About the location: Travel to Nada Bet, a small slice of land jutting into a sprawling lake, where the Seema Darshan is held. It is an opportunity for travellers to see the workings of an army post on the border of India. Some of the activities and sights that will interest the traveller include the retreat ceremony against the backdrop of a glorious orange sunset where the Border Security Force (BSF) jawans put up a gallant show of marching with pride to end another day of guarding the borders. Since only 600 people are allowed in a day, book ahead to secure a visit. A documentary film is showcased at the Nada Bet border for people to get a deeper insight about life on borders. A weapon display and photo gallery at nada bet includes guns, tanks and other sophisticated devices that help in keeping the border and inland places secure. As an ode to the camels and to showcase their expertise and disciple, a camel show is presented for the visitors.
Note: Check at www.guj.bsf.gov.in; carry a photo-id
By Road Nadabet by Road: Suigam : 20 Kms, Vav : 59 Kms, Radhanpur : 75 Kms, Bhildi : 95 Kms, Deesa : 118 Kms, Palanpur : 145 Kms, Mehsana : 166 Kms, Gandhinagar : 223 Kms, Ahmedabad : 245 Kms
By Train Nearest Railheads: Bhildi, Deesa and Palanpur
By Air The nearest airport to Nada Bet is in Ahmedabad at 203 km. The drive from Ahmedabad to Nada Bet takes about 5 hours. Palanpur (145 km), Dheesa (118 km) and Bhildi (95 km) are the closest railheads to Nada Bet. Other junctions that you may encounter on a road trip here are Suigam (20km), Vav (59 km), Radhanpur (75 km) and Mehsana (166 km). Use the Ahmedabad airport (245 km) to connect via flights.