Satara Tourism

Satara, founded in the 16th century by the Chhatrapati Shahu, the Raja of Satara; is a city in Maharashtra, India. Satara is most famous for Kas Plateau, also known as Flower Plateau, which is considered as the World Natural Heritage Site. The Plateau is a valley filled with flowers with a variety of species. Thoseghar Waterfalls and Vajrai Waterfall (India's highest waterfall) are the best waterfalls to visit in Satara during the monsoon season i.e. during July and October. Baramotichi Vihir is a stepwell which is famous in the city; it was constructed by Virubhai Bhosale between 1641 and 1646.

Ajinkyatara Fort is located in the Sahyadri Mountains, in Satara. The meaning of Ajinkyatara is 'the Impregnable Star’. Historical wars took place in this fort after the death of Shivaji Maharaja. Sajjangad Fort is another tourist attraction site in the city. 'Sajjangad' means 'Fort of Good'. This fort is the resting place for Sant Ramdasand, and the teaching of Sant Ramdas Dasbodh manuscript is still being taught in various temples across Maharashtra. Religious sites in the city are also famous, for example Natraj Mandir, Panch Ganga temple, Dholya Ganapathi temple and other are few of the temples visited in the city.

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Travel Guide Koyna Wildlife Sanctuary Satara Maharashtra
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Koyna Wildlife Sanctuary

The most famous one is located in the hilly Western Ghat region of Maharashtra in the Satara district by the Koyna River. This wildlife sanctuary is called Koyna Wildlife Sanctuary and it is one of the largest ones in the whole of Maharashtra.

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Travel Guide Mahabaleshwar Hill Station Satara Maharashtra
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Mahabaleshwar Hill Station

There are always a great many tourist spots in a particular region but out of those only one gets the top spot in the general tourism booklet. In case of Maharashtra, this spot is taken by the Mahabaleshwar Hill station.

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Travel Guide Pratapgad Fort Pune Maharashtra
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Pratapgad Fort

There are many historical forts in India and every one of these has their own set of historical importance and significance. The state of Maharashtra has come into being because of the flourishing of the Maratha kingdom over this region.

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Travel Guide Vasota Fort
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Vasota Fort

Vasota fort, also known as the Vyaghragad or abode of the tiger is a legendary fort in Maharashtra. The tale of mistress Tai Telin’s audacious battle to protect this fort from enemy assault has immortalized this Maratha kingdom cornerstone in the history.

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