Best places to visit in sabarkantha
Idar, an important town in Sabarkantha, serves as an excellent starting point for trips to places like Khedbrahma, Vijaynagar, and Poshina. One of Gujarat's most important pilgrimage sites is the Lord Vishnu-honoring Shamlaji Temple.

Idar Fort

Idar Fort, Sabarkantha

Idar is also a good base from which to get to other sites such as Himatnagar, pilgrimage site Khedbrahma, Shamlaji and Dev ni Mori, the archaeological site of an unearthed Buddhist seminary, stupas, and viharas.

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Polo Forest

Polo Forest, Sabarkantha

The ancient Polo city was built around the river Harnav, an ancient water body spoken of in the Puranas. It is believed to have been established in the 10th century by the Parihar kings of Idar, and was then conquered in the 15th century by the Rathod Rajputs of Marwar. The name is derived from pol, the Marwari word for "gate," signifying its status as a gateway between Gujarat and Rajasthan.

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Bhavani Retreat

Bhavani Retreat, Sabarkantha

Bhavani Retreat is based on the concept of AGRI TOURISM cum Rural Tourism. Located just 5 KMs from Vadali town on the way towards Dharoi Dam, is an attractive Organic farmhouse set in a splendid landscape with Varieties of Crops, Green House, Horticulture Plant and Dairy . Owned and personally run by a GUJARATI ROYAL RAJPUT family, and our endeavour is to make your stay as enjoyable and comfortable, with best hospitality, as possible.

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Dowlat Vilas Palace

Dowlat Vilas Palace, Sabarkantha

Maharaj Man Singhji the second son of H.H.Maharaja Dowlat Singhji built the Dowlat Villas Palace in the 1920’s. The Palace is Built in the British colonial and Rajput architecture.

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Polo Tent City and Resort

Polo Tent City and Resort , Sabarkantha

Polo Tent City and Resort is the perfect destination for your next adventurous trip! Located in the heart of the scenic Abhapur, Vijaynagar, this family-friendly resort offers a rustic, yet deluxe tenting experience.

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