Places to Visit in Navsari

Dandi Beach

Every Indian knows the significance of Dandi in shaping a path ahead for its independence from the british. The beach a very beautiful place where you can sit by the shore, make sand castles, take a stroll by the coastline or have some fun in the water (safely). It is named so due to its location near the Dandi village where Mahatma Gandhi had started the legendary non cooperation movement against our british overlords. This place serves not only as an important history lesson in the past of India but it is also the perfect spot to spend a day with your family and have some picnic, indulge in beach volleyball, play frisbee or anything else.

Unai Mata Temple

Situated in the village of Unai and mainly popular for its naturally occurring hot water springs or Kunds, this is a very auspicious temple according to Hindu mythology. It is said that once when lord ram called a large number of Brahmins for performing Yagna here. however, there was not hot water resource and to fulfil this particular requirement of the Brahmins lord ram shot an arrow and drew out the hot water from the holy river Ganga for this purpose which is near this temple. The presiding deity here is worshipped in the form of Ushar Ambaji which is said to have been installed by lord ram’s consort Sita Mata.

Andheshwar Mahadev Temple

Situated in the southern end of Gujarat this is one of the most famous temples of Gujarat. Located within the central region of Navsari and Valsad this place is also famous for its delicious and organic production of mango and Chickoos. The temple complex itself is very well kept and sparkling clean and reaching here is not an issue due to the presence of a wide network of roads connecting it to all the major parts of Gujarat. There are gardens that offer a peaceful aura to the visitors and the atmosphere here is very charming and filled with incredible serenity which makes a visit here completely worth it.

Lunsikui Ground

Luncikui ground is a 1.9 mile (4,500-step) route located near Lunsikui, Navsari, India. This route has an elevation gain of about 6.6 ft and is rated as easy. Find the best walking trails near you in Pacer App.

The National Salt Satyagraha Memorial, Dandi

The National Salt Satyagraha Memorial, Dandi, Gujarat, India

The ‘National Salt Satyagraha Memorial’, Dandi, Gujarat, India is conceived as an experiential journey recreating the spirit and the energy of the 1930 Dandi March led by Mahatma Gandhi, and taking the visitors to the Monument step-by-step in order to visualise and understand the history of the iconic Dandi March and the methodology of Satyagraha, which finally led to India’s Independence from the British colonial rule.