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The Statue of Unity Package offers a magnificent chance to the visitors to recognize the best perspectives of the Sardar Sarovar Dam, Statue of Unity, Narmada Tent City Tour, Sightseeing of Narmada Tent City Tour and encompassing regular environs. The Narmada Tent City Tour has three exciting accord options to suit requirements of all types of visitors– Luxury Tents, Deluxe Tents (AC and Non-AC) and Standard Tents (AC and Non-AC), well-equipped with modern amenities

Want to explore the beautiful Statue of Unity with your dear ones? Statue of Unity Package and Narmada Tent City Tour are the ideal options. Book our Statue of Unity Package with Jel Tours Pvt Ltd for an incredible experience of this popular destination.

The Statue of Unity is dedicated to Indian independence movement leader Vallabhai Patel located in Gujarat, India. It is considered to be the world tallest statue and is twice the size of the statue of Liberty, and is located some 200 km from the central city, Ahmedabad. The exact location of the icon is at Sadhu Bet, near Sardar Sarovar Dam, Garudeshvar weir. The statue is built with the symbol of the country’s unity and integrity, and that’s the reason it is known as the statue of Unity. And a 3.5 km highway is built in the Sadhu Island to Nevada town in Gujarat to have the connectivity to the statue of unity.

Another interesting fact associated with the Statue of Unity is that it can withstand wind velocity up to 60 m/sec, vibration and earthquakes. Along with the Statue, there is also a museum and audio-visual department to depict the life and times of the man who lived an extraordinary life in extraordinary times – Sardar Vallabhai Patel. He earned the title of Iron Man of India for his iron will and nerves of steel. The statue and surrounding area will be accessed by the individual boats to avoid the vehicular traffic.

The statue will be inaugurated on 31st October 2018 by the Prime Minister Narender Modi, and Ram V. Sutar designs it. Indian infrastructure company Larsen & Toubro won the contract on 27th October 2014 for the design, construction, and maintenance. The material used in building the statue is steel framing, reinforced concrete, bronze coating. The project was commenced 31st October 2014 and is about to be completed. The tallest statue of the world is undoubtedly the pride of the nation, and the project has more to offer like to have the Shrestha Bharat Bhavan, Museum and Audiovisual gallery, a laser, light and sound show, research center along with impressive view and entertainment. The research center dedicated to the research and development of subjects like good governance and agricultural development.

It is believed that the monument will be the most important tourist places in India. Tourist would enjoy the large modern canopied public plaza comprising food stalls, fine gift shops, retail kiosks, and other amenities. The monument will stand near the Narmada dam and Narmada Tent City Booking, which has also been named after the Iron Man of India and there could not be a more magnificent location for this statue; both are considered to be one of the largest in the world.

How To Reach The Statue Of Unity

The nearest railway station and airport is Ahmedabad, to reach the statue of unity. After that, the tourists take the road trip crossing various villages and cities starting from Nadid, Godhra, Vadodara, Dhavoi, Rajpipla, and Bharuch. There is a railway station in Bharuch too. But the road trip will give the feel of exploring the culture of the state and history of the place to be visited. 

Key Facts


  • Statue of Unity reaches up to the sky with 182m
  • Viewing Gallery at 153m, at the chest level, to accommodate up to 200 visitors at one go.
  • Two heavy-load, glass elevators offering a stunning, panoramic view on the ride up
  • A Memorial Garden at the base of the Statue
  • Exhibition Centre showcasing Sardar Patel's life
  • Museum & Audio Visual Gallery depicting the life and times of Sardar Patel
  • Sound and Light Show on the Unification of India
  • Research Centre dedicated to subjects like Good Governance and Agricultural Development
  • Restaurants and Recreational Spots
  • Valley of Flowers.


  • Sardar Sarovar Dam, located on the Narmada River in Gujarat, is the world's second largest dam in terms of size and volume
  • It has the largest water carrying capacity of 40,000 cusecs.
  • Rising to a height of 138 meters, the Dam has the longest canal network in the world.
  • Hydroelectricity generation capacity of 1450 mega watts 
  • Key attraction for tourists and engineers for its marvellous viewpoints and engineering technology


  • Accommodation in Premium / Deluxe AC Tents and Standard Non-AC Tents.
  • Visit to Statue of Unity and Sardar Sarovar Dam.
  • Sightseeing Tour to historic Shoolpaneshwar Temple and majestic Palaces.
  • Shopping and cultural evenings
  • Selfie Point for perfect photos with Statue of Unity
  • Delicious regional, Indian and continental cuisines by Courtyard by Marriott
  • Hiking tour to explore ecotourism sites

Estimated Cost

  • Rs. 3050 Crore  (USD 43.76 Million)

Designed By

  • Ram V. Sutar, who is an Indian Sculptor. He has created more than Fifty (50) Monumental Sculptures in the last Forty (40) years of his career. He is the recipient of Padma Bhushan in 2016 and Padma Shri in 1999 for his contribution in the field of Arts

Built By

  • Larsen and Toubro and state run Sardar Sarovar Narmada Nigam Ltd.
  • Scrap Material collected from Villages Across India


  • 3.32 Kilometers from Sardar Sarovar Dam in Gujarat's Kevadia  

Dedicated To

  • Sardar Patel, the Iron Man of India, Credited with Unifying india Post Independence 

Open to Public

  • From November 3,2018

Distance by Road from Statue of Unity

  • Vadodara to Statue of Unity: 95km (2 Hours) 
  • Ahmedabad to Statue of Unity: 200km (4 Hours) 
  • Surat to Statue of Unity: 154km (3 Hours 30 Minutes)