Rajkot Sightseeing

Nyari Dam
Nyari Dam one of the fascinating place of Rajkot and major tourist attraction. Nyari dam is 5kms away from Rajkot. It is an attraction for nature lovers and bird watchers. Nyari Dam is a dazzling place with wonderful splendor. Nyari dam has been made a picnic spot for localities so that they can visit and enjoy the view of the dam.

Lalpari Lake & Randarda Lake
Lalpari-Randarada lakes, one of the most exotic nature spot on the outskirts of the city and popular amongst bird watchers, will be developed as a picnic point by Rajkot Municipal Corporation (RMC). It is a picturesque picnic spot, 5 km away from Rajkot. The lake Lalpari is originally 29 feet deep .While Lake Randarda is 50 feet deep.

Aji River
Aji River is the most important independent river of Saurashtra. The word Aji is derived from Sanskrit (literally meaning mother) ajjiya originating from the hills of Sardhar and Lodhika region, it travels through Rajkot, Padadhari and Morbi Taluka of Rajkot district and meets the Arabian Sea near the village Ranjitpara of Jodiya Taluka of Jamanagar District. It has a beautiful garden, an aquarium, an aviary, a zoo etc. It is an excellent picnic spot, surrounded by small hills.

Khandheri Stadium Rajkot
Khandheri Stadium Rajkot became the Second stadium in India and first stadium in Gujarat Solar powered. M.A Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai is India’s first solar powered stadium. Indian Cricket Captain MS Dhoni inaugurate the solar power plant in the Khandheri stadium.

SCA- Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium, situated 15 kms from the Rajkot city on the road to Jamnagar, has installed 50 KWP solar rooftop system which was inaugurated before the start of the third ODI on 18 October 2015 between India and South Africa. SCA has also plans to put up additional capacity in the near future to pioneer green power generation.