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Sai Farm in Kolad, just 120 km from Mumbai or Pune, is the perfect weekend getaway in Maharashtra. It is nestled along the gentle flowing Kundalika river where one can go trekking, fishing, swimming, bird watching, or just drifting through the whole day, doing nothing. At Sai Farm, you stay with friends. Nature plays host and you can relax, recharge, and revive your spirit. This charming resort is the perfect choice for picnics, parties, get-togethers, family outings, rest and recuperation, and above all, peace and solitude. Laze in the natural swimming pool, play badminton, cricket, or football on the grounds, or enjoy a match of table tennis, darts, chess, or carrom with friends. You can enjoy the gentle rhythm of the river with a swim or gliding on a handcrafted raft.
We arrange white water rafting (16 rapids, 12km stretch, 3 hours stint), guided treks, kayaking, canoeing, rapelling, and more. It is a unique learning experience for the children who are living in the city.
The kitchen dishes out the most authentic food, Malwani, Punjabi, Chinese, etc where you rediscover your tastebuds and enjoy an explosion of fusion cuisine. Divine food is not cooked, it is composed.
Kolad River Rafting Kolad - Kolad is an instance of paradise for adventure enthusiasts. Kundalika river's 14 kilometer stretch of exciting rapids provide one, one and a half hours of white water rafting. The monsoon season tends to be the best for the adventure sport, though at times rafting pauses due to weather conditions.
Nestled in the lap of Sahyadri Ranges, the small village called Kolad is known for attracting people with adventurous streak. Offering a nerve pumping rafting expedition on Kundalika River, the activity takes place across two dams covering an approximate stretch of 12 kms. Bundled with raw beauty of nature, the activity is a perfect opportunity to let your fear fly off. The adventure over the easy flowing and abundant water is not only about fun but about a passion. Maneuver your rafts and get ready for an adventurous ride on Kundalika River invading through a tiny and rustic hamlet of Kolad adding punch to the ride.
Tamhini Ghat Waterfalls Kolad -The most popular attraction of Tamhini Ghat is the enchanting Tamhini Waterfalls. Also known as the Valse, these waterfalls cascade down a significant height and form a pool at the base. Other than trekking, sightseeing and picnicking, tourists also enjoy swimming in the water or simply an occasional dip.
Bhira Dam Kolad - Also known as the Tata Power house Dam, it was built by Tata Power Company in the year 1927. The water of this dam is used for irrigational purposes and power generation. It is the major source of water for the Kundalika River which is popular for water rafting.
Ghosala Fort Kolad - Standing between the Revdanda and the Salav Creeks, is a fort known for its architecture and design. There are two temples and a dargarh in the fort complex as well. Prisons, parapets, stores and chambers can be seen inside the fort.
Sutarwadi Lake Kolad - This pristine lake with beautiful surroundings and a quaint atmosphere is a perfect destination for bird watchers. Watching the sun get reflected on the calm waters is a beautiful sight to behold while here.
Plus Valley Trek Kolad - The Plus Valley is such a unique place that nobody can resist the call to explore and enjoy it. Exactly like the name of the place, the valley is in the shape of a plus sign, which adds to the intrigue and excitement of this amazing destination. Challenging terrains, exotic fauna, and awe-inspiring scenery will keep you coming back for more.
Tala Fort Kolad - Situated 1000 feet above the sea level, this fort primarily acts as a view point. Built in the 4th Century, this fort is set in the midst of lush greenery on hilly terrains. The River Rajpuri can be viewed from here.
Kuda Mandad Caves Kolad - These caves are a part of the Janjira Hills. A group of 13 Buddhist caves, many sculptures, paintings and inscriptions can be found here. Stupas of the Lord can also be seen.
Gaimukh Kolad - Literally translated as 'the mouth of the cow', this is a small village located in Thane West and is also a famous pilgrim centre. It houses a temple dedicated to Lord Shiva which comes in the limelight every Mahashivratri - the festival of Shiva.
During the festival, a 15 days Gaimukh Mela is organized in the village. Along with this temple, there is also a cave temple ( a unique experience in itself) dedicated to Kuramvars. There are a couple of other temples in and around this village as well.
Devkund Waterfalls Trek Pune - Located in Bhira, Raigad district, Maharashtra, Devkund Waterfalls are a popular tourist attraction and a beautiful picnic spot. The Devkund waterfalls in fact lie at the confluence of three waterfalls and it is believed that they originate from the river Kundalika. Enveloped by a forest of the same name, 'Devkund', you can reach the peak by taking a three-hour long trek from the base village of Bhira. The places that fall on the way to the waterfalls are equally beautiful and the experience of the trek is really worth your time and effort. You can relish dipping into the water that flows downstream and collects at the bottom of the waterfall.
Thank Rinki - warm hospitality given by Mamta and amazing rafting service - leisure trip - overall I enjoyed
see you again
By Ms. Lata