Flora - Fauna
At 1600 km, Gujarat shoreline is the longest of India’s nine seaside states. People who are spending more time in exploring the historical landmarks of Gujarat, beaches can be a refreshing break.
Beaches of Gujarat are sprinkled with many temples as well. Somnath temple and Koteshwar Temple in Gujarat are located next to the shore. The wind blows through the trees onshore, tapping and clicking the leaves together, while the sound of chanting mantras float from the nearby Hindu temple. Underwater life in Gujarat is as exciting and interesting as its landscapes. The glorious Gujarat houses the first national marine park of India on the Jamnagar coast. Marine Park is home to 53 species of coral including forty-two species of hard coral and ten species of soft coral.
The best time to visit Gujarat beaches is between October to May. The existence of forts and monuments makes beaches of Gujarat exciting places visit in the state. For those want to see the other side of Gujarat that is more relaxing, rejuvenating and thrilling then they should visit the beaches of the state.