Pirotan Island, Gujarat, India

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About Pirotan Island

Pirotan Island near Jamnagar is the country's first marine national park. Pirotan Island is the more crowded and one of the two islands where tourists are usually admitted. Pirotan has an area of 3 square kilometres. In addition to several crab species, the island is home to sea scorpions, sea snakes, octopus, sea worms, and other aquatic creatures.


How to reach Pirotan Island

By Air

The nearest airport is in Jamnagar, which is 10 kilometres away from Bedi Port.

By Train

The nearest railway station is in Jamnagar and it is well connected to major Indian cities.

By Road

The nearest bus station is 6 kilometres away at Jamnagar from the main city and from here you can hire numerous state transport to reach to this Marine national park Jamnagar – Pirotan.


Things to do Pirotan Island

1. Wildlife attractions

If you are a nature enthusiast then this Marine national park Jamnagar is the best place to explore nature and aquatic life.

2. Photography

Doing photography in the natural surrounding is an amazing activity which you can enjoy here.

3. Shopping in Jamnagar

Jamnagar is one of the best places for shoppers for clothing. Here you can get the fabric, known locally as Bandhani or Bandhej, which is meticulously made in which a simple cloth is linked with threads and coloured to produce numerous designs. However, you can also get Cotton, polyester, and silk textiles which are used to make bed sheets, sarees, stoles, kurta sets, curtains, and other items.

Best time to visit Pirotan Island

The best time to explore the Marine National Park is from late October to late February. You can hire charter boats in Jamnagar for a journey to the Marine National Park.

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Jignesh Gohel ( February 25, 2022 )
Such a beautiful place to explore the marine life which is not easily accessible by general public. You will require to take permission before you visit this island. Good one