Travel Beautiful and Best Villages of Gujarat and Explore the Amazing facts of the State

    Gujarat has many interesting tourist places to visit including some of the best villages. This is one of the remarkable tourist centers in India and attracts millions of tourists from round the globe. Besides planning your usual holiday trip to Gujarat, if you are looking to do something different and make your trip the best one in your life, then plan to visit the villages in Gujarat. Many people also started living these villages after their retirement.

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    Here are some notable villages that you can plan to visit during your holiday in Gujarat:

    Dandi, Navsari:

    This village became popular with Salt Satyagraha, which took place along the shores of Arabian Sea. Kirti Pillar is the major attraction of this village. There are also many other places to be visited in this village, which includes Safe Villa, where Mahatma Gandhi stayed. Saheba Mazar is an other remarkable attraction to be visited.

    Unai, Navsari:

    This village is located in Vansda Taluka of Navsari. This village is very popular for the hot water spring that has religious importance for Hindus. The Unai Mataji Temple is an other popular spot to visit, as the idol in this temple is said to be installed by Sita Devi.

    Ahwa, Saputara:

    This village is popular for the tribal fair, which is called Dang Darbar. This fair is organized during Holi festival. This Ahwa village is the home to Dandkeshwar Mahadev Temple, dedicated to Lord Shiva. Many tourists visiting this village will like to stay for a while and especially those who are on their way to Saputara. Dangi dance is very popular here, as it makes people energetic and refreshed. This dance is held in open air theatres, which is called Rangupvan.

    Waghai, Saputara:

    The tourists can find many camping sites in this village. The Waghai Botanical Garden is one of the best attractions to visit in this village. You can see huge varieties of plants in this botanical garden. This village is also popular for Gira Falls, which flows strongly during monsoons.

    Ubharat, Navsari:

    This is an other remarkable village, which features the Umbharat Beach, stretching long. There are many water parks and resorts located in this village, therefore the tourists can get better accommodation, while enjoying the trip in an excellent way. This beach is popular for sunbathing and swimming.

    Dharagiri, Navsari:

    This village is located about 5km from Navsari City. It is located on the bank of River Purna and falls on the national highway that conntects Mumbai and Ahmedabad.  Tapovan Sansakaar Dham, which is the Jain Temple is the major attraction of this village. This temple features 90 stones around the temple and metal idols.

    Halvad, Surendranagar:

    An other notable village of Gujarat is popularly known for the Jain temple, which was constructed at Tikar in 1837. This temple is located in desert village on the bank of River Brahmani. Samudri Mata temple is very famous in this village. Ek Dandiay Wooden palace is an other major attraction.

    Nandhai, Navsari:

    This village is located on the bank of Orange River. Guptesgwar Mahadv is the major attraction of this village.

    Besides these villages in Gujarat, there are also many other villages, which you can visit on your holiday and that includes:

    Muli, Surendranagar: Popular for 250 year old Dudhai Vadwala temple and Swaminaryan Temple

    Atul, Tithal: This is the industrial village became popular after the foundation of Atul Company Ltd. It also has a Jain Temple devoted to Vasupujya Swami, Hanuman temple Amba Mata temple, Jalaram Bapa temple and much more. 

    Planning your village trip to Gujarat undoubtedly has many great things to offer you and make your trip an excellent one.