your complete itinerary for a weekend getaway in rajkot

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If you want to experience the culture and ethnic richness of Saurashtra, then Rajkot is the place for you. Being the fourth largest city in Gujarat, Rajkot has always been the epicenter of Kathiawari culture and festivals. There are many tourist places to visit in Rajkot ideal for weekend trips. The city is known as “Rangilu Rajkot” or “Colourful Rajkot” as people here like to enjoy themselves to the fullest by engaging in cultural festivities. Rajkot is also well-known for Chitra Nagari which is a part of the Local Government’s initiative to decorate city walls with paintings. The bursting, sprawling city is one of the most enthralling and rustic ones in Gujarat as it surely has its share of memorable attractions. Here, is a list of places to visit near Rajkot during a day-long trip with family and friends. These are cool places to hand out on weekends.

Ram Van: Ram Van, the urban forest, was inaugurated by Gujrat’s chief minister on 17th August 2022 in Rajkot. This is one of the best places to Visit in Rajkot to enjoy a relaxing day trip. You can find more than 60 thousand trees of around 50-60 different species here.

Chotila: Chotila is a small village located in the Gujarat region of India. It is situated on a plateau, surrounded by hills and valleys. The village is home to several temples, including the famous Chotila temple, dedicated to the deity Lord Vishnu. The temple is said to be over 1000 years old and is one of the most important pilgrimage sites for Hindus.

Pradhyuman Park: If you want to experience nature, then you must visit Pradhyuman Park Zoo. It is located near Lalpari Lake; this park is sprawled across an area of 137 acres. Park is surrounded by 2 lakes – Lake Lalpari and Lake Randarda with scenery that will mesmerize you with its breathtaking views.

Mahatma Gandhi Museum: Kaba Gandhi No Delo is where Mahatma Gandhi spent his childhood. Mahatma’s paternal home has been converted into Gandhi Smriti. It is a museum that showcases the Mahatma’s life through photographs. So for everyone interested in experiencing the early years of Gandhi and understanding how he lived, this is a great experience.

Watson Museum & Jubilee Garden: One of the oldest museums in Gujarat, Watson Museum is located in the Jubilee Garden area of the city. The museum houses many artifacts from the Jadeja Rajput Dynasty of Rajkot. The museum preserves the rich culture and heritage of Rajkot and has a library too. Students get additional discounts

The Imperial Palace, Fortune Park JPS Grand, Patria Suites, and Sayaji Rajkot are some of the best hotels that will make your stay here worth it.



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