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Kaas Plateau-Valley of flowers

Kaas is a plateau of flowers located 26 km away from Satara city in Maharashtra, India. Carpets and carpets of flowers, Maharashtra's own Valley of Flowers has recently gained the title of Biodiversity World Heritage Site by UNESCO.  A total 850 or more types species of flowers, 39 found only in Kaas.

Apart from numerous varieties of wild flowers this biodiversity site also shelters many insects and beautiful birds. The orchids bloom here for a period of 3–4 weeks during the season.


We left Mumbai on Saturday night at around 11.30 pm and reached Satara early morning at around 7 AM which is around 30 kms away from Kaas Plateau. After refreshment and breakfast we proceeded for Kaas. There are no basic washroom and freshen-up facilities available on Kaas Plateau.


You need to walk a little from the parking place to Kaas. The plateau, filled with flowers of different colors looked like nature having its own coloured carpet. The plateau gets cove…
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