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.
|Junagadh Holiday Packages||No. of Days||Tour Price|
|Junagadh City Sightseeing Tour||Same Day||₹ 3,500/-|
|Somnath Dwarka Nageshwar Tour||3 Nights / 4 Days||₹ 8,500/-|
|Gujarat Tour Package by IRCTC||11 Nights / 12 Days||₹ 40,000/-|
1 Day / Full Day
4 Days / 3 Nights
12 Days / 11 Nights
9 Days / 8 Nights
Q.Where Can I Go With Kids In Junagadh?
A. Girnar Hills, Gir National Park, Mahabat Maqbara, and Sakkarbaug Zoological Park are some places in Junagadh that can be visited with kids.
Q.Is Junagadh Worth Visiting?
A. Yes. Junagadh is very tourism-friendly and definitely worth a visit, especially due to the presence of numerous historical sites.
Q.How Can I Commute Within Junagadh?
A. There are many taxis and auto-rickshaw services available connecting various places in Junagadh from the inside.
Q.What Can I Shop For In Junagadh?
A. You can buy loads of edible items like spices, pickles, etc. you can also buy jewellery items, trinkets, home decor products, and many more souvenirs.
Q.What Happened To The Nawab Of Junagadh?
A. The Nawab of Junagadh had been exiled to Pakistan and the Junagadh family now resides in the Junagadh at Karachi Pakistan.