Hingolgadah from Ahmedabad

Chotila from Ahmedabad – One day trip

Chotila from ahmedabad is around 175 km. With Hingolgadh from Ahmedabad is around 195 km (હિંગોળગઢ). When you visit Chotila from Ahmedabad, you can visit it during your trip. Hingolgadh has a beautiful fort, Nature education camp and Wildlife sanctuary to visit. It is more charming in the season of Monsoon. July to September is the best time to visit. It is a natural place with Lots of animal-like Chinkara, Deer, Nilgai and Birds. While Chotila is a famous temple of ma Chamunda. Many devotees come here for pilgrimage every day.

Things to Do Chotila from Ahmedabad

  • Visit Hingolgadh wildlife sanctuary where you can find the Nilgai, Deer and Bird watching
  • Fort visit (Subject to open)
  • Visit Nature Education camp
  • Chotila – Chamunda ma darshan
  • Ghelasomnath Shiv Mandir darshan (15 km from Hingolgadh)
  • Famous Salangpur Hanumnaji Darshan (50 km from Hingolgadh)

The best time to visit Hingolgadh is in Monsoon (July to September)

Car Prices for Chotila from Ahmedabad along with Salangpur and Hingolgadh

Chotila from Ahmedabad. book ahmedabad to chotila

Tripcode: 0722380CHO | 0722460CHS

Only Chotila
xCent AC
(Max 4 Persons)
Rs. 4,800/Car

With Hingolgadh and Salangpur
xCent AC
(Max 4 Persons)
Rs. 5,800/Car

Only Chotila
Ertiga AC
(Max 6 Persons)
Rs. 6,000/Car

With Hingolgadh and Salangpur
Ertiga AC
(Max 6 Persons)
Rs. 7,200/Car

Only Chotila
Crysta AC
(Max 7 Persons)
Rs. 7,500/Car

With Hingolgadh and Salangpur
Crysta AC
(Max 7 Persons)
Rs. 9,000/Car

Inclusion – Toll tax, Home to Home travelling, Parking, Driver Allowance, All mentioned places, Private vehicle with Driver
Exclusion – Entry fees, Food

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Distance between ahmedabad and chotila
– Chotila from Ahmedabad is about 175 km

If you read more information about each place please read below. Chotila from Ahmedabad


Nature around Hingolgadh

In monsoon, it converts into beautiful green lush mountains hill.

Nature education camp at Hingolgadh is good for the Students and Kids to understand the Flora and Fauna of the surrounding area. It’s an ideal location for the student natures education trip.

Hingolgadh Fort
It has a Historical fort to see. But after COVID it remains close. The fort is around 300 meters from sea level. Fort is built by Jasdan’s royal family around 1,800 (Approx 200 years old). Till 2015, the famous naturalist of Gujarat Mr Luvkumar Khachar stayed in this fort and made the Hingolgadh nature education Camp.

Chotila Chamunda Mata Mandir

Chotila town is famous for Chamunda Mata Mandir. Many devotees from Ahmedabad, Surat, Vadodara and all parts of Gujarat come here frequently a year. On special occasions like Navratri, Diwali and Chaitra Navratri it remains crowded. Chotila from ahmedabad

Ghela Somnath Temple

Ghela Somnath known as Dhareshwar Temple is very ancient and famous.

Ghela is the River of Saurashtra. It is around 20 km from Jasdan Town. The temple was built about the 15th century and built by Minal Devi the Princess. The temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva known as here Ghela Somnath. During one of the invasions of Somnath temple, a princess saved and brought this shivling here.

Ghelo is the name of the person who sacrificed his life to protect it. So the Name of the temple is ghela Somnath and the river originates from here given the name Ghela River.

It remains crowded during Shravan Month (In August-September) and Shivratri.

Timing of Ghela Somnath is 5:30 AM to 9 PM

Last updated on 29 November 2023

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