Posts Tagged with: Fort
Parnera Hill is a historical hill near Valsad city of South Gujarat. Deriving its name from Par river, Parnera Dungar is a good trekking destination for trekkers and a good spiritual destination for pilgrims.
Parnera is a diverse place: The hill has estimated height of 300m. It has fort. It has temple Hindu Gods and Goddesses. It has dargah of Chand Pir Bawa. It has vaav. It has mind-boggling history. It has scenic views, diverse indeed!
Let’s explore them one by one!
Bhujiyo Dungar is a hill near Bhuj in Kutch district of Gujarat. The mountain and ruined forts have rich history associated with them, making it top place to visit in Bhuj.
Roogadh Fort is situated on hill top near Kalibel village of Dang. Dang is full natural places, Roopgadh is the only fort like old structure found in Dang area till now. Trekking to Roopgadh fort in monsoon is a popular activity.
Uparkot Fort, Adi Kadi Vav & Navghan Kuvo are must watch attractions in Junagadh. Glance through some photos! Continue With: Mahabat Makbara Arts & Crafts Village of Bhuj Best of 2015 Mobile Analytics Data: 2016 Best of 2015: Travel Share: WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google More Pinterest Email Pocket Reddit Print LinkedIn Tumblr Share:WhatsAppFacebookTwitterGoogleMorePinterestEmailPocketRedditPrintLinkedInTumblr
Hatgadh fort is a major trekking destination near Saputara on Gujarat – Maharashtra border. The ancient fort is stationed in Mulher village, Nasik district, Maharashtra. As Hatgad is 3 km from Saputara, Gujarat’s most popular and beautiful hill station, many tourists visit this fort as a short excursion.
Standing on the edge of Sahyadri mountains range, Hatgadh stands tall at 3600 feet (1000 m approx.). It’s flatten hill top is around 200 m from ground. Sky touching height and breezing atmosphere makes Hatgad an all season trekking place as well as local weekend trip destination. Though, Hatgadh fort looks best in monsoon season.