Tamhini Ghat

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Manoj Madhukar Jadhav
Pune, India221 contributions
This is one of the nearby attractions in Pune ( 2hrs of drive) approx. Recommend visit in Rainy days or winter to see the greenary and beauty of the place. Also if you go ahead you may fild the famous waterfall Devkund
Written 25 April 2022
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Surya Katakam
Hyderabad, India1,788 contributions
Tamhini Ghat is a Mountain passage located between Tamhini and Mulshi on the crest of the western Ghat Sahyadri mountain range. This ghat did not exist earlier, Considering the requirement of additional routes to take traffic in Konkan from Pune and Lonavala this route was constructed. This Ghat stretches around 15 km. Tamhini ghat section is considered to be the 5th wettest place in India.

Nearest Tourist Attractions:
1. Tamhini water falls: There are plenty of water falls which appears during Monsoon throughout the Tamhini ghar road
2. Mulshi Dam: Mulshi dam is amazing weekend gateway from Pune. This Dam is favorite spot for the visitors and here get opportunities to go on Bird watching, trekking and campaigning.
3. Vanjai Mata Temple: This temple is a Century old temple
4. Kailasgad Fort: This fort is unexplored fort area and it will be best place to visit in the morning snow fall.
5. Raigad fort: Raigad fort is favorite trekking spot of nearby for most of the visitors
6. Andharban trail point: This is one of the most popular vantage points present at the spot. Here you will be exploring gliding waterfalls & quaint streams lined along.
7. Temghar Dam which is situated on the banks of Mutha river that flows through the Pune City. You will mesmerize with its Panoramic views.
8. Warasgaon Dam: This dam is also called as Veer Baji Pasalkar Dam. it is one of the four dams which provides water supply to Pune City. This dam is constructed on Mose river and which is adjacent to Panshet dam
9. Panshet Dam: This dam is also called as Tanaji Sagar Dam which is constructed on the Ambi river, a tributary of Mutha river. This is also one of the three dams which are suppling water to Pune City. This dam is constructed in 1950.
10. Lavasa: Lavasa which is 30 km away from Mulshi, a spread of lush green landscapes by a private cooperation.
Written 13 December 2021
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tyagirakg
Pune, India320 contributions
Family
We have visited this ghat and found this fantastic in terms of natural beauty and full water ghat view. It is very peaceful and beautiful place.
Written 3 October 2021
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Srinivas
2 contributions
Its simply superb. Travelled from Pune to Tamhini ghat via Mulshi today, the road is of 2 lane, excellent quality with negligible patches, definitely worth driving. Felt like travelling in Manali in Himachal. Its a trip in rain, waterfall and driving in fog
Written 7 July 2021
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TravellerMentor
Navi Mumbai, India550 contributions
It was amazing view all around the ghat and It seems like a cloud comes down was looking epic. Good place to visit during winter and Monsoon season.
Written 11 April 2020
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Prasad_wildindia
Pune, India126 contributions
A must visit place around Pune. Best time to visit is initial monsoon days however it is the same time when it is full of drunk and/or irresponsible riders/ drivers.
Written 15 January 2020
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Shree
14 contributions
Family
Unbelievable treasure spot. Though it was raining , monsoon is the best time to visit. Roads are under construction in patches. So in monsoon after the heavy flood, we faced a lot of trouble but when reached the Talav, the scenes were so heavenly, with haziness of fog all around, the journey was just nothing. There's no sitting place though. U have to get down from car , and relish the atmosphere and take pictures and again come back.
Written 10 November 2019
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Navigate37856860253
Pune, India3 contributions
Nice place to go close to the nature. Road condition is good. Massive road construction and improvement work is going on. There is a patch of 9 to 10 kms which is worst. Rest all is good!
Written 7 November 2019
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Sumedh Vidhate
Pune, India172 contributions
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This ghat is around 60 kms away from the city of pune. This ghat know for through out green lash mountain and waterfalls during the rainy season. During rains the road is covered with all fog too. There are main 2 3 waterfalls during this ghat. This ghat is a connecting road to the konkan region. The roads are extremely bad. Though the work is going on but still way to bad. I feel if your going couple alone please avoid. Try going in a group.
Written 28 October 2019
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Praveen Behara
4 contributions
I took a trip in my car with a target of reach 80km (orchard cafe deep inside Tamhini). Google maps showed around 3 hrs travel time. I read the reviews on Trip Advisor where people called the roads horrible. Owing to my previous experience, I thought people just exaggerated it. But, the roads were so bad that after around 50 km, I just turned back (nearer to Sai Resorts). I couldn't do it to my car. There are stretches of roads (old tar roads) which I loved to drive upon. And there are these new cement roads stretches which were bordering on dangerous. And rest of it was pothole pothole and moon craters. The view was good, but somehow along the whole stretch there were very few photo oppurtunities.The number of waterfalls were also less, or placed where there was difficulty in stopping by.

All in all, go via a hired cab to forget about damage to your car and enjoy the trip.
Written 21 September 2019
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