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About Lakhota Lake
Lakhota Talav is one of the most wonderful places in Jamnagar. It is also known as the Ranmal Lake and is surrounded by Lakhota Fort, which is situated on an island inside. The lake was constructed by the King of Navanagar, Jan Ranmal II in the 19th century AD. Being right in the middle of the hustle and bustle of the city, the lake stands as the perfect picture of serenity.
Lakhota Palace is situated on an island in the middle of Lakhota Lake in the shape of a large bastion.
The Lakhota Talav has a walking track that allows you to walk around the area and get indulged in the atmosphere that it offers.
The night walks around the area are well known as the lake gets lighted at night making the most beautiful atmospheric venues around.
Lots of resident and migratory birds are another key attraction for the tourists. During the evening tourists can enjoy local food from food stands near Lakhota lake.
Entry Fees For Lakhota Lake
- 10 INR for Indians and 50 INR for Foreigners
Timings OF Lakhota Talav
- Lakhota Lake open from 10:00 AM To 05:00 PM
- Palace & Museum: 10.30 AM – 2 PM & 2.30 PM – 5.30 PM
- Musical Fountain Show: 8.30 PM – 9 PM
- Closed on Every Wednesday
NEARBY ATTRACTIONS OF LAKHOTA LAKE
- Bala Hanuman Temple
- Gaga Wildlife Sanctuary
- Mundra Port
- Marine National Park
- Adinath Mandir Jain Temple
How To Reach Lakhota Talav
Jamnagar is Well Connected by other Cities.