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Gujarat Tourism


Gujarat is considered as the India's most colourful and culturally rich state popular for its historical monuments and vivid culture. This state boasts of some finest cities, wildlife sanctuaries and tranquil beaches to make this place an ideal for the tourism industry. Tour India, an online wing of Indian Travel Services is a renowned tour operator taking you on the exciting Gujarat tour to explore the most fascinating state of India. Our strategically planned and designed Gujarat travel will leave you with some thrilling activities on the enchanting beaches of Gujarat or with adventurous jeep safari in the Sasangir National Park. We, being a leading travel agency provide you with myriad colors, custom and tradition of Gujarat.

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We offer unique and exciting Gujarat tour, which is hard to explore with other Gujarat travel and tour operators as our tour packages are designed after doing extensive research on the choice of various tourists. Our dedicated service and committed approach towards the tourists has made us the leading travel agency taking you to the exciting tour of Gujarat and other states of India. We find immense pleasure in serving you with best of facilities at the most competitive price. Our experienced and knowledgeable staffs are segregated according to their expertise and knowledge of different state so that we can serve our customers in the most effective manner. Similarly for providing detailed and accurate tour information about Gujarat, we have a specialized team working as Gujarat tour operators.

Tourism in Gujarat

Once visited by few tourists, Gujarat tourism is growing day by day due to some astonishing features making it worldwide renowned. This state is extremely popular for its holy temples, wildlife sanctuaries, immense architectural wealth, beautiful beaches and lovely hill resorts. Tourists on their tour to Gujarat are also fascinated by the handicrafts of Gujarat, mouth watering cuisine and colourful lifestyles. This state has also attain the unique status due to its diverse habitats, like Gir national park is the only habitat for the Asiatic lion, Rann of Kutch is the habitats for most of harboring rare animals and Wetland habitats like Nalsarovar. These highlighting features of this state are attracting tourists from all corner of the world and thus majorly contributing in the success of Gujarat tourism.


In our Gujarat tour you can also explore the magic of one of the busiest city of Ahmedabad, which is also known as 'Manchester of India'. Ahmedabad is a perfect amalgamation of an eventful past, the vibrant present, and a promising future and in your tour to Ahmedabad the must visited tourists attractions include Sabarmati Ashram, Nalsarovar Bird sanctuary, Modhera Sun Temple, Shaking Minarets, Kite Museum, City Museum and various other sites.

Places Of Interest:
Ahmed Shah's Mosque, Balvatika, Teen Darwaza and Bhadra Fort, Daria Khan's Ghummat, Siddi Sayyad's Mosque, Gita Mandir, Swami Narayan Temple, Hathisinh Mandir, Jhulta Minar, Jumma Masjid , Kankaria Lake, Rani Sipri's Mosque and Tomb, Rani Roopmati Mosque, Rauza of Shah Alam, Sabarmati Ashram, Siddhi Sayyad Mosque, Dada Hari Vava.

Adalaj Vav- 19 kms, Lothal- kms, Patan- 113 kms, Nal Sarovar- 71 kms, Sabarmati Gandhi Ashram- 6 kms, Gandhi Nagar- 25 kms, Modhera (Sun Temple)- 106 kms.

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By Air: Ahmedabad is well linked with major cities.
By Rail: Ahmedabad is directly connected to major towns.
By Road: Baroda (Vadodara)- 113 kms, Mt.Abu- 228 kms, Udaipur- 252 kms, Jaipur- 657 kms, Bombay- 545 kms, Delhi- 1076 kms, Gandhinagar- 25 kms, Modhera-110 kms, Nal Sarovar- 71 kms, Lothal- 80 kms.


Rajkot was founded in the year 1610 A.D. by Chief Vibhaji Jadeja & Raju Sandhi. Rajkot was once the capital of the princely state of Saurashtra. Today it is best known as the town where Mahatma Gandhi spent the early years of his life when his father was a Diwan or Prime Minister to the king of Saurashtra. Rajkot is famous for its Bandhani Sarees, mirror-work, patchwork, beadwork and silk embroidery.

Best Season: October to May.

Places Of Interest:
Aji Dam , Mahatma Gandhi's Home (Kaba Gandhino Delo), Lal Pari Lake & Renderda, Sardar Smriti Bhavan, Watson Museums & Jubliee Gardens.

Jadeshwar- 60 kms, Virpur- 64 kms, Bhid Bhanjan- 60 kms, Manas Mandir -14 kms, Gondal- 38 kms, Wankaner- 50 kms.

Reach -
By Air: Rajkot is well connected with Bombay and Kandla.
By Rail: Well connected with major towns.
By Road: Bombay 798- kms, Ahmedabad- 218 kms, Junagadh- 98 kms, Jamnagar- 86 kms, Dwarka- 238 kms, Porbandar- 178 kms, Bhavnagar- 165 kms, Sasangir- 155 kms.


Founded in 1540 A.D. Jamnagar, also known as the 'Jewel of Kathiawad', is a coastal town about 300 kms west of Ahmedabad and 92 kms from Rajkot. Present day Jamnagar is a charming blend of the old and the new with its ancient monuments and broad streets, imposing facades, and squares which make it one of the most beautiful cities in the Saurashtra peninsula. Jamnagar is renowned for its silk, gold embroidery, silver ware, Bandhani (tie-and-dye) fabrics that are renowned the world over.

Places Of Interest:
Solarium, Lakhota Fort and Kotha Bastion, Rozi and Bedi Ports.

Reach -
By Air: Jamnagar is well connected with Bombay and Bhuj.
By Rail: Jamnagar is well connected all major towns.
By Road: Palitana- 246 kms, Rajkot- 86 kms, Ahmedabad- 304 kms, Somnath- 257 kms, Dwarka-148 kms.


