Baneshwar Temple, about 70 kms away from Dungarpur headquarter and is located on a river delta, formed at the convergence of the rivers, Som and Mahi and is dedicated to Lord Shiva. A festival, popularly known as Baneshwar Fair is held every year from Magh Shukla Ekadasi to Magh Shukla Purnima (February) of the Indian calendar. A large number of devotees visit Temple on this auspicious occasion.
Baroda, the village of temples, is just 41 km from Dungrapur. Shaivism and Jainism are the main religions followed here. Tourists can see an ancient Shiva temple located close to the main tank of the village.
This temple is made of white stone and is visited by large numbers of devotees around the year. There is also a Jain temple and is dedicated to Jain Tirthankara Parshwanatha.
Udaipur is about 103 kms away from Dungrapur and a very popular tourist place. This is well developed city with many Historical spots.