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Nestled in the lush green agricultural fields and farm houses, Karjat is a picturesque village in the state of Maharashtra in India. It is positioned in the Konkan coast at the foothills of Matheran, which is a famous hill station in Maharashtra. Karjat provides the entry point and midway relaxing jaunt when heading towards Matheran.

Karjat, stands in the category of one of the tidiest and most pictorial hill stations in the Indian state of Maharashtra, also is popular as a trekking destination. It is flanked by the steep slopes and is also well connected with other cities of the state through its well developed roadways.

Karjat is an eye-catching tourist settlement having its backdrop of Bhor Ghat. The surging green plains and the hilly landscapes that come into sight from the Karjat plains make it a much sought after spot for adventurous tourists as it offers options like trekking. The village is all snowed under serenity and untouched ambiance in the long-established Indian hamlet.

The river Ulhas originates in Karjat and gives it a way towards the west side offering many water sports and activities in Karjat like river rafting etc. The other attractions of the city are its ancient historical Kondana caves and beautiful Ulhas valley, both of these make up as an important tourist destinations, lying in the close proximity to Karjat. The city stands as a perfect weekend destination for the domestic travelers. In the recent times the city has gained its importance and significance with its natural beauty and splendor and has become a nice picnic spot and has also been sought by foreign travelers.

The highest-flying trekking trails of the region are the trails of Matheran via Rambagh Point, Peth Fort and Chanderi Fort. Other difficult trekking trails are found in the villages of Khandpe, Sandshi and Kondiwade attracting the adventure seekers.

The other activities that this hill town offers are hiking and mountain climbing. Sightseeing and picnicking are other major attractions of this weekend spree. The most favorable time to visit Karjat is from November to February. The spot is just at a distance of 90 km from the Chhatrapati International Airport in Mumbai. It is accessible and can be reached by all the modes of transportation.

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