10 Incredible Places to Visit in City of Satara

Satara City in the Satara district of Maharashtra is famous for Seven forts on seven mountains surrounding the city,Kaas plateau, a sweet called kandi pedhe along with unique statue of Shivaji.

Ajinkyatara Fort

Ajinkyatara Fort located at 3,300 feet high on Ajinkyatara Mountain, one of the seven mountains surrounding the city of Satara. The fortress offers a magnificent view of the entire Satara city.

Sajjangad Fort

Sajjangad Fort is located near the city of Satara and was known by the name of Asvalayana Rishi. The fort is the final resting place of Sadguru Shri Samarth Ramdas Swami.

Kaas Plateau

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Kaas plateau or Kaas Pathar also called as valley of flowers of Maharashtra, situated 25 km west from Satara city. The high hill plateaus and grasslands is a biodiversity hotspot and known for various types of seasonal wild flowers.

Kaas Pathar plateau at an altitude of 1200 metres is also home to numerous species of endemic butterflies, August and September are the best time to visit Kaas plateau flower valley of Maharashtra.

Natraj Mandir

Natraj Mandir known as Uttara Chidambaram Sri Nataraj Mandir is the replica of the Chidambaram temple of Tamil Nadu. The Nataraj Mandir is dedicated to Lord Natraj and a popular place to visit in Satara.

Kalubai Temple

Mandhardevi Kalubai temple is located some 20 km from Satara near Wai. The temple is on a hill 4,650 feet above sea level and very popular among Hindus.

Kshetra Mahuli

Kshetra Mahuli village in Satara are situated at one of the bank of river Krishna and Venna. Sangam Mahuli and Kshetra Mahuli are two sacred villages at the confluence of Krishna and Venna Rivers.

Chaar Bhinti

Chaar Bhinti is an important historical place in Satara city, located near Ajinkyatara Fort. This place also contains a monuments of Tatya Tope,Rani Lakshmibai and Rango Bapuji Gupte.

Thoseghar Waterfall

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Thoseghar Waterfalls is the tallest waterfalls of Maharashtra, located 20 km from Satara city near the village of Thoseghar. There are a series of waterfalls in Satara and Thoseghar waterfalls is more spectacular.

Vajrai Waterfall

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Vajrai Waterfall is located 27 km from the city of Satara and second tallest waterfalls of Maharashtra. Urmodi River is started from Vajrai waterfall and the area is highly saturated with leaches.

Rajwada Palace

The city of Satara has two palaces known as Juna Rajwada and Nava Rajwada. Both Rajwada palaces are situated in heart of city adjoining each other.