Gujarat is a diverse state with strong links to its glorious past. The state is blessed with nature's bounty as it houses pristine lakes, dense forests and scenic hills. Also, Gujarat has a lot to offer under ecotourism. Gujarat's rich cultural background can be seen through its people, museums, monuments, temples and festivals. Though the cities are developing at a fast rate, you can still find a significant trace of tradition and history hidden in them.
You can cover prominent places in Gujarat in a period of 7-10 days. However, you can extend your trip if you are visiting, especially for the Rann Utsav. You can spend 2 days in Surat exploring the city, monuments, lakes, beaches and water parks. Similarly, you can spend a day or two each exploring Ahmedabad, Dwarka, Bhuj, Vadodara and the nearby districts. You can visit prominent attractions like Sabarmati Ashram, Somnath Temple, Statue of Unity among others. Further, you can spend a day at Rann of Kutch trying different adventure activities including camel ride, paramotoring and more. You can end your trip at Saputara hill station exploring the dense forests, camping, trekking and visiting the nearby temples.