Kunkavav, a small village in Gujarat’s Amreli District is known for its temples and lakes. Those visiting this village can relax in the surrounding meadows and fields which provide ample shade for those passing through the region, which is also an ideal place to plan a picnic. A few of the nearby cities include Savarkundla, Lathi, Amreli and Rajula. State Highways 110 and 104 converge at Kunkavav.
Places to Stay
There are no hotels in Kunkavav. However, travellers to this village can book comfortable accommodation in Junagadh, about 80 km away. The hotels here are Hotel Vishala (Tariff – Rs.350), Hotel Sapphire (Tariff – Rs.678) and Hotel Shree Paramount (Tariff – Rs.475).
The official language spoken in Kunkavav is Gujarati.
The festivals celebrated in Kunkavav are the 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 sightseeing locations around Kunkavav. These are Najapur Dam (13 km), Munjiyasar Lake (22 km), Barvala Bavisi (11 km) and Ankadiya Gam Lake (17 km) away from Kunkavav.
How to Get There
The nearest airport is in Diu which is 136 km away from Kunkavav.
Kunkavav Railway Station is 4 km away from the main village centre.
Kunkavav is well connected by a wide network of state-run and private buses from neighbouring towns and districts. There are private bus operators such as Jay Khodiyar that run buses daily from Surat and Bharuch to Kukavav. TicketGoose.com provides online bus tickets booking facility for travellers visiting their favourite destinations.