Gujarat Travel Guide

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Things To Do In Gujarat


Gir National park being situated in Junagarh district is the only natural habitat on earth to watch Asiatic lions. It is considered as the best place for spotting wildlife tourism. It allures hundreds of travelers from all corners of India. It is heaven for birdwatchers and along with 300 unique Asiatic lions, Gir national park is also home to 250 leopards and various other carnivores like hyena, jackal and wild cat. Here jungle safaris are usually organized during the dawn or dusk allowing travelers to spot numerous exotic beasts and the wilderness. Travelers and wildlife lovers explore Gir year round to explore Gir’s bountiful wildlife. If you are a wildlife lover and wish to experience the sight of this rare species then this is the place for you. Explore Gir National Park with our Gujarat tour packages

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Sabarmati Ashram which is also known as Satyagrah Ashram is situated at the banks of Sabarmati River. At present Sabarmati Ashram is associated with number of exercises that saves the historical backdrop of Gandhiji and freedom struggle. This ashram was built on 25th May 1915 in Ahmedabad. The ashram comprises of eight huge shading oil-paintings and exhibition area showcasing the story of Gandhiji’s life ‘My life is my message’ and ‘Gandhiji in Ahmedabad. The Ashram is also known as Harijan Ashram because its purpose was to carry on the truth and the other was to create a non-violent group of workers who helped Gandhiji to secure freedom for the country. It is a great place with huge amount of historical importance and even today you will find “Charkha” (a yarn”) through which Gandhiji used to make Khaadi clothes. Witness this place full of peace and historical importance with our Gujarat tours.

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Rani Ki Vav being situated on the banks of river Saraswati River was initially built as a memorial to a king in the 11the century A.D. Stepwell is a unique form of subterranean water resource and storage system on the Indian subcontinent, and has been constructed since the 3rd millennium B.C. It is divided into 7 levels of stairs of high artistic quality. This magnificent stepwell is designed as an inverted temple and it is adorned with 1500 sculptures.Explore this UNESCO World Heritage Site with our Gujarat holiday tour packages. It is a masterpiece of architecture, construction and adornment. The sculptures represent religious, mythological and secular images. The theme of the images is around 10 incarnations of Vishnu.

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Dholavira and Lothal are the two main and important excavated sites in Indus Valley civilization in India. These sites dates back to 4500 BC and the excavations indicate that there were 7 stages of settlements of the civilization that were built over the passage of time. These sites are usually known as Indus valley Civilization and Harappan Civilization that are spread around the Indus River in Pakistan and in Northern as well as Western parts of India.

The great brick work tells a story of advanced and unique ancient culture that harvested rain water and built proper plumbing and drainage system. But the first among major post independence discoveries in 1950s was Lothal in Gujarat approximately an hour drive south of Ahmedabad. Explore these ancient heritage sites on your trip to Gujarat

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Saputara is situated in the Sahyadri or Western Ghats in Dang district of Gujarat. It is well-known for its lush green forests, dazzling waterfalls, beautiful landscapes and much more. The cable car ride is well suited for the physically challenged as well as elderly. It starts from sunset point and carry tourists up to the Governor’s hill and sunrise point.