• Gujrat Travel Guide
  • Gujrat Travel Guide
  • Gujrat Travel Guide

Gujrat Travel Guide

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Located in the west part of India with its borders to Rajasthan, Maharashtra and with some international borders with Pakistan, is the beautiful Indian state. With its coastline of 1600 km, the beautiful state has a lot to explore ranging from wildlife sanctuaries to national parks, beach destinations, pilgrimages, and shrines to prehistoric monuments, vibrant cities, cultural events, fairs, festivals and the great Ran of Kutch to the hills of Saputara. Tourists, especially wildlife tour enthusiasts from across the world come here to view the pure Asiatic lions.

The fast growing industrial segment also makes Gujarat a must see destination that is going to witness the availability of the largest iron statue of Sardar Ballabh Bhai Patel. There is a lot more in the state that will keep you enticed and spell bound and persuade you towards its attractions.

As far as attractions in Gujarat are concerned, they are ranging from natural wonders to prehistoric architectural wonders, contemporary attractions to beaches and shrines. Talking about the architectural wonders, then what can be better option than Majestic Laxmi Vilas Palace (Built By Maharaja Sayajirao Gaekwad III), Baroda.

Cities in Gujarat
Ahmadabad, Baroda, Vadodara, Surat, Kutch, Bhuj, Porbandar, and the list goes on.
Religious Tourism in Gujarat
The beautiful state of Gujarat has been gaining momentum for its religious tourism. It is the home to some of the world-famous shrines and temples like Dwarka, Dakor, Ambaji, Palitana, Mahudi, Shankheswar, Shamlaji, and Shri Swaminarayan Temple. Not forget to mention Somnath, Shamlaji, Bahucharaji, Pavagadh, Kabirvad, Sun Temple, Modhera, Akshardham (Gandhinagar), Shri Swaminarayan Mandir, Swaminarayan Mandir - Bhuj, Narayan Sarovar, Tulsi Shyam, Sattadhar, Lojpur, Junagadh Buddhist Cave Groups and the list goes on.
Wildlife Tourism in Gujarat
When it comes to Gujarat Tourism, it is considered as incomplete without wildlife tourism. The beautiful state is known for habituating for the rarest and large number of flora and Fauna. It is a home to Asiatic lions, wild ass, blackbuck, Chinkara, Monkeys, Nilgai, Dokphines, whale shark, migratory birds like Pelican, storks and the list goes on. Gir National Park, Marine National Park, Gulf of Kutch, Vansda National Park, Nalsarovar Bird Sanctuary, Kutch Bustard Sanctuary and Blackbuck National Park, Velavadar, etc are names a few known for offering the view of natural habitats of wild animals and birds.
How to Reach Gujarat
It is well connected via air, sea, road and rail.