Exploring 3 Marvellous Attractions with Gujarat Tour Packages

The westernmost state of India, Gujarat is often called the land of legends and lions. According to history, prominent cities of the Indus Valley Civilisation are part of this Indian state. People of this place reflect the vibrant and colourful culture, and rich heritage. In addition to this, national parks and wildlife sanctuaries are attractions of Gujarat tour packages. This is the reason that it is the most preferred choice among nature lovers for a weekend getaway or a leisure trip. People, planning a trip to this Indian state can mark the following attractions in their itinerary.

Gir National Park and Wildlife Sanctuary

The Gir National Park and wildlife sanctuary, commonly known as Sasan Gir, is located in the Junagadh district of Gujarat. Established back in the year 1965, it is considered as one of the most important protected areas because of the species that it inhabits. There are few places in the world where Asiatic lions are found, and Gir National Park is one of them. As per the 14th Asiatic Lion Census 2015, the population of these lions has increased by approximately 27 per cent in the previous five years. Currently, there are around 523 lions, including 201 females, 109 males and 213 cubs.

The Great Rann of Kutch

The Great Rann of Kutch is one of the most remarkable places in the country, and a must-see attraction during the Gujarat tour. It is a salt marsh located in the Thar Desert. Rann of Kutch has many moods and aspects that change from sunrise to sunset. The salt crystals shine and dazzle like diamonds under the bright scorching sun. Travellers looking forward to book Gujarat tour packages can plan their trip between the October and March as it is the best time to visit The Great Rann of Kutch.

Akshardham (Gandhinagar)


One of the largest temples in the Indian state of Gujarat is the Swaminarayan Akshardham Temple, located in Gandhinagar. This 108 feet tall is one of the most magnificent buildings in the country, built in the year 1992. As per reports, around 6000 tonnes of stone has been used to make this beautiful temple. Inside the temple, there are five exhibition halls, where audio-visual presentation of various subjects and themes of Hinduism are shown. Vedic architectural principles were kept in mind while it was being made, and this is the reason that no steel or iron has been used anywhere in the temple.

These are some of the most prominent attractions that can be explored during Gujarat tour.


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