The distance between these two cities is around 0Kms, and can be reached in approximately .SVR Tours And Travels operates close to 0 buses from Jamnagar to Rajkot. The first SVR Tours And Travels bus starts at , and you can easily access buses till . The lowest fare for these buses starts from Rs.0, and the maximum fare is around Rs.0.
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The princely state of Jamnagar is also referred to as the Jewel of Kaithwar. Situated on the coast of Gulf of Kutch in Gujarat, Jamnagar gives a perfect blend of topographical features including beaches, hills and forest areas. A prominent landmark being the Essar Oil refinery, Jamnagar has rightfully fetched the title of the ‘Oil City of India’. The city is easily accessible by the means of road, rail and air. The private and public Jamnagar bus services make commuting to and from the city very easy. The convenient and regular Jamnagar bus timings provide trouble-free connectivity between major road links like Jamnagar to Delhi, Jamnagar to Rajkot, Jamnagar to Ahmadabad, etc.
Rajkot is located in Gujarat and lies in the center of the Saurashtra region. Rajkot is mainly known for temples, and other tourist destinations like museums and monuments. This city’s cultural and historical importance is proved by various artifacts displayed in the Watson Museum which were collected from the Mohenjo-Daro site. The name Rajkot is associated with Mahatma Gandhi as his ancestral home (Kaba Gandhi’s Gate) is situated here. Some of the attractions here are Dholavaria, Chowrad Beach, Lothal, Surkathada, Piroton Marine National Park, Gir Lion Wildlife Sanctuary and Satpura Hill. Some of the other places to visit in Rajkot are the Aaji Dam, a dam site made during British rule, Race Course and the Rotary Dolls Museum. The popular temples in the city are Ishwariya Temple, Jagat Mandir, Swaminarayan Temple, Panch Nath Mahadeo and Manas Mandir. The Rampara Wildlife Sanctuary is situated near Rajkot and is well-known for its rare species of fauna.