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West India

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West India Travel Guide

West India Travel comprises the states of Goa, Gujarat, and Maharashtra along with the Union Territories of Daman and Diu and Dadra and Nagar Haveli. Geographically diverse, Western India is bounded by the mighty Thar Desert in the northwest, the Vindhya Range of mountains in the north and the Arabian Sea in the west. A major portion of Western India shares the Deccan Plateau with South India. Bordering the Pakistani province of Sindh, Gujarat is India’s westernmost state.

Stretching out into the Arabian Sea, West India’s varied terrain ranges from dense forests to salt marshes to a long coastline that is home to ancient sea-ports and some of the most unique marine species. Gujarat is famed for its historic capitals, Jain temples, Asiatic Lions, Bird watching, stepwells, old city character, archeological sites and many architectural masterpieces. Traditional artisans in colourful tribal villages create splendid textiles, and wonderful art and crafts. This is the home state of Mahatma Gandhi – the undying legacy of his life and work can be seen everywhere.

Maharashtra, spanning west-central India, though perhaps best known for its fast-paced capital Mumbai and the Bollywood film industry, is also a land of great culture, history, natural beauty and tourist places in Maharashtra are home to phenomenal British-era architecture, prehistoric rock-cut cave temples, daunting forts, tombs, beautiful temples and pilgrimage spots, lovely wildlife parks, unspoiled beaches, and verdant hill-stations.

Tiny Goa, with an uninterrupted coastline stretching along the Arabian Sea and the emerald glory of the UNESCO World Heritage Site Western Ghats, is especially unique for how it preserves its Indo-Portuguese legacy – seen today in its exquisite heritage areas, tropical spice plantations, elegant casas and tile-shaded cottages, laid-back fishing villages, superb cuisine, tireless celebration, sleepy siestas, and a wild exuberance for life. Discover the best beaches in Goa and beach resorts in North Goa and South Goa on your travel to Goa.

Popular West India Tour Packages

Popular Tourism Cities in West India

Maharashtra

Ahmednagar

Top things to do in Ahmednagar:

Rehkuri Blackbuck Sanctuary
Ahmednagar Fort
Pimpri Gawali Model Village

Aurangabad

Top things to do in Aurangabad:

Ajanta, Ellora & more Caves
Chhatrapati Shivaji Museum
Bibi ka Maqbara

Mumbai

Top Places to visit in Mumbai:

Colaba Causeway
Chowpatty (Beach) Hopping
Film City

Nagpur

Places to visit in Nagpur:

Waki Woods
Dragon Palace Buddhist Temple
Narrow Gauge Rail Museum

Shirdi

Tourist attractions in Shirdi:

Shri Sai Baba Temple
Shani Shingnapur
Sai Heritage Village

Gujarat

Ahmedabad

Top things to do in Ahmedabad:

Sabarmati Ashram
Shri Swaminarayan Temple
Lal Darwaza

Bhuj

Tourist attractions in Bhuj:

White Desert
Kutch Desert Wildlife Sanctuary
Kutch Fossil Park

Dasada

Top things to do in Dasada:

Little Rann of Kutch Wildlife Sanctuary
Rani-ki-Vav Stepwell
Deccan Odyssey – Luxury Train Experience

Gondal

Tourist Attractions in Gondal:

Royal Garages Vintage Cars
Naulakha Palace
Bhuvaneshwari Ayurvedic Pharmacy

Kevadiya

Top things to do in Kevadiya:

Statue of Unity
Sardar Sarovar Dam
Boating Jungle Safari and Bird watching

Mandvi

Top things to do in Mandvi:

Shipbuilding Yard
Kutch Great Indian Bustard Sanctuary
Rann Of Kutch

Sasan
Gir

Top things to do in Sasan Gir:

Gir National Park (Asiatic Lions)
Gir Museum
Somnath Temple

Sayla

Places to visit in Sayla:

Navlakha Temple Sejakpur
Nalsarovar Bird Sanctuary
Wildlife Tour

Utelia

Top things to do in Utelia:

Utelia Palace
Lothal – an ancient Indus Valley Civilization site
Natural Hot Sulphuric Spring

Goa

Top things to do in Goa:

Portuguese Cultural Influences in Goa, India
Beaches, beaches and more Goa beaches
Basilica Of Bom Jesus

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