+91-92 2016 2016 hello@travel2save.com


Sign Up

After creating an account, you'll be able to track your payment status, track the confirmation and you can also rate the tour after you finished the tour.
Confirm Password*
First Name*
Last Name*
* Creating an account means you're okay with our Terms of Service and Privacy Statement.

Already a member?




Why Book With Us?

  • Unexplored Destination Guide
  • Detailed Guide
  • Support Locally
  • Customized Package

Get a Question?

Do not hesitage to give us a call. We are an expert team and we are happy to talk to you.

+91-92 2016 2016


Gujarat, the Jewel state of India, is located in the Western part of the country with the longest coastline of 1600km (24% of Indian sea coast) and a population of more than 60 million. Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, and Maharashtra are its neighboring states on the north, east and south with a vast expanse of Arabian Sea on its west. The state also shares its northwest border with Pakistan’s Sindh province. Union territories of Daman, Diu, Dadra and Nagar Haveli lie to its south. 4500 years of history has blessed Gujarat with the greatest archeological monuments and memorials. Gujarat was even known to the western centers of civilization such as the Ancient Greeks. This state is famously known for its temples, festivals such as the Navratri celebration, and the vast expanse of Rann-of-Kutch, which is the world’s largest white salt desert.
  • Country: India
  • State: Gujarat
  • Capital of Gujarat: Gandhinagar
  • Largest City: Ahmedabad
  • STD/Local Code: Every city has separate code
  • Phone code: 00 + 91 + city code+ the number.
  • Language: Gujarati
  • Best Period: November to February
  • Weather: Tropical climate
  • Time Zone: IST (UTC +05:30)
  • Currency: Indian Rupee
  • Major Airport: Ahmedabad
Make your life colorful with a trip to Gujarat!

For those who want to witness the mesmerizing beauty of versatility of natural topography in one state—it has to be Gujarat!

India’s Westernmost state,  Gujarat  is home to  desert plains in the Rann of Kutch, lush green hilly zone, fertile plains, tidal marshland and with a rocky shoreline along the Arabian Sea! Besides natural charm, Gujarat is a mystical state that is a melting pot of traditions and modernism. With a culture and people so myriad and vibrant, there cannot be a dull moment when you are on the travel trail in the state.  It’s not just cities like Ahmedabad, Gandhinagar, and Vadodara, there is much more to explore in the countryside in this magical land.  

One of the most vibrant and richest states of India is Gujarat, which brings with it color, music, culture, and happy people. ‘Atithi Devo bhav,’ that is treating guests equal to God is imbued deep into the Gujarati culture. Bringing together greatness of many emperors and freedom fighters, this state has a history stretching over many years beginning from the Harappan Civilization to the Mughal emperors and freedom fighters of India. The truly rich history and culture have endowed Gujarat with some of the greatest architectural splendors and monuments, which have made Gujarat a popular tourist destination amongst the national and international travelers.

Located on the western coast of India, this state is famed for its colorful culture celebrating various festivals and traditions with pomp and show. The state brings to you in true sense the great traditions of Lord Krishna to Mahatma Gandhi. Even though the state boasts of strong traditions and culture, it is one of fastest developing states in India with the state of art roads and infrastructure. It is even home to many birds and animals with its some of the best National parks and Wildlife Sanctuaries. Thus, this place has something for every kind of tourist, which makes it a memorable experience for all.

Best Time to Visit

(Describe the climate of Gujarat)

The climate of Gujarat is pretty diverse, and variation can be seen in different regions as the Tropic of Cancer passes through it. Coastal regions would normally be humid with moderate temperatures whereas as you move away from the sea, the weather turns dry and temperatures can be in extremes. Days in Gujarat are usually sunny with clear skies most of the times. Although one can visit Gujarat in any time of the year but, winter time would perhaps be one of the best times to visit with temperatures being moderate with less or no rainfall.

Summer: Gujarat experiences extremely hot and dry summers with daytime temperatures rising as high as 46  which would drop just by few degrees in the night to around 36 . March to May marks the peak of summer which usually gets extended till the month of June. By mid-June when the monsoons begin, temperatures would drop down to around 27  with humidity rising comparatively.

Monsoon: The season of rainfall runs from June to September. Rainfall received differs from region to region. Northern and southern parts of Gujarat receive moderate rainfall with southern part experiencing heavier rains as compared to the northern region. The northwest region of Rann-of-Kutch is mostly arid and receives lowest average rainfall. Although the state receives average rainfall, it has had its history of floods during the monsoons as well. Temperatures during monsoon ranges from 27

Winter: Winters run from November till February. Customarily they are pleasant and dry with temperatures ranging from 29  during the days and nights being cooler with temperatures ranging around 12   making it the best time to explore Gujarat.


How to Reach

(Transport availability for traveling)


Gujarat boasts of seventeen airports with Surat, Bhavnagar, Junagarh, Vadodara, Rajkot, Bhuj and Ahmedabad having easy accessible daily and weekly operating flights. Ahmedabad has the Sardar VallabhBhai Patel International Airport, which has connectivity to many parts of the world. However, Mumbai, New Delhi, Kolkata, and Chennai are more easily connected with the rest parts of the world with all major airlines catering to them. So people prefer to travel to Mumbai, which is another closest international airport to Gujarat and then can commute by train, air, or bus to any of the Gujarat cities.


