Gujarat has historical monuments represent the greatreligions
Hindu, Buddhist, Jain, Islamic, Parsee and Sikh.
A wide range of wildlife including the Asiatic lion and Indianwild ass, endangered antelopes, a variety of deer, etc. It has
India’s first marine national park
More than 400 archaeological sites in the state includingsome of the most substantial excavations of Indus Valleycivilization period at Lothal, Surkotada and Dholavira.
The archaeological zone of Champaner - Pavagadh have beenacclaimed by UNESCO as the
“World Heritage Site”
. The Wildsanctuary, Dholavira Harappan City and Rani-Ki-Vav are inthe process of getting status of the World Heritage site.
Medical tourism has high growth potential because of theavailability of high-quality, low cost surgeries.
Poor accessibility to many tourist destinations due to basicInfrastructure bottlenecks
Lack of tourist infrastructure & basic amenities at manytourist destinations
Lack of information about tourist destinations
Unfavourable brand image as a tourist friendly destination.
Lack of Promotional activates
Lack of Investors for Gujarat tourism.
Gujarat upcoming as spiritual “Well being” Tourism.
Sun and beaches which includes water sports and adventuresports.
Cruises theme parks.
Private sector investment opportunities.
Nature tourism urban and rural tourism.
Scope for investment in new ventures.
Joint ventures with private parties.
Cashing in on excellent infrastructure facilities
Competition from South-east Asian countries.
Competition from other state tourism corporations.