Western Ghats

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Western Ghats
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Pune District, India34 contributions
Dec 2021
Pune and its surrounding Western Ghats are at its most stunning at some stage in the monsoons. In reality, for the reason that temperature graph in Pune is also a witness to the truth that it’s the coolest here whilst it rains. regular drizzle blended by using fog creates the maximum romantic atmosphere around the metropolis. Punekars and Mumbaikars swear by way of the stunning waterfalls across the Western Ghats
Written 31 January 2022
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ameyajoshi
Pune, India618 contributions
Sep 2021
The western ghats is a long stretch of mountains near Pune and overall a great experience with nature. But move away from the highway and the roads can be terrible. This review is of the mulshi area where the post monsoon road condition is worst
Written 18 October 2021
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Dr Bina Bakshi
London, UK135 contributions
Jan 2021
The Western Ghats span across a range of districts, one can see them driving from Bombay to Pune, from Hathern to any city, lonavala, khandala are hill stations nestling in that range
Written 13 January 2021
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Rajeev R
Bengaluru, India2 contributions
Dec 2020 • Family
Varandha ghat is awesome, however roads are in averagely maintained due to heavy Rainfall. Good patch 20km, bad patch 20km. From Mahad to shivtargal road is very good, recently resurfaced. From Bhor side, it's average to bad condition. Dated as on 19-Dec-2020.
Written 21 December 2020
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Shubham Jadhav
Pune, India70 contributions
Aug 2020 • Solo
In rainy season this place is like heaven. The never disappointing feel you will get when you travel through this ghats
Written 7 September 2020
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Rajani B
651 contributions
Feb 2020
Western ghats in and around Pune are simply awesome. It gives a feeling of being close to Mother Nature. The views of mountains ranges in the ghats and the horizon is very nice. The forested areas on the mountains , the greenery around are best views to enjoy in a city like Pune. A drive through the roads on the ghats is adventurous and breath taking.
Written 30 April 2020
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ragjoshi
Mumbai, India200 contributions
Jun 2019
What else can one say? the lifeline of Western and Southern peninsular India. Awesome depth and range of flora and fauna, with stunning views of rivers, lakes, waterfalls during the monsoon
Written 9 March 2020
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RupeshPat
Ahmedabad, India120 contributions
Feb 2020
We have planned for time spending here with friends. Really it was nice experience. Location was very beautiful.
Written 28 February 2020
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Prasad_wildindia
Pune, India126 contributions
Jan 2020
Western ghats is a bio-diversity hotspot. It is an adobe to innumerable species of birds, snakes, frogs, mammals.
Written 14 January 2020
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Sonika A
Mumbai, India801 contributions
Aug 2019
The Western Ghats is considered by many to be the most beautiful place on earth. You get to view lush green hills and valleys everywhere. Especially during the monsoon, the place feels so fresh and pollution-free. They make a perfect weekend getaway from Mumbai. The place is rich with biodiversity also. Best for photographers and nature lovers. It is spread over the entire west coast of India - Maharashtra, Goa, Karnataka, Kerala, and Tamilnadu.
Written 5 January 2020
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