Maharashtra’s Valley of the Flowers, the Kaas Plateau, is located in the district of Satara. This place becomes alive during monsoon as one could witnesses blooming of wild flowers. About 1,500 varieties of flowers are recorded to be on the plateau. You may visit here during the months of August - October and in the month of September, you may spot birds like Malabar Crested Lark and Bonneli’s Eagle.
Dudhsagar Falls, Goa
For a weekend getaway during monsoon, you may visit Dudhsagar Falls that comes alive during monsoon and thus, becomes a must-visiting destination. The place gets name from the Konkani dialect, which means ‘sea of milk’. The 600m waterfall provides a breathtaking view for the onlookers. Adjacent, there are various pools that make this destination the perfect location to enjoy a fun filled day.
Karnala is the sought-after destination for bird watchers. During winters, one could spot abundant of migratory birds, but monsoon is regarded as an ideal time to spot resident species paradise flycatcher, magpie robin, and Malabar whistling thrush. Adventure seekers also find this place as huge attraction as they could opt for trekking sessions.
With proximity to Pune, Mulshi is considered the best weekend getaway to break the monotony of life and take a relaxing break from the hectic schedules. If Mulshi Dam, does not attract you much, you may visit Palase waterfall. Thus, during monsoon the Tamahini ghats are worth visiting.
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