Satara Tourism & Travel Guide

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.

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To Summarize- This was a budget travel, and if you think that Mahabaleshwar Can pinch your pocket then you must try Satara and I am sure it will not disappoint you, I think it was the best bet which we guys took as no one of us had an hint that it will be so happening and full of beautiful memories and scenic Satara, We tried to cover all major attractions but still left with few and hope full to cover the rest someday… # Message me for any kind of changes and improvement to my writing and info provided....

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Satara is also a very beautiful city.....

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Top Places To Visit in Satara 37 Spots

That was Friday evening . Me and my team mates having coffee together with some chit chat. Suddenly that chit chat turned into discussion. In that discussion we started talking about rulers of Maharashtra region . At this point the idea of visiting this came out.Almost every one in our team visited the near by forts to Pune. Like Sinhgad Fort, Lohagad Fort,Shaniwar Wada Fort etc. This time we are trying to visit different fort . At this time my one of best friend and colleague Kishore told me about this Fort. We all agreed to visit this fort. Amazing thing about this fort is Ferry ride if 2 hour and trekking of around 8 Km.We completed all our work and booked the car and left the office.Went to flat and did some packing for one day trip and slept.Early morning at 3.30 am we boarded our car and journey to this amazing fort started.We took NH48 route and took right turn at Wai Satara. Had some breakfast near Bamnoli in small hotel which is also looks like house.
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Listed as a biodiversity site by UNESCO, Kaas Plateau is paradise on Earth with its natural volcanic soil, which is home to more than 850 species of plants among which 600 yield flowers. 40 of these are only Kaas exclusive, so that’s viable reason for you to choose this as a weekend spot from Mumbai. Drive straight towards the Mumbai-Pune highway an soon the beauty around will grasp you in a compelling approach. The road to the plateau itself is colourful enough with the range of flowers lying everywhere. Best time to visit would be any where between End August to November.Distance from Mumbai - 279 Kms-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Tourist Places near Mumbai within 400 - 500 Kms
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