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Known for its cascading waterfalls, green meadows and picturesque backdrop of Sahyadris, Kolad is gaining traction as an adventure sports destination with provisions for rafting, rappelling, kayaking etc.
Famous for white water rafting, Kolad is a thriving tiny village in the Raigad district in Maharashtra. It boasts of natural beauty which blooms during the monsoons. The majestic valleys and picturesque backdrops makes Kolad a treat for nature lovers as well as shutter bugs. The scenery is a treat to the eyes. The river Kundalika is a big attraction here especially for people who interested in white water rafting. The Kundalika river is one of the fastest flowing rivers of the South which makes it ideal for water rafting and other adventure activities. Along with that, there are a couple of forts, dams and waterfalls which Kolad a good holiday destination with something to offer to everyone.
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Picturesque sites. One of the best white water rafting destinations in Maharashtra. Also known for its adventure sports.
Summers can be harsh.
Kolad is a great getaway for people living in and around Maharashtra. A perfect place for people looking for adventure sports activities like paragliding, rock climbing, rappelling, mountain biking and kayaking.
Kolad has its own railway station which is connected to Mumbai and other major cities. Nearest major airport is Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, Mumbai, which is nearly 113 km from Kolad.... (Read More)
Answer: In May, the climate in Kolad can be very hot, so it is not the ideal time to visit. You will still be able to go river rafting, conducted in the morning. Please refer to the Best Time to Visit Tab above for information on visiting Kolad in May. You could also refer to the following link for information on river rafting in Kolad: https://www.holidify.com/places/kolad/kolad-river-rafting-sightseeing-2421.html
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