Nal Sarovar, one of the largest wetland bird refuges in the nation and the largest in Gujarat, is a fantastic weekend getaway because of its proximity to Ahmedabad.
Along the Pushpavati River is the delightful weekend hideaway of Modhera. Photographers and history buffs love the temple because it is a masterpiece of architecture.
Vadodara, the state capital of Gujarat, previously served as a significant commercial centre. The city, which is situated by the Vishwamitri River, is home to several Jain shrines, Hindu temples, and pre-Mughal structures.
Patan, which served as Gujarat's state capital for about 650 years, will astound you with its old-world elegance and stories.
5. Little Rann of Kutch
The Little Rann of Kutch is one of the many breathtaking locations to explore in Gujarat, a refuge for those who enjoy the outdoors. Visitors from all over the world who are interested in wildlife travel to this region.