Area covered- 458square.kilometers.
Chief attraction- Diverse types of marine life.
Location- The Park is located in the Gulf of Kutch, Gujarat.
Know Marine National Park!
The Marine national park is situated around 30kms from Jamnagar, in the Gulf of Kutch, Gujarat. The Park covers an area of around 458square.kilometers, which abounds in marine life. The park is full of corals, which further enhances the beauty of the place. The place abounds in marine vegetation, which comprises of var... read more
Area Covered- 332.87hectares.
Time to visit- winter seasons.
Location- The sanctuary is located at Kalyanpur taluka in the district of Jamnagar. The sanctuary runs along the coast of Gulf of Kutch.
Explore the wilds of Gaga Wildlife Sanctuary!
Gaga Wildlife Sanctuary is located along the coast of Gulf of Kutch in Gujarat. It covers an area of around 332.87hectare and has two plots of terrain, which are divided by wastelands and agricultural lands that falls in between them. The natural vegetation... read more
Khijadia Bird Sanctuary is a unique wetland area with sea water on one side and fresh water on one side. This area which is about 12 km from Jamnagar (Gujarat), was declared as a Sanctuary on 6th November 1982. Before independence, a check dam had been built for storing the waters of the Ruparen river just near the sea, so gradually over the years with fresh water of the rain and river on one side and salt water of the sea on the other side, a unique area came up where both varieties of vegetation came up, graduall... read more
Introduction to Bala Hanuman Temple, Jamnagar
The city of Jamnagar in Gujarat has had an elaborate history that dates back to the time of its foundation in the year 1540 A.D. It is by virtue of this highly illustrated history that Jamnagar offers a wide range of attractions for its tourists. Among these Tourist Attractions in Jamnagar, the Holy Places in Jamnagar are visited by the tourists form various parts of India and the world. Among these, the Temples in Jamnagar and more importantly, the Bala Hanuman Temple... read more
Introduction to the Museum of Antiquities, Jamnagar:
One of the most interesting aspects of planning a Tour to Jamnagar is the rich history and heritage of the land, a history, which can be said to be one of the olde3st histories of all the princely states of Saurasthra. Almost the entirety of the city of Jamnagar is dotted with some of the finest Forts and Monuments Of Jamnagar, which are led by, perhaps, the vast storehouse of antiquities as preserved in the Museum of Antiquities, Jamnagar. The Museum of Antiqu... read more
In the centre of old Jamnagar, on an island in the middle of the lake, are two magnificent old structures: the Lakhota Fort and the Kotha Bastion. Lakhota Fort is Jamnagar's Museum and its terraces display a fine collection of sculpture that spans a period from the 9th to 18th Century. The Kotha Bastion is Jamnagar's arsenal. One of its most interesting sights is an old well, the water of which can be drawn by blowing into a small hole in the floor.