One day, we were out in Dangs. We were wandering lavishly on the roads with no place in mind.
My brother, Kunj then suggested that we go to a village, Koshmal. It was a remote village in Dangs. And supposedly, it was known to have the highest waterfall of Gujarat.
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.
Since past few months, I have been hiding away from this blog. My last post was on October 23, 2016. 6 months back!
I went underground mostly for skills & productivity enhancement.
On last birthday…
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…
…So I was at Valsad Railway Station at one afternoon, waiting for train to Hyderabad, with an hour to spare.
I took a walk around the station and whenever I found something interesting, I kept tapping shutter button of phone (OnePlus X). I love observing people and scenes!
Following are the captures that ended up in gallery before I hopped into train.
Rose Garden, as the name depicts, has lots of varieties of roses. Though, when I visited the place, I wasn’t so amazed by roses. There are variety of roses but nothing extravagant.
Table Top Point is also known as Townview point. The name table top comes because of flat table like surface on top of hill called Governor’s Hill.
If you’re planning to stay back till evening in Saputara, you shouldn’t miss view of Sunset point.
This place can be best enjoyed when there’s no crowd around, so better to go off season time. Avoid weekends, holidays and festivals and you shall find this place serene.
Sunset Point Saputara is not for the lazy ones who can’t get up early!
Planning a trip to Saputara? Start your day from Sunrise point.
Step garden is one of finest maintained place in Saputara. It’s a small garden, consisting from 20-25 steps. On each step, you’d see wide range of flower beds.