. This versatile dish […]

    […] of Maharashtra, 11 km from Lonavala, 66 km from Pune, and 114 km from Mumbai. It is one of the best tourist places to visit in […]

    […] Devoted to the Hindu demi-god Nandi, Dodda Basavana Gudi is one of the most Bangalore famous temple, attracting a huge tourist population. It is popularly known as the Bull Temple. It is in the Bull Temple Road, Basavanagudi, area of South Bengaluru; part of the largest city of the Indian state of Karnataka. This best temple in Bangalore, is believable  to be the biggest Nandi temple in the world, measuring a whopping 15 feet. The tall, single-rock, granite statue of a bull (Nandi) that dominates the temple is its most striking element. The dedication of the temple is for worship of the sacred bull in Hinduism known as Nandi, Lord Shiva’s vahana. It is truly beautiful and worth a visit. […]

    […] Look at this list of all the waterfalls that appeal to tourists. Most of these waterfalls are best-visited post rainy season when they are running at full capacity and; are a treat to the […]

    Would love your thoughts, please comment.x