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The tourist attractions in Jamnagar are varied and add their own distinctive flavors to your trip to Jamnagar. Almost every kind of tourist attractions is present in the city, scattered all around Jamnagar. Whether it is the natural beauty of this delightful town or its rich history, Jamnagar has a bit of everything to please the tourists to her lands. Picturesque lakes provide you with an insight into the workings of the marine kingdom thanks to their large supplies of sea shells, corals as well as… gigantic octopuses!

One can visit the:

  • City Lake full of 75 varities of Birds
  • Islands full of sea shells, corals, birds, octopus
  • Unspoilt Beaches, both white and golden sands
  • Hills with temples on top
  • Forest with leopards, jackals, wolves, jungle cat, blue bulls,hyena, snakes
  • Temples ranging from the ancient to the new, also includes a Guiness World Record holder
  • Bird Sanctuaries with 250 varities of birds
  • Marine Sanctuaries with dolphins,octopus, turtles, dugong, fish
  • Marine National Park

 Temples

Mota Ashapura Maa Temple in Jamnagar Mota Ashapura Maa Temple

The Goddess (Kuldevi) of the Jadeja clan of Rajputs who ruled this place. The temple is located in the east part of Jamnagar from where the entrance (Gate) to the city and its close to Darbargadh in old city area.

Shantinath Mandir

Shantinath Mandir is situated, south-west of Bedi Gate, in Jamnagar. The temple has intricate carvings and the walls are adorned with fine murals, which depict the life of Jain saints. The floor is made of marble and decorated with distinctive Jain patterns in yellow, black, white and red.


Vardhman Shah’s Temple

Vardhman Shah’s Temple is a delightful shrine and one of the four main Jain temples in Jamnagar. The foundation stone of this shrine was laid in 1612, during the reign of Jam Jasaji I and was completed in the year 1620. Fifty two very small temples or ‘Deri’ were built around the temple in 1622.


Bala Hanuman Temple

Bala Hanuman Temple in Jamnagar The Bala Hanuman Temple is on the south-eastern side of Ranmal Lake. The temple is famous for the continuous 24-hour chanting of the mantra 'Sri Ram, Jai Ram, Jai Jai Ram', since August 1, 1964. This devotion has earned Bala Hanuman Temple a place in the Guinness Book of Records. Thousands of devotees visit the temple every year. Early evening is particularly a good time to visit the temple. It's nice one in the world.


 Parks and Gardens

Khijadia Bird Sanctuary

Khijadia Bird Sanctuary in Jamnagar Khijadia Bird Sanctuary, located 10 km north east of Jamnagar, represents the combination of seasonal freshwater shallow lake, inter-tidal mudflats, creeks, saltpans, saline land and mangrove scrub. The place is a known breeding ground of the Great Crested Grebe. Apart from it, Little Grebe, Purple Moorhen, Coot, Black-winged Stilt and Pheasant-tailed Jacana are also recorded breeding here. Raptors, including harriers, eagles, hawks and falcons are also spotted here. The sanctuary also shelters migratory birds such as swallows, martins, wagtails and various waterfowls. It is considered as an important site for ecological research and education.


Marine National Park

Marine National Park in Jamnagar India's first marine sanctuary, the park is situated almost 16 nautical miles away in Great Arabian Sea near Jamnagar and spreads over an area of about 458 km2. Located at about 7 km from the city centre, the park comprises an archipelago of 42 islands noted for their coral reefs and mangroves. It is possible to see dolphins, finless porpoise and sea turtles and a variety of colourful tropical fish. The entire forest have various marine lives. The area also attracts a host of water birds. The best period to visit is October to March. Read more details..


Rozi and Bedi Ports

Rozi and Bedi are two prominent ports along the shores of the mighty Arabian Sea. These attractive seaside picnic spots offer excellent facilities for fishing and angling.

Cremation Park

Cremation park is situated 10 minutes north of the city centre. The park holds statues of saints and deities, as well as scenes from the Ramayana. This is an interesting place to visit. The circle of life showing the stages in life of man is also thought to be evoking.

Jogger's Park

This is the new garden in the city a botanical one is their in the new and modern city area on Palace Road. It is very much used by the daily walkers and joggers of the western part of city area.

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 Jamnagar Dwarka Tour 02 Nights & 03 Days Jamnagar - Dwarka - Jamnagar
Jamnagar Dwarka Tour

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  • Starting Point:
  • Jamnagar

  • Ending Point:
  • Jamnagar

  • Duration:
  • 02 Nights / 03 Days


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 Gujarat Temple Tour 07 Nights & 08 Days Bhavnagar - Palitana - Gondal - Somnath - Porbandar - Dwarka – Jamnagar
Gujarat Temple Tour

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  • Starting Point:
  • Bhavnagar

  • Ending Point:
  • Jamnagar

  • Duration:
  • 07 Nights / 08 Days


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