Kolki, a village in the midst of the Moj Dam, Venu-II, a tributary of the Bhadar River and Mauj River is in Gujarat’s Rajkot district. State Highway 97 passes through this village. Lush green fields welcome you as you enter this picturesque village. You could also visit Manavadar, Upleta, Kalavad and Junagadh which are quite near this area.
Places to Stay
There are no lodging facilities in Kolki. Travellers to Kolki prefer booking hotels in Porbandar, which is 80 km away as it is on the coastal line. Some of the comfortable budget hotels here are Hotel Moon Palace (Tariff – Rs.318), Hotel Indraprasth (Tariff – Rs.540) and Hotel Sheetal (Tariff – Rs.424).
The languages spoken in Kolki are Gujarati and Hindi.
The important festivals celebrated in Kolki are Kite Festival in January, Maha Shivratri in February, Holi in March, Ganesh Chaturthi in August-September, Navratri in September-October and Diwali during October-November.
Places of Interest
There are a few places of interest around Kolki. Travellers can visit Moj Dam (12 km), Bhadar 2 Reservior (29 km), Bhayavadar (8 km), Upleta (11 km) and Dhoraji (29 km) away from Kolki.
How to Get There
The nearest airport is the Porbandar Airport, which is 79 km away from Kolki.
There is no railway station in Kolki. Bhayavadar Railway Station, which is the nearest railway station, is 8 km away from this village.
There are frequent buses to Kolki bus station from nearby cities and towns. Tulsi Travels, a private bus operator, runs luxurious buses daily from Ahmedabad and Gandhinagar to Kolki. Avail of bus ticket booking facility on Ticketgoose.com and get a number of discounts.