The city of lush greenery, river Ulhas, scenic waterfalls and Buddhist monks.Go to stay
The green land of mountains were once home to buddhist monks meditating in the kondana caves. Recently Karjat has lured all the urbanites with its scenic beauty. Lofty mountains, serene rivers, ancient caves, numerous temples and so many adventure sports all in all the perfect place for your little vacay. The mountains are calling and you must go climb them all.
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Meet Mr Sagar, the owner of the property. Though he was born in a filmy family he chased his passion for hotels. He is the grandson of Mr Ramanand Sagar who brought the iconic Ramayana to Indian television. Started with a small nursery, now is a full-fledged villa with so much attention to details. Mr Sagar has merged his knowledge of both films and hotels which is where I think the character depth comes from.
The season of monsoon provides a medium level of rainfall. Travellers like to visit the region in the monsoon as Karjat looks stunning during this time.
Usually, in winters, the temperature is moderate which lies between 11 °C to 27 °Celsius. Good time to Visit for explorers.
By Flight - Mumbai airport in 75 km from here and is just one and a half hour drive away.
By Train - Karjat has a railway station and trains are available from Mumbai.The first train for Karjat starts at 4:15 am from CST and last train at 12:43.
2-3 Hrs by Train
By Road - Regular buses ply between Karjat -Mumbai - Pune.
2 hrs from Mumbai via NH48
Book hotel room in advance, it easily gets fully booked on the weekends. Take your trekking and camping equipment if traveling by car. Better not to depend on the scarce availability of service providers.