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      Gujarat

      Surat, the capital city of Gujarat is a well-known hub for diamond cutting and polishing, thus got its name as the “Diamond City Of India”. Read more

      A small town in Gujarat that is full of historic and modern artefacts, at the same time, can be none other than the culturally aware and rich space called as Bhavnagar. Read more

      Gujarat is known for its historically rich and exquisite states and a myriad of tourist attractions. People from all over the world, travel to this city and experience the splendor of the many tourist spots like Sun Holy Place, Akshardham Temple, Lothal, Kachchh Desert, Khavda and Somnath Temple. Due to this impressive heritage and culture, shopping in Gujarat is a great way to experience the city of fashion and colors. Read more

      Over 2000 years old, Vadodara, formerly regarded as Baroda, houses some of the timeless architectural masterpieces. Read more

      Popularly known as “Silk City” & “Diamond City”, Surat is also famous for its drool-worthy street food. Read more

      Unperturbed by modernization, Vadodara is touted as one of the best historical cities. The sheer royalty of it lies in its tourist attractions and out of which are some of the best museums. Read more

      A city that exhibits the best of art, culture and heritage, Vadodara is one of the fastest growing cities in Gujarat. Celebrated for its beautiful temples and rich history, it receives quite the tourist footfall every year. Read more

      The spells of the first rainfall and the fragrance of the wet earth leave us completely nostalgic. Isn’t it? Monsoon in India are always special and brings a breath of relief from the scorching heat. Read more

      Unlike most tourist places in the country, Kutch is where you’ll find some of the extravagant and grand structures taking you down the ancient road of history. But there’s more to this place. While you’re thinking Read more

      Somnath is an important pilgrimage and tourist spot in Gujarat on account of being a Triveni Sangam i.e. the confluence of three holy rivers: Kapila, https://traveltriangle.com/blog/places-to-visit-in-somnath/Hiran and Sarasvati. Soma, the Moon god, is believed to have lost his lustre due to a curse, and he bathed in the Sarasvati River to restore it. Read more

      With every state in India having its own charm and history in the bucket list of many travelers, Gujarat is that one place you wouldn’t want to miss! While a number of archeological Read more

      Saputara, a popular hill station in the Dang district of Gujarat, is an year-round destination. It draws plenty of visitors over the weekend who come looking for pleasant weather, Read more

      Nestled over the gigantic Sahyadri mountain range in Gujarat, the picture-perfect hill station of Saputara boasts of endless natural beauty. Read more

      The sprawling, bustling city of Rajkot in Gujrat’s Saurashtra region is not the first destination that comes to mind when you thinking of a holiday here. But, there are good number of places to visit in Rajkot that introduce you to its history and let you explore its natural allure. Read more

      Kutch is a heavenly and mesmerising destination in Gujarat, best known for hosting the Rann Festival from November to February. As the largest district of India, Kutch boasts of fantastic landscapes, mind blowing cultural traits, and awe-inspiring history. Let’s explore this haven of fantastic destinations today and glance at the most alluring places to visit in Kutch. Read more

      When mustached men take to the dhol, and ghagra-clad women dance to garba tunes like no one’s watching, that’s when you know it’s the festive season in Gujarat. Celebration of most famous festivals in Gujarat will make you groove while Read more

      Often passed for being a historical place and a pilgrimage site, travelers often missed out on the romantic side of Ahmedabad which is what we’ve tried to uncover in this blog. Read more

      Be one with nature at Gir National Park, the royal kingdom of Asiatic lions and essentially the only place on earth where these majestic beasts roam free. Gir is the most celebrated wildlife sanctuary in India and a magnificent abode for all nature lovers and wildlife photographers. Read more