The District of Jamnagar's current boundaries are the result of a series of reorganisations of the District's territorial limits. The District was created for the first time in 1948 and it was described as Halar then by the Government of Saurashtra. The district of Jamnagar is located in the northwest corner of Gujarat State's peninsula, also known as Kathiawar or Saurashtra. On the Gulf of Kutch coast in the Indian state of Gujarat, Jamnagar, also known as the Jewel of Kathiawar and the Paris of Saurashtra, is a city. It has unspoiled Islands, beaches, hills, temples, palaces, forests, marine sanctuaries with fantastic bird life, and a marine national park with fascinating corals and marine life. With all these features, Jamnagar is a good location for the development of tourism. The major bauxite producer in the State is Jamnagar.
The ideal time to visit Jamnagar is in the winter. This season runs from October until January. The climate in February is considered to be mild. The seasonal maximum temperature is around 32 C, while the seasonal low is about 12 C.