Ghats (Mountain Ranges) To Visit Near Mumbai-Pune (Weekend Getaways)


Amboli Ghat

Amboli Ghat Waterfalls

Amboli Ghat

Amboli is in Sindhudurg, India. Amboli is a Ghat based hill station in south Maharashtra that lies in the Sahayadri Hills of Western India. At an altitude of 690 meters it is the last hill station before the coastal highlands of Goa and a relatively unexplored one. Amboli receives the highest rainfall in Maharashtra and remains pleasant all around the year. The best season to visit Amboli is during the monsoon between June and August where there are heavy rains.

Bhor Ghat

Bhor Ghat


Bhor Ghat (Mumbai-Pune Expressway)

Bhor Ghat is a mountain passage located between Karjat and Khandala .The Bhor road ghat cuts the Sahyadri range to join Khandala to Khopoli and handles traffic on the busiest route in India between Mumbai to Pune. The Rail route which passes through the Ghat with 28 tunnels with old bridges makes the view of Ghat magnificent. The place is quite famous for the Camping.

Chorla Ghat

Chorla Ghat Waterfall (Mountain View)

Chorla Ghat

Chorla Ghat is a nature destination located on the intersection of the borders of Goa, Karnataka and Maharashtra. It lies to the north-east of Panaji, Goa (about 50 kilometers by road) and nearly 55 kilometers from Belgaum, Karnataka. It is a part of the Western Ghats in the Sahyadri mountain range and is at an elevation of 800 meters. This region is mainly famous because it is the home of some of very rare species of wildlife, that’s the reason this place is particularly famous in between wildlife enthusiast.

Kasara Ghat

Kasara Ghat

Kasara Ghat During Rainy Season

Kasara ghat is a ghat section in the Western Ghats near the town of Kasara in Maharashtra. The Kasara Ghat is located on the busy Mumbai–Nashik route, Highway as suggested by many is haunted & in past many people have claimed to witnessed paranormal things over there but in reality that is because of the Accident prone nature of the roads pertaining to the bad condition of roads.


Malshej Ghat

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Malshej Ghat (Mountain View)
Malshej Ghat

Covered by the dense and the beautiful Western Ghats, Malshej Ghat is a popular trekking destination, which is at its best during the summer and monsoon season. Plenty of hidden waterfalls and flamingos are the major Things to Do of the place. Located about 140 km from Pune, one can reach by road within 3 hours. Harischandraghad is a popular trekking destination near Malshej. Other places of interest are Jivdhan fort, Shivneri fort, Lenyadri caves and the Pimpalgaon – Joga dam.

Tamhini Ghat

Tamhini Ghat

Tamhini Ghat

Tamhini Ghat is a mountain passage located between Mulshi and Tamhini in Maharashtra, India.-Situated on the crest of the Western Ghat mountain ranges, TamhiniGhat is noted for its surroundings comprising scenic waterfalls, lakes and dense woods. Though the roads through this ghat are not in the best shape but scenery around would make you forget the bumpiness of the ride. The ghat section stretches almost 15 km & trust us every inch you travel will be worth of the scenes you’ll capture.

Amba Ghat

Amba Ghat

The high hills mountain pass is situated on the national highway 204 between Ratnagiri and Kolhapur. Amba Ghat nested in the Sahyadri mountain ranges and famous for its picturesque mountain landscapes,pleasant
 climate and a favorite weekend destination. Amba Ghat is also become one of the most famous venue for paragliding sport.

Khumbharli Ghat

Khumbharli Ghat

Kumbharli Ghat (Mountain View)

The Kumbharli Ghat is situated across the Western Ghats range and connects Konkan region of coastal Ratnagiri to Satara District. Kumbharli Ghatis one of the major mountain pass of Konkan region and always got a heavy traffic of transportation and vehicle. Famous Koyna Dam is situated at the eastern end of Kumbharli Ghat mountain pass.

Kashedi Ghat

Kashedi Ghat

The stunning Kashedi Ghat with deadly curve is situated near Poladpur in the Raigad district on NH 17, the national highway on the banks of the river Savitri. The deadly turns makes it one of the most dangerous mountain ghat of Maharashtra. Other mountain ghats are Nane Ghat, Shendurjana Ghat and Mahur Ghats. Western Ghats have so many other majestic mountain passes throughout its states such as wayanad Ghats.

Khambatki Ghat

Khambatki Ghat gives best view of Khandala throughout the year, Ghat is situated on southern border of the city of Pune. The Nira River passes through the region and veer is the largest dam on the Nira River.

Madhe Ghat

Madhe Ghat (Waterfall)

Madhe Ghat is located around 62 km south west of Pune bordering Raigad. The Madhe Ghat is an ancient historical route,unknown place and a very beautiful drive via lovely surroundings, sunset, ghat and waterfalls.

Varandha Ghat

Varandha Ghat During Monsoon
Varandha Ghat (Mountain View)


Varandha Ghat or mountain passage is situated on the crest of the Western Ghat mountain ranges and known for its surroundings, scenic waterfalls, lakes and dense woods. The Varandha ghat stretches almost 10 kilometres on route to Shivtharghal a famous tourist place.

Shidi Ghat & Ganesh Ghat

Shidi Ghat and Ganesh Ghat are two ghat on the route to Bhimashankar in the Ghat region of the Sahyadri hills. Bhimashankar is a wildlife sanctuary and part of Western Ghat,rich in floral and faunal diversity.

Karul Ghat & Bhuibawada Ghat

Gaganbawda is a town situated in the district of Kolhapur and gets the maximum rainfall during rainy season. The famous Karul Ghat and Bhuibawada Ghat starts immediately after Gaganbawada village are the most beautiful and very scenic in monsoon.

Ambenali Ghat

Ambenali Ghat (Mountain View)

Ambenali Ghat mountain road across the Western Ghats range on the Deccan plateau links the cities of Poladpur and Mahabaleshwar. The ghat road or mountain road is a 40 km long mountain ghat road with many hairpin turns and slope.


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