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Tourist Places Around Saputara

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Botanical garden
The Botanical garden (49 kms. from Saputara) is a large 24-hectare garden with 1,400 varieties of plant from all over India. The amateur nature lover can marvel at different varieties of bamboo like the Chinese Bamboo, Golden Bamboo, and Beer Bottle Bamboo etc. and enjoy strolling along the beautiful walkways each lined with different species of tree.
 
Gira waterfalls
The Girawaterfalls (49 kms. from Saputara) is located off the Saputara-Waghai road which emerges from the Kapri tributary. It is a breathtakingly beautiful view around monsoon. The seasonal (only after rains) falls are among the most picturesque sights in the district. Located about 3 km from Waghai town, the waterfall has a 30 meters natural drop into the Ambikariver. It is open to public and accessible by jeeps on hire. It is an absolutely must-see from June to November.
 
Mahal Forest
The Mahal Forest (68 kms. from Saputara) is one of the dense forests in Gujarat and has rich wild life. Tourists require special permission from forest department to visit Mahal Forest, which is open for the tourist during specific time during the year. The main attractions of this region are Purna sanctuary and Girmal falls.
 
Unnai Mata Temple & Hot Spring
The Unnai Mata Temple & Hot Spring (68 kms. from Saputara) is located near Waghai. Visitors can bath in the hot spring attached to this famous temple which is said to be providing cure effect of chronic health illness.
 
Ambapada
Ambapada(48 kms. from the Saputara) is a typical Dangi traditional village located near the Gira Falls. It is surrounded on all sides by lush and tall bamboo. The village tribal is engaged in making of toys and lamps out of bamboo roots.
 
Girmal Falls
The Girmal Falls (85 kms. from Saputara) is easily the most marvelous sight during the monsoon, the Girmal Fall is a little off the MahalSingana Road. The approach leads via tribal village to steep fall on the Gira River. The facing hill side is a rich with rare flora and is worth exploring by the more adventurous trekkers.
 
Vansda National park
The Vansda National park was originally a private forest of maharaja of Vansada. It is now a park which covers an area of 24 km². Despite its small size the park harbours tiger, leopard, pangolin, rusty-spotted cat, python, giant squirrel, four-horned antelope etc. Prior permission from the Chief Wildlife Warden, of Gandhinagar or DFO, Ahwa, is required before visiting the park.
 
Purna Sanctuary
The Purna Sanctuary, covering an area of 160 km², is a part of a dense moist deciduous forest in the Western Ghat of Gujarat. Situated at Mahal (60 kms.  north of Dangs), the sanctuary is crossed by Purna and Gira rivers. There are bamboo-lined pathways for trekkers. Prior permission is necessary for visiting.
 
Dang Darbar
The Dang Darbar(40 kms. from Saputara) is an annual colourful tribal festival held prior to Holi (generally March / April), at Ahwa. It's a five day fun filled colourful affair where the tribals congregate to celebrate an  old custom of political pensions given to the tribal kings. There is merry making dance, music, colour and brisk buying and selling of tribal wares. The tourist can participate and enjoy the festivities of this unique celebration.
 
Saptashringi Devi Mandir (Vani)
The Saptashringi Devi Mandir (Vani) (50 kms. from Saputara) is that of one of the sisters of Goddess Kali. Sapta means seven and shring means pinnacle and therefore Saptashringi means the mountain having seven peaks. This temple is visited by devotees throughout the year, the rush period being the Dassera festival. Lacs of devotees visit the place during Navaratra.
 
Tithal
Tithal, 130 km away in Valsad district, is a beautiful sandy beach with tall shady palms lining the entire beach. The seawater here is pure and placid, making summer the most pleasant time to visit. Tithal is 195 km from Mumbai, 66 km from Navsari, 108 km from Surat and 5 km from Valsad.