The Dwarkadhish temple, also known as the Jagat Mandir and occasionally spelled “Dwarakadheesh”, is a Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Krishna, who is worshipped here by the name Dwarkadhish, or ‘King of Dwarka’.
Marine National Park
Marine National Park in the Gulf of Kutch is situated on the southern shore of the Gulf of Kachchh in the Jamnagar District of Gujarat state, India. In 1980, an area of 270 km². from Okha to Jodiya was declared Marine Sanctuary.
Dvaraka, is a city and a municipality of Devbhoomi Dwarka district in the Gujarat state of India. Dwarka is one of the foremost Chardham four sacred Hindu pilgrimage sites, and is one of the Sapta Puri seven most ancient religious cities in the country.
Khijadiya Bird Sanctuary
Khijadiya Bird Sanctuary is a bird sanctuary also known as safe haven for birds located in Jamnagar district of Gujarat, India. It has about 300 varieties of migratory birds.
This small palace, on an island in the middle of the Lakhota lake, once belonged to the Maharaja of Nawanagar. This fort-like palace has semi-circular bastions, turrets, a pavilion with guard-rooms housing swords, powder flasks and musket loops. An arched stone bridge with balustrade connects the Lakhota Palace with the town.
Shivrajpur beach located near Dwarka offers its visitors the delight of cool blue sea and smooth white sand. Since it is not a commercialised beach, there is a certain degree of solitude and privacy to this beach, which makes it a favourable destination for families. Another big draw of this beach is that it offers you chances of spotting dolphins and various varieties of birds.
Lakhota Fort a small palace, which was once owned by the Maharaja of Nawanagar, is located on an island in the heart of the Lakhota Lake. This palace with a fort like appearance has semi-circular bastions, turrets, a pavilion housing guardrooms displaying swords, powder flasks and musket loops.
Rozi Port nestled on the shore of Gulf of Kutch and Bedi Port on the Rangamati River, are the two major ports located close to Jamnagar. These are also marked as impressive waterside picnic spots offering excellent facilities for angling and fishing.
This notable Willingdon crescent was constructed under the patronage of Jam Rangit Singh. The structure is comprises of arcades of cusped arches, larger on the ground floor and smaller on the upper storey.
Barda Hills Wildlife Sanctuary
Barda Wildlife Sanctuary is located in Gujarat, India. It is situated approximately 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) from Porbandar and 100 kilometres (62 mi) west of Gir Forest National Park. Previous to its 1979 establishment as a wildlife sanctuary, Barda was a private reserve for Porbandar and Jamnagar. Approximately 4,000 people live in Barda.
Bhujio Kotho enjoys a prominent place amongst the tourists due to its height and structure. It is situated on the bank of the Lakhota Tank, near the Khambhaliya gate. This monument is five-storied and was built for protection during the invasion.
Adinath Mandir Jain Temple
Adinath Mandir of Jamnagar is a famous holy spot for jains that was built in the memory of ‘Adinath’ who was the first Jain Thirthankara. Adinath Mandir is situated approximately 86 km from Rajkot.
Dada Harir Stepwell
Parsi Agyari is also known as fire temple in Jamnagar. This temple is provide various tourist facilities, is the tiny doorway to the Swaminarayan temple, which has a beautiful floor, ceiling and dome.