Gujarat has especially focused on its tourism to attract people from all over the world. Tourism has become so important in Gujarat that various developments and infrastructure has been centred regarding the increase and to boost tourism in the state. When the doors opened for the Sardar Sarovar Dam were opened for the people, hundreds of people started flocking to the site, and that is the reason the government decided to build the tent city for the accommodation of the people. The Narmada Tent City Kevadiya is one of the fastest ways to provide the tourist infrastructure at the site. The tent city became the mother of all hubs and was inaugurated on October 31, 2018. Located just beside the Statue of Unity providing a magnificent view, attracting more tourists to the place. Apart from the comfortable stay, the hub also offers adventure activities, water sports, and ecotourism.

In the initial days of its opening, it attracted a lot of tourists, it has been reported that more than 50 lakh people had visited the place and with everything going back to normal, it is only expected for the numbers to increase. Currently, the tent city Narmada attracts 15000 footfalls daily and is one of the must place to visit in Gujarat. 

It is the world’s tallest statue with 182-meter height and was built at the cost of around ₹3000 Cr. It is about 200 km away from Ahmedabad but has easy roadway connectivity. The statue is taller than the great statue of Buddha in China and the Statue of Liberty.

Inside the Sardar Patel Statue complex, the government has built 3-star hotels, shopping centres, and a research centre. The high-speed elevators take the visitors up to 400 feet of the statue that is up to chest level of the statue. Enjoy the view from the selfie point at the statue. A museum and audio-video gallery are also major points of attraction. The laser light show provides information on the unification of India. 

Two ticket options are available, for adults the price is  ₹350 and for children between 3-15 years is ₹200. With this ticket, you can see the Observation Deck view, Memorial, Valley of Flower, SOU site, Museum and Audio Visual Gallery, and Sardar Sarovar Dam.

Ticket booking timing is open all weekdays from 9 am to 6 pm. Statue of unity entry ticket charges ₹ 120 and ₹ 60 for adults and children respectively. The bus ticket costs ₹30, but is included in the Entry ticket or Observation Deck Ticket.

The Statue of Unity tourism remains open Tuesday-Sunday but remains closed on Monday for maintenance work. It provides a ferry ride facility for visitors. A helicopter ride (₹2900) is also available, which allows the visitors to get an aerial view of Sardar Sarovar Dam and the Statue of Unity. Visitors can enjoy the beautiful view of the Narmada River and the Satpura and Vindhya hills.