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November to March
Sightseeing, Photography, Jet Ski and Parasailing
Free entry

Dandi Beach

Dandi Beach is located in Gujarat. It is a popular beach due to its historical significance in India's struggle for independence against the British rule. In 1930, Mahatma Gandhi began his walk from Sabarmati Ashram in Ahmedabad and completed it at Dandi Beach by making his own salt as a protest against the 'Salt Law' of the British Government. A colossal monument of Mahatma Gandhi is also present at Dandi Beach. Dandi Beach has a beautiful sunset view, and it attracts a lot of tourists during the evening. Safe Villa is another popular attraction nearby, which also serves as a museum dedicated to Mahatma Gandhi. A small, well-maintained garden also exists at Dandi Beach. Activities like jet skiing and parasailing are available at Dandi Beach for the amusement of visitors. The serene environment of the beach and the gliding waters of Arabian Sea make it a good relaxation and photography spot. Along with amusement, Dandi Beach serves as a great tourist destination to learn more about the history of India.
Piyush Tripathi
This tourist spot is very famous for its historical importance because the famous ‘Dandi Yatra’ was commenced in Surat by Mahatma Gandhi in 1930. If you are a true follower of Gandhiji, I am surprised to know that you have not been there to see and feel the glorious pages in our country’s history.
Manisha Gouda
In the morning we all got ready for Water sports at Dandi Beach. It is 3 Km from Malvan and we went by our bus. This beach was something different.1 will find a lot of seashells and dead crabs here.The main attraction was the lagoon formed by 2 waves when meeting each other. It looks amazing at the time of low tide. People did all kinds of Water sports there like Banana ride, Bumper ride, Jet Ski, Para sailing etc. 
Devashish Patel
Since we reached Navsari before 10 in the morning, we decided to head out to the famous Dandi beach in the morning. Dandi shot to fame in 1930, when Gandhiji decided to march from Sabarmati Ashram in Ahmedabad to the Dandi village, a walk of about 400 Kms, in protest against the salt tax imposed by the Britishers, and in the process launched the civil disobedience movement. Today, the beach is largely forgotten outside of Gujarat, and its place is largely in history textbooks. The government has built a museum and a giant statue on the site where Gandhiji plucked a handful of saline mud and sea water, producing salt, in protest against the British monopoly on Salt production.