Saputara can be called a womb of nature. Saputara is a hill station in the Dang district of Gujarat State in India. This hill station is located at high level of ground of Western Ghats in dang. Saputara stands for the ‘Abode of Serpents’. The Sarpganga River is adding a more beauty and gleam to this amazing hill station which flows through the Saputara. Saputara is a small but special destination during summer to get fresh and cool air and atmosphere in Gujarat. Saputara is covered by the lush green forests and beautiful waterfalls which looks attractive. Saputara has the best view for the beautiful sunrise and sunset moment. One would definitely like to stay here more than a month as it is an excellent place for having sight of nature’s beauty. Saputara has been gifted by beautiful weather, mountains, gardens and full of natural beauty. Saputara has mythological religious significance as people are still believed that Lord Rama lived here for 11 years of his relegation period or Vanvas time.
Fact About Saputara Hill Station
Address: Dang District, Saputara, Gujarat
Location: Located on a plateau in the Dang forest of Western Ghats
Elevation: 1000 m
Signification: Beautiful Hill station for Summer Holiday
Main Attraction: Artist village, Lake view Garden, hill station, museum, sunrise point, sunset point, nageshvar mahadev, Gira falls, Saputara Lake, the ropeway, rose garden
Famous As: Top Hill Station of Gujarat
How to reach By Air: The nearest airport is Surat Airport, which is approximately 172 km away from the Saputara.
How to reach By Rail: The nearest railway station is The Waghai railway station at Billimora. Many other train roots are available to reach to Saputara.
How to reach By Bus or Road: There are many options available to reach Saputara such as owned and private buses, regular buses, and Air-conditioned and deluxe luxury coaches run from many states of India.
Talking about The temperature of Saputara, It goes maximum 32°C in summer when all over India is goes max 50°C to 52°C which is high in comparison with Saputara. In winter the temperature of this hill station goes between 16°C and 10°C down. Saputara in monsoon raise it’s all natural beauty and having many waterfalls in it. Saputara has a uniform weather all the year. This is an ideal picnic spot during the summers. Saputara can be visited during all year in any season but the best time is from the march to the November month. Saputara hill station has been developed as a hill station and resort and it has many guest houses and hotels, parks, clubs, rope ways and a museum as every year thousands of tourists come to this place to experience divine atmosphere. Saputara is attracts more people from all over India as it is the most cooling place for hot summer in India.
Entry Fee and Timing for Saputara Hill Station
Open Days: Open for all days in year
Visit Duration: 1 to 3 days
Photography: Photography allowed everywhere
Timing: No particular timing
Best time to visit: Best time to visit Saputara hill station is during summer and winter
Entry Fee: Free but charges also at some points
There are some important and the most popular tourist attractions in Saputara Sunrise Point, sunset point, nageshwar mahadev temple, artist village and museums. Sunrise Point is located at 1.5 km towards Waghai and it is the best point to view the rising sun and spreading beauty over Saputara. This is the most visited place for every coming visitor. Sunset Point is providing a very scenic and pleasant view of Forest and setting sun. There are many tribal villages also in Saputara. The other tourist place is Gandhi Shikhar in Saputara where visitors have to go by only a rope way from Vaity Ropeway Resort. Also, beautiful gardens in Saputara namely Lake View Garden, Rose Garden, and Step Garden where tourist can enjoy a fresh and eye-catching view of lots of roses and flowers. The most famous Gira Waterfall is the major tourist place of Saputara. The water is falling from a height of 30m and meets into the River offering a very eye soothing and picturesque view.