Sirvan (12 km):
A captivating destination for the tourists, this village attracts them for its unique life led by people of African origin retaining their own distinct culture.
Somnath (45 km)
Somnath temple is a highlight of any trip to Gujarat. Also known as Prabhas Patan, Somnath is one of the Dwadasa Jyotirlinga shrines or the 12 temples enshrining Shiva in the form of a Jyotirlingam in the country. One of the oldest places of pilgrimage, the temple finds mention in ancient texts and scriptures.
Satadhar (23 km):
This place is famous for a temple, dedicated to a saint named Appa Gega.
Kankeshwari Mata (25 km):
Situated in Kankai, close to Satadhar, the place is famous for the temple of Kankeshwari Mata
Banej (40 km):
A sacred destination, the shrine of Shiva attracts pilgrims.
Tulsi Shyam Hot Springs (80 km):
Located in the heart of the Gir forest, the beautiful site of Tulsi Shyam is well known for its hot springs and a temple.
Junagadh (65 km)
Located at the base of spectacular Girnar Hills, Junagadh, headquarters of the district of the same name, is an ancient fortified city, rich in myth and legend. A princely state in British India, the place is named after the ‘Old Fort’ which encircled the old city.