Igatpuri



Igatpuri is a picturesque hill station of the Western Ghats. This place is also known for its wada pavs and temples.The milky white waterfalls of Igatpuri are a real treat to the visitors' eyes.

Location of Igatpuri



This city is located in the Western Ghats. Igatpuri is about 140 km from Mumbai. It is situated at about 1900 feet above sea level on the Mumbai- Nasik route. It is located at 19.7 N and 73.55 E. Igatpuri is at an elevation of about 586 meters above sea level. It is 12.42 km from Ksara.

How to reach



In order to reach Igatpuri you will either have to take a long distance train or take a bus on reaching Kasara. You can avail trains and buses from Mumbai to go to Kasara. Either take Tapovan Express to Igatpuri or any local train to Kasara from CST. Then take a bus or a taxi from Kasara that will take you to Igatpuri. It takes about 2.5 hrs in train and about 30-40 minutes by road from Kasara to Igatpuri.

Weather

Weather in Igatpuri is generally pleasant throughout the year.

Major Attractions in Igatpuri

Tourists generally enjoy this calm and quite place by walking and climbing the hills. The valleys here will definitely inspire one to fall and roll on them. Many people Visit Igatpuri for trekking to the mountains. The lively waterfalls and streams adds to the beauty of the place.

Once visited one will never be able to forget the enchantment that Igatpuri treats you with.



Last Updated on 19 May 2011





     


     

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