|Climate||humid and tropical in the lower portions; upper portions experience a temperate climate and, in some parts, it’s quite freezing too|
|Best time to visit||October to March and the monsoon season|
|Major attractions||Many hills and peaks, Forest, Grasslands, flora and fauna, lakes, waterfalls, birds, National Parks, Wildlife Sanctuaries, etc.|
|Activities to do||Sightseeing, exploring the valley and the wildlife, hiking, trekking, Photography, etc.|
|Nearest airport||Pune Airport|
|Nearest Railway Station||The major one is Pune Junction|
|How to reach?||Get to the nearest airport or the railway station and book a cab or taxi to the Western Ghats|
The Western Ghats are known as the Sahyadri mountains in the state of Maharashtra. These are some of the least touched mountain ranges in India and are also part of the UNESCO World Heritage site.
The Western Ghats in Pune offer you mountains covered in mist, lush green forests, beautiful valleys, numerous flowers, and many kinds of endemic species.