Bhait Dwarika, Dwarka
Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
An island near the mouth of Gulf of Kutch, Bhait Dwarika once formed part of the ancient city described in the epic "Mahabharata." While taking a boat from Okha, you will see seagulls and spot fish, and, possibly, dolphins. On the island, monkeys roam around Dwarkadish Temple, a major shrine dedicated to Krishna. Water sports and picnic areas area are also available here. Put Bhait Dwarika into our Dwarka vacation trip planner and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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it is really wonderful to visit lord krishna house ,it is accesssible by boats easily available from the jetty,very holy place
It was fun riding on boat to island town of bhait Dwarka (Gujaratis pronounce it as Bet Dwarka). Temple is closed from 1 P.M to 5 P.M so plan your journey accordingly. Boats are available at 20 min in... read more »
It's 2km away from okha port ,lot of boats are avaiable rs20.It's 20 min boat ride to access the island .Temple inthe island is very nice.lot of small mandir inside the the island ,one can acess using... read more »
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