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Kaas Plateau
Kaas Plateau Tour also known as Maharashtra\'s Valley of Flowers. Kaas Plateau is situated on the high hills of Sahyadri in the Western Ghats. It is the best place to visit in the monsoon, from the mid of Augu

Kaas Plateau - Thoseghar Waterfall - Sajjangad Tour from Pune on 14th October 2018


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Kaas Plateau


Kaas Plateau Tour also known as Maharashtra's Valley of Flowers. Kaas Plateau is situated on the high hills of Sahyadri in the Western Ghats. It is the best place to visit in the monsoon, from the mid of August to October. The whole plateau looks like a carpet in various shades. It's a unique place for flora researchers, nature lovers & photographers. Near about 175 various flower species found at Kaas Plateau and one of the few found on earth only at Kaas Plateau. In June 2012, UNESCO has announced this location as a Biodiversity World Heritage Site.


The plateau is home to 850 species of flowering plants, of which 624 have entered the Red Data Book, a state document that lists species whose existence is threatened. As many as 39 species are found only in Kaas region. Some of the rare species found here include Dipcadi montanum, Ceropegia vincaefolia, Pleocaulus ritchiei and Drosera burmannii. This is also the reason why the place is popular with nature lovers, flora researchers and also photographers.


Tour is ideal for People who are interested in Macro Photography and Landscape Photography and Flora and Fauna and Wildflowers.


Thoseghar Waterfall


Thoseghar is very famous for its high Waterfalls. one of which is around 500 meters tall. Thoseghar is a wonderful place for nature lovers. These Waterfalls are very attractive and creates a loud noise in the calm nature.




The term Sajjan actually means kind hearted or a gentle. And if the word GAD is added - which means fort. Then name of the fort actually means fort of kind people. Sajjangad as a fort has a lot of religious importance than historical importance. This fort was known by the name of Asvalayana Rishi, since he lived here for many years long ago. Sajjangad was earlier also known as Aswala gad. Aswala in marathi means a wild bear. Could be because of wandering bears in ancient time in this area. The fort was made by Bahmani emperors in between (1347-1527) and also under the command of Adil Shah and the Mughals. Sajjangad was a name that was bestowed by Shivaji Maharaja and requested Shri Ramdas Swami to set up his monastery. Shri Ramdas Swami has his final resting place here. Sant Ramdas was a social reformer, spiritual poet, and teacher, gifted composer, writer. Whose teachings are being followed even today in Maharashtra.


Kaas Pathar Tour Itinerary

05:30 Meet at Bank of Maharashtra, Shivajinagar.

05:45 Leave for Kaas Plateau of flowers.

(Pick up points on the way or depend upon clients.)

Breakfast on the way.

10:00 Reach Kaas Plateau. Sightseeing – Photography – Valley exploration.

11:30 Departure from Kaas Pathar.

12:30 Lunch.

13.30 Move towards Thoseghar Waterfall.

14:30 Thoseghar Waterfall. (Walk of 10 Minutes required to reach the Point of Thoseghar Waterfall.)

15:00 Move towards Sajjangad fort.

15:30 Reach at Sajjangad base and start ascending.

16:00 Reach on Sajjangad top and explore.

17:00 Start descending.

17:30 Reach at base and start return journey.

21:30 Approx. arrival at Pune.



  • Sajjangad visit may get cancelled if the traffic conditions are not suitable.


Cost Includes

  • Pune to Pune travel by a Non-AC bus.

  • 1 Veg Breakfast and 1 Veg Lunch.

  • Entry fee for Kaas Plateau & Thoseghar Waterfall.

  • Treks and Trails India charges.


Cost Excludes

  • Mineral water/lime water/ purchased for personal consumption

  • All kinds of Extra Meals / soft drinks ordered.

  • Any kind of personal expenses. (Camera charges, etc.).

  • Any kind of cost which is not mentioned in the cost includes above.

  • All expenses incurred due to unforeseen and unavoidable circumstances like roadblocks, bad weather.

  • Any medical / Emergency evacuations if required.


Cancellation Policy

  • 75% refund if notified via phone conversation 8 or more days prior to the event date.
  • 50 % refund if notified via phone conversation 4 to 7 days prior to the event date.
  • No refund if the cancellation requested is less than 3 days prior to event date 
  • No show No Refund.
  • Event Tickets cannot be transferred to another date against cancellation.
  • Event Tickets cannot be transferred to another person against cancellation.
  • If Trek get cancelled we will refund "Trek Amount" only.

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