Explore Gandhinagar: The Tree Capital Of India!

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Gopika VC

Gandhinagar has zoos, botanical gardens, national parks, and many peaceful spots. This place is peaceful and joyful due to its proximity to the Sabarmati River.

This Gujarati temple attracts many Hindu pilgrims throughout the year. The temple complex can hold more pilgrim travellers due to its huge size.

Baps Akshardham Temple


This place is known for its Hindu-style architecture. Therefore, if you respect and enjoy creative virtuosity, you will love this site.

Adalaj Stepwell


Gandhinagar's Dandi Kutir museum is amazing. While constructing this museum, Mahatma Gandhi's ideals and policies are embodied. The museum is open from 10:30 am to 5:00 pm.

Dandi Kutir


Many non-religious persons visit this temple complex for spirituality and peace. The temple's centrepiece fountain attracts tourists.



You may enjoy the city's landscape, environment, and biodiversity in Deer Park. The park has food and drinks so you can stay as long as you like.

Deer Park


The garden is large enough to relax with loved ones. For gardening enthusiasts, you can take some wonderful ideas from the place to make yours more lovely.

Botanical Garden


It's design makes it stand out in the city. The fountain draws domestic and international tourists. The fountain's LED lights enhance its overall beauty.

Kishan Bhavan Fountain


Whether you appreciate nature or not, this site will appeal to you visually. It's called "Jurassic Park of India."

Indroda Nature Park


You can experience Hindu mythology with a water laser exhibition here. This is an inescapable experience, even if you are not that fond of Hindu mythology.

Laser Show at Akshardham


Family and friend groups often go to this place when they are in the city. There is a lot of space around the dams, so you can take some time to relax with them.