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PBD Airport Address
NH 8B, Porbandar, Gujarat 360575, Porbandar
Contact Number:-  0286 222 2234
IXR Airport Address
Airport Road, Khokambatoli, Hinoo, Ranchi, Jharkhand 834002, Ranchi
Contact Number:-  0651 645 0327
The birth place of Mahatma Gandhi, Porbandar is a beautiful beach town with some temples and dams, and is now also a popular trading hub. The coastal city with a significant event in its history is a tourist destination which modestly offers a number of attractions. Apart from the haveli where Gandhiji was born which has now been converted into a temple, there are a few more temples, dams, reservoirs, serene beaches and wildlife spots as well to add to your experience in Porbandar. It attracts pilgrims with temples such as the Sudama Mandir, Bharat Mandir, Ram Dhoon Mandir, Hanuman temple and more.
Things to see & do
Best time to visit - Throughout the year is the best time to visit Porbandar. The town is pleasant throughout the year and you will find Porbandar equally welcoming around the calendar
Once identified as the summer capital of Bihar, Ranchi was also known to be a hill station during the British rule owing to its altitude of 2140 feet, umpteen waterfalls plummeting from pretty hills and the ever so pretty winding rivulets. The city is now the state capital of mineral-rich state Jharkhand and takes immense pride in accounting for the 40 percent of the country?s total mineral reserves. Other than this, the city is bestowed with emerald green forests adding to the natural serenity, tranquillity and nature?s bliss. There’s little of interest here for travellers, but the city acts as a gateway to Betla (Palamau) National Park, and there are numerous waterfalls you can visit in the surrounding countryside. The region is known for its tribal heritage, and exhibits at the Tribal Museum include musical instruments and jewelry from the state’s many tribes.
Nice to know - Ranchi is the capital of the Indian state of Jharkhand, and is the 3rd most populous city of the state.
Things to do
Jul-Mar is the best time to visit Ranchi
Ranchi has sub-tropical climate i.e, extremely hot in summers and cool in winters. Though Ranchi can be visited anytime during the year, the number of tourists drop in May-June due to the extreme heat in the region.
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