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- Pratap Vilas Palace
- Pirotan Island
- Bet Dwarka
- Willingdon Crescent
- Rozi and Bedi Ports
- Lakhota Fort
- Kotha Bastion
- Mota Ashapura Maa Temple
- Dhanvantri Mandir (Ayurvedic University)
- Shantinath Mandir
- Kileshwar Temple
- Harsiddhi Temple
- Vardhman Shah's Temple
- Marine National Park
- Khijadiya Bird Sanctuary
- Cremation Park
- Jogger's Park
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Places to Visit in Jamnagar, India
North of the city you find an intriguing curiosity, a medical facility called the Ranjit Institute of Poly-Radio Therapy or simply the Solarium. Built in the 1920s under Jam Ranjitsinhji with the supervision of French doctor Jean Saidman, it was o...
Marine National Park in the Gulf of Kutch is situated on the southern shore of the Gulf of Kachchh in the Jamnagar District of Gujarat state, India. In 1980, an area of 270 km2. from Okha to Jodiya was declared Marine Sanctuary. Later, in 1...
Khijadiya Bird Sanctuary is a bird sanctuary also known as safe haven for birds located in Jamnagar district of Gujarat, India. It has about 300 varieties of migratory birds.
The royal palace was built between 1907 and 1915 with a grand mix of European styles. In 1968 Jam Singh converted the palace grounds into a nature park and brought in live specimens of various species in a supreme effort of conservation. Unfortuna...
Pirotan Island is an Arabian Sea island in the Marine National Park, Jamnagar District of Gujarat state, India. It is located 12 nautical miles (22 km) off the coast (Bedi Port), consists of mangroves and low-tide beaches, and has an area o...
Dwarka is a city and a municipality of Jamnagar district in the Gujarat state in India. Dwarka is one of the seven most ancient cities in the country.
This temple is situated in the eastern part of Jamnagar, which marks the gateway to the city and it is also close to Darbargadh in old city area. The temple is dedicated to the Kuldevi of the Jadeja clan of Rajput, who ruled this place.
Across the road from Darbar Gadh is Willingdon Crescent, a product of Jam Ranjitsinhji’s attempt to remove the congested slum of then Nawanagar and replace it with a more modern structure, with flourish and pomp in keeping with his European ...
Lakhota Fort is Jamnagar's Museum and its terraces exhibit a very well collection of sculpture that spans a time from the 9th to 18th Century. The Kotha Bastion is Jamnagar's arsenal. One of its most attractive places of interest is an old ...
These ports make great daytrip spots for seaside picnics or fishing. They are accessible by ferry from Nava Bandar, 3km from Jamnagar. In addition to this, the presence of as many as 42 islands in this region makes the Gulf one of the most attract...