Koynanagar is a hill station belonging to Pune Division. The hill station is located in Patan Taluka in Satara District of Maharashtra State, India. Tucked in the arms of Sahyadri mountain ranges of the glorious Western Ghats, Koynanagar is well known for its breathtakingly exotic scenery and lush greenery. Located amidst the glorious Western Ghats with a perpetually misty landscape, Koynanagar is the place to be for all nature lovers. Koynanagar is proud to be a part of the 'UNESCO World Network of Biosphere Reserves in India.'
Surrounded by Chipalun Taluka towards West, Karad Taluka towards East, Sangmeshwar Taluka towards South and Satara Taluka towards North, Koynanagar stands as a most beautiful place to visit.
Koyanagar is also known as 'New Mahabaleshwar.' The New Mahabaleshwar project is on the radar of Maharashtra Tourism Development Corporation (MTDC) for developing the New Mahabaleshwar site. MTDC has already started working on the project to replicate the famous and existing hill station of Mahabaleshwar in Satara district.
Koyna is popularly known as the capital of 'Renewable Energy of Maharashtra' as it a centroid of its Hydroelectric and Wind energy projects. Koyna is a charming place which attracts everyone with its, beautiful valleys, thick Evergreen Forest which has diverse flora and fauna, misty peaks, pearl white waterfalls and fresh Shivsagar lake. With Pollution free atmosphere, Koyanagar is an emerging perfect weekend getaway to break the monotony of hectic city life and getting a natural retreat.
Located 800 to 1200 above mean sea level, Koyanagar is a hill station with a serene ambiance, fresh air, and soul rejuvenating tranquility. The average maximum and minimum temperature are generally 28 °C and 15°C respectively. The average rainfall is 2,200 millimeters per year and is same as Mahabaleshwar. The Climate of Koyanagar is best suited for perfect vacation retreats.