Gujarat Tourism

Country: India | State: Gujarat

Top Places to Visit: Ahmedabad, Gandhinagar, Jamnagar, Junagadh, Dwarka, Rajkot, Kutch, Surat, Vadodara, Somnath

Ideal Trip Duration: 3-5 Full Days

Top Attraction : Shri Swami Narayan, Somnath Temple, Sabarmati Ashram, Shree Dwarkadhish Temple, Gir National Park, Rann Of Kutch

Best Time to Visit : October & February

Peak Season: December to January

Gujarat

Overview

Apart from the beautiful scenery and mouth-watering cuisine, Gujarat is home to many architectural marvels, and is renowned for its vibrant culture and rich heritage. Offering a wide range of the most spectacular attractions, Gujarat presents a perfect blend of art, history, music and culture, also known as 'The Land of Legends.

The largest white desert in the world, India's longest coastline, shore temples, Asian lion habitat, countries first marine national park, ancient Buddhist caves, more than 4,000-year-old Harappan citadels, and handicrafts and hand-held trail. Gujarat has all the reasons to be on the bucket list of travelers on this planet. Culture, heritage and nature merge to form the western Indian, the Gujarat, the home of nature and history. Gujarat borders Pakistan on the northwest, the Arab Sea on the southwest, Rajasthan on the north, Maharashtra on the south, Madhya Pradesh on the east; Gujarat is India's seventh largest state by population. The state is an electrical mixture of various cultures and customs, displaying the true Indian customs. Gujarat is an enchanting center of India, from heritage tourism in the form of forts, stepwells, mansions to eco-tourism places like waterfalls, deserts, jungles. Gujarat is just as rich in stirring symbolism as it is in attractions.

The legendary Bollywood actor Amitabh Bachchan says, "Kuch din tau guzaariye Gujarat mein . Well, if one tells the truth, that very well sums up Gujarat's beauty. Though Surat, Ahmedabad and Vadodra happen to be Gujarat's busiest towns, Kutch still happens to be Gujarat's largest district. From the beautiful beaches of Diu to the historic jewels of Lothal and Porbandar, Asian lions and Blackbucks in the Saurashtra area and the beautiful temples of Vadodara, Gujarat is indeed your family's best holiday getaway accredited to the right blend of culture, nature, architecture, wildlife, history and religion.

This culturally rich state creates a totally different atmosphere during the time of the festivity that is not worth a miss. Whether it's the Dandiya raas seen often during the Navratri festival or Gujarat's traditional folk dance, Garba, once you see the locals dancing in Gujarat, you can't just contain yourself. During the Navratri festival, which usually falls in September or October, the best time to schedule a visit to Gujarat.

Best time to Visit Gujarat

During the winter season, that is between October and February, the best time to visit Gujarat is. Since it is a dry region and experiences high temperatures and humidity; visiting the monsoon state (July to September) may also be a good idea, especially in those regions that receive less or no rainfall. During summers, i.e. between March and June, the temperature rises high, making it difficult for travelers to explore most of the attractions, but there are places worth visiting, such as the Saputara Hill Station and the natural reserves, which provide some relief in the heat of the burn.

How to Reach Gujarat

Gujarat's colorful city can be reached by any means of transportation-highways, railways, airways and by sea. Every road, railway station, bus stop, and airport is well maintained by the ministry of Gujarat for the convenience of the visitors and locals. See below for how to reach for an awesome holiday in Gujarat by road , rail and airways.

By Road - Gujarat's colorful city can be reached by any means of transportation-highways, railways, airways and by sea. Every road, railway station, bus stop, and airport is well maintained by the ministry of Gujarat for the convenience of the visitors and locals. See below for how to reach for an awesome holiday in Gujarat by road , rail and airways.

By Train - Gujarat's colorful city can be reached by any means of transportation-highways, railways, airways and by sea. Every road, railway station, bus stop, and airport is well maintained by the ministry of Gujarat for the convenience of the visitors and locals. See below for how to reach for an awesome holiday in Gujarat by road , rail and airways.

By Air - Gujarat is well connected to national and international airlines, to all of India's major states and abroad. Nearly every company of airways has its operating system from Gujarat. Surat, Bhavnagar, Junagarh, Vadodara, Keshod, Kandla, Rajkot and Bhuj are the primary stationing places for domestic airports. Ahmedabad is the only International Airport. The Civil Aviation Board of Gujarat (GUJCAB) is responsible for the development of the air infrastructure.

Gujarat Tour Packages

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Gujarat Top Places

Ahmedabad

Dwarka

Somnath

Gandhinagar

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Top Tourist Attractions in Gujarat

Shri Swami Narayan

Somnath Temple

Sabarmati Ashram

Gir National Park

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