Within Maharashtra, Satara is a must visit trip. It is well connected by, road, rail and air. The sylvan natural views and mountainous scenery is calming and invigorating. Tour My India will remain a strong support to manage the finer nuances of your plan so you get maximum comfort while you commute to and fro during your trip.
You get a flight to Lohegaon airport in Pune instead of Satara which is 100 km away. You can avail a flight to Chhatrapati Shivaji airport Mumbai which is double the distance, around 200 km away. Of course international travellers will have to avail of this distance easily navigable by cars or buses. Tour My India makes arrangements for special transport to receive you at the airports and transfer you to your accommodation comfortably.
You may catch a passenger train from Pune and board off at Satara. There are frequent and regular trains to Satara from other Indian cities like Mumbai, Chennai, New Delhi and Kolkata. Other connecting cities would be, Jaipur, Ahmedabad, Chandigarh, and Amritsar. Central India and Uttar Pradesh links through Patna, Lucknow, Indore and Bhopal. Alternative stoppages would be Nira a small town near Pune or Jarandeshwar a mere 7 kms from Satara combination of road and train would suffice long distance inland travelers. From Mumbai distance to Satara is 169 km.
You may also take a 259km distance drive from Mumbai to reach Satara in 3 hours 45 minutes via the Mumbai Pune Expressway or NH4.State Transport buses run regularly to Satara and back. All Major Maharashtra cities are connected to Satara via road.
So you can easily arrive, stay, explore this haven of peace called Satara, so welcome or “svāgat āhe” in Marathi!