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    What is the best time and what are the best places to visit in Gujarat?

    What is the best time and what are the best places to visit in Gujarat
  • #3548
    If you are planning to visit Gujarat, then tell that the best time to visit here is during winter which is between October to February. Gujarat is a dry region that experiences high temperature and humidity. Traveling here can be a good option in monsoon as well. During summer, the temperature here rises considerably, due to which it is difficult to explore the tourist places. But Saputara Hill Station and many natural reserves are situated here where you can visit during the summer.

    Gujarat is quite prosperous in terms of tourism. There are innumerable tourist places to visit in this state, where you can go for a trip.

    Kankaria lake
    Rann Of Kutch
    Gir national park
    Laxmi Vilas Palace
    Porbandar beach
    Marine national park
    Danta ambaji

  • #3561
    The best time to plan a visit to Gurajat is winter season, that is November to February. We are a tour operator who give you affordable & best Gujarat tour packages

  • #3593
    "Hey Jessi, Gujarat is mostly famous for the white desert of Rann of Kutch, food, colourful handicrafts, culture and religious sites. It is a dry region and visiting the state during summer, and monsoon would be experiencing high temperatures and humidity. If you are planning a trip to Gujarat, we suggest the most suitable time would be during winter months from November to February. And here is a list of best places you should not miss when in Gujarat.

    1. Rann of Kutch- A must-visit destination.
    2. Somnath temple- A famous temple.
    3. Satpura- The only Hill Station in state.
    4. Lothal - Ancient historical place.
    5. Anand- A mystical place.
    6. Girnar- For adventure seekers.
    7. Palanpur- For art lovers.
    8. Daman- A serene town.
    9. Ahmedabad- For food, shopping and kite festival.
    10. Laxmi Vilas Palace- For History Buffs."

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