The Vajrai waterfall is the second highest plunge fall in India, and is split into 3 layers, that finally end at the Kaas Lake. From the plateau you can see the lake and a side view of the waterfall. A separate 3 hour trek can take you closer to the falls, but we’d recommend a guide a for this!
As we walked down that slightly slushy path, Mahesh and I looked at each other with wide grins on our faces! Kaas Plateau wasn’t a glamorous touristy spot. It was peaceful, with a few more people sharing the landscape with us and just this made us so very happy to be there!
If you’d like to visit Kaas, here are something to keep in mind:
1. Ticket: There is an entry fee of 100 rupees per person
2. Food: There aren’t many places to eat within a one hour vicinity, however there are plenty of places to eat on the way
3. Things to carry: If there is a forecast of rain, definitely carry an umbrella/ raincoat and a few plastic bags for phones and camera
4. What to wear: Wear shoes or sandals that have a good grip and comfortable clothing that you can walk in.
5. How to reach: The best way to reach from Pune / Satara is to drive in our opinion.
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