Nov 1 2011

Sai Farm, Kolad


Sometimes you just need to get away to a place where you can relax, enjoy the nature’s beauty and breathe some fresh air. Sai Farm is one such place.

Where is it located? It is located on the Mumbai-Goa highway and is about 3-4 hours (120 kms) away from South Mumbai in Maharashtra. It is very close to the river Kundalika where you can go river rafting and indulge in other adventure sports. Mind you, this place has no network in case you’re the type who works on holidays. You’ll be completely cut off from everyone.

What to do there? It is the perfect place to unwind and relax as it is surrounded by greenery and nature’s beauty. Go with your family or friends and just have a great time! The farm has 2 swimming pools, a river just a stone’s throw away, you can play badminton, cricket, football, table tennis, darts, chess and carrom. Besides that, you can get your own board games or just laze around by the poolside or riverside.  There are 2 pools out of which I like the smaller one better. It has a charm of its own. If you’re an adventure junkie, go trekking, kayaking, river crossing, river rafting and the like. So yes, there is a lot to do there.

What are the rates like? You can stay in their rooms (non-ac) depending on the number of people. They cost Rs. 1200 and Rs. 1500 per night depending on the room you choose. The cost also includes using all the facilities there and all the meals which is not bad at all! If you’re expecting luxury of any kind, this is not the place for you! If you wish to go there just for the day, the cost is Rs. 500 with one meal.

What about the food? Oh that’s something you just can’t worry about! The food is yum and me saying that, means it really is yum! For lunch and dinner you’ll get roti, sabzi, dal, chawal and some sweet dish. Breakfast and snacks are also good so just don’t worry about the food! You’ll be taken care of!

Contact Info

Call: Gabby: 9869208251 Mukta: 9869118763



Thank you Tunali Mukherjee and Nikhil Gonsalves for the awesome getaway!


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