A must visit place

  • Nature Admirers
  • Adventurers

Of Mahatma Gandhi’s Ashram, stunning Jain temples, warm Gujarati hospitality, Gir lions and delicious vegetarian food; the lingering Gujarat Ki Khushboo will surely transport you in a different world altogether.

"Kuch din tau guzaariye Gujarat mein" rightly summed up by the legendary Bollywood actor Amitabh Bachchan in the recent Gujarat Tourism adverts has all that it takes to lure the modern-day traveler to this beautiful state. Boasting of the longest coastline, stretching over 1600 kilometers, Gujarat is located on the west of India and has a topographical landscape. While Ahmedabad, Vadodra and Surat are considered the busiest cities, Kutch is the largest district in Gujarat. From the serene beaches of Diu, beautiful temples in Vadodra, historical gems in Porbandar and Lothal, Asiatic lions and Blackbucks in the Saurashtra region; Gujarat packs a perfect vacation for your family, with the right blend of history, art, religion, wildlife and nature.

Gujarat is a culturally rich state, something which can be witnessed especially during festival time. Be it the traditional Garba which will certainly get your feet tapping, or the Dandiya Raas which is seen mostly during the Navratri period (a popular 10-day Indian festival). While you’re there don’t forget to shop for ethnic Ghagra choli (with unique mirror-work) from the local bazaars in Ahmedabad and other cities.

More than 80 percent of Gujaratis are vegetarian, but the gastronomical delights of this state will ensure you keep asking for more. Slightly on the sweeter side, food in Gujarat is truly unique. So much so that some Gujarati snacks such as Thepla, Khakra, Chakri, Patra and Fafda. have made a place for themselves in kitchens across India. So come and discover this magical and beautiful state called Gujarat!

Destinations to visit

  • Ahmedabad


    Boasting of a rich history with a blend of modern charm, the land of Gandhi – Ahmedabad – welcomes you! ...

    Monuments Religious Lakes and Waterfalls
  • Daman


    Home to beaches lined with palm trees and casuarina groves, forts and churches, drinks and prawns; this Portuguese town will certainly interest those who prefer taking the road less travelled! ...

  • Gandhinagar


    Perched on the banks of the Sabarmati River and with its wide tree lined avenues and lush green surroundings, say hello to Gandhinagar! ...

    Religious Cultural
  • Saputara


    The misty air, the stunning waterfalls and the gorgeous sunset views; indeed Saputara paints a beautiful picture for all those travellers who look forward for a breath of fresh air, away from the arid city life. ...

    Nature Cultural