Saputara is a hill station located in the Dangs, the least developed of Gujarat’s districts. Overlooking a lush green valley, this unpretentious destination is a good place to unwind, go trekking or take leisurely hill walks. Blessed with exhilarating natural beauty, the town has verdant forests, gorgeous waterfalls and a plethora of lush gardens. It has a special mythological significance, for it was one of the abodes of Lord Rama during his 14-year exile in the thick forests of this hill station. The hamlet has a unique deity of a serpent on the banks of the River Sarpaganga is worshipped by the locals and is a splendid site.
Gira waterfalls make for a breathtakingly picturesque view. These falls can only be witnessed after rains (around monsoon). Since, these falls are open for public.