Saputara offers some of the most sacred trails you can imagine, with winding pathways in unspoiled atmospheres, untouched by human activities. This serpent-shaped hill side poses mild to rough challenges to a trekker. Its wild and wandering tracks through a thick cover of forest are among the few and precious natural joys of an otherwise industrially booming Gujarat. Some of the established trekking routes are to Rajat Pratap and to Tridhara near Dhupgarh.
How to get there
By road: The town of Waghai is 51 km away. Ahmedabad: 409 km. Surat: 164 km. Mumbai: 250 km. Vadodara: 309 km. There are State Transport buses and private luxury coaches from Waghai and Ahmedabad. If you are coming by a private car, than National Highway might be quicker, but the state highway will offers a stunningly scenic drive.
By rail: The nearest railway station is Waghai, on the Billimora-Waghai narrow gauge section of the Western Railway. For those coming from Gujarat via Surat or Ahmedabad or even from Mumbai, Billimora is the more convenient rail head, and a direct bus service is available from there.
By air: The nearest airport is Vadodara, 309 km away.