Bamnoli Village near Satara

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  1. D B Pedram says:

    We were little disappointed to see brown soil with totally dried plants on the Kaas plateau today I.e. 12 November 15. But as we descended down to Banmoli, it was a very pleasant surprise! Although this year it didn’t rain enough, there was water in the Shivsagar lake, backwater of Koyna. A boat ride to the Triveni sangam and to the Shiva temple was just superb! The complete hill where the Shiva temple lies is covered with variety of trees making the place very cool and the ambience because of the temple adds such a pious feeling. As you enter the temple inside the cave, its simply unbelievable experience. It was so calm inside that one can forget everything, our own presence itself! Probably one of the best places for meditation!
    It was an awesome experience to cherish for a lifetime.

  2. Hello, Bamnoli to tapola would be a long off roading route and in rains, it may be difficult. You can stay in either Satara or mahabaleshwar (closer to tapola).
    Best option would be to stay in mahabaleshwar, cover Mahab and Tapola in one day.
    Next day, go on offroad route from mahabaleshwar to Kaas (there is a route visible on the map), cover Bamnoli that day.,

  3. Mrs. M. Deshmukh says:

    I am planning to visit satara, kas ,bamnoli, tapola from Aug 15 to 17. we are starting from pune. we are 4 family members ( myself, husband, & 2 daughters 26yrs& 22 yrs old) all nature lovers. love to travel off beat roads . we have our own Mahindra SUV please suggest tour rout for the above destinations & also lodging & bording fassilities

    Mrs. Deshmukh

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