Saputara Hill Station
Saputara signifies “the abode of serpents” according to the custom of worshiping the icon of serpent by the tribal individual residing there at the festival of Holi. The town is a hill station located at a height of 1,000 meters in the Dang district of Gujarat and presents a wonderful climate and picturesque perspective of lavish green Dang forests. The reliably charming and alluring view all around attracts a large number of vacationers consistently.
Activities: Boating and wildlife sighting.
Best Places to Visit:
Vansda National Park: Vansda National Park – the wildlife reserve is the major attraction of the region spread over an area of 24 sq km of land and boasts a wide variety of flora and fauna. The Park is a paradise for bird lovers and photographers.
Saputara Lake: The center point of fascination of Saputara Hill station is Saputara Lake. There are a few gardens at Saputara such as the Lake Garden, the Step Garden and the Rose Garden. These gardens are a flawless spot to laze around while on holiday. Boating facility is also available at the lake.
Nageshwar Mahadev Temple: Nagnath is known as Nageshwar Mahadev and draws in a huge number of explorers all round the year. The temple has the icon of the Lord Shiva. The historical center of Saputara is well-kept gallery, which gives the data about the tribes of Dangs.
Sunset Point: Gandhi Shikhar, popularly known as the Sunset Point, is a prominent attraction in the scenic hill station of Saputara. This point offers a stunning view of setting sun.
Saputara Tribal Museum: Saputara Tribal Museum is a brilliant initiative that endeavors at acquainting individuals with the mind blowing legacy of Dang’s local tribes. The historical center has a wide variety of valuable ancient rarities that gives understanding into the rich society and way of life of these tribal individuals.
Other great tourist spots here are: Mahal Forest, Puma Sanctuary etc.
Best Time To Visit: Throughout the year