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The magnificent natural and man-made marvels located near Champaner
Champaner Nearby Attractions
Champaner is an iconic Gujarat town situated in an ideal location close to the major city of Vadodara, the historic pilgrimage site of Pavagarh and numerous other tourist attractions within easy driving distance.
Pavagadh Temple, better known as Lakulisa temple, sits on the zenith of Pavagadh Hill. This marvelous creation dates back to the 10th century, serving as an example of India’s architectural genius.
Jambughoda Wildlife Sanctuary
Exotic wildlife prancing through mystical jungles of teak and bamboo – the Jambughoda Sanctuary is a must-visit near Champaner. You’ll have a good chance of spotting leopards among other remarkable fauna.
Kada Dam is a peaceful area with a well-developed infrastructure for tourism and leisure visits. The garden within the dam site is a great place to spend an evening.
Hathni Mata Waterfall
This 100-meter tall waterfall is said to be one among the best ones in India. The exquisite beauty of the waterfall is unparalleled during monsoon.
Kavant Tribal Fair
It’s a fair of the mystical Rathva community that gathers in Kavant to celebrate. Their vibrant costumes, and their cultural exchanges with music and dance are all worth watching.
Pithora paintings are a most intricate art form done mostly by ancient tribes such as the Rathva. These paintings are said to bring home peace, happiness and prosperity for its bearers.
Ratan Mahal Sloth Bear Sanctuary
Uninterrupted greenery, ample wildlife and serene hills – this Sanctuary beckons leisure and fauna seekers alike. Climb on a hill here and you will see small villages of Madhya Pradesh on the other side.
Sardar Sarovar Dam – Narmada
The largest dam on Narmada, it gives irrigation supply, drinking water and energy to the state of Gujarat. For a visitor, there is the beautiful site of the dam and a lake for boating.
Laxmi Vilas Palace
A majestic structure with brilliant artifacts from the past, the Laxmi Vilas Palace is very popular among tourists and localites alike.
Sat Kaman( 7 Arcs )Pavagadh
This is part of a famous fort in Pavagadh it has several gates close to one of of the gates on the Western side is Sat Kaman or the 7 arches. This area is part of the Champaner-Pavagadh Archaeological Park.
Ajwa dam is about 5 km long. It can store water to the height of 211 feet above the sea level.The floor of the reservoir is at around 196 feet it is connected to the Vishwamitri river.
Jama Masjid (also, Jami Masjid; meaning “public mosque”) in Champaner, is part of the Champaner-Pavagadh Archaeological Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.