Gujarat has been on the top of the travellers list since the time when Amitabh Bachchan mentioned these golden words for Gujarat i.e. “Kuch din to gujariye Gujarat mein.”
Gujarat is one of the established states in India and the Prime Minister of the country “Narendra Modi” is a very proud Gujarati. An alcohol free state and one of the safest states is the birth place of Mahatma Gandhi, the father of the India. Being the seventh largest state in India, it offers wide options to explore for tourists from scenic beauty to attractive big lions. This colourful state is a centre of attraction for its kite flying competitions to golf playing country clubs.
If you’re planning a trip to Gujarat and feel little bit confused about what to visit then here is a list of some of the must visit places.
“Rani Ki Vav in Patan” this step well was built by Queen (Rani) of Bhimdeva to preserve ground water. The best time to visit this place is winters as you can enjoy the light & sound shows, cultural events and exhibition at the Rani ki Vav Festival.
Gir National Park in Junagadh is a glittering diamond in the jewels of Gujarat. Lions being the main habitats, this dry deciduous forest is home to more than 300 avian species and is also notable for its silk cotton trees.
Dwarkadhish Temple, five storey temple stands on 72 pillars, has its significant importance among pilgrims. The sandstone platform and walls of the temples are embroidered with sections depicting dancers, musicians, elephants and celestial beings.
White Desert in Great Rann of Kutch is the world’s largest white salt desert. One should visit this place during the Rann Utsav, to enjoy the most, which happens between November and March.
Apart from that there are various other attractions in Gujarat which one should visit like Somnath Temple, Polo Monument, Vijaynagar Forest, Champaner-Pavagadh Archaeological Park, Sabarmati Ashram, Marine National Park, Saputara, Dholavira, Sun Temple, Akshardham Temple and Uparkot Fort.