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Cantered on the western coast of the country, Gujarat is one of India’s most prosperous
coastal states, wealthy in crafts, heritage and beautiful landscape. Gujarat with the longest
coastline (1290 km) in the nation is acclaimed for its ancient monuments, scenic beaches and
historical places full of vast heritage riches, wildlife sanctuaries and hill resorts. Offering a
broad variety of the most breath-taking destinations, Gujarat, also known as the Land of
Legends, provides the perfect blend of architecture, history, music and culture and should not
be missed by any tourist travelling towards the western coast.
Tourist places in Gujarat
There are so many reasons for visiting Gujarat, the coastal state in west India. The home to the Asian Lion, seen at Gir National Park in all their glory. It’s decorated with temples, mosques and other historic landmarks that carry you backwards in time and shine a light on its glorious heritage, with a heritage going back thousands of years. Gujarat also harbors many beautiful landscapes, such as the Rann of Kutch, the world’s largest salt desert.
If the images of the past leave you entranced, wait until you see Gujarat’s wildlife. The Asian Lion’s roar rings through your ears whereas the feisty Blackbuck’s sight is a sheer delight. If you haven’t visited Gujarat yet, you are missing out on an amazing adventure.
Best Time to Visit Gujarat
The months between October and February are the best time to visit Gujarat. Since it is a dry territory and observes extreme temperatures and humidity; visiting Gujarat during monsoon (July to September) may also be a smart option, particularly in those regions that receive little or no rainfall. During summers, i.e. between March and June, the mercury soars, making it very difficult for tourists to explore most of the landmarks, but there are places worth visiting, such as the Saputara Hill Station and the natural reserves, which provide some relief in the soaring heat.
How to Reach Gujarat
Airplane accessibility in Gujarat is not a concern because the state boasts the highest number of domestic airports in the whole country. In total there are 17 airports here, operating international flights from the Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport. The rest offer connectivity to all of the country’s major cities.
If you’re wondering how to get to Gujarat by rail, then you’d be pleased to find out there are many choices. The entire state is well connected to the rest of the country through railways, and internal rail connections are also available even when going to Gujarat’s innermost parts such as Kutch or Saurasthra.
The Gujarat is well connected to many locations throughout the country thanks to some of the world’s best maintained highways. Indeed, some of these roads are big 2-lane or 4-lane highways that are a complete pleasure to drive on. You can hire a taxi to take you to Gujarat, or acquire a bus ticket, depending on where you’re coming from. From air-conditioned super luxurious private buses with a bathroom on board to state-run buses that are essentially functional, the choice is yours to make based on your needs and budget.
7# Most popular Tourist places in Gujarat to Visit
Ahmedabad is a city where modernity and heritage prevail together. Ahmedabad is home to numerous educational institutions, high rises, and multiplexes. There are spectacular buildings, a number of fine dining restaurants, malls and all material luxuries in this buzzing region. Ahmedabad is an excellent example of how a city can still preserve every bit of its old-world charm while still progressing rapidly on the path of internationalization.
Gir National Park is India's most prominent sanctuaries during your wildlife tour as it is the royal realm of Asian lions, and arguably the only place on earth besides Africa where these mighty beasts roam freely. Gir gives you the wonderful experience of going to a place that plays a significant and defining interest in safeguarding and conserving a certain species in an almost singular way. The Nawab of Junagadh pursued the preservation of these lions when these were just about to enter the extinction phase due to illegal hunting.
Somnath,literally referring to the 'king of the moon,' is a place of devotion and is host to one of the 12 Jyotirlingas. This is a town that receives much of its identity from the local folklore, religion and legends. Somnath is predominantly a temple town, where a strong fragrance of religious belief and legends lingers around tourism and even everyday life. The overwhelming amount of temples in the city ornament its spiritual setting, but Somnath also offers beaches, museums, and other attractions.
4. Rann Of Kutch
The Great Rann of Kutch, a large salt marshland region, is stationed in Kutch District, Gujarat, India's western state. The huge expanse lies in the Thar Desert and made of salt marshes. Having explored the area, sunsets at the Great Rann of Kutch are a joy for the eyes.
Krishna’s home, a land of ancient buildings and beautiful beaches, Dwarka will impress you with everything they have to offer. Considered one of the four holiest cities in Hindu mythology (char dham), Dwarka is steeped in both spirituality and history. Its historical importance is illustrated by the fact that it was selected as one of the 12 cultural cities to be built by ASI as part of its heritage creation scheme. The town welcomes thousands of tourists throughout the year for this reason and permeates with religious sanctification.
In this West Indian state, there is one coastal city that, along with touting a sublime destination for beach lovers, is also proud to be home to Father of the Country, Mahatma Gandhi, and the embodiment of friendship, Sudama (Friend of Lord Krishna). Therefore, It is often said that there is something extremely special in this wonderful tourist destination.
7. Statue of Unity
The Statue of Unity is a majestic statue of Indian political leader and India's Ironman Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Encircled by an artificial lake of 12 km the complex of the park extends over 20,000 square meters. The bronze statue of the Republic of India's revolutionary father stands 182 m tall, grabbing the world's attention as the 'tallest statue in the world.'
3 Most Popular Gujarat Tour packages
2 Nights /3 days Statue of Unity
In the Statue of Unity tour package, you would visit the best part of the Sardar Sarovar Dam, The Statue of Unity, Narmada Tent City Tour, and the typical outlying areas. The Narmada Tent City has three exciting accommodation options to match all forms of tourist requirements-Luxury Tents, Deluxe Tents and Basic Tents, well fitted with modern luxuries. Discover the majestic Statue of Unity with Refresh Holidays exclusive package. For an incredible experience of this popular destination, book our package without giving it a second thought.
2 Nights /3 days Kutch Rann Utsav
Refresh Holidays brings you a 3 Day Rann Utsav Tour Package for a mesmerizing vacation in Gujarat’s White Desert. This budget package in the lovely city includes transfers to the airport or station, affordable rooms, all sharing transfers, routine breakfast, and also takes you to the most popular tourist attractions in Kutch and nearby areas.
6 Nights /7 days Best of Gujarat Package
Visit Somnath, Dwarka, Gir.
Tour packages in Gujarat give an opportunity to follow the tradition of the exotic culture. Tourists can't miss cherishing Gujarat’s remarkable cuisine. In Porbandar, wildlife enthusiasts will visit the Barda Hills Wildlife Sanctuary. One can spot various flora and fauna here. The other attractions included in the Gujarat tour packages are a visit to the holy places of the famous Gir National Park, Somnath and Dwarka.