The Secret Valley Of Flowers – Kas Plateau
When you think of Valley of Flowers in India, what comes to your mind? Uttaranchal ?
Even Wikipedia certifies this as the valley of flowers in India and there are many outfitters that offer treks to the alpine meadows in the Himalayas.
But, there is another valley of flowers in Maharashtra; near Satara. The Kaas Plateau comes alive for a short 3- 4 weeks duration after monsoon season and the plateau is covered with flowers for miles upon miles.
If you would like to visit, the window of opportunity is very short, at best next two weekends. This place is about 25 kms from Satara; with Pune being the biggest city closest to Satara. For a map link, click here.
My photography club did a weekend trip here. We couldn’t make it but I wanted to share the beauty of the place. Purples, Indigos and Whites dotted the landscape.All photographs are by award winning ( and a fellow Club member) Satish Chelluri. If his photos don’t make you want to go there this weekend, then I think you got poor taste ;)Don’t believe me, check these photos from his Flickr stream.
Posted on September 19, 2013, in India, Maharashtra, Travel and tagged Blooms, Flowers, Kaas, Kas plateau, Maharashtra, monsoon season, nature, Photography, Satish Chelluri, Secret, Travel, Unique destinations, Valley of Flowers, Wild Flowers. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.