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Lonavala and the adjacent Khandala are twin hill stations 2,041 ft above sea level, in the Sahyadri ranges that demarcate the Deccan Plateau and the Konkan coast. Often called the ‘Jewel of Sahyadri’ and the ‘City of Caves’, this hill station boasts of a spectacular setting that includes lush green valleys, stunning waterfalls, serene lakes and remarkable caves. The myriad places to visit in Lonavala include historical sites, natural wonders, religious attractions, etc. Salubrious climate, magnificent exquisiteness, historical forts/sites, ancient caves, natural wonders, religious attractions and beautiful lakes make it the most sought-after destination in Maharashtra & India. Located 64 kilometers from Pune and 96 kilometers from Mumbai, Lonavala sees tourists all-round the year.
Lion's Point is essentially a wide cliff that lies a few meters away from the Lonavala-Aamby Valley road. The place is well-marked, and you shouldn't miss it especially if you are visiting in the monsoon or weekend. The view from the cliff's edge, protected in parts by railing, is majestic to say the least.
Bhushi Dam is a masonry dam on the Indrayani River in Lonavala, Maharashtra. It is a popular tourist attraction which is best visited during the monsoons when the water in the dam overflows and creates a sort of waterfall.
Bhaja Caves is a group of 22 rock-cut caves dating back to the 2nd century BC located in the city of Pune, India. The caves are 400 feet above the village of Bhaja, on an important ancient trade route running from the Arabian Sea eastward into the Deccan Plateau
Lohagad Fort, literally meaning iron fort, is a historical citadel perched atop a hillock at an elevation of 3400 feet. Situated in the Sahyadri range of Lonavala, it separates the Indrayani basin from the Pawna basin. The elaborate history of this fort associates it with the great Maratha ruler Chhatrapati Shivaji.
Pawna dam is located on Pawna river in Maval taluka, . Its capacity is around 10 TMC. The construction of the dam began in 1963 and ended in 1972, is 1,329 m (4,360 ft) long and 42.37 m (139.0 ft) high, with a gross storage capacity of 0.24 km (0.058cu mi).
Boating & Water Sports
Enjoy water sports activities, including jet-skiing, paddle boating, motorbiking, and water scootering, that are suitable for enthusiasts of all ages.
Celebrity Wax Museum is a popular attraction in Lonavala founded by a 38-year-old wax artist from Kerala. It houses almost 100 sculptures of celebrities like Rajiv Gandhi, Benazir Bhutto, Michael Jackson, Kapil Dev, Adolf Hitler, AR Rahman and many more.
Sri Narayani Dham is a religious place located in Dhankawadi area of Lonavala. The temple is dedicated to Goddess Narayani and is one of the famous places of sightseeing in Lonavala. The temple was constructed in 2002 and is a beautiful white marble structure.
The Monkey Point of Lonavala is located in the state of Maharashtra. This unique destination overlooks beautiful scenery of the Western Ghats and its intimidating mountains and deep gorges. As the name suggests, this place is often frequented by gangs of monkeys.
Water & Amusement Park
Amusement & Water Park themed entertainment destination featuring multiple themed experiences, unique characters, innovative and unique attractions, thrilling rides and shows. It's a place for all seasons, all interests, and all ages.