The city of Mahabaleshwar is a pinnacle of greenery, boasting one of the only evergreen forests in the world. The landscape abounds with lush hills, valleys and lookout points
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Elephant’s Head Point
Elephant’s Head Point is one of the most picturesque viewpoints in Mahabaleshwar which is famous for the stunning view of the Sahyadri ranges. Also known as Needle’s Point, this famous tourist spot is best visited during sunrise and sunset.
A visit to Mahabaleshwar is incomplete without witnessing the tantalizing descend of the Chinaman’s fall, one of the most significant falls in the state.
These set of fascinating waterfalls connect Lodwick and Elphinston point and further join petit road with Old Mahabaleshwar road. Surrounded by greenery and rocks, these are ideal for a surreal experience amidst nature.
Arthur’s Seat is one of the most popular viewpoints in Mahabaleshwar, located around 13km away. Also known as the Suicide Point, it is popular as the Queen of all points as it offers the most fascinating view of the dense valleys of Brahma-Arayana and the Savitri river.
Venna Lake is a scenic manmade lake in Mahabaleshwar. The lake offers rowboats, and paddleboats ride to the visitors and hence is usually very crowded. There is horse riding and rides for children such as merry go round and the toy train. There are a number of eateries around the lake famous for street food like corn, bhelpuri and fresh fruits like mulberries, Mahabaleshwar strawberry and carrots. is a scenic manmade lake in Mahabaleshwar.
The lake offers rowboats, and paddleboats ride to the visitors and hence is usually very crowded. There is horse riding and rides for children such as merry go round and the toy train. There are a number of eateries around the lake famous for street food like bhelpuri and fresh fruits like mulberries, strawberries and carrots.
Dedicated to Lord Shiva Shankar,this temple resides in a 500 year old, self originated Shivalinga, said to be superior to the 12 Jyothi Lingams.
Situated in Mahabaleshwar, Tapola is a satellite village famed as the ‘Mini Kashmir’. It has some of the most picturesque scenic beauty which makes it an ideal destination for a back to nature experience.