We live on the most beautiful planet, Earth which has a very clean and attractive nature full of greenery. Nature is the most beautiful and attractive surrounding around us which makes us happy and provides us natural environment to live healthily. Monsoon and Sahyadri is always a killer combination, in terms of the beauty of nature. The word Monsoon is derived from an Arabic word which means season.
Sahyadri (means The Benevolent Mountains) is a mountain range also known as western ghats. Western Ghats falls(Specially Malshej ghat waterfalls) are simply substantial and decorative.
Water flows down the hillside in all directions. In some areas, it falls in thick sheets from ridges high above. The whole of Sahyadri gets dressed up under a coating of eye-pleasing greenery. The Indian monsoons are widely known owing to its excessive rainfall during summer and equally excessive dryness during winter. There are so many offbeat destinations to enjoy the monsoon but Malshej ghat Pune has that imaginative feeling.
Malshej ghat is typically a mountain pass. It is located at an altitude of 700 mts above sea level. It is at a distance of 154 km from Mumbai towards the northeast and 130 km up north of Pune. Amongst the various tourist Places in Pune, Malshej ghat has its own charming, quaint and pleasing nature. It houses a countless number of waterfalls amongst the realistic greenery with nature. The realistic graphic and scenic beauty of the Malshej ghats is best depicted in the rainy days. It is famous in the monsoon season because of its series of seasonal waterfalls that fall on the hilly roads giving it a fantasy look. The beauty of this place is just breathless. People are attracted to malshej ghat waterfalls like a powerful magnet in the monsoon.
If you love to drive, this is one place you cannot afford to miss. Malshej ghat waterfalls are falling right in the middle of the road. The monsoon clouds are busy with their assigned work and this can enjoy by car journeys with heavy rain. At malshej ghat, clouds are blocking the rays of the Sun. Blue sky turning gray. Coldwater and breeze rushing across your face. And the weather turning you into a poet.
” Plan a trip to the house of waterfalls. “