10 great places to visit in Gujarat

10 great places to visit in Gujarat

Gujarat is an incredible place and an amazing tourist destination. The sights are out of imagination with a diversity which is unimaginable at any other destination. Wildlife, heritage, hills, honeymoon sites, religious sites, pilgrimage, you name it and it is there. Book cab for outstation and get ready to feel the ultimate thrill. Here is the list of Top 10 sites worth exploring during Gujarat trip.

Rann of Kutch: Probably the most beautiful place in Gujarat. You see a captivating cocktail of the endless Thar Desert and the colossal Arabian Sea, a hypnotic wonder of sand and sea. Rann Mahotsav is the best time to visit with Rann of Kutch coming alive with musical and cultural shows, ethnic dances, sumptuous food, camel safari and other artistry.

Somnath Temple: Lying on the shores of the Arabian Sea, the temple is a thing of great respect which is one of the most sacred of the 12 Jyotir Lingams of Lord Shiva. It has been destroyed and rebuilt numerous times.

Gir: This is the only natural habitat of the Asiatic Lions and truly one of the best places to visit in Gujarat.

Home to a variety of rare animals, such as black bucks, fish owls, and many more. It is the only national park in India that has a community living inside its boundaries in total harmony with each other.

Dwarka: It is a highly revered ‘Char Dham’ Hindu pilgrimages which is considered to be the ancient kingdom of Lord Krishna. Situated near River Gomti on the Arabian Sea, it is a beautiful pilgrimage site for devotees from all over the world. The beach alongside the stunning temple is a visual feast. Catch a glimpse of sea urchins, sea turtles, octopuses, and starfish.

Saputara: Sprawled charmingly on a thickly forested plateau, Sapatura is a beautiful hill-station in Gujarat. Monsoons can be the best time to visit as the mist rises out of the lake and covers the region.

Ahmedabad: The largest city in Gujarat with various attractions like the Akshardham Temple Complex, Sabarmati Ashram and Kankaria Lake. Delicious Gujarati meal including Khakhra, Fafda and Dhokla is the signature of this place.

Laxmi Vilas Palace, Vadodara: A huge palace that houses several beautiful buildings like the Maharaja Fateh Singh Museum and the Moti Baug Palace. Sheer lavishness of the place is a thing worth praise.

Rani ki Vav, Patan: A UNESCO World Heritage Site that was built by a queen Udayamati in memory of her king Bhimdev I. Stairs take you down seven levels and it is home to over 1500 sculptures. It has been discovered fairly recently and now it is a popular tourist spot.

Bhuj: The amazing city is famed for being home to great monuments like the Cenotaphs Complex, the Prag Mahal and the Aina Mahal Palace, a marvelous design with the interiors covered in mirrors.

Lothal: It is one of the most important sites of the Indus Valley Civilization which has been preserved very well. A small museum here is home to relics like cooking utensils, apparels, jewelry, gemstones and scrolls.

Now, what are you waiting for? Book cab for outstation and visit Gujarat to refresh your mind and soul. Happy Journey!


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