- Zarvani Waterfall
It's located within the Shoolpaneshwar Wildlife Sanctuary, which is home to a diverse range of flora and species. Leopards, wild sloth bears, hyenas, numerous species of deer, and wild dogs are among the animal attractions. The rhesus monkey and the barking deer, or muntjac, can also be seen, both of which are uncommon in other regions of the country.With the cooperation of the forest department, day picnics or excursions can be organized, with the forest, waterfalls, and other natural beauty easily accessible. Additional adjacent tourist attractions are the Zarwani waterfalls, the Shoolpaneshwar Temple, and the Gheer Khadi.
Distance: Zarvani Waterfall is 28 kilometres away from Rajpipla
- Sardar Sarovar dam
A garden, the foundation stone laid by Jawaharlal Nehru in 1961, a spot with a side view of the flow of water from the dam; a lake where boating takes place; the first lock gate of the main canal; a trekking site with a natural education camp for youngsters. At the site is also the Surpaneshwar Shiva Temple, which was built by the government to replace the original ancient temple, which was flooded by the dam. The Kevadia Colony is located at the foot of the dam and houses dam personnel as well as locations for visitors to stay.
Distance: Sardar Sarovar dam is 30 kilometers away from Rajpipla
- Statue of Unity
The Statue of Unity is an iconic 182-meter-tall memorial to Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, one of India's most prominent statesmen and leaders. The monument is being built between the Vindhyachal and Satpuda ranges, rising on Sadhu-Bet Island in the Narmada River, approximately 3.5 kilometers downstream from Gujarat's famous Sardar Sarovar Dam.
Distance: Statue of Unity is 31 kilometers away from Rajpipla