How to Reach:
By Air: Pune airport is the nearest airport to Kaas Plateau
By Rail: The nearest railway station is Satara after which you can take bus/auto to reach. The distance is approx. 25kms
By Road: The best way to reach is to drive in your car or with a group in a bus. Local transportation is available but not recommended
Where to stay:
Lot of stay option is available in Satara so the travellers have the flexibility to choose depending on the budget. Ideally, it’s a one-day trip from Pune.
When to visit?
The best time to set out for the journey to Kaas is September till the outset of October. Travellers coming to this destination must register themselves and get a permit first via online at Rs.50 for weekdays and Rs.100 for visiting on Saturday, Sunday and government holidays. Approx. 3000 visitors are allowed in a day to enter so booking beforehand is advised.
Kaas Lake is on the south of the Kaas Plateau, which is surrounded by dense forests
Chalkewadi windmills Farm is one of the largest windmill farms in Asia stretched over a 5 km plateau
Thoseghar Waterfall is the tallest waterfall in India, located around 35 kms from Satara Bamnoli village is about 15kms from Kaas plateau which is located on the banks of Shivsagar lake by the Koyna dam.
Untapped and unspoilt, this picturesque plateau drapes itself in yellow, pink, blue and purple flowers with trees standing tall and strong at various corners. You’ll get to see too many colourful flowers and buds. It is almost like a vivid dream!