About Satara

Satara is a city located in the Satara District near the confluence of the river Krishna and its tributary river Venna. The city was established in the 16th century and was the seat of Raja of Satara Chhatrapati Shahu. The city gets the name from Seven-forts which are close to the city. Satara is well known for its sweet Kandipedhe. Satara City has a unique statue of Shivaji standing near a canon at Powai Naka Kas plateau or Flower plateau is now a World Natural Heritage site. Satara hosts 'Satara Half Hill Marathon' every year.
Sajjangad Fort

Sajjangad meaning fort of good people is located near the city of Satara. It is the final resting place of Sant Ramdas in 17th century India.
Ajinkyatara Fort

Ajinkyatara is a fort on one of the seven mountains surrounding the city of Satara in the Sahayadri mountains of Maharashtra. 
Kaas Plateau

Kaas Plateau also known as the Kaas Pathar or Kas Sadas is a plateau situated 25 kilometres west from Satara city in Maharashtra.
Sangam Mahuli and Kshetra Mahuli

Sangam Mahuli and Kshetra Mahuli are two sacred villages situated at the confluence of Krishna and Venna Rivers in the Satara district of Maharashtra. Sangam Mahuli is one of the popular pilgrimage places to visit in Satara. The other side of the river Krishna is called Kshetra Mahuli.
Natraj Mandir

Nataraj Temple also referred to as the Chidambaram Nataraja temple or Thillai Nataraja temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to Nataraja or Shiva as the lord of the dance.
Thosegarh Waterfall

Thoseghar waterfall is a scenic spot located near the small village of Thoseghar, 20 km from Satara city, at the edge of the Konkan region, in Western India.
Chalkewadi Windmill Farms

Chalkewadi wind energy project in Satara was developed with the intention of generating clean energy. There are hundreds of windmills on the adjoining hills.
Chaar Bhinti

Char Bhinti is another important historical place in Satara. Situated on the way to Ajinkyatara Fort, this hill offers a good view of Satara city. While on one side one can see Satara city, on the other side there is Ajinkyatara fort.

Bogda refers to a tunnel built through the Ajinkyatara Mountain, connecting places on the other side of the mountain. Bogda is regarded as one of the finest examples of civil and construction engineering works of the British Raj.
Best Time To Visit Satara

The best time to visit Satara is from October to March. The summers in Satara are often unbearably hot and contribute to lower tourist activity. With daytime temperatures often touching 40°C. The Monsoon and the pre-monsoon period is the best time to visit Satara is the Kaas plateau is awash with a colorful covering of wild flora, very seasonal but a heritage to the world and a unique biodiversity hotspot. August to October period would be the ideal time to experience light drizzles, misty mountain sides, strolling strawberry fields, and many other unique experiences. November to February winter period sees a dip in temperatures, with average temperatures reaching as low as 11°C. With a drier climate, touring would be a pleasure. Early morning walks to see sunrises and enjoy forested grassy views would be pleasurable. Boating upon the Koyna and Krishna would make for breath-taking views and fill your lungs with fresh air as you take in the surrounding beauty.

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