Dahej, an all-weather direct berthing multi-cargo port, is a natural deep water port located on the South West coast of Gujarat in the Gulf of Cambay. The town has India’s only Liquid Chemical Port Terminal and underpins Gujarat’s trading expertise. This is also where the Arabian Sea and Narmada River converge, making it a beautiful view for the visitors.
According to a survey conducted by Financial Times Group’s bimonthly magazine, Dahej has earned its relevance as a commercial centre by being one of the 25 best Global Economic Zones. It is thus majorly visited by people on a business tour. Business hotels in Dahej offer a comfortable stay and extend the warmth of the Gujarati culture. If you too are on your business trip and are looking to explore the city, consider visiting Dashashwamedh Ghat, Kala Raam Temple, Swaminarayan Mandir, Bahuchara Mata Temple, Ancient Golden Bridge, among other serene places in Dahej. Big city center, complete with multiplexes and big retail outlets, might also be visited in Bharuch, which is in closer proximity with Dahej. Since Dahej is largely inhabited by Gujaratis and Sindhis, it offers a delectable taste in dishes like paunk, khandvi, undhyoo, Gujarati kadhi, dhabele, chakli, Gujarati kasundi, and the world famous thepla.
Apart from savouring the traditional delicacies and sinking in the mesmerising amalgamation of a sea and a river, you have the option of exploring the additional port facilities which are owned by various private investors, reinforcing the town’s identity as a commercial hub. Dahej also enjoys good connectivity with nearby cities and has much more on offer for the visitors to explore.