The sacred town of Dwarka, one of the main centers of the Krishna legend, 145 Kms. from Jamnagar, sits on the western most tip of the Gujarat peninsula, a sentinel over looking the Arabian Sea. Archaeological excavations show that present day Dwarka is the 6th city on this site, the earlier five having been submerged in the sea. The inner sanctum of the main Dwarkadhish Temple-known as the Nij Mandir - dates back 2,500 years. Legend has it Lord Krishna left Mathura and settled in the Western part of India with his Yadava clan and built a golden city and named it Dwarika. Dwarkanath, the main temple here, is dedicated to Krishna.

Best Season: November to March.

Places Of Interest:
Dwarkadish Temple, Bhadkeshwar Temple, Rukmani Temple, Sunset Point, Shri Jagatguru Shankaracharya Math, Ved Havan, Light House, Shardapith Math Museum.

Bet Dwarka (2 kms from Okha. Ferry Service from Okha Port), Vasai- 12 kms, Pindhara- 72 kms, Harshad Mata Temple- 58 kms, Nageshwar- 16 kms, Shri Vallabhacharya 's Baithak, Okha- 32 kms.

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By Air: Nearest airport is Jamnagar-148 kms.
By Rail: Well connected with all major cities.
By Rail: Well connected with all major cities.


Porbander is Saurashtra's end - a picturesque seaport on the Arabian Sea. It is situated 395 Kms from Ahmedabad. It is also known as "White City" because of its white stone construction. It is the birthplace of Mahatma Gandhi. Porbander has a pleasant beach with beach villas. Its ancient maritime activities - trade with Arabia, Africa and Persia have given way to a thriving industry of cement and chemical units.

Best Season:
November to March.

Harshad Mata Temple- 38.6 kms, Madhapur Temple- 64.3 kms, Mul-Dwarka- 28.8 kms.

Places Of Interest:
Arya Kanya Gurukul, Bharat Mandir, Kirti Mandir, Sudama Mandir, and Planetarium.

Reach -
By Air: Nearest airport is Rajkot.
By Rail: Porbandar is well connected to major towns.
By Road: Ahmedabad- 394 kms, Bhavnagar- 300 kms, Junagadh-107 kms, Rajkot-178 kms, Somnath- 118 kms.

Somnath Veraval

Somnath is about 5kms from Veraval. It is believed that the Somnath temple here was originally built by Somraj, the Moon God himself, out of gold, and then rebuilt by Ravana in silver and then by Krishna in Wood, then by Bhimdev in stone. The shore temple of Somnath was believed to have been built in 4 phases-in gold by Lord Soma, in silver by Ravana, in wood by lord Krishna and in stone by Bhimdev. Somnath is one of the 12 jyotirlingas of lord Shiva. Somnath is also known as Prabhas Patan.

Best Season: November to March.

Places Of Interest:
Somnath Temple, Triveni Ghat, Ahilyabai Temple, Junagadh Gate, Bhalka Tirth, Dehotsarga, Manipur Masjid, Museum.

Chorwad- 26 kms, Sasan Gir- 43 kms.

Reach -
By Air: Nearest airport Keshod- 55 km.
By Rail: Nearest railhead is Veraval.
By Road: Somnath to Veraval- 7 kms,Bombay- 889 kms, Ahmedabad- 400 kms, Bhavnagar- 266 kms, Junagadh- 85 kms, Porbandar- 122 kms.

Sasan Gir

Sasan Gir Lion Sanctuary, which lies on the southwestern fringes of the Saurashtra Peninsula (west-central India), is the last home of some 300 Asiatic lions. It was created in 1913 to protect the largest surviving groups of the Asiatic lions. It was given a sanctuary status in 1965. The vegetation in the area consists of teak with a mixture of deciduous trees, including sal (Shorea), dhak (Butea frondosa), and thorn forests. A few springs also exist, but their flow is rather eccentric depending upon the season. Gir Forest is today the only place in the world outside Africa, where the lion can be seen in his natural habitat.

Places Of Interest:
Nalsarovar Lake and Sanctuary, Tulsi Shyam Springs and Krishna Temple.

Reach -
By Air: Nearest airport Keshod-100 kms.
By Rail: Nearest railhead is Sasan and Junagadh 65kms.
By Road: Ahmedabad- 895 kms, Rajkot 160- kms, Junagadh- 65 kms, Veraval- 43 kms.


Junagarh is situated in the western state of Gujarat at the foothills of the Girnar Hills. The city of Junagarh takes its name from the fort that encloses the old city. Junagarh was an important trade center as testified by the Ashokan edicts dating from 250 BC. The present-day city has many archeological sites and historical monuments that reflect the rich history of the place.

Best Season: October to April.

Places Of Interest:
Ashoka's Edicts, Uparkot Fort, Shrine of Narsi Mehta, Willingdon Dam, Mahabat Maqbara, Damodar Kund, Girnar Hills & Temple, Darbar Hall Museum, Sakkarbag Museum, Sakkarbag Zoo.

Chorwad- 66 kms, Prabhas Patan- 92 kms, Sasangir- 58 kms, Tulsi Shyam Hot Springs- 160 kms.

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By Air: Nearest airport Keshod- 37 km & Rajkot- 99 km.
By Rail: Well connected to Ahmedabad.
By Road: Junagadh to Bombay- 802 kms, Rajkot- 99 kms, Ahmedabad- 315 kms, Keshod- 37 kms, Sasangir- 58 kms, Somnath- 92 kms, Porbandar- 107 kms, Palitana- 213 kms, Jamnagar-184 kms.

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