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Jamnagar Tour Packages

The great Jam Rawal was the founder of the picturesque and princely city of Jamnagar. The beautiful Jamanagar is a city as well as a municipal corporation in the Jamnagar District in Gujarat. Jamnagar got into the spotlight when Reliance Industries, India's largest private company, established the world's largest refinery there. This refinery was built near Moti Khadi village. The city is also famous for and home to Essar Oil, which is another important oil refinery in India.

There are an endless number of beautiful tourist attraction places in Jamanagar. These tourist attraction spots include Lakhota Lake, Dwarka, Solarium, Jumma Masjid, Pratap Vilas Palace, Ranjit Sagar Dam, Dhanvantri Mandir, Bhujio Kotho, Jain Temples, Bala Hanuman, Marine National Park and the list goes on and on. Every year thousands of tourists from every corner of the world and from all over India come and visit the beautiful and picturesque city of Jamnagar.

Jamnagar Tour Packages takes the tourists round the interesting and exciting spots such as the masjids, temples, parks, palaces and lakes. Indian Holiday has designed excellent package tours to Jamnagar, India which will actually help and enable the tourists to visit the best of what Jamnagar has to offer.


Holiday Packages for Jamnagar

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Best of Gujarat

5 N / 6 D

Ahmedabad – Rajkot – Somnath - Porbander – Dwarka – Jamnagar

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Best of Gujarat With Wildlife

10 N / 11 D

Ahmedabad - Bhavnagar – Diu – Gir – Rajkot – Sasangir – Junagarh – Rajkot – Bhuj – Jamnagar – Dwarka – Mumbai

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FAQs about Jamnagar Tours

Q: Where is Jamnagar?

Ans: Jamnagar is situated in the western part of Gujarat. It is a famous tourist place because of its beautiful heritage buildings and palaces. Jamnagar is also an ideal place to explore the coastline that stretches till Dwarka, one of the most important Hindu pilgrimage sites

Q: Why Jamnagar is known as the Oil City of India?

Ans: Jamnagar is known as the 'Oil City' because the world's biggest refinery complex, which belongs to Reliance Industries and a smaller one which belongs to Essar Oil, are located in Jamnagar.

Q: How can we reach Jamnagar?

Ans: Please find the following modes to reach Jamnagar:

By Air- There is an Airport at Jamnagar, which is roughly 09 Kms from the city centre and connected to Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Vadodara & other major cities of India.

By Train- Jamnagar is the nearest railway station, located about four km away. Daily trains from Ahmedabad and other cities of Gujarat run to Jamnagar.

By Road- Jamnagar is connected to other cities like Ahmedabad, Mumbai, Udaipur, Baroda, Rajkot and Bhuj by National and State highways.

Q: What are the famous sightseeing places in Jamnagar?

Ans: Jamnagar is built around Lakhota Lake and an exquisite example of Rajput architecture. Some of the most popular sightseeing places you must visit in Jamnagar are:

Bala Hanuman Temple- The Bala Hanuman Temple is located on the south-eastern side of Ranmal Lake. The temple is remarkable for the incessant 24-hours chanting of the mantra ‘Sri Ram, Jai Ram, Jai Jai Ram’, since August 1, 1964.

Lakhota Talav- Located in the centre of town, which attracts many migratory birds.

Marine National Park- The Marine National Park of Jamnagar is recorded as the first marine sanctuary of India.

The Swaminarayan temple in Jamnagar- It is a very beautiful temple situated at the outskirts of Jamnagar. This place is filled with an air of silence and spirituality at its best.

Darbargadh Palace- The ancient royal palace, Darbargadh (maharajah’s palace) is the most significant historical complex in Jamnagar.

The Pratap Vials Palace in Jamnagar- An outstanding place to visit, which was built during the reign of His Royal Highness Jam Ranjit Singh ji.

Q: How can we get Marine National Park?

Ans: You can reach Marine National Park by water transport for which you have to take a boat from Bedi Port or Nava Port at Jamnagar.

Q: What is the best time to visit Jamnagar?

Ans: The best time to travel to Jamnagar is in winter season as weather remains pleasant and cool from October to March.

Q: What are nearby tourist places we can visit from Jamnagar?

Ans: Jamnagar is a treasure trove of historical monuments and located in the proximity of several other famous tourist sites. Some of the famous sightseeing places which you can visit while touring Jamnagar are:

Rajkot- It is the fourth largest city in the state of Gujarat. It was the capital of the Saurashtra State earlier. This city is also known as one of the fastest growing city.

Dwarka - It is one of the seven most ancient cities of India and considered as one of the Char Dhams of India.

The Gir National Park – Famous for Asiatic Lion.

Somnath Temple- One of the 12 Jyotirlingas located across India.

Kutch- With the Gulf of Kutch in the South and the Arabian Sea in the West, the northern and eastern parts of Kutch are inbound by the great and small Rann of Kutch.

Q: Can we cover Dwarka and Somnath along with Jamnagar?

Ans: Yes, you can visit Dwarka and Somnath along with Jamnagar. Indian Holiday offers an exclusive package which covers these three destinations.

Q: Can we get an accommodation at Jamnagar?

Ans: Indian Holiday can arrange an accommodation at Jamnagar at discounted price. Some of the recommended hotels are Hotel Fortune Palace, Hotel Aram, Lime Tree Hotel etc.

Q: How many days are enough to visit Jamnagar?

Ans: 01 night and 02 days are sufficient to explore Jamnagar.

Q: How far is Dwarka from Jamnagar?

Ans: Dwarka, one of the Char Dhams of India is approx. 140 Kms from Jamnagar and you can customize an itinerary which includes the most famous attractions of Jamnagar and Dwarka.

Q: What do you recommend to purchase in Jamnagar?

Ans: Jamnagar is famous for its Bandhani (tie-dyed) fabrics, embroidery and silver ware. We will recommend you to buy Bandhani Saree, Brass Bangles, Silver Jewellery, Folk dresses, etc.

Q: Why Jamnagar is known as Paris of Gujarat?

Ans: Jamnagar is called the Paris of Gujarat as it has some architecture wonders same as Paris.