Dharampur, Gujarat

Dharampur is a town in Gujarat's Valsad district. More than 100 villages are linked to the Dharampur office.

Places to visit

  • Mavli Mata waterfall : Mavli Mata Waterfall is one of the best places in Bilpudi hamlet to discover peace in nature. The sight of the water stream falling from above into the pool below, as well as the sound of the flowing water, can settle your nerves. The fall height ranges from 20 to 30 feet. The waterfall is about 4 kilometers from Dharampur and offers a wonderful picnic site. During the monsoon season, the stunning grandeur of the waterfall and surrounding nature make it a perfect spot for nature and landscape photography. If you're looking for a calm weekend escape near Dharampur, this is one of the greatest spots to visit near Dharampur.
  • Distance: Mavli Mata Waterfall is 4 kilometers away from Dharampur

  • Panch Pavli waterfall : One of the most well-known of these waterfalls is the Panch Pavli Waterfall. The greatest site to visit in Dharampur is Jamanpada, which is nestled in the center of the pleasantly verdant forest of Makadban. The beauty of this location is worth photographing. It is within a few miles from the city of Dharampur.
  • Distance: Panch Pavli Waterfall is 15 kilometers away from Dharampur

  • Wilson Hills : The nicest part about this hill during the monsoon season is the lovely landscape and mountains. The location is well-known for its fascinating Aadiwasi tribal culture as well as its natural beauty from the hilltop. The region is known for its densely forested hills and is a popular tourist destination in Dharampur. Wilson Hills provides a unique experience, featuring a breathtaking sunset view from Wilson Hill Peak.
  • Distance: Wilson Hills is 27 kilometers away from Dharampur

  • Shankar waterfall : Standing beneath the Shankar Waterfall, Valsad's tallest waterfall is an experience not to be missed. This beautiful waterfall, which stands 150 feet tall, is a natural wonder in and of itself. This is a must-see tourist attraction in Valsad and is located not far from Dharampur. Shankar Waterfall is one of those spots that you only visit for enjoyment during the monsoon season. There are also several interesting facts related to this location, which make the journey much more interesting.
  • Distance: Shankar Waterfall is 35 kilometers away from Dharampur

How to Reach

  • By Air- Dharampur is not well connected by regular flights to other major cities in the country. Surat has the nearest airport, which is 99 kilometers away.
  • By Train- Regular trains run from Valsad to Dharampur and other major cities throughout the country.

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