Dwarka : Original Dwarka believed to be sunken in the sea. Divers till today are researching, after finding the atrifacts from the sea floor. Near by small island is known as Bet Dwarka- You can simply hire a boat from Dwarka to go there.Bet Dwarka is a part mud and part sand beach. However, it's the best place for zoologists. Due to its isolation and relatively limited accessibility by train (booking an overnight train from Ahmedabad is unattractive due to the schedule (as of 2013)), Dwarka is very rarely visited by foreign tourists. It is, however, very popular in the domestic tourist market and has some excellent attractions. Its omission from international guidebooks like Lonely Planet is a serious one. Dwarkadeesh temple is one of the finest in India, and it dominates the city’s small skyline. Sunset point near the Gomti river and its ghats are exceptionally beautiful at all times of day, though perhaps a little risky late at night. Though the city is challenging for the rare foreign tourist, its attractions more than make up for the difficulties faced if you are happy to spend the time getting there. Though it is a very small city, these attractions, along with city’s peaceful feeling and pleasant nearby beaches, mean it is certainly worth a few nights visit.