With countless options available for a Gujarat vacation, we bring you a list of the top 10 places to visit in Gujarat.
Dotted with mosques, Hindu and Buddhist temples and other historic structures, Junagad was ruled by the Babi Nawabs until India’s independence.
Ahmedabad, the fifth largest city in India, is the commercial hub of Gujarat and also one of the best places to stay in Gujarat.
Vododara, designated as the cultural capital of the state, is one of the most visited tourist attractions in Gujarat.
Located 50 km east of Baroda is the Archaeological Park of Champaner Pavagarh. This ancient site with religious buildings and 8th-century ruins was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2004.
Sasan Gir National Park is located in Junagad district and is one of the most visited tourist attractions in the country.
Located by the Gomti stream, Dwarkadhish temple is one of the most beautiful temples in India believed to have been built by Lord Krishna’s grandson himself.
One of the few monuments built by a queen for her beloved king, Rani Ka Vav is a spectacular well in very good condition.
Perhaps the phrase “deep in history” was coined to refer to Bhuj precisely. With connections to a wide range of civilizations from prehistoric times.
According to legend, the Hindu moon god known as Soma built a temple entirely of gold to pay homage to the lord’s glory and compassion and the temple was called Somnath Temple.
There is a saying that goes to Gujarat. “Kutch Nahin dekha to kuchh nahin dekha” means “you haven’t seen anything if you haven’t seen Kutch”.