If you are sitting in the office or at home and planning to visit some untouched place (Untouched from crowd) your answer is in six words.
S A T A R A
Satara is small town located in the heart of Sahyadri foothills.This Indian tourist place is 2320 feet above from the sea-level. Satara is the meeting point of two big rivers of India such as Krishna and Venna. Foundation of city was done in 16th century, though it was declared capital during the ruling period of Maratha’s. Bhonsle Chhatrapati was the ruler who declared this city as capital. It is kind of historical places, but the spots are beautiful and going to take your breath away. The name of city itself states the value of this place. Satara means Seven Stars, though the stars means hills so this place is famous for seven different hills. Kandi pedha is the sweet item famous in Satara.
What is included in the tour
- To & Fro Transportation as per itinerary
- 2 Nights Hotels stay at Hotel
- 1 Day Sightseeing of Satara
- Half day tour of Satara Local Market & City
- 5% GST Included
What is NOT included in the tour
- Toll & parking Charges are to be Born By Client Directly.
- Personal Expenses like Telephone, Fax, Internet, Laundry, etc.
- · Any tips, room service, insurance, wine, boating charge
- · Guide / Entrance fees, porters, Pony Rides
- · Any cost arising due to natural calamities like landslides, road blocks etc (to be borne by the clients directly on the spot).
- · Any increase in taxes or fuel, leading to increase in surface transportation & land arrangements, which may come into effect prior to departure.
- · Any services not specifically mentioned in the inclusions.
- · Food & refreshment during journey
- · Extra Hotel services
- · Hill Station Entry Tax. ( Rs.**/- Per Person )
- · Breakfast of check-in or check-out day. ( As per Hotel )
Day 1: Arrive at Satara
This day Arrive at Satara. Check in hotel as per Hotel Rule. In Evening Explore area near by hotel or Shopping at Main market of Satara. Satara is located merging point of the River Krishna and River Venna of kshetra Mahuli, Satara is a well-known tourist destination in Maharashtra. The lush landscape, intriguing history and the pleasant climate of Satara are major crowd pullers & the place is known for its own culture. Covering Kaas Platue - Famed as the ‘Valley of Flowers’ of the Maharashtra state, Kass Plateau is a placed between 1200-1240 meters, above the sea level. The encircling hills, the plateau and the lake are major crowd pullers for the tourists. Thousands of wild flowers that grow between September/October are the highlights, Kaas Talav, Yevateshwar, Vajarai Waterfall & picturesque view of Koyna Backwater at Bamnoli. Overnight stay at Hotel.
Day 2: Local Sightseeing
After breakfast proceed for sightseeing of Purneshwar Temple, Sajjangad - The English translation of the word Sajjangad means ‘Fort of Good People’. Built by Bahmani rulers between 1347 and1527, Sajjangad Fort is also the final resting place, who was a saint as well as a social reformer of the 17th century. This fort is not only an architectural marvel but also has a religious importance. In the present times, this fort is taken care of by Ramdas Swami Sansthan. The fort is open for public from sunrise to sunset, Thoseghar waterfall, Chalkewadi – also famous for valley of Flowers unlike Kass Platue, Ajinkyatara fort - Situated in the heart center of Satara town, Ajinkyatara Fort is placed within Ajinkyatra Mountains at 3300 feet above the sea level. The hill of Yawateshwar also offers some great views of this magnificent fort. Meaning ‘the Impregnable Star’, this fort was erected during the 16thcentury & Kshetra Mahuli - Shree Kshetra Mahuli is situated at confluence of rivers Krishna and Venna. Krishna being major river of the two. This place is also called as “Dakshin Kashi”. There are three major temples of Lord Shiva namely, Vishweshwar, Rameshwar and Sangameshwar. There are a few more temples as well but I could not get names and details of these. Vishweshwar side is called “Sangam Mahuli” whereas Rameshwar side is called “Kshetra Mahuli”.
Day 3: Check out & Return Journey
Check out as per Hotel rule & transfer to Mumbai/Pune