Gir is one of India’s oldest sanctuaries, and is synonymous with the majestic Asiatic lion (Panthera leo persica). The only place in India to see this animal, this park can take legitimate pride in saving an endangered species, which was at the threshold of extinction in the start of the twenty-first century, by providing it a more secured habitat.
Gir Interpretation Zone – Devalia, is a nature reserve in Gir National Park & Wildlife Sanctuary. Located 13 km from Sasan, it comprises of 412 ha chain link fenced area and carved out as a distinct eco-tourism zone. Devalia Park provides whole wildlife experience to tourists and reduces tourist overload from Gir National Park. Sighting of Asiatic lion and other wild animals of Gir are easy, within a short time span and at cheaper charges.
The Somnath temple located in Prabhas Patan near Veraval in Saurashtra on the western coast of Gujarat, India, is believed to be the first among the twelve jyotirlinga shrines of Shiva. It is an important pilgrimage and tourist spot of Gujarat.
Jamjir Waterfalls also known as Zamzeer Waterfalls and is located in Junagadh District in the state of Gujarat. The falls is near Kodinar, the nearest town. This waterfall is considered as one of the biggest falls in Gujarat. The falls is not a safe place for bathing as the force of water that runs down on two different levels in to a pool below is too strong. There is no access to the bottom of the pool.
The main temple is "Shri Kankeshwari Mataji" also known as "Shri Kankai Mataji". Mataji is principal goddess (કુળદૅવી) to many castes in India; Like Vaishya Suthar (Vadhia and Padhiyar), Gurjar Suthar(Panchasara), Bhawsar (bahekar), Uneval Brahmins, Bhadreshwar-Vanza, Borkhetaria-Vanza Vaishya and some other castes. A smaller temple for Bhudarjee Dada, Mataji's brother is erected behind the main temple