Gujarat is the most visited tourist destinations in India. The westernmost state of the country is known for its heritage & rich culture, not to mention its delicious cuisine and its famous Garba dance form. In addition, there are many fascinating things to do in Gujarat.
Safari in the famous Gir National Park
Ranked among the best wildlife sanctuaries in India, Gir National Park is home to Asian lions. Take a jeep safari through the deciduous forest to take a look at this brave species. Other animals that share the territory are Indian foxes, choosing, hyenas, jackals, etc.
Fall in love with the Rann of Kutch
A rare beauty, the Rann of Kutch in Gujarat attracts tons of tourists inside and outside the country. Spread over seven thousand five hundred Sqkm, the place is a mixture of salt & sand and is located between the Thar Desert and the Arabian Sea. If you are looking to visit the Rann of Kutch, then the best time to visit Gujarat is between October and May, since during this time, the locals celebrate the very colorful and famous Rann Utsav.
Admire the Statue of Unity
The one hundred eighty-two m high statue of Unity has been a recent addition to the best places to visit in Gujarat. Standing on the Narmada River, near Sardar Sarovar Dam, the Statue of Unity is a tribute to the visionary leader, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel. Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel largest statue in the world
A city located in the desert area of Kutch, Bhuj is a unique and interesting historical place to visit in Gujarat. The place allows you to explore the remains of the Harappan civilization. Take a walk through the city and witness Prag Mahal and Aina Mahal.
Take a tour of the Ashram of Sabarmati
This place was the home of Mahatma Gandhi for twelve long years. The Ashram is located near the Sabarmati River and is named after it. In 1930, on March 12, Gandhi led the famous Dandi march from the same place. Today, the Ashram houses a museum called Gandhi Smarak Sangrahalaya along with other attractions
Visit the Famous Temples
Gujarat is famous for its religious shrines and the most famous include the Somnath Temple, the Dwarkadhish Temple, and the Akshardham Temple. The Somnath Temple, which is believed to be one of the twelve Jyotirlinga shrines of Shiva, is very important in the hearts of Lord Shiva’s devotees. Pilgrims from far and near swarm the Dwarkadhish Temple throughout the year.
Bird Sanctuary and Nalsarovar Lake
The largest wetland bird sanctuary in the state of Gujarat, Nalsarovar expands over an area of 121 square km. The place will surely surprise you with its rich number of species of Avifaunal, it is estimated that more than 200 of them! The bird sanctuary also houses migratory birds from Siberia. The lake is a representative of the link between the Gulf of Khambat and Little Rann.