Malshej Ghat


Malshej Ghat is located in Pune district of Maharashtra. Situated at a height of 700m above the sea level, Malshej Ghat is trekker's and adventure lover's favorite destination.
Malshej Ghat also offers a panoramic beauty of the nature. With a rejuvenating climate, charming mountains, Malshej Ghat is a perfect holiday retreat.

The best time to visit Malshej Ghat is during the winter, when the weather is cool and everything around looks green and fresh. With many lakes and meandering waterfalls, Malshej Ghat is a place where you can relax in solitude.

The attractions of Malshej Ghat are the Shivenri Fort, where the great Maratha ruler Shivaji was born, Buddhist caves belonging to the 3rd century, Harishchandragadh, Ozar and Lenyadri, Ganesh and Shiva temples and Bhima River.

But the most unique attraction of Malshej Ghat is the migratory flamingoes which come during the monsoon.


Last Updated on : 24/06/2013

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