33 destinations you should visit in Gujarat

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33 destinations to explore in Gujarat

The Gujarati-speaking people of India are indigenous to the state. The economy of Gujarat is the fifth-largest state economy in India with ₹13.14 lakh crore (US$190 billion) in GDP and a per capita GDP of ₹174,000 (US$2,500).

Ahmedabad16 attractions

This is the central part of the Gujarat state and It is the seventh most populous district in India.

Amreli3 attractions

Amreli District is named after the city name Amreli, which is the district headquarter. Amreli is a confluence of vast sea coast having different types of marine biodiversity and gir forest area having the roars of gir lions, which are available nowhere in the world.

Anand2 attractions

Anand is known as the Milk Capital of India. It became famous for Amul dairy and its milk revolution.

Aravalli3 attractions

The district has been named for the Aravalli Hills that run across Gujarat and Rajasthan.

Banaskantha5 attractions

Geographically Banaskantha shares its borders with Rajasthan state in the North, Sabarkantha district in East, Kutch district in West and Patan district and Mehsana district in the South. Banaskantha is the largest producer of vegetables in Gujarat.

Bharuch3 attractions

Bharuch in India is a district in the southern part of the Gujarat peninsula on the west coast of Gujarat.

Bhavnagar5 attractions

Bhavnagar borders with Ahmedabad District to the northeast, Botad District to the northwest, the Gulf of Cambay to the east and south and Amreli District to the west.

Botad2 attractions

This district is surrounded by Bhavnagar District to the southeast, Surendranagar District to the north and northwest, Amreli District to the southwest, Ahmedabad District to the northeast and Rajkot District to the west.

Chhota Udaipur1 attractions

Chhotaudepur is the third tribal-dominated district in eastern Gujarat after the Narmada and Tapi districts. The Rathwa tribals who live here produce the Pithora mural paintings by mixing colors with liquor and milk and then using it to depict intricate motifs and scenes on the walls of their village dwelling.

Dang4 attractions

The District is a part of the Eastern Hilly Region . In common parlance, the word 'dang' means a hilly village. The main language spoken in this district is Konkani and 98% of the population belongs to one of the scheduled tribes.

Devbhoomi Dwarka7 attractions

This is a distict in the state of Gujarat. This district was created by dividing Jamnagar district into two.

Gandhinagar6 attractions

Gandhinagar city is a well planned city like Chandigarh. It had a literacy rate of 76.5% in 2001 which rose by an impressive 10 percentage points in 10 years to literacy rate of 85.78% in 2011.

Gir Somnath2 attractions

Gir Somnath District is located in the Saurashtra region of Gujarat and surrounded by the Arabian sea to its south. Gir Somnath is very famous for itsTemples, and Gir wildlife sanctuary, only abode to Asiatic lion.

Jamnagar6 attractions

Jamnagar was founded by in 1540 A.D. as the capital of the Princely State of Nawanagar. Jamnagar, historically known as Nawanagar (the new town), was one of the most important princely states of the Jadeja’s in the region of Saurashtra. According to Pauranik literature, Lord Krishna established his kingdom at Dwarka town in Jamnagar district, after migrating from Mathura and accordingly, it is to the Yadava race that the Jams of Nawanagar trace their ancestry.

Junagadh7 attractions

Junagadh is situated at the foot of Mount Girnar. Junagadh has the Arabian sea to its southwest, Porbandar to its north and Amreli to its east

Kheda3 attractions

Kheda is one among the oldest distrcits in Gujarat. Historically important district.

Kutch14 attractions

this district got its name due to its Geographical Characteristics and due to its turtle-like shape. This is an historically important district.

Mahisagar2 attractions

The Mahisagar district in Gujarat observes its name from holy river Mahisagar. Paleontologists stumbled upon dinosaur bones and fossils during a regular geological survey of Balasinor, later identified as Rajasaurus narmadensis. It was the first dinosaur fossil discovery in India.

Mehsana5 attractions

Mehsana district borders with Banaskantha district in the north, Patan and Surendranagar districts in west, Gandhinagar and Ahmedabad districts in south and Sabarkantha district in the east.

Morbi3 attractions

The district is named after Morbi city. The name of the city of Morbi (literally meaning the city of peacocks) was probably derived from the King of Bhuj.

Map of destinations in Gujarat