Top 3 Places to visit in Satara

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Best things to do in Satara and sightseeing in Satara

The seven hills surrounding Satara give this picturesque district its name. Home to the popular Panchgani and Mahableshwar, Satara in Maharashtra is perfect for a rejuvenation holiday. If you are here for a holiday, do visit the scenic Kaas Plateau overlooking the Kaas Lake. Though it is a popular spot, you may be disappointed with the lack of good eating places. It's best to head here after breakfast. Another wonderful tourist spot is the Thoseghar Waterfalls. Located about 25 km from Satara, these lovely waterfalls offer the most stunning views during monsoon. Also the highest waterfall in Maharashtra, Thoseghar should definitely be on your itinerary. If you have more time, then head to the village of Bamnoli, located 50 km away, where you can enjoy boating in the Shivsagar Lake. There are tons of places to visit in Satara district so do choose your destinations in accordance to the kind of holiday you'd like to take.

Kaas Plateau of Flowers - Satara

This is a bio- diversity Heritage Site and Maharashtra's amswer to the Valley of Flowers. This is also known as the Kaas Pathar and is given the title of "Switzerland of the West" due to the extra ordinary beauty of this place. This is a volcanic plateau with a palette of colors covering the whole place. you find a variety of flowers here which from a distance seem to be a multi color covering over the plateau. This is a nature lovers' paradise and a photographer's food for the lenses, this place is a not to miss during your visit at any cost.
valley of flowers
Kashyap

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Natural Beauty of India !
Tanvi Nadkarni

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The Kaas Plateau in Satara is situated in the Sahyadri Ranges of the Western Ghats and is spread along 1000 hectres. It derives its name from the Kaasa tree that bears white flowers only once every 7-8 years.
Elita

505 Followers, 10 Reviews


Best time to visit
August- October
Things to do
sight- seeing, hiking, photography
Open Hours
Open 24 hours
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Elephant’s Head Point - Satara

If you are a photo fantic, this place is nirvana for you. Elephant's point cave is open on all days and the entry is free here. You will be left spellbound by the artwork of nature. The rocks looks similar to that of the elephant's trunk and head. You can actually figure it out. It's not been artificially created. All of this is nature's magic and blessing. The sunrise and sunset from this point is spectacular to watch. You will love eating the aam or kairi here.
Ruchi Jain

460 Followers, 88 Reviews


Elphinstone Point - Satara

Elphinstone Point is located 3.21 km in front of Arthur's Seat and 11 km in front of Frere Hall. At this time the cliffs are larger and increase from the Konkan, which is around 2500 ft below the amount of the Koyna valley. Created throughout the English concept, this time is called after the Governor of Bombay, Sir Elphinstone. Tourists may enjoy the see of Koyna pit, plains and the ravine, which lies between the Elphinstone place and Arthur point. The see of Water Savitri, which originates from this time can be beautiful. Discovered by Dr. Murray in 1830.
The scenic view. Blissful.
Kshama Pandey

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Across the year
Things to do
Sight seeing
Open Hours
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