- Visit the Lothal site, nominated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a must-see destination for history buffs
- Learn about the southernmost city of the ancient Indus Valley Civilization and explore its Archaeological museum
- Lothal was a vital and thriving trade centre in ancient times, known for trade of beads, gems and metals
- Discover life and culture in the Indus Valley and learn how the area had been a thriving commercial hub
History buffs shouldn't pass up the chance to visit Lothal, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that has been well known for being one of the seats of the Indus Valley Civilization. According to historians, this area was a major trading area, and had the world's earliest dock. Visit its Archaeological Museum to study the ruins and discover some vital artifacts. With the help of your guide, you'll learn about the trade during that era, including the commerce in beads, gems, and other valuable ornaments. Even metallurgy was performed in this area. It's a fascinating world for you to learn about and explore.