Sights to See
The Gandharvapur Artist Village is one of the most important places to visit, while in Saputara. The artisans here make beautiful pieces of pottery, jewellery, vases, and paintings made from bamboo chips and other locally found material. Visitors can buy some fine objects as souvenirs and gift items from this centre.
Lake and Boat Club
Right in the heart of the valley, the extremely calm Saputara Lake with serene atmosphere, blue expanse of water has remained an all-time favourite with the visitors. The Boat Club near the lake offers facilities for boating.
Nageshwar Mahadev Temple
On the southern banks of the Saputara Lake, the shrine of Nageshwar Mahadev, originally a snake temple, is an added attraction for the visitors. A swayambhu idol of Lord Shiva is worshipped by the devotees here.
Ritambhara Vishwa Vidyapith
A social organisation located in Saputara is a sanctuary of peace and serenity for tribal children of Dang.
One of prime attractions of Saputara, the Ropeway is used by the visitors to reach the Sunrise and Sunset Point.
Saputara Tribal Museum
This is a small museum dealing exclusively with the culture of the tribal people of Dang and is an invaluable introduction to the indigenous peoples of Gujarat. If you're interested in the native cultures of Gujarat, this museum should be your very first stop in the state. On display are the lifestyle, ornaments and musical instruments of the tribes.
Valley View Point, Echo Point, Honey Centre, Ambika Darshan, Lake garden, Step garden and Rose garden are other places of interest in Saputara.