Narmada Canal Overview
Also called the lifeline of Gujarat, the Narmada Canal is the primary source of irrigation in Gujarat. Offering a scenic view, the waters of the canal covers an area of about 500 kilometres. The Canal area is home to several eco-camps by its bank. One can also view the mammoth Statue of Unity from the Narmada Canal, which is a giant statue of India.

The Canal, being an important spot for piscine agriculture, is home to a rich fish life. To heighten your experience at the Narmada Canal, you could also choose to stay at one of the camps arranged here during winters.

Location: New Sama Road, Vadodara 3900008, India

Timings: Open 24 hours on all days of the week.

Entry Fee: No entry fee required.

Best Time to Visit: The best time to visit the Narmada Canal would be during the winter months between October to February.
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