My second list! During the last summer vacation, I prepared a list of hill stations in Gujarat. The article has since garnered a warm response from visitors and from Google too, it holds the top spot for the term ‘hill stations of Gujarat’. Taking cue from it, here’s my list of waterfalls in South Gujarat.
Because waterfalls are gorgeous, powerful and mesmerizing, aren’t they? 🙂
Why South Gujarat?
As I have sparse knowledge about other areas of Gujarat. South Gujarat is home ground for me.
Polo Monument and Vijaynagar forests is a scenic weekend destination from Ahmedabad. The lush green forests, ancient structures and quiet ambience all adds up for a relaxing trip.
Polo Forest, Abhapur was part of our 2 day trip to Idar.
Throughout 6th semester of B. Tech, Computer Engineering, DDIT, Nadiad, I never missed a chance to go on trip. Most of the trips were, however, of 1 day. Depart in morning and return by night.
After end of 3rd internal exam, I had window of 2 days. Why not Polo Forest & Idar then? And there we were…
The Don hill station is a scenic landscape located near Saputara and is perched on the border of Gujarat of Maharashtra and around 30km from Ahwa, the headquarter of the Dangs. I experienced its natural beauty few days back. (16th August, 2014).
Don can be definitely the next hill station of Gujarat after Saputara if Gujarat Tourism Department put some efforts to develop it.
It’s still hidden from most of the tourists’ focus, mouth publicity is the only thing helping it to attract avid travelers.
I was getting quite a few request about information of Maa Shabari Farmhouse And Resort, located in a village near Subir, Dang. It is well maintained and good quality food is available. For booking and inquiries: +91 2631 290442, +91 94261 64526, +91 93776 59082 Photos of Maa Shabari Farmhouse And Resort taken in June 2016. It was peak summer time so there’s not much greenery and no guests around. View from the entrance Parking space and compound …
Photo walk of newly opened Aamra Van in Nana Pondha town of Dharampur, Valsad. Aamravan is developed by Forest Department of Valsad, Gujarat.