1)Which is the best time to visit Gujarat?
The winter season, which is between November and February, is the best time to plan a trip to Gujarat as you can expect the temperature to be pleasant for outdoor activities. If that is not possible, then October too is an enjoyable time to tour Gujarat.
2)How far is Gujarat from Mumbai?
Gujarat is 394kms from Mumbai. The quickest flight is to Surat, which will roughly take you 1hr and 15mins.
3)Which airport serves as Gujarat's main airport?
14 airports are in operation in Gujarat, the main one being Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport (AMD), 9kms from Ahmedabad.
4)Is Gujarat safe for female travellers?
Yes, Gujarat is very safe for female travellers.
5)How many days are required for a vacation to Gujarat?
An 8-day long vacation suits the splendour Gujarat has to offer. However, if you are crunched for time, there are packages ranging from a quick 2 nights and 3 days to a moderate 5 nights and 6 days.
6)What festivals are celebrated in Gujarat?
Gujarat is a land of festivities. Apart from the annual cultural festival, Rann Utsav in the Rann of Kutch, and the grand Navratri celebrations across the state, Gujarat also hosts several fairs throughout the year.
7)Can I go to Gujarat by a cruise or ferry?
No, as of now, there are no cruises connecting other parts of the country to Gujarat.
8)Are Daman and Diu a part of Gujarat?
No, Daman and Diu are a union territory in western India. Gujarat shares its border with the two regions.
9)Is drinking prohibited in Gujarat?
Yes, Gujarat is a dry state. Alcohol is banned here under The Bombay Prohibition Act, 1949.
10)Can I eat meat in Gujarat?
Gujarat is predominantly a vegetarian state. However, there are certain communities that prepare dishes with meat and seafood.