Dwarka is a very old city alongside the sea. During the Dwapar era this place was the capital of Lord Krishna. For sightseeing buses services are available. During the bus tour, tourists will first visit the Dwarakabish Temple. People from different states come here to worship. This temple is 170ft high and the ornamental work of the 70 pillars is marvelous. The prime god of this temple is Lord Krishna. The temple remains close from 12pm to 4pm. On the bed of the river Gomti is the Shankaracharya’s Sarada Temple. Among the other temples there are Iskon Temple, Bhadrokali Temple and Rukmini Debi’s Temple. 32kms away from here is the Bet Dwaraka Island where the historical capital of Lord Krishna lies which can be reached by a boat. Though most part of this island went under the sea but few temples and old architectures still exist. Tourists will have to travel to Okha from Dwaraka and from there they will get boats to reach the Bet Dwaraka Island. 17kms away Nageshwar Temple and 21kms away Gopitalao are also attracts tourists. It takes one day to thoroughly see Dwaraka. Car and auto services are also available.
It is the celebration of the birth of Lord Krishna. Devotees celebrate it with feasts and dances after the whole day fast. People go to temples, especially of Lord Krishna which are decorated for this day. This is celebrated in the month of August/September, is one of the major festival of Dwarka.
Jamnagar airport is the nearest domestic airport, which is 137 km from Dwaraka.RAIL
The railway station of Dwaraka is located in the Ahmedabad - Okha rail route and is linked to other main railheads of Gujrat and neighbouring States.ROAD
State highway connects Dwarka with Okha and Jamnagar. Buses / cars are available for a travel to Dwarka, Gujarat.
Dwarka is 137 km from Jamnagar, 378 km from Ahmedabad and about 217 km from Rajkot.