Jamnagar city is a favorite tourist spot in India. The place is mainly known for its various heritage buildings, monuments and other places of tourist attractions. The most prominent among them is Pratap Villas Palace and Peter Scott Nature Park. Every year visitors across the world come to this place to enjoy perfect vacation with their families and friends by our attractive package name is Royal Heritage Gujarat Tour Package. The palace was designed following the architectural styles of European pattern with the infusion of Indian carvings with the sole objective of producing unique appeal into the minds of the visitors.
Overall structure of this palace bears clear resemblance to that of Victoria memorial but the domes are based on Indian style. The palace contains total three domes which are made of glass and the entire palace comprises of images of flowers, leaves, creepers, animals, birds along with portraits of royal family members.
Jamnagar is a wonderful place to visit as it offers spectacular views of old age monuments, shrines, sanctuaries, natural parks and other places of utmost interests. There are plenty of things to see in this city. The other most frequently visited tourist spots of the place mainly include Darbar Gadh, Chandi Bazaar, Lakhota Talav, Bhujiyo Kotho , Willingdon Crescent and many more.
In the period between 1907 and 1915 Pratap Villas Palace was come into existence. The credit for establishing this palace goes to late Maharaja Ranjitsinhji and the palace was constructed following the pattern of European architectural style. For the objective of nature conservation Jam Singh during period of 1968 transformed the area of palace garden into a natural park. Jam Singh had introduced different animal species to mark the journey of this newly established national park. Visitors need to obtain the permission for entering into the park and palace from this royal family through applying in the Darbar Gadh office.
Where is it located?
It is based in Jamnagar and is one of the places to visit in Gujarat. It will normally take 316 km to reach the spot from the nearest airport of Ahmedabad via NH 8A. From nearest rail station of Surat the distance is roughly about 531 km to visit this spot of tourist attraction in the country via NH8.