KAAS PLATEAU (15 kms)

The Kaas Plateau, also known as the Kaas Pathar, is a plateau situated 25 kilometres west from Satara City. It falls under the Sahyadri Sub Cluster of the Western Ghats, and it became a part of a UNESCO World Natural Heritage Site in 2012. It is a biodiversity hotspot known for various types of seasonal wildflowers bloom and numerous species of endemic butterflies annually in the months of August and September. The plateau is situated at an altitude of 1200 metres and is approximately 10 square kilometers in area. Kaas has more than 850 different species of flowering plants. Kaas Pathar is a plateau made from volcanic rocks.

THOSEGHAR WATERFALLS (25 kms)

Thoseghar waterfalls is a scenic spot located near the small village of Thoseghar, 20 km from Satara city, at the edge of the Konkan region, in Western India. There are a series of waterfalls, some of them 15 to 20 metres and one of approx 200 metres in height.

VAJRAI WATERFALLS (35 kms)

Vajrai is known as a devotional place. Also this place is known as Vajrai Waterfall. According to people there, Marathi Saint Samarth Ramdas Swami has climbed this mountain in 3 footsteps because of that straight Vajrai Waterfall mountain is converted into three stair waterfall mountain. Vajrai Waterfall is situated at the Sahyadri hills near Satara. As per geographical view, Vajrai Waterfall's height is around 853 ft.

BAMNOLI LAKE (45 kms)

Panchgani is a hill station southeast of Mumbai in India’s Maharashtra state. It’s known for the Table Land, a huge volcanic plateau. Lookouts like Sydney Point and Parsi Point offer views of Dhom Dam lake and Kamalgad Fort, used as a prison by the British in the early 19th century. To the southeast, the Rajpuri Caves are surrounded by sacred ponds and contain a temple dedicated to the Hindu god Lord Kartikeya.

PANCHGANI (70 kms)

Panchgani is a hill station southeast of Mumbai in India’s Maharashtra state. It’s known for the Table Land, a huge volcanic plateau. Lookouts like Sydney Point and Parsi Point offer views of Dhom Dam lake and Kamalgad Fort, used as a prison by the British in the early 19th century. To the southeast, the Rajpuri Caves are surrounded by sacred ponds and contain a temple dedicated to the Hindu god Lord Kartikeya.

MAHABALESHWAR (85 kms)

Mahabaleshwar is a hill station in India's forested Western Ghats range, south of Mumbai. It features several elevated viewing points, such as Arthur’s Seat. West of here is centuries-old Pratapgad Fort, perched atop a mountain spur. East, Lingmala Waterfall tumbles off a sheer cliff. Colorful boats dot Venna Lake, while 5 rivers meet at Panch Ganga Temple to the north.