1. Diu

Diu is a tiny island located in the southern tip of the Saurashtra, Gujarat. It was ruled over by several kings and dynasties before it became Portuguese colony in 1539 and remained so till the year 1961 when it became a union territory along with...

2. Gir National Forest and Wildlife Sanctuary

Gir National Forest also known by its other name Sasan Gir is a wildlife Sanctuary in Gujrat. It is also the habitat of the world's largest surviving group of Asiatic lions. Gir forest is 180 kms away from the main city of Gujrat and is tucked in ...

3. Somnath

In the Shivapurana and the Nandi Upapurana, Lord Shiva is cited as saying, 'I am omnipresent, however, I am particularly in twelve forms and places.' These spots are known as jyotirlingas, and Somnath is the first to be found on the planet. Situat...

4. Junagadh

Junagadh is a city located in the western part of India in the colorful state of Gujrat. With a plethora of historically significant places, this city is one of the best places to visit in India. This place was once the capital of Junagadh Prince...

5. Surat

Surat is the heartbeat of the state of Gujrat and can easily be coined at the textile centre of India. Situated on the banks of Tapi River, this is where all the hustle resides. It’s not only one of the fastest growing cities of cities but it’s al...

6. Porbandar

Among the best the destination goals are Gujarat, Porbandar is a beautiful beach town that has dependably been in the features for its sandy scene and bubbly celebrations. It is a splendid coastal city that lies in the Western Region of the Indian...

7. Silvassa

Silvassa can be easily regarded as a heaven on earth lying in the Western Ghats of India, surrounded by luscious greenery and forests. It is remarkably known for its Portugal heritage which makes it a very famous place amongst the history enthusia...

8. Vikramgad

Vikramgad is one of the biggest towns of Palghar and comprises of 447 towns and 43 panchayats. Its a decent rainstorm get way off from Mumbai - Ahmedabad Highway. It has a nature resort that brags of more than 200 types of trees, blooming plants a...

9. Jawhar

Lying amidst the panoramic exquisiteness of the Western Ghats in Maharashtra, Jawhar is also known a mini Mahabaleshwar is a small town which has stored an abundance of euphoric experiences and colourful backdrops for nature lovers. The small hill...

10. Anand

The Milk capital of India, Anand is one of the most important states of Gujarat. With a different kind of set up, which is semi-urban and semi-rural, it provides a very different kind of experience. A lot of other tourist places are either famous ...

11. Vadodara

If you wish to get awestruck by the most outstanding vanities of architectural design then Vadodara is the place for you. Vadodara sits in the state of Gujarat and is one of the largest cities in the state. Sayaji Rao Gaekwad III a celebrated Mara...

12. Manori

Manori is a beach in Maharashtra which is very popular among solo travelers and backpackers. It has a beach culture close to that of Goa. Manori is a perfect weekend getaway for people from Mumbai and Pune. It is gaining more popularity as a touri...

13. Suryamal

In the range of Thane, there lies an unsung beauty ‘Suryamal’; situated in Mokhada Taluka at the outskirts of the district. At a distance of 85 km from Nashik and 120 km from Mumbai, this village spreads over 15 acres of forest and valley. The wea...

14. Kumaon

Kumaon is a stunning region stretching out from the northern finishes of Uttarakhand up to Tibet. Favoured with copious characteristic excellence, biodiversity, completely clear lakes, and snow-clad mountains, there are various tourist points in K...

15. Saputara

Cuddled in the Sahyadris or the Western Ghats, Saputara is an interesting little hill station in the Dang area of Gujarat. Famous for rich green woodlands, undulating mountains, stunning cascades, marvelous winding streets, irate scenes and a lot ...

16. Dwarka

Ever wondered what it would be like to be in the abode of God? Well, you will know when you visit the sacred city of Dwarka. The aroma of incense sticks, the ringing of the temple bells, the tranquality of the rivers and the very many mytical tale...
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