• King of the Jungle at Club Mahindra Wildlife resort in Gir
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A peaceful existence can be found at Gir. Just on the outskirts of the wildlife sanctuary, one can enjoy the gorgeous views, the many activities and of course the serenity and quietude of the resort. Of course there’s always the king of the jungle to add spice to your visit. A thrilling vacation spot for all.

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  • A date with the birds in Gujarat by Priya Fonseca

    Gujarat until recently was not very prominent on the tourist map. Over the last few months, a very popular baritone has been the brand ambassador for the state, imploring people to come, visit and take in the myriad experiences Gujarat has to offer – festivals, wild life, cuisine, monuments and amazing topography. As with most of India, this state too has so many destinations waiting for the intrepid traveller.
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Sight Seeing

1. Jamnagar

The once princely city of Jamnagar is still dominated by its many palaces. Known for its tie-and-dye (bandhini) fabrics and its temples, Jamnagar is also a veritable paradise for bird lovers, with more than 75 species of birds spotted here. The headquarters of the Gulf of Kutch Marine National Park and Wildlife Reserve, which protects 42 islands fringed by coral reefs and mangroves, is also based here. During low tide, the coral reefs can be explored and you may spot octopus, sea hares and other mollusks, starfish, brittle star, sea urchins, sea cucumbers, sea slugs, many species of crabs and other crustaceans, segmented and unsegmented worms, sea anemone, sea fans and other marine life. Another place worth visiting is the Khijadiya Bird Sanctuary near Jamnagar. The salt-works near Jamnagar are good for flamingos, the great white pelican and the painted stork. Jamnagar is also the base to visit Ranjitsagar, Sasoi Dam, Sinhan Dam and the Khambaliya Dam, places known for spotting fauna.

2. Porbandar

The port city of Porbandar is best known as the birthplace of Mahatma Gandhi. Here you can visit his home and the Kirti Mandir adjacent to it. Another temple dedicated to Krishna's childhood friend Sudama and the only one of its kind in the country, is also located here. A very interesting thing to watch though is the port itself - with a dhow building yard and different kinds of fish being unloaded from trawlers and a beach with charming villa facades, this makes a nice addition to any itinerary.

3. Dwarka

Dwarka, one of the seven most ancient and one of the four holiest places in India, is also, according to legend, present in its seventh version, because it's been submerged six times. If that doesn't make you curious enough to visit, then you can also check out the fantastically carved, 2,500-year-old Dwarkadhish Temple and many others. A ferry ride to a temple at Okha offers opportunities for dolphin spotting too.

4. Diu Island

Diu Island, a part of the Diu district and one of the tenth least populated districts in the country, is a small beautiful island that was once a Portuguese colony. It's known for its beautiful Baroque churches and Portuguese architecture and also has an ancient Hindu temple on its coast. Nagoa Beach and the offshore lighthouse are popular destinations and water sports enthusiasts can try their hand at parasailing, boat rides and jet skis here.

5. Gondal

Formerly a princely state, Gondal is an interesting addition to your schedule. Best known for the Riverside Palace, Naulakha Palace and the Huzoor or Orchard Palace, Gondal offers a glimpse into life from a bygone era. The Royal Garages offer a treat to car lovers, with an extensive collection of vintage and classic cars on display, including a 1935 Packard two-door convertible, 1958 Mercedes 300SL two seat roadster, the 1959 Jaguar XK150, a 1960s Chevrolet Camaro, the Surtees Formula 5000 and many more.

6. Rajkot

Rajkot, the fourth largest city in Gujarat, is the regional center for art, with many venues for performances. It is also home to the music genre Dayro, which conveys folk stories. The Rotary Midtown Dolls and Jubilee Garden are worth a short visit.

7. Somnath

Legend says that the Somnath Temple witnessed the creation of the Universe, and Somnath is significant to many events from Krishna's life. It's also said to be one of Lord Shiva's twelve Jyotirlingas. Places of interest include the temple itself, which also has a sound and light show every evening and the Prabhas Patan Museum, which has beautiful architectural fragments from ancient temples.

8. Uparkot Fort Junagadh

The 7th largest town in Gujarat located at the foot of the Girnar Hills, Junagadh literally translates into 'Old Fort'. The fort is particularly impressive and located on a plateau in the middle of the town and was built in 319 BCE. It was lost for 300 years between 6th century CE and 976 CE, when it was rediscovered. There is also a set of 2000-year-old eerie Buddhist caves, which you could visit. Other places of interest include a zoo, a museum, and Ashoka's ancient rock edicts.

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