ATTRACTIONS IN 100KM RADIUS OF THE PROPERTY
The 12th century Navlakha Temple at Sejakpur, about 18km from Sayla, is an architectural gem.
The Kathi women of villages near Sayla are adept at beadwork.
About 36km from Sayla, Wadhwan has medieval monuments like old Darbargadh, the historical Ranak Devi Temple and stepwells. It is also a centre for bandhani tie-dye and other crafts.
Stone and metal crafts thrive at Wadhwan and Dhrangadra.
Around 55km from Sayla, Botad is a centre for pottery and other crafts. There is a large animal charity in this town.
About 71km from Sayla, Ranagadh forms the western fringe of the Nalsarovar Bird Sanctuary. A country boat safari here is a beautiful experience.
35km from Sayla, Chotila’s Chamunda temple is a Hindu pilgrimage site.
There are many lesser known stepwells near Sayla.
About 35km from Sayla, Thangadh is part of the Golden Triangle of the Ceramics Industry.
Other places worth visiting are the Swaminarayan temple of Muli (11km) and the Regency architecture style market and buildings of Limbdi (35km).
The Tarnetar Fair is held at the Trineteshwar temple, about 46km from Sayla.