It is situated 35 kms, from Vadodara. One of the most successful examples of a co-operative venture in the country. The Anand milk co-operative has transformed the life of farmers in this region. It is well worth a visit.

Dakor :

It is situated about 94 Kms. from both Vadodara and Ahmedabad. Dakor is a temple town sacred to Lord Krishna. His image, said to be the original from Dwarka, was brought here by a devotee and installed in the temple of Ranchhodrai.

Champaner :

It is situated 47 kms, from Vadodara. The town of Champaner was subjugated by Sultan Mohammed Begara in 1484 and made it his new capital. Champaner lies at the foot of Pavagadh Fort. The ruins of its mosques and palaces reflected in the lake are some of the most picturesque ores in India.

Pavagadh Fort :

The hill of Pavagadh rises from Champaner in three stages. The plateau at an altitude of 1471 ft. is known as the Machi Haveli. Pavagadh is 49 kms. from Vadodara, and is also known as the birth place of Gujarat's famous musician, Baiju, who preceded Tansen.

Bharuch :

It is situated 70 Kms. from Vadodara. Ancient town with a 2000 year history. On a hill-top is a fort which over looks the river Narmada.

Dhumkal :

Sloth Bear sanctuary which also houses the tiger and leopard.

How to get there :

Air : Various domestic airlines connecting Ahmedabad, Delhi, Mumbai, Daman, Pune.
Rail : Vadodara is on the Western Railways, Mumbai, Delhi and Ahmedabad line.
Road : State transport buses and private luxury coaches connects various centers of Gujarat, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Delhi and Rajasthan. Vadodara is 112 kms. from Ahmedabad and 420 kms. from Mumbai.

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