Saputara Hill Station - Things to Know Before Visiting
Saputara, Gujarat 394720, India
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About Saputara Hill Station
Saputara Hill Station is a small hill station located in Sahyadris. Saputara is the only hill station in Gujarat located in Dang district. Saputara is situated at an altitude of 1000 meters in the forests of Sahyadri ranges on the outskirts of Maharashtra. It is a rocky region and the maximum temperature remains near 30 ℃ even in summer.
Attractions Near Saputara Hill Station
the garden and Bio-Diversity Conservation center have a wide range of native and exotic plant samples from which you can learn to identify plants, learn how they are used for food and medicine, and how much we depend on them. There is a nature education trail which leads you to and from Vansda Park. You might not find people to welcome and orient you, but there is plenty of written information about the plants posted around the center. The garden is open from 8am-6pm and entry is free.
Pampa lake near village Jarsol, around 6 km from Shabaridham, is a fresh water lake on the banks of river Pampa. Mythological belief is that Matang Rishi, guru of Shabarimata, established his ashram on the banks of Pampa lake.
Vansda national park is a protected area which represents the thick woodlands of the Dangs and southern Gujarat and is situated in the Vansda tehsil, Navsari District. Established in 1979 as a National Park, the deciduous forest area having groves of "Katas" bamboo owes its beauty to no felling of trees since 1952. Nestled in the Western Ghats of Sahyadri range, it has a unique flavor of flora and fauna population. some of the other attractions include local tribes, "Gira Falls", and more.
Located on a hill called ‘Chamak Dungar’ off 4 km from village Subir on Ahwa-Navapur road, this temple of Shabarimata is a place where Lord Rama met Shabari, a Bhil woman. Legend goes that Shabari offered tasted berries to Lord Rama at this place. Three stones on which Lord Rama, his brother Laxman and Shabari are said to have sat are still worshipped.
This is a hill station in the Valsad district of Gujarat. It stands in a densely forested region close to the Pangarbari Wildlife Sanctuary. It is one of the few hill stations in the world from which it is possible to glimpse the sea. The Wilson Hills are popular during the summer months as it enjoys a cooler and less humid climate than the surrounding area.
Mangitungi is a prominent twin-pinnacled peak with plateau in between, located near Tahrabad near Nashik. There are numerous temples and is considered sacred in Jainism.
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Discover More Attractions in Dang, Where Saputara Hill Station Is Located
The District is a part of the Eastern Hilly Region . In common parlance, the word 'dang' means a hilly village. The main language spoken in this district is Konkani and 98% of the population belongs to one of the scheduled tribes.