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Jambughoda Wildlife Sanctuary, Dabhoi

(3.4/5 based on 15+ reviews on the web)
Jambughoda is a Wildlife Sanctuary situated in Jambughoda Tehsil, in the South Central part of Gujarat, India. It located 70 km from Vadodara and 20 km from prominent tourist places such as Pawagadh and Champaner.

Places of interest around Jambughoda:

Champaner - UNESCO - World Heritage site

Pavagadh - pilgrimage centre

Sukhi Dam

Kada Dam

Jand Hanuman - jungle safari
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  • This place is best avoidable during summers. We went into the main route by paying the entry fee and what we discovered was a bad-bad way with no animals at all. Plus the heat....please avoid during s...  more »
  • This place "Darbarghad Kadval" is situated in midst of forest and hilly area of Jambughoda wild life sanctuary. At this is resort sort of facility, one can have the advantage of staying in actual home...  more »
  • I visited Targol lake with my friends and family. this place is located about 70 km from Vadodara and a perfect weekend gateway. you can stay at forest rest house at Targol dam but you have to book it...  more »
  • + Jambughoda is a Wildlife Sanctuary situated in Jambughoda Tehsil , in the South Central part of Gujarat, India. + It located 70 km from Vadodara and 20 km from prominent tourist places such as Pawagadh and Champaner . + People of the area are mainly tribal. There are 25 villages (including 5 villages inside the Sanctuary) which are distributed among five forest blocks and two ranges. + The area has two water reservoirs- one at Kada and the other at Targol. These water bodies add to the aesthetic settings and habitat diversity. + Leopard is the top predator here whose population has been increasing. The habitat is shared by other animals such as sloth bear, jackal, blue bull, wild boar and four horned antelopes. + The most striking feature of the area is the undulating hills having good forest cover with the valleys having small human settlements. Thank you.
  • Very good atmosphere,you can visit hanthnimata,pavagadh and jand hanuman in sigle trip.
  • Vanacal.risot
  • The Eco-tourism center at Dhanpuri can't fit into the definition of tidiness but when you decided to enter a jungle, you must have made terms with hygiene compromises. Kada Dam is beautiful, but here's a pro-tip: Try to sneakily climb the hill right in front of the dam. You will find one of the best views of the entire forest. The real icing on the cake, however, is the leopard caves on the top. You've been warned.
  • Attracts photographers, climbers, bird lovers. Safe for family trips. keep local contact if you are planning to roam into the jungle during the night. Couple of Government eco camp site are there where you can stay by advanced booking from Baroda office.