Ahmedabad is a bustling metropolis in the historical Indian state of Gujarat. The city still retains an old-world charm amidst its many notable buildings, museums, restaurants, and night markets. The River Sabarmati River splits Ahmedabad into two parts. The eastern side has the old city and the western side has the new city. The destination has plenty of attractions. Besides, there are many quick nearby getaways. We have picked the top 10 here.

Polo Forest

The tranquil Polo forest in Vijaynagar is a paradise for nature lovers and the ones who simply want to unwind in peace and serenity. Mountains surround the forest, while the Harnav River flows through it. Explore the dam near the river and the ruins of the ancient palace, temples, and the royal tank. Better still, enjoy an overnight camping experience in the jungles.

Adalaj Ni Vav

The Adalaj Ni Vav is a Hindu step-well located around 18km south of Gandhinagar in Ahmedabad. The step-well is several storeys deep and reflects intricate carvings of leaves, flowers, birds, and fish. The interior of the well is believed to be around six degrees cooler than the temperature outside.

Indroda Dinosaur and Fossil Park

Dubbed as India’s Jurassic Park, the Indroda Dinosaur and Fossil Park in Gandhinagar is the second largest hatchery of dinosaur eggs around the world. It is the sole dinosaur museum in India and displays many fossilised dinosaur eggs, skeletal parts, and other interesting exhibits concerning the gargantuan animals.

Thol Bird Sanctuary

Bird watchers will enjoy a visit to the Thol Bird Sanctuary in the Mehsana district of Ahmedabad. Spot Sarus crane, the tallest flying bird in the world, and other migratory water birds at this man-made wetland.

Amarnath Dham

The holy Amarnath Dham is located on the banks of the River Sabarmati in Amarapur village, Gandhinagar. Amarnath Dham is a popular attraction and is known for being the first ‘Cave Temple’ in the world. The temple, which is open to devotees year-round, has a nearly 5-feet tall ice ‘shiv-ling’.

Lothal

Lothal is a historical attraction in the Bhal region of Gujarat. It is a famous site of the ancient Indus Valley Civilisation and displays an excellent example of ancient town planning. Make sure to visit the Lothal museum here.

Hathee Singh Jain Temple

This beautiful Jain temple was built in 1848 and is dedicated to the fifteenth Jain Tirthankar – Dharmanatha. The temple has amazing architecture and is the most popular Jain temple in Ahmedabad.

Maniar’s Wonderland

A perfect destination for families, Maniar’s Wonderland is a snow-themed amusement park near Ahmedabad. The amusement park has two sections, Wonderland and Snow Park. You may look forward to exciting activities such as amazing rides and rollers, desert bike rides, and snowball fights here.

Sidi Saiyed’s Mosque

This is a terrific historical attraction. The mosque was built in 1573 and is known for its exclusive intricately carved stone latticework windows, which reflect intertwined trees and foliage designs.

Zanzari Waterfalls

The Zanzari waterfalls is an incredible place. The main waterfall is around 25 feet high and features several rapids. Venture around on foot or enjoy a fun camel ride in the picturesque surroundings before dipping in for a swim.

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