Ajwa or Sayaji Sarovar
The Sayaji Sarovar or Ajwa lake, 150 kms away from the Bharuch city is the principal source of water. It is formed by damming the Surya river and Vaghali Nala. Adjacent to the earthen dam that has the ability to attend the water requirements of about 300,000 people residing in the eastern parts of the city, are the Ajwa gardens also known as Vrindavan Garden, an adaptation of the famous Vrindavan Garden in Mysore. It is very famous especially in the evenings for its coloured fountains and musical fountain.
Pavagadh & Champaner
Pavagadh is a narrow, tall mountain in Panchmahal, a district about 200 km away from Bharuch . The hill top is home to a famous Mahakali temple which draws thousands of pilgrims everyday. Champaner- Pavagadh Archaeological Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site inscribed in 2004. There is a concentration of largely unexcavated archaeological, historical and living cultural heritage properties cradled in an impressive landscape which includes prehistoric sites, a hill fortress of an early Hindu capital, and Mughal city. remains of the 16th
Shoolpaneshwar Wildlife Sanctuary
Located in Bharuch district, this sanctuary is a wonder for the tourists. Covering an area of 608 square kilometers, Shoolpaneshwar Wildlife Sanctuary boasts of its wide collection of leopard, wild sloth bear, hyena, barking deer smaller in size than the ordinary ones, sambar and wild dog. The nearest airport is at Baroda. It is just 125 kilometers away from here. There are numerous guest houses here providing ample opportunity for recreation and entertainment. PWD and Panchayat Guesthouse also offer opportunity for comfortable accommodation amidst a tranquil ambiance.
Hotel Suba Grand
- Airport – Vadodara: 125 KM / 1 Hr 45 Minutes
- Airport – Surat: 135 KM / 2 Hrs
- Railway Station – Bharuch: 35 KM / 35 Minutes