Dhaba Dungri (19 minutes)
One comes across a small hillock called Dhaba Dungari, on the way to Pavagadh from Halol. A prima facie desolate and abandoned looking place was once a Tapobhumi of Vishwamitri Hrishi. Swamiji decided to reinstate this sthala (place) and erected a unique Kedareshwar Mahadev Temple there. Today Dhabi Dungaree is a famous, eye pleasing pilgrim place because of Kedareshwar Mahadev Temple and the Temple of Durga.
Champaner Fort(24 minutes)
Champaner-Pavagadh is located in Panchmahal district in Gujarat, India. It is located around the historical city of Champaner, a city which was built by Sultan Mahmud Begada of Gujarat. The heritage site is studded with forts with bastions starting from the hills of Pavagadh, and extending into the city of Champaner.
Hathani Mata Water Fall(1 hour 9 minutes)
The Hathni Mata waterfalls, one of the most beautiful waterfalls in India, are 100 meter tall and surrounded by green carpeted hills with flowers and floras. The Hathni Mata waterfalls are located in Jambughoda, 30km from Pavagadh and approximately 80km from Vadodara. It is one of must visit places in Jambughoda during rainy days of monsoon.
Nagina Masjid and Cenotaph(31 minutes)
Nagina Masjid is also known as the Jewel mosque because Nagina translates to jewel in English and is constructed in pure white marble. The mosque also boasts of intricately designed minarets. One can see three large domes are seen over the main prayer hall, which are built over decorative columns and windows.
Lila Gumbaj Ki Masjid(28 minutes)
This masjid is situated on a high pedestal and has a facade with a vaulted entrance at the center and is accompanied by two other lateral arches on both its sides. The central dome is a formation of equi spaced minarets clubbed with horizontal cornices and moldings. Of the three domes, the one at the center has a fluted design and is colourful.
Jain temples(23 minutes)
Given, the immense amount of population of Jains in the state of Gujarat, the Jain temples have always been an important part here. Though the temples are dated back to the 14th-15th century, they have been refurbished overtime and they reflect the beautiful stone images of their respective Tirthankaras..