About Junagadh Holidays - Junagadh district in Gujarat is settled on the foothills of Girnar Hills which is 355 kms away from the city of Ahmedabad and the state capital of Gandhinagar. Atlas Travel brings to you some of the bestselling Junagadh Tour Packages for a more wholesome and immersive experience. Literally translated to ‘old fort’, Junagadh is all about history, spirituality, and a network of intricate ecosystems and unique biodiversity. It is a good idea to visit Junagadh for its rich past that has helped shape its progressive present era.
Walk through the lanes and bylanes which were once walked on by greats, sages, and saints and paint a whole new picture of this iconic historical town with Atlas Travel. Mainly famous for being one of the best national parks in India, Gir National Park, Junagadh is frequented by adventure lovers, avid photographers, and wildlife enthusiasts. Book a holiday in Junagadh with Atlas Travel for an experience like never before.
Popular Junagadh Tour Packages
Junagadh Holiday Packages
No. of Days
Junagadh City Sightseeing Tour
Somnath Dwarka Nageshwar Tour
3 Nights / 4 Days
Gujarat Tour Package by IRCTC
11 Nights / 12 Days
Located in the Saurashtra region of the westernmost state of India, Junagadh is famous for its forts, cultures, delicious food, and humble welcoming locals.
The history of Junagadh dates back to centuries ago, to the time when it had caught the attention of invaders and emperors for its fertile land and settlements that go as far back as the beginning of civilization in the world.
A complete Junagadh tour package curated by Atlas Travel includes visits to old forts, experiencing the interesting cultures, and walking through the land which is the melting pot of civilizations.
A Junagadh tour plan by Atlas Travel will include not only a visit to all the historical sites in Junagadh but will also cover interesting places you wish to visit in Gujarat like the statue of unity, Dwarkadhish Temple, Somnath Mahadev Temple, Dwarka beach, and many more.
Best Time to Visit Junagadh
Planning a trip to Junagadh is best when you know when to go. The best time to visit Junagadh is during the winter months of October to March. During these months the climate remains comfortable enough to go out sightseeing and check out interesting and famous sightseeing destinations.
The temperature ranges between 20 to 28 degrees Celsius which is the perfect condition to go out with your family and loved ones for a fun day out, hikes, and exploration expeditions to Junagadh tourist places.
Now that you know the best time to visit Junagadh you should also be aware of the worst time to visit Junagadh. Located in the tropical region this place experiences scorching and very intense summer months.
This makes sightseeing and checking out famous tourist places almost impossible because the sun beats down relentlessly. It gets very uncomfortable during this time.
How to Reach Junagadh
The ancient city of Junagadh is all about visiting historical sites, interesting sightseeing destinations, and wondrous creations. Here is how to reach Junagadh depending on your plans:
By Road: In order to reach Junagadh by road, you will first of all need to make your way to Gujarat. Junagadh is very well connected through a network of roadways to the nearby and far-off towns of Gujarat like Bhuj, Bhavnagar, Dwarka, Somnath, Rajkot, etc.
There are several states and public buses connecting Junagadh to these places making commuting easy and more convenient.
By Train: Trains are one of the most pocket-friendly and reliable ways of getting to Junagadh. Most of the people make their way to Junagadh from the remotest parts of India with the help of trains.
Junagadh junction station is the closest railway station to this place and caters to trains from places like Mumbai, Pune, Thiruvananthapuram, Jabalpur, etc. the station is located about 1 kms away from the city center.
By Flight: Junagadh doesn’t have an airport of its own. Junagadh tourism is made easy with the help of Keshod Airport which is the closest airport to Junagadh and is located at a distance of about 40 kms from the main city Centre.
Domestic flights from places like Mumbai are available at this airport. People also choose to reach Gujarat first by flight since it is very well connected through direct flight routes connecting a number of Indian cities and states.
Places to Visit in Junagadh
Being a historical ancient town, there are several sightseeing locations here. Check out these must-visit places that are included in most of the Junagadh holiday packages.
Mahabat Maqbara - This is one of the first visited places in a Junagadh tour plan by Atlas Travel. Built during the 1890s this stunning, fairytale-like monument is a mausoleum dedicated to a Nawab of Junagadh.
Uparkot Fort - This is one of the grandest monuments and a must visit place in Junagadh. Originally built by the Mauryan rulers during the 3rd century, the fort is located right in the heart of the city.
Adi Kadi Vav - Located inside the Uparkot Fort, Adi Kadi Vav is 2 immaculate, well preserved, and unique step wells. The unique thing about this step well or Vav is the fact that instead of being dug up and built into the ground, it is built above the ground.
Girnar Hills - These hills are considered extremely sacred by both Hindu and Jain believers. The 9,999 steps lead up to the peak and the entire pilgrimage route is dotted and lined with temple complexes and intricately carved out shrines.
Gir National Park - Gir has to be on one of your Junagadh city tour packages due to its unique value. This scrubby grassland region is the only and final home to the Asiatic lions which are only found here and nowhere else in the world.