Here are the top 40 tourist places in Gujarat:

43. Thol Bird Sanctuary

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Places to visit in Gujarat

Thol Bird Sanctuary is an ecologically rich bird reserve located on Thol lake in the Mehsana district of Gujarat. It is nestled amidst dense deciduous vegetation and is one of the most popular places for bird-viewing in the state. The sanctuary welcomes vast varieties of endemic as well as migratory...

FAQs on Gujarat

What is not so good about Gujarat?

It has now become commercialised and sees a large number of tourists in peak season. Alcohol and non-vegetarian food are banned in this state which may discourage some visitors.

How much does a package cost for Gujarat?

The packages for Gujarat start at INR 5000 which can be further customized based on number of people, days, hotel category, vehicle type and customizations. You can have a look at all packages here

What are the top places to visit in Gujarat?

The top things to do in Gujarat are Ahmedabad, Kutch, Gir national park, Somnath, Vadodara, Dwarka. You can see all the places to visit in Gujarat here

Who should visit Gujarat?

The vast number of natural habitats in Gujarat are excellent for nature lovers, while ancient ruins dating back to over 4000 years along with temples and palaces are sure to attract the history buffs. The cities are beautiful and ideal for sightseeing.

What is the best time to visit Gujarat?

The best time to visit Gujarat is during the winter season, i.e. between October and February. Since it is a dry region and experiences high temperatures and humidity; visiting the state in the monsoons (July to September) may also be a good idea especially in the regions that receive less or no rainfall. During summers, i.e. between March and June, the temperature soars high, making it difficult for travellers to explore most of the attractions, but there are some places worth visiting like the Saputara Hill Station and the natural reserves that provide quite some respite in the scorching heat.
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What is the local food in Gujarat?

Gujarati cuisines vary in taste and flavour as one moves from region to region. The most distinct of them are the ones from Surat, Kathiawad, Kachchh and North Gujarat. The food is mostly vegetarian, and you can sense the hints of sweetness and spice distinctly in the dishes. As per tradition, the food here is served in metal platters or commonly known to people as a 'thali'. A typical Gujarati meal would include Dal, Kadhi, Salad, Puri, Chappatis, Pickles, Papad and some trendy sweets. Dhokla, Thepala, Fafda, Kachori, Khandvi, Handwoh, Ganthia, Oondhiya, Debra, Surat Paun are just some of the many Gujarati delicacies that define the food here. Other than these Basundi, Puran Poli, Shrikhand, Ghevar, Malpua are the traditional sweet dishes that you cannot miss and are famous all over the country.

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