Located in the Satara district of Maharashtra, India.
UNESCO World Heritage Site:
Recognized for its unique biodiversity, especially during the flowering season.
Witness a spectacular display of wildflowers from August to October.
Home to a diverse range of endemic and endangered plant species.
Efforts to preserve and protect the unique ecosystem of Kaas Plateau.
Accessible by road, and it’s a popular destination for nature enthusiasts.
A paradise for photographers capturing the vibrant landscape and flora.
Strict regulations in place to maintain the ecological balance and prevent damage.
Open to visitors during specific hours, and entry permits may be required.
Explore nearby attractions like Thoseghar Waterfalls and Sajjangad Fort.