West India is a traveller’s paradise. The diversity of natural beauty and culture in the states of Gujarat, Maharashtra, and Goa is so distinct in each part that it feels like visiting different countries altogether. The difference in architecture, language, food, attire, and attitude is very prominent.
Walk deep into the past and discover the ruins of the Indus Valley Civilization at Lothal and Dholavira in Gujarat. Also, get a glimpse into the regal past of Gujarat at the 11th century step-wells of Rani Ki Vav and Adalaj Ni Vav. The stone carvings and sculptures decorate the walls of these multi-storeyed structures.
Turn over another page of history at the 4th century sculptures and temples inside the Ajanta and Ellora Caves in Aurangabad, Maharashtra. A UNESCO World Heritage site, the cave sculptures depict the centuries-old traditions and culture of India.
Such brilliance in architecture can also be traced at Bibi ka Maqbara, the Taj Mahal replica built by Mughal emperor Aurangzeb in memory of his deceased mother.
Feel the soulfulness of the birthplace of Mahatma Gandhi at the Sabarmati Ashram in Gandhi Nagar, the state capital.
Walk on the white sands and spend a moonlit night under the stars at the camps in Rann of Kutch. Enjoy the folk music of Gujarat that casts a delightful spell enhancing your experience.
Take a trip down the Bollywood town in the ‘City of Dreams,’ Mumbai. Take a walking tour of Mumbai and find out the classiest movie sets of blockbusters such as Life of Pi, Slumdog Millionaire and Eat Pray Love.
Let your hair down in the party capital of India – Goa. Enjoy a walk along the serene beaches, rent a scooter and ride through the quaint villages, relax by secret waterfalls, explore caves and sweet water lakes or stay at the Goan-Portuguese houses some of which are over 500 years old.
Relax and have an awesome dining experience at the beach and enjoy at the nightlong parties. Goa is most popular around the world for the mind-blowing parties. The spicy culinary treats of Goa are an added bonus that you’ll find enthralling.
The natural abundance in West India is so diverse! From the camels the deserts of Kutch to the tigers at the national parks in Maharashtra, spot the native wild animals of India and the domestic and migratory birds that flock the sanctuaries.
Say ‘Hi’ to the only lions in India at the Gir National Park in Gujarat. See if you can catch a leopard in action against a sambar deer at the Tadoba National Park in Maharashtra.
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