The state of Gujarat is filled with popular tourist attractions. Here is a list of some of them...
It is the world's tallest statue, designed to honor India's "Iron Man," Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel. It has five zones, a memorial garden, museum, viewing gallery, & exhibition area.
This sanctuary is one of India's most important national parks for protecting Asiatic Lions. Aside from lions, it is also home to a variety of other plant & animal species.
Also known as the Queen's Stepwell, its the largest stepwell in India located on the banks of the Saraswati River. It is the only stepwell to be declared a UNESCO World Heritage site.
It is a historically rich city that is said to be the capital of Lord Krishna's dominion. Dwarka situated on the Western coast of Gujarat is also a popular pilgrimage destination.
It is one of the world's biggest salt deserts famous for its white salty desert sand. This enormous and arid expanse is located at the top of the Kutch district in Gujarat.
This is one of India’s oldest temples located on Gujarat's western coast & is situated on the historic Triveni Sangam. It has the prime & initial Jyotirlinga shrines of Lord Shiva.
Lothal is well-known for the discovery of multiple Indus Valley Civilization sites. It lies in the Saurashtra area between the Sabarmati & its tributary Bhogavo rivers.
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