Saputara is a convenient hill station standing at an altitude of around 900 meters. The word “Saputara” means an Abode of Serpents, though there is no need to fear as there are none today. Situated in Dang District the river Sarpganga flows through this quaint town.
Developed as a well-planned and organized hill station, Saputara has everything a tourist can look forward to. Lush green forests, enchanting waterfalls, beautiful gardens, museum, a ropeway and paddle boating. It has special points for witnessing nature’s beauty and facilities for hiking & trekking.
Nearest airport is Surat, 164 kms away. Taxis and buses are available for further journey.
Nearest railhead is Nashik, 85 kms away. Good connectivity exists from the railway station to Saputara and other places.
Saputara is easily accessible from all over the country.
Dang Darbar This special annual festival precedes five days to Holi. The festival is marked with garba dance and dramas. Men dress in kurta, waistcoat and multi-colored turban, while women wear bright colored sarees and decorate themselves with silver jewelry. Holi It is the festival of colors, celebrated with rich fervor in Saputara as much as whole of India. The inhabitants of Dangi tribe play a key role in enjoyment of festival, bringing moments of fun and excitement together on a single platform.
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