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Dahej Port

Dahej Port is situated in the Bharuch District, at the junction of Guljaria and the Ban Creek. It lies on the extreme west coast of India and is used by the huge ocean-going marine vessels. Further, the port is also used for handling industrial cargo. This port is just 2 km from the main Gujarat shoreline and has jetties and transit sheds. This is where Narmada River meets Arabian Sea and is view point for visitors to Dahej to visit.

Narmada Mata Temple

This temple dates back to 150 years and is the prime example of architectural masterpiece. The temple architecture is done in pure white. The temple consists in multiple Shikharas or spires sporting small sized red and yellow flags. There’s a small, pellucid lake towards the back of the temple. According to the locals this lake is actually River Narmada’s origin. Devotees make sure to take a holy dip into this lake as they believe that the waters of the lake can purge one of sins and diseases

Ghogha Beach

Situated 20 KMs away from Bhavnagar city Ghogha beach is a place which is very often visited by locals with their family and friends. The golden sand, restless water waves hitting the sand every now and then, the beautiful sunrise and the sunset make this beach a beautiful picnic spot. Natural beauty, peace of mind and happiness is what this beach can provide anyone who chooses to come here nothing else. Another stunning beach in the city is Gopnath beach located 70 KMs away from Bhavnagar. Its stunning beauty will surely leave you mesmerized.

Nilambagh Palace

The city of Bhavnagar is located in the Saurashtra Region of Gujarat. In the heart of this bustling urban is the beautiful Nilambag Palace Hotel. In the year 1879, Maharaja Saheb Takhatsinhji of Bhavnagar commissioned the German architect, Simms to design the Nilambag Palace that for generations has remained the home of the erstwhile royal family of Bhavnagar. An imposing Rajula stone structure, the Palace was constructed with influences of Colonial architecture. Nilambag is a unique amalgamation of regal grandeur and functional magnificence.