Tamhini Forest as ‘Bio-Diversity Hotspot’ of India admin
Tamhini Forest as ‘Bio-Diversity Hotspot’ of India
‘Tamhini’ Forest which is a near Mulshi, faces a steep cliff on one side and a really deep valley on the other. There is a century old temple of the ‘Vanjai’ mata around the place and is worth a visit. The road snakes its way through extremely scenic valleys and cliffs at every turn and one can drive on just for the sake of the view itself. During Monsoon one gets to see many waterfalls all throughout this drive. The road is also covered with monsoon mist. Tamhini ghat waterfalls, also known as Valse, are a pretty attractive tourist destination near Kolad in Maharashtra.
Tamhini Ghat Waterfalls
Tamhini ghat bears many waterfalls through its hilly rocky terrains. Apart from the majestic waterfalls, the place offers breathtaking views and a peaceful, tranquil environment. The surroundings are imposed with lush green dense forests and grassy valleys. The forest is teeming with avian diversity and birdwatchers can spend hours together here enjoying the variety of birds. Monsoon is a good season to visit, during which the mesmerizing beauty of the nature leaves you completely spellbound.