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Lakes and Rivers in Jamnagar

Picturesque in her natural beauty, the very essence of the city of Jamnagar can only be summed up by the use of the term "pure elegance". Clean and beautifully maintained, the various lakes and rivers in Jamnagar offer a sight that provides relief to sore eyes tired by the daily rigors of our mundane lives. 

If you plan a trip to Jamnagar, be prepared to be mesmerized by the picturesque lakes and rivers of Jamnagar, which have grown to be some of the most popular tourist attractions in Jamnagar.

History of Lakes and Rivers in Jamnagar 

Almost the entirety of the origin story of the city of Jamnagar can be attributed to the presence of the various Lakes and rivers of Jamnagar. It is said that the city of Jamnagar grew up along the banks of the River Rangmati, which, even today, appears to be one of the essential lifelines of the city of Jamnagar.

Today the various lakes and rivers of Jamnagar can also prove to be a haven for budding ornithologists, as various species of birds often use these lakes and rivers as their home. These are also inclusive of some extraordinary species of migratory birds who take shelter in the warm ambiance of these water bodies of Jamnagar to escape from the bitter cold of their own countries of origin.

Lakes and Rivers in Jamnagar

If you are planning a tour to Jamnagar in Gujarat in India, here are some of the main lakes and rivers in Jamnagar which can prove to be extremely charming pieces of tourism while on a trip of travel to Jamnagar:

  • Ranmal Lake, Jamnagar


  • Rangmati River, Jamnagar


Let’s discuss them in detail.

  • Ranmal Lake

The lake is lined with trees and is surrounded by a fence with many gateways. Some features of Ranmal Lake that attract tourists are -

  • A running track
  • A recently opened history museum on the lake’s east side
  • A mid-19th century Lakhota Palace
  • An island fort in the middle of Ranmal Lake with a museum holding weapons, manuscripts, and pottery from the 9th to the 18th centuries.
  • Rangmati River

A soul-soothing site in Jamnagar, the Rangmati River is a charming river that attracts tourists visiting Jamnagar. It has a rich history and heritage, and on your tour to Gujarat, you cannot miss this attraction. The lake is maintained quite well and is a sight for sore eyes.

If you want to explore more places in Jamnagar, contact Indian Holiday. We offer customizable tours to Gujarat that cover Jamnagar attractions on private guided tours. Meals and stays are included in the package to ensure a hassle-free holiday experience.


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