Gujarat’s First Indo-Pak Viewing Point Opens Up In Nadabet

by Suchismita Pal
Gujarat’s First Indo-Pak Viewing Point Opens Up In Nadabet

It’s time to reawaken your patriotism by visiting Gujarat’s newest tourist attraction. Union Home minister Amit Shah inaugurated the Indo-Pak border viewing point at Gujarat’s Nadabet on Sunday, April 10 to give a glimpse into the life our the valiant BSF jawans at the border. Nadabet-Guardians at the Border will allow guests to indulge in an inspirational journey across a 25-kilometre stretch from the gate to the Indo-Pak border. The place also houses the real MIG-27, that was employed in the 1971 Indo-Pak war.

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Get A Clear View Of The Zero Line And Watch The Retreat Ceremony Of The Jawans

At Nadabet, guests can watch the glorious retreat ceremony during sunset when the jawans march in pride the call off the day of guarding. The campus incorporates a museum, an art gallery and short film zone unveiling tales of undaunting perseverance and bravery. The T-junction pillar here has stunning murals representing the actions of the jawans. Also, the lofty watchtower here gives a clear view of the zero line from a height.

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Take Part In Adventurous Activities

Apart from watching the soldiers and their activities up and close, one can feed their adrenaline rushes by taking part in a plethora of adventure activities at Nadabet like ziplining, zip cycling, free fall, rock climbing, rappelling, giant swing, bungee basket, air rifle shooting and ATV off-roading track, among others. One can also enjoy a thrilling toy train ride through the campus.

The place also houses a food court to serve delicious meals to the visitors.

Address | T-Junction, India-Pakistan Border Rd., Nadabet, Banaskantha – 370165, Gujarat

Timings | 9 am to 7 pm

Website | Here