The state of Gujarat hosts one of the finest roadways in the western India connecting to the entire country. Gujarat State Board Transport Corporation (GSRTC) is the principal body responsible for bus service in the state and connecting to other states of the country as well. However, private taxis and self-drive are common preferences for many tourists. For commuting short distances within the city, auto-rickshaws or tuk-tuks are common modes of transport.


Every state of India is well connected by railways. Gujarat falls in the Western Railway Zone of Indian Railways and has plenty of railway stations. The busiest of them all is Vadodara railway station as it connects Mumbai and Delhi. Surat, Ahmedabad, and Rajkot are some of the other popular stations. There are super-fast trains connecting Mumbai and Ahmedabad with a travel time of close to 6 hours, which are frequently used by office-goers.




Gujarat is very well-known for holy places. The city of Dwarka, the abode of Lord Krishna, is one of the Char Dham Hindu Pilgrimage sites. Devotees flock in large numbers to the Dwarkadheesh and Rukmini temple to offer prayers. Another most popular temple is Somnath, which is believed to be one of the twelve Shiv Jyotirlingas, dedicated to Lord Shiva. There are many other religious centers such as Palitana, Girnar, Shankeshwar, Pavagadh, Sun temple, Akshardham, Swaminarayan temple and others.


Gujarat’s museums are the second best in India. Being the home of the great Mahatma Gandhi, Gandhi Smarak Sangrahalay in Ahmedabad houses personal memorabilia of Gandhi along with vivid and historical events in his life.
Calico Museum of textiles, Ahmedabad showcases the city’s most prosperous textiles. Baroda Museum and Art Gallery host impressive collections from history, geology, natural and ethnology. Other museums of interest are Sardar Patel Museum, Watson Museum and Kite Museum.

Parks And Wildlife

Gujarat is a heaven for wildlife lovers as it is the home to many national parks and wildlife sanctuaries providing habitat to the world’s rarest and large number of flora and fauna. Gir National Park, Blackbuck National Park, Marine National Park, Kutch Bustard Sanctuary, Gulf of Kutch, and many others are home to Asiatic lions, wild ass, bears, blackbuck, nilgai, dolphins and migratory birds like pelicans, flamingos, and storks.

Hills Station

Unravel nature’s beauty in the Saputara, Gujarat’s most famous hill station at the height of 1000 meters above sea level offering a pleasant and scenic view of the lush green Dang forest. Wilson hills, Pavagadh, and Palitana are the other hill stations popular amongst the tourists.


Sea, sand, and surf! Yes, with so long a coastline, how can you miss this opportunity! Mandvi beach in Kutch is one of the most visited beaches; it has white and firm sand with the water being ideal for swimming. Chorwad is a small fishing village, which is famous for rocky shores and boat rides. Nagoa and Ghoghla beaches are in Diu very close to Gujarat where many locals and foreign tourists visit. Other beaches are Somnath, Gopnath, and Dwarka.


Enjoy luxury at its best as there are plenty of resorts in different parts of the state such as Aum Health Resort, Holiday Village Resort, Boulevard 9 Luxury Resort & Spa, Madhuban Resort and Spa. Tourists love to stay at the Heritage Resorts and Hotels, which offer a rare opportunity to enjoy the history with style and grandeur. Some of them are Natwar Niwas Palace, Rajvant Palace Resort, Royal Oasis and Residency.


Gujarat being a popular tourist destination has many hotels ranging from the ones, which fall in your budget to the luxurious ones. Some of the best known are Four Points by Sheraton, Hyatt, Courtyard by Marriott, Hampton by Hilton, Radisson Blu and plenty more.


Along with local shops, the state also offers many malls with reputed brand stores in it. Some of the well-known ones are Alpha One in Ahmedabad, VR Surat, Crystal mall, Inorbit and Vadodara Central.

Flea Markets

The state is famous for its handicrafts, which can be purchased from most of the markets around any city. There are varieties of items on display, which will leave you spellbound with their intricate designs. You can shop for wall hangings, embroidered footwear and quilts, Patola silk sarees, Bandhnis, traditional Ghagra-Cholis and a wide range of other things.


Hriday Kunj is the place where Mahatma Gandhi, one of the greatest freedom fighters of India lived. The ashram still makes handicrafts, spinning wheels and handmade paper. Ruins of Lothal will take you back to the Indus Valley Civilization era where you can see the high degree of town planning along with various artifacts from the time. Other places to visit are Kirti Mandir, Dholavira, Champaner-Pavagadh, and Vadnagar.


Food is the essence of Gujarat, and Gujaratis love to host their guests with scrumptious meals. Gujarati vegetarian thali is most famous in which for a certain amount you can eat unlimited from the platter.


Too many opportunities for adventure lovers! Gujarat offers water sports, rock climbing, paragliding at various places such as at the Narmada Dam Canal reservoir, Saputara, Junagadh, Mandvi, Chorwad, Dwarka, and others.

Business Hub

Gujarat has been one of the most industrialized states in the country with being home to many global and Indian companies. Ahmedabad, Surat, Vadodara, Rajkot, and Kutch are some of the emerging business destinations. Gujarat International Finance Tec-City is under construction, which will be located in between Ahmedabad and Gandhinagar and will provide high quality physical infrastructure so that finance and tech companies can set their base in it.
Live the history amongst the heritage of Gujarat and experience the vibrancy, which the state offers with its hospitality and culture!