Malshej Ghat is a mountain pass in the western ghats range situated in the pune district in Maharashtra. It is at a distance of around 150 Kms from south mumbai. Its pristine beauty and serene mountains are the major attractions.
Malshej ghat is also a host for several bird species such as quails, rails, flamingoes,crakes etc
A common scene in malshej ghat during monsoon is small streams of water rising upwards due to wind.
A nice view of valleys is one of the major attraction here. It is also famous for dark woods and the animals inside.
This place is notorious for land-slides, you can notice the vehicles on narrow roads. Driving to malshej ghat during late evening or early morning could be very challenging due to low road visibility and narrow roads.
That’s name of the homestay …named after this delightfully serene stream behind its premises. Bamboo rafting down that stream and lying in the rapids was such an awesome experience!
“…It was always burning
Since the world’s been turning
We didn’t start the fire
No we didn’t light it
But we tried to fight it”
This is truely a heaven.Now is has been considered as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.Western ghats are home to thousands of rare species like the Tiger,Black Panther,Asiatic Elephants,Lion Tailed Macaque,Pied Hornbil and many other birds.
Agumbe is one of the most scenic places on the western ghats in south india. Added to the lush green view all around, the attractions for the visitors include the spectacular sunrise and sunset and vast opportunities it offers to the trekkers.
a school tucked away in the green hills of the Garhwal Himalayas, somewhere near Chamoli, Uttaranchal. Who wouldnt want to study here?!