Best places to visit in surat
Gujarat, a state in western India, has a significant city called Surat by the Tapi River. It is also recognised as the largest diamond manufacturing hub in the world, housing more than 5,000 diamond manufacturing facilities, including the most sophisticated, huge diamond cutting factories.

Dumas Beach

Dumas Beach, Surat

In South Gujarat, it is a well-liked tourism spot. Dumas Beach has earned a reputation as one of India's top 35 haunted locations. Folklore has it that Dumas Beach, famous for its black sand, is haunted since it used to be a Hindu cremation site.

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Surat Castle

Surat Castle, Surat

In 1540, Sultan Mahmud III had this castle built with extra strength for protection against Portugese raids. It is now filled with government offices, but you can go up to the top for a marvelous view of the city and Tapi river.

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Suvali Beach

Suvali Beach, Surat

The sound of the gentle waves washing along the shoreline can be heard clearly due to the beach's tranquil location. A mile-long black sand beach can be found there.

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Sarthana Nature Park And Zoo

Sarthana Nature Park And Zoo, Surat

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Dutch Cemetery

Dutch Cemetery, Surat

The Dutch as well as Armenian cemeteries at Surat are situated in a locality known as 'Gulam Falia' near the mail road leading to Katargam Gate. The Dutch tombs are of various sizes and shapes, but the one that excels all the rest in magnificence is the grandiose mausoleum of Baron Adrian Van Reede...

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Sneh Rashmi Botanical Garden

Sneh Rashmi Botanical Garden, Surat

Sneh Rashmi Botanical Garden” is located on the bank of the Tapi river in Surat. Surat – the industrial hub of Gujarat, also has a pleasant and green side to it.

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British Cemetery

British Cemetery, Surat

The cemeteries have been declared as protected monuments, but they still show signs of deterioration, both from natural weathering and from human visitors.

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Kilad Nature Education Campsite

Kilad Nature Education Campsite, Surat

This education center is in the south east part of the park along the Ambika river. It is located at the Dang Forest Division on the way to the Waghai Botanical Garden. It offers visitors a unique and exciting opportunity to stay in the forest and make friends with it. After an evening campfire under the stars you can spend the night at the center

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Vir Narmad Sarswati Mandir

Vir Narmad Sarswati Mandir, Surat

Poet Vir Narmad (1833-86), author of ‘Jai Jai Garvi Gujarat’ and some other famous Gujarati poems, lived in this quaint house built in 1866, now restored as a memorial. Narmad actively advocated a single national language, self-governance and created literary works that sparked off an era of social reform. During the freedom struggle, freedom fighters and artists used to gather here.

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