It was month of June and raining heavily in Pune. Considering the heavy rains and the cool weather, we (myself and my wife) decided to visit Tamhini Ghat that day. We thought visiting Tamhini Ghat during monsoon could be a wet experience. We started around 12.00 noon thinking that we could cover the distance of about 70 kms from Pune via Chandni Chowk by car in about an hour and a half. But on the NH4 there was a diversion of traffic resulting in delay in reaching the destination by about an hour.
Tamhini Ghat is beyond Tamhini village and the route is though Phirangut, Ghotavade, Sutarwadi, Kolvan, Paud, Male, Mulshi, Gonvadi, Palse and ends before Tasgaon. It has some of the bigger water falls. The condition of the road in the entire stretch of Tamhini Ghat was bad with pot holes when we travelled. Visiting Tamhini Ghat during monsoon was the best experience!