Just 3 km from Saputara it is apt for trekkers. Situated on a flattened hill-top it rises just a modest 200 meters from the ground. The cool breeze makes it an all season weekend trip destination. Though it looks best in monsoon the tourists like to visit the first thing in the mornings.
Sliding at a height of around 30 feet this ropeway is a must when visiting Saputara. Running between the Governor’s hill and Sunset Point it covers the distance in 15 minutes. The two dozen cabins can be seen floating around and accommodate up to 12 people.
Heaven for photographers, this is one of the finely maintained places in Saputara. Though it is a small garden with over two dozen steps and each has a wide range of flower beds. From the top the valley appears mesmerizing and you get a 180 degree view of the town.
Located just about 49 km away the view is best during the monsoons. Originating from the Kapri tributary the water descends from a height of 30 meters into the Ambika River and offers a very picturesque view. Photographers scramble to get the most enchanting angle. The best time to visit would be between June to November.
Just 50 km away this sacred temple of Saptashringi, one of the sisters of Goddess Kali witnesses heavy crowds during Navratri & Dussehra festivals. Highly revered by the locals the tourists visiting Saputara make it a point to visit here. The adjoining mountain makes for some interesting views as well.
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