The most attractive and eye catching element of Gujarat Tourism is undoubtedly the largest salt desert of the world, Rann of Kutch. Spread across an area of around 7,505.22 square kilometres this amazing natural wonder remains under water during monsoon season and turns to a white salt desert in winter season. During moonlit night, the entire region turns to a fairy land for the mystical play of light and shadow. Night safari on camel is the best way to explore its enigmatic aura.
No matter if you are a religious soul or a history buff, having a glimpse of the birth place of Lord Krishna is always rewarding. The work of art etched on the walls of this mammoth religious site makes it one of a kinds. The temple was built around 200 BC and looks stunningly beautiful for being located at the edge of river Gomati. The Krishna Janamasthami Festival is the best time to visit this temple.
The last natural home to the Asiatic Lions, Gir National Park is one of the best national parks in India. The largest dry deciduous forest in Western India, this reserve forest brings opportunity of sighting plenty of other wildlife. Apart from wild varieties of animals, the park houses around 300 species of birds that turns the place to a delight for the birders.
An accumulation of around 900 Jaina temples makes Palitana a wonderful sightseeing destination in Gujarat. After Climbing around 3000 steps, one reaches the top of the hill, where the stunning views of the placid locale and awe-striking designs of the Jaina Temple Complex would make you spellbind.
An enigmatic blends of historical buildings and bustling bazaars makes Bhuj a lively traveler's delight. Textile dealers assembling at Shroff Bazaar, east of the Darbargarh makes the city more vibrant. Bhujodi, a village of weavers and Ajrakhpur, a village of block printers are the best sites to meet rural artisans, buy handicrafts and see demonstrations.