Junagadh, which many people calls as Gujarat’s most vibrant town where great architectural designs plays affectionately with the colorful street culture. The small town is filled with centuries-old architectures, temples, stepwells, caves, and many more monuments that visitors of this town admire about. So, if you are passing by this amazing town or thinking of having a one-day stopover then instead of spending it behind the fours unamusing walls of your hotel room, explore this beautiful city and be dazzled by its natural beauty. With our one-day Junagadh sightseeing tour, visit the famous Mahabat Maqbara, Uparkot Fort, Damodar Kund, and many other architectural beauties of Junagadh.
- Visit to mahabat maqbara
- Exploration of Uparkot fort
- Holy dip in Damodar kund
- Hike up to the spiritual girnar hill
- Visit with family to Sakkarbaug zoological garden
Junagadh Sightseeing Package Itinerary
As per the scheduled venue and timing, you will be asked to gather at the venue 15 mins prior to this journey so that, our representative can brief you about the do’s and don’ts of this journey.
Below is the list of places that you will see in Junagadh.
1) Mahabat Maqbara
Mahabat Maqbara is mostly termed as the heart of this town and is also a perfect example of European-Indian-Islamic architectural style. The most unique part of this architecture is its spiraled steps on the minarets and different sizes of domes. The Maqbara was built by Nawab Mahabat Khan II of Junagadh that very well touches every color of the sky. Many architectures come here to admire the unique beauty of this mosque.
- Pick up and drop off service
- Guided sightseeing tour
- Driver allowance, parking charges etc
- Meals as per itinerary
- Accommodation as per itinerary
- Any expense of personal nature
- Extra charges in case of an emergency
- Shopping, tipping, portage, laundry charges etc
- Monument entrance fees, camera charges etc
- Anything not on the inclusions section
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Q.Who built Mahabat Maqbara?
A. Mahabat maqbara was built by Nawab Mahabat khan the 2nd and the nawabs of babi dynasty who had ruled the erstwhile Junagadh state.
Q.How long is the trek up to Girnar hills?
A. The trek up to Girnar hills is 7 kms long (one side).
Q.How far is Somnath from Junagadh temple?
A. Somnath mahadev temple is about 100 kms away from Junagahd and it takes about 2 to 3 hours to reach.
Q.How long does it take to climb Girnar hills?
A. Climbing the holy Girnar hills takes about 4 to 5 hours to reach. It is advised to take the trip early in the morning.
Q.Why is Junagadh famous?
A. Junagadh is famous for Gir national sanctuary and other pilgrimage destinations.
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