Top 8 Things to do in Navsari, India

September 7, 2017 Almeta Stockton

Navsari is a city municipality and the administrative headquarters Navsari District of Gujarat, India. Navsari is also the Twin City of Surat, and only 30 km south of Surat.
Restaurants in Navsari

1. Dandi Beach

Navsari, India
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4.5 based on 34 reviews

Dandi Beach

Reviewed By NIL_MODI - Mehsana, India

Nice Beach. Approx 20-25 kms from Navsari. It has a historical importance also in terms of Dandi Yatra done by Gandhiji Good place for one day picnic.Don't expect full good lunch options at beach. So keep it ready with you. Public transportation available in very limited frequency, Better to go with your own vehicle or hired it from Surat or Navsari. Crowd is very limited and decent. Don't prefer to take bath in sea as water is too sandy..... Kids can enjoy in garden also that is on the beach. overall you can have it once,,,

2. Unai Mata Temple

Navsari 396590, India
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4.5 based on 14 reviews

Unai Mata Temple

This temple is situated near Vadhai , in Tapi District, During vanvas Lord Ram was travelling with Laxman and came to meet Sharbhand Rishi in this area,. Rishi was suffering from Leprosy.Rishi changed his body by his super power and met Lord rama. Laxman came to know his sufferings, He told Rama to make hhim illness free, Lord Rama made fountian with his arrow from Mata Earth and there was hot wat

Reviewed By rohintonmn - Mumbai, India

Situated around 60 kms away from Navsari, this temple is more famous for its hot water spring.There is a small guage train which reaches here from Bilimora but as it is extremely slow, we avoided it. Currently ,(Dec160, this place(hot water spring) is under construction as the picture attached below will show you. Elaborate plans have been made to make this tourist attraction attractive by constructing separate sections for women and men. When we visited, we had the option of asking a lady who would draw the hot water with a rope and a bucket and pour.

3. Desai Atash Bahram

Tarota Bazar, Navsari, India
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5 based on 7 reviews

Desai Atash Bahram

Reviewed By Parinaz P - Mumbai, India

The Desai Atash Bahram (Parsi Agiary) celebrated its 250th anniversary recently. Its one of the oldest religious places of Parsi community in the country. No only does it represents the heritage and the culture of the place, it fire is considered as one of the ‘highest grade’. A Mythic structure that parable’s within the locals as a source safeguarding the city and its people.
Its the place of worship of the Zoroastrian / Parsi’s. And has restricted access, but most non-Zoroastrian locals worship it from the outside for its long standing image of having sacred powers. Few also send logs of sandalwood as an offering for wish fulfillment.
Apart from the myth its a beautiful structure to look at and a heritage structure as it has been standing here since last 250 years. Best time to visit is sunrise - the atmosphere around it is calm, holy and leaves a scent of light sandalwood in the atmosphere. With the golden and brown structure lighting up with the sunrise.

4. First Break Snooker & Pool

6th floor Landmark Mall, Navsari 396445, India +91 90335 73637
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5 based on 5 reviews

First Break Snooker & Pool

Reviewed By ohcal

I was asked if I would like a game of pool....in Navsari
I replied... the game of shooting balls into pockets, a game very similar to snooker. Yes was the reply.
This I had to see with my own eyes.
Arrived at the address, jumped into a wee elevator and when I got out was amazed at the set up while remembering exactly where I was "Navsari"
What a real pleasant surprise.
Very professional, clean and felt incredibly safe.
Really worth a visit

5. Andheshwar Mahadev Temple

Navsari 396310, India
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4.5 based on 6 reviews

Andheshwar Mahadev Temple

Jay Andheshwar Mhadev This temple is dedicated to Lord shiva. It is located in amalsad near bilimora city in Navsari district.

Reviewed By YogTel

This is a good temple of shiv. Many devotees came here to pray God Shiv. During Devdiwali here fair is organised. Location was very attractive and cool. Here you feel peace of mind.

6. Bandar

Bandar Road | Bilimora, Navsari 396321, India
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4.5 based on 5 reviews

Bandar

Bandar is located at Bilimora city 2km far from Bilimora railway station east. Evening time one can spent 1-2 hours for relaxing.

Reviewed By nbbhagodiya - Pune, India

It was port but nowadays the water leval comes down.It is peasunt to move arround bandar which is very near to billimora railway station,situated in western railway.

7. First Dastoor Meherjrana Library

Tarota Bazaar, Navsari 396445, India +91 2637 245 847
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5 based on 2 reviews

First Dastoor Meherjrana Library

Reviewed By Frontiermail - Ghaziabad, India

Established in 1872 and now housed in historic and pretty building it is one of the world’s foremost research institutions for the Zoroastrian religion. The library's oldest manuscript is an Avestan manuscript written in 1323 AD. Some of the other rare books in the collection include 19th century illustrated & lithographed Shāhnāmas and the complete 10 volumes of the Parsi Prakash. There are also manuscripts in Avestan and Farsi language. The library also functions as a Reading room and lending library with books on other subjects.

8. Jamshed Baug

Taparwada Madhumati Colony Depot Rd, Navsari 396445, India +91 2637 232 525
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4.5 based on 2 reviews

Jamshed Baug

Reviewed By Frontiermail - Ghaziabad, India

Built in 1849, the Navsari baug is one the best-kept Parsi dharamshalas in India, with rows of sloping roof-tile topped low buildings standing around a wide courtyard.The architecture is distinct from those found in the Indian sub continent and resemble closely the old architectural style prevalent in China and South east asia. This could be possible due to the extensive trade links Navsari once had with China. Only Parsees can stay here. An old well dug sometime in early 1900s still supplies water to the dharamshala.

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