Maharashtra being the native to the Western Ghats has several smaller Ghats surrounding it. One of them is the Tamhini Ghat which is a mountain channel flanked by Mulshi and Tamhini. It is the stretch between Kolad and Mulshi Dam backwaters.
Because it is established at the peak of the Western Ghats, Tamhini Ghat is well-known for its surroundings comprising attractive waterfalls, balmy lakes, and thick jungles. The sweep becomes a kickass destination during the monsoons, especially in August and September. During the rainy season, Tamhini transforms itself into a green carpet laddered with numerous waterfalls and petite rivulets.
The road from Tamhini Ghat leads to the Mulshi Dam backwater, which other trails to Palse waterfall. Further ahead is Kolad, which is immensely popular for white water river rafting on the Kundalika River. The heavy rains make it the perfect time to discover the Tamhini Ghat region, encircled by Mulshi Lake, cascading waterfalls and dense forest cover.
One can even visit the enthralling Devkund Waterfalls, hike through the Andharban forest, and visit Raigad and Kolad in the Konkan region. You can spend an entire day trekking through the dense forest while gasping at the rich flora and fauna.
Tamhini Ghat has located on the way to Pune city, a prominent IT Hub destination in Maharashtra. What makes it so unique is that it offers rewarding hikes you can do in this part of the country. We would say that you can camp, trek and have an experience of a lifetime. The nature around you is unbelievable; you must see it to believe it.
Devkund Waterfalls is one of the most beautiful places in India. This place offers fantastic views and a rejuvenating experience with a wide range of activities. With its splendid weather, food, and excellent hiking trail, there are no words to describe a visit to Bhira Waterfall Devkund.