People wanting to spend their vacation in the lap of nature, Sajan is one of the beautiful getaways from Mumbai and Pune. The scenic beauty of the place wins the heart of visitors. The unspoilt tranquility also makes Sajan an ideal destination for couples to enjoy quality time together. Caves, rivers, falls, temples and forts are a few attributes that make the travel destination well-suited for travelers with different interests.
How to Reach Sajan from Pune
Sajan does not have its own railway station, thus Thane is the nearest railway station connected with Mumbai to reach Sajan. At the railway station, there is local transportation system available that helps in reaching Sajan.
Mumbai is the nearest airport to Sajan. At the airport there are taxis and cabs available for hire to help in easy moving in and around the city.
Road is the best way to reach Sajan from Mumbai. Apart from self-owned vehicle, there also are cabs and taxis available for hire in Mumbai. In addition to this, there also are private operating buses running on the same route.
From Pune, Thane is the nearest railway station that connects trains from Pune through an extensive railway network. There is local transportation system available that helps in easy moving in and around the town.
Mumbai - Pune Expressway connects Pune and Sajan. Apart from self-owned vehicle, one can also take private taxis and cabs for hire.
Attractions in Sajan
Kohoj Hill Fort
Kohoj Hill Fort is one of the popular attractions in Sajan. Its location, being close to the beautiful dam, enhances its grandeur. The construction of the fort also leaves spellbound. Though there are no records available about the construction time, but experts say the fort dates back to the Bhoj era.
Sajan is often referred as a mini-dam because of its size. Nearby is located the famous, Moho-Khurd dam, which is surrounded by picturesque settings. THe man-made water reservoir along with the waterfall marks as a very serene destination. The surrounding greenery marks it as a favorite destination for nature lovers all around the world.
The conventional patterns of popular waterfalls in India take a twist when it comes to waterfalls of Sajan. With unyielding glory, this waterfall flows throughout the year and almost never dries up like all other waterfalls in the country. Palusa waterfall is completely surrounded by lush green forests on every corner, and the fast flowing water from a height of 40-60 ft are an awesome view.