Gujarat’s bustling seaports, historic temples and mosques, and trade centres have drawn travellers since time immemorial. Home turf of the roaring Asiatic lions, the state features the world’s largest white desert (Rann of Kutch) and the longest mainland coastline in the country. Its deciduous forests, grasslands, marine ecosystems and marshy swamps shelter 402 species of animals; including sloth bears, blackbuck and Indian wild ass. Gujarat is also considered a birder’s paradise for its vibrant populations of great Indian bustards, dalmatian pelicans, hawks, harriers, falcons and flamingos. From heritage tourism hotspots such as forts, stepwells and mansions to eco-tourism destinations like waterfalls, beaches, deserts and jungles, Gujarat seems to have it all.
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Little Rann of Kutch
Dasada is a small village in Surendranagar district in Gujarat that serves as...