Ten Best places to visit in Gujarat

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Kuch din to gujariye Gujarat mein”


1.Rann of kutch
This is the most mesmerizing place I have ever seen anywhere else nestled between endless Thar desert and mighty Arabian Sea having a unique combination of sand and salt. It is said that on full moon night, this shines like a diamond with a serene calmness all around.We have rented the cottage nearby Rann during the winter cultural festival of Rann of Kutch, equipped with all basic eminities showcasing the village culture in a miniature form.Best time to visit Gujarat is during winters, when the cultural fest called ‘Rann Mahotsav‘ is flaunting with live music, dance, Camel ride, Kutch’s art and craft and much more.So this one is the must to visit place.

2.Dwarka
Amongest the Chaar Dhaam, Dwarka is the main Hindu pilgrimage destinations in India which is famous for Lord Krishna’s sacred city that fills the surroundings with a bliss all around.

Bet Dwarka is the place where we are taken by the boats across the waves in the middle of the sea having temples. Renowned Dwarkadhish Temple is the five story building with intricate designing and a famous Hindu’s tourist place with a beautiful sea side view.


3.Diu
Diu , a small island having beaches, cool breezy air all the year around and has the popular tourists attractions like Nagoa Beach, Diu Fort reflecting the Portuguese culture. The beaches are superclean and offers nostalgic views.


4.Gir National Park
The only Natural habitat of Asiatic lions is Gir National Park Where you can watch other wild animals like Hyenas, black bucks, fish owls and all that too in a complete harmony with each other. Watching them face to face is truly a lifetime experience although that depends on your good luck times too.


5.Somnath Temple
One of the most sacred places dedicated to Lord Shiva and considered as one of the twelve Jyotirlings, with a beautiful infrastructure is having intricate designing.https://amzn.to/331nCJJ


6.Rani Ki Vav
This place is still in our bucket list to visit. The main highlight of the stepwell are its walls that are profusely ornamented with metaphorical motifs and showcases representations of various God and Goddess.


7.Marine National Park, Jamnagar
In this long coastline, there is a tiny reserve known as Marine National Park, which is one of its kinds in India, on the Gulf of Kutch. It’s the only place in India where we can easily find the coral reefs of different shapes and sizes without diving in the water.

8.Laxmi Vilas Palace
Laxmi Vilas Palace is indeed one of the grandest structures in India, that is situated in Vadodara of Gujarat and the palace is believed to be nearly four times the size of Buckingham Palace.https://amzn.to/35503l0


9.Saputara Hill Station in Gujarat
If you think Gujarat is just about forts, palaces, temples but surprisingly it is also having a hill station within its vicinity, Saputara. Tucked in the Sahyadri hills amidst the dense forest, Saputara is an uber cool retreat that offers people of Gujarat respite from its humid weather.

10.Sabarmati Ashram in Ahemdabad
Sabarmati Ashram is located in the largest city of Gujarat, Ahmedabad that adjoins the Ashram Road, on the banks of the River Sabarmati and was one of the main residents of Mahatma Gandhi. GandhiNagar has famous Akshar Dham temple complex.


And last but not the least ,The statue of Unity, we already discussed in our last post is making Gujarat outshine.

Cultural festivals and street foods of Gujarat
If you visit to plan in winters, then International Kite festival , the must to watch when the sky is overloaded with the brilliant picturesque view of varieties of kites all around. On Makar Sakaranti, there is a unique kite festival having celebrated all across Gujarat with a huge favor. Also visit for more interesting information http://Indiastravelling.com


By the way you can’t miss anyway, if you are in Gujarat are Khakhra, Thepla, Fafda, Gathiya with fried green chillies are their famous street foods.

Definitely, never to miss if you are in Gujarat during Navratri, Garbha and Dandiya are the famous traditional dances of Gujarat full of enthusiasm and blissful vibes all around.https://wordpress.com/alp/?aff=34307&cid=3608721


The famous cities of Gujarat includes Ahemdabad, Surat, Vadodara, Rajkot. As we spent a long tenure in Rajkot, we really miss the 9th most cleanest city of India and also the 29th fastest growing cities all over the world.

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