The visitors can arrange treks and picnics to the Zarwani Waterfalls while visiting this spot. The explorations here also include visits to forests and other natural places like the leisure tourism spots and the pilgrimage tourism sites. There are several nearby tourist spots like Shoolpaneshwar temple and Gheer Khadi temple, which are of worth visiting. The Zarwani Eco Campsite is a perfect spot for resting. This is the closest place that can lead one to Zarwani Waterfall. Zarwani Eco Campsite is located in the Narmada District and is located at a distance of 28 kilometres from Rajpipla. Zarwani Eco Campsite lies within Shoolpaneshwar Wildlife Sanctuary. It hosts a variety of flora and fauna.
Along with enjoying the refreshing retreats of Zarwani Waterfall, one can also try visiting the nearby tourist spots. Some of the popular locations to visit in this region are: Sardar Sarvor Dam, Shoolpaneshwar Wildlife Sanctuary, Samot Malsamot Eco Campsite and many others.
Shoolpaneshwar Wildlife Sanctuary covers a total area of about 607 square kilometres. It is the abode to more than 575 flowering plant species. This is a deciduous forest and consists of semi-evergreen trees. This place is home to wildlife animals like sloth bears, leopards, hyena, and other species of wild dogs. The near-extinct barking deer and rhesus monkey can also be seen in this place. This substantially elevated place located near Maharashtra border is home to large teak forests with sunrise, sunset and other valley view points.
Zarwani Waterfalls are closest to Vadodara Airport. Zarwani Waterfalls are connected to most major cities of India such as Kolkata, Bengaluru, New Delhi, Mumbai and other metropolitan cities of India. The city's main railway station is Vadodara Railway Station. The trains from New Delhi connect to various cities including Kota, Mathura and Ratlam. The trains are well linked to different regions of India. One can easily reach Zarwani Waterfall from Vadodara. National Highway 8 links the city to Delhi, Mumbai and Gandhinagar.
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