Satara Tourism & Travel Guide

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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Sajjangad was the next location we visited on the way back from Thosegar towards Satara....

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Vasota Fort

3. Vasota FortA bus journey from Mumbai to Satara and further to the village called Barnoli will take you to the spot where the hike begins. Vasota Jungle trek starts with a delightful hour long ferry ride. The Fort was a Maratha base during the Swarajya Mission and this hike could give you a chance to get a sneek peak into the incredible local history of Maharashtra.Base Village: Barnoli (40 kms from Satara)Distance between Mumbai to Satara: 256kmHiking time: 3 hours
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Kaas Road

Check out our last year's journey.The Kaas plateau is a Unesco World Heritage Site with mesmerising views and serene landscapes. The flowers are coming and we are going to revisit the beauty of this place again this year. As soon as they blossom :)
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About 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.

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