Bhavnagar Tourism & Travel Guide

This old town came into existence in 1723 AD under the rule or Bhavsinghi Gohil and so the name Bhavnagar. Situated close to the Khambat Gulf, Bhavnagar happens to be the 5th largest of all the cities in the state of Gujarat. The town is home to some old temples and as a matter of fact around 863 of them dot the area thus making it a famous tourist spot. If you do decide to pay this place a visit, then do so during the celebrations of Mahashivratri, one of its main festivals. A visit to the Takhteshwar Temple should also be on your ‘to visit’ list.
September to March

Trips and Itineraries for Bhavnagar

As Bhavnagar is located in the Gulf of Khambhat region no fresh water can be expected here....

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Other airports with a 4 to 5 hour drive are Rajkot and Bhavnagar....

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Top Places To Visit in Bhavnagar 26 Spots

Near CH-3 Circle, Sector-10 A, Bhavnagar 364313
Situated at Velavadar, it was established in 1976 as a hunting ground of blackbucks and cheetahs for the maharaja, and it is spread over 34 sq kms in area. This park has a grassland ecosystem with flat land, dry grasses and herds of antelope and always attracts visitors.
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Kaliyabid, Bhavnagar 364002

Hotels and Homestays in Bhavnagar   13 Hotels

Weekend Getaways from Bhavnagar  

Also called Amdavad, this place happened to be the former capital of the state of Gujarat. The third largest of all the cities in the state, it is situated on the banks of the famous Sabarmati River and happens to be the industrial and economic hub of the state. The Ahmedabad Stock Exchange is also the second oldest one in the country and the city second when it comes to cotton production. There are some very famous places like the Sabarmati Ashram and Kankaria Lake that one can visit when in Ahmedabad.


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