Jamnagar is a district located in the state of Gujarat, India. It is situated on the western coast of the country, overlooking the Arabian Sea. Jamnagar district has a rich historical and cultural significance, along with being an important industrial and commercial center.

The district headquarters is the city of Jamnagar, which is the fifth-largest city in Gujarat. Jamnagar is known for its splendid palaces, ancient temples, and vibrant markets. One of the prominent landmarks in the city is the grandeur of the Jamnagar Palace, also known as the Darbargadh Palace, which showcases a blend of Rajput and European architectural styles.

Khijadia Bird Sanctuary
Pirotan Island
Lakhota Lake
Lakhota Palace and Museum
Bala Hanuman Temple
Lakhota Fort
Pratap Vilas Palace
Balachadi Beach
Ranmal Lake Park
Bhujiyo kotho
Dwarkadhish Temple
Darbar Gadh
BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir
Mazar E Badri
Sasoi Dam
Temple Jamnagar
Ranjit Sagar Dam
Pratap Vilas Palace and Peter Scott Nature Park
Swaminarayan Temple
Nilkanth Mahadev Temple
Pratap Vilas Palace
Gopnath Mahadev
Mahakali Mandir