|Road to Jawhar|
The best time to visit is during rainy season when its lush green and water gushing into the deep valleys from plateau creating some extra ordinary waterfalls. But winter is also best time to visit with chilly cold nights and beautiful sunset which can be seen from the sunset point in Jawhar.
- Hanuman point : This spot gives breathtaking view of deep valley beneath. Legend stories goes that Lord Hanuman relaxed here while on his way to meet Lord Rama. But one place not to be missed when in Jawhar.
- Jai Vilas Palace: The official residence of Royal Munke family, the erstwhile rulers of Jawhar. The palace is situated on the highest point in Jawhar on the rocks so as to enable the rulers to look at his kingdom. The palace has some attractive carvings and lush green surroundings around it.
|Jai Vilas Palace|
- Sunset point: The spot from where one can get the amazing view of sunset overlooking a valley. They have constructed a machaan for tourist to get unobstructed view of sunset best watched during winters and summers. There is also a small resort called sunset point nearby which provides staying facility and is also famous for its spicy veg and non veg menus.
- Dabosa waterfall: One the way to Silvassa, 18kms from Jawhar lies this tiny tribal hamlet village called Dabosa famous for its 365 days waterfall. The road again passes through dense forest and tribal - adivasi village. But once you reach the place, you are sure to "wow" the place which gives a spectacular view of Dabosa waterfall. Its also has a resort which provides staying facility overlooking the waterfall. Must watch during rainy season when the whole place is in full glory of natural beauty.
How to reach: State transport buses are easily available from various nodal points like Borivali, Dadar, Kurla, Parel for Jawhar but best would be to take own vehicle to view and enjoy the beauty of the place.
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|On way to Silvassa|
|On way from Dabosa|
|Economies of scale - Jeep Taxi|
|DNH reserve forest area|
|Village road in DNH forest|