Ravi Santhalia | Trip To Gujarat
I am Ravi Santhalia and i love to travel in india because I have learned to appreciate the simple things in life.The beauty of India lies in the spontaneous, un-manicured experiences you get while travelling.
The western Indian state of Gujarat is one of the subcontinent’s best-kept secrets. Bordered by Rajasthan to its northeast and Maharashtra and the metropolis of Mumbai to the south, Gujarat is often overlooked as a tourist destination, even by the keenest of Indophiles.
The Best Places To Visit In Gujarat
1 The Rann of Kutch
The most celebrated place to visit in Gujarat, the Rann of Kutch is located between the Great Thar Desert and the Arabian Sea. Composed of salt and sand, the desert has a luminescent quality that most other deserts don’t – check it out on full moon nights, when the sand seems to sparkle like a diamond. Visiting the desert on full moon nights has become a popular thing to do in Gujarat, since cultural programmes are held during the tourist season. Siberian flamingos visit here during winter.
Saputara is the only hill station in Gujarat, and it a good retreat for the hot summer that the State faces. It has a huge lake around it, and the monsoon season sees a heavy mist rising out of the lake and enveloping the region like in a dream.
3 Lothal Archaeological Site
Gujarat has some of the most astounding archaeological sites in the world, dating back to the Indus Valley Civilisation. If you are interested in history,
Credited with being the residence of Lord Krishna, Dwarka is today one of the Char Dham pilgrimage sites and a holy ground for Hindus. In the olden days.
Junagarh is a historically important city abounding in many monuments that you will love to explore. It is close to the Gir National Park, and is one of the most important places to visit in Gujarat.