Excursions From Porbandar


Excursions from Porbandar, is one of the cherished adventurous activity amongst the tourists. It not only unveils the surrealistic beauty around this port city but also rejuvenates the spirit of the travelers.

Excursions from Porbandar have always been a popular tourist activity. Porbandar, one of the famous ports of India, is surrounded by a number of tourist destinations. The hotels and travel agents housed within the city organize a number of fun tours to these destinations. A number of tour packages to the nearby places are also offered by them.

Excursion Destinations of Porbandar



Barda Wild Life Sanctuary: The Barda Wild Life Sanctuary, located at a distance of 40 km from the city of Porbandar, is a famous tourist destination. Once home to the Asian lions, the sanctuary is now home to some of the endangered species of mammals, reptiles and birds. A number of tours from Porbandar are organized to this abode of Nature through out the year. Visitors coming here can spot a number of wild animals including lions, leopards, crocodiles, chinkaras, chittals (spotted deers), wolves and many rare birds like the spotted eagle and the crested hawk.

Tours from Porbandar can also be made to the following destinations located around Porbandar,
  • Modpar Fort
  • Ghumli
  • Gop
  • Harshad Mata Temple
While planning a trip from Porbandar to any of these aforementioned destinations the people can either avail the bus services arranged by the travel agents in Porbandar or hire private cabs. Some hotels at Porbandar also organize group tours to these destinations.

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Last Updated on 19th January 2013

     


     

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