Jambughoda – Gujarat’s Hidden Gem: Discover The Wonders of Nature Just 90 Minutes From Vadodara!
Jambughoda is a hidden gem in the district of Panchmahal in the eastern part of Gujarat. A nature lover’s dream, one can revel in its numerous forest trails, waterfalls, trekking paths, picnic spots, lakes, bird
Jambughoda is a hidden gem in the district of Panchmahal in the eastern part of Gujarat. A nature lover’s dream, one can revel in its numerous forest trails, waterfalls, trekking paths, picnic spots, lakes, bird sanctuaries and other activities that include tribal interactions, experiences of rural life, trips to dams, temples, forts, heritage monuments and several other interesting sites.
Jambughoda is 70 km from Vadodara and it takes around 1hr 30 min by road. The roads are excellent and the landscape is scenic.
The nearest railway stations to Jambughoda are Vadodara and Ekta Nagar (Kevadia), both of which are around almost the same distance away. Both railway stations are on the state’s main railway route, with direct trains connecting them to all of the country’s major cities.
Things to do around Jambughoda
A beautiful space and the only natural expanse of green left within a radius of around 100 km from the closest major city of Vadodara. The verdant environs are a big draw for visitors from the city who want to get away on holidays and detox and just breathe the fresh unpolluted air. This lush forest is an absolute joy to explore.
Wadhwana Bird Sanctuary
This attracts innumerable species of indigenous and migratory birds in the winters. A must visit for those interested in birds and photography.
Hathni Mata Waterfalls
Hidden deep in the forested hills and rocks, this waterfall is at the height of its glory in the monsoons.
The Champaner UNESCO World Heritage Site is situated at the foot of the Pavagadh hills. It encompasses the hill as well as the historical city of Champaner which was established in the in the 8th century
Zand Hanuman Temple
This is famous for the 18-ft statue of Lord Hanuman that is believed to have been made during the Mahabharth era.
Tribal Village Visit and Rustic Meals
Rathwas are the main tribes of the region and have still held on to their identity by way of their culture, customs, clothing, cuisine etc. They worship a deity called Babo Pithora who is represented by paintings on the walls of their houses in the form of animals, birds, plants, people and other scenes of everyday life. These are known as Pithora paintings are a highly sought after by tourists.
|Bhanu The Fern Forest Resort & Spa, Jambughoda, Gujarat The resort is situated at the lap of nature near Jambughoda Forest, 80 km from Vadodara. This upscale resort has 108 luxury rooms, suites and villas. The culinary prowess of the 5- star resort comes through in its all-day dining restaurant, Forestta, serving world cuisine buffets & a la carte and a Snacks Bar at the Poolside. The resort also offers a swimming pool with kids’ pool and multiple activities inside the property. A state-of-art Banqueting facility for social & corporate events and large lawns make it ideal for destination weddings and other social events.|
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