Saputara Lake is a man made lake situated in the Dang District, Gujarat, India. The Saputara Lake is located at a mere distance of 1 kilometer from the main city hill station. Saputara town is part of Dang district in Gujarat. It is a tourist destination. Saputara has mythological importance as it is believed that Lord Rama spent 11 years of his exile here. The name Saputara literally means ‘Abode of Serpents’. Saputara Lake is encompassed by undulating hills and lush greenery, which make it a picturesque place to relax and rejoice. It also offers a distant panorama of the majestic Sahyadri Hills. The sunrise and sunset points of this lake provide stunning vistas during dawn and dusk. For the locals and tourists of Saputara, this spot is considered to be a popular picnic get away. This water body in Saputara is surrounded with lush green environs and beauty. The time after a monsoon is the best to visit.