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Places to visit in Mahabaleshwar

When you travel to Mahabaleshwar, you will love to visit popular tourist spots and enjoy the local culture. Amongst other Things to do in Mahabaleshwar, you can surely explore some of the best things to do in Mahabaleshwar to make your trip a fulfilling one. On a trip to Mahabaleshwar, things to do can include exploring Mahabaleshwar attractions and visiting the places of interest.

Scenic points

Panoramic view and picturesque sights are what Mahabaleshwar is famous for among tourists, and you will witness the very same on your visit to this place with the Mahabaleshwar City tourism packages. You can witness more than around fourteen viewpoints that will avail you with mesmerizing sights. These viewpoints are named after distinguished Britishers and are located close to each other. Some of them are Hunter Point, Connaught Peak, Babington point, Wilson poin

Krishna Temple

This temple is of great religious importance. The location of the place is also known as five rivers or Panchganga. Those five rivers are Savitri, Gayatri, Yenna, Koyna, and Krishna. The Maratha warrior Shivaji Maharaj has improved and renovated this temple.

Cultural Attractions

There are also some major festivals and fests that take place in Mahabaleshwar, the Strawberry fest topping the list. This is the time wherein people from all over the places, gather in the town to taste some locally grown, fresh strawberries. Due to the enormous amount of tourism, the town also boasts to have a very busy nightlife. Some locally celebrated festivals are also something when you can enjoy the authentic taste of entertainment. For instance, the town

Venna Lake

This is one of the most popular and visited tourist spots in Mahabaleshwar and is located at a mere distance of two km from the main bus stand. The lake is encircled by trees and is about 2.5kms long. The visitors can have fun and enjoy activities such as boating, horse riding and fishing when here. There are also a few strawberry stalls and eateries lined up on the shores of this lake.


Very fewer people know about this place as it is situated about 27 km from Mahabaleshwar. This small little town is situated in the Koyna valley on the far backwaters of the Kandhati River, Solshi and Koynariver'sTriveni Sangam. Due to the splendour and tranquillity of the Shivsagar Lake, this place is also famously known as Mini Kashmir. This tourist site is a great place to enjoy scooter rides, speed boats and motorboat rides on the waters. Around the lake and d

Lord Mahabaleshwar Temple

Lord Shiva is worshipped in this temple and is of religious significance for the Hindu pilgrims. It is about six km north of the main city and is housed in the Old Kshetra Mahabaleshwar. The temple is built in South Indian architecture and was built in the 16th century by Chandra Rao of the More dynasty.

Connaught peak

Mouth Olympia is also known as Connaught peak was named after the Duke of Connaught. The place is named after this man as when he visited this particular spot he was mesmerized by the breathtaking beauty and fell in love with this spot. This is the second highest peak in Mahabaleshwar that offers a lovely sight of the vistas and valleys below.

Lingmala Falls

This place has some amazing waterfalls, and there are about three of the one of which is located six km away, and that is Lingmala Falls. The water plunges down from a height of 500 feet and is formed by the river Venna. In the rainy season, you can see the true glory of this waterfall. The second waterfall is situated about three km away from the main city and is known as the DhobiFalls. The water from this fall plunges down in a deep valley and then from th

Morarji Castle

This is one of the most prominent monuments in Mahabaleshwar. It was built in 1829, this has been an important landmark since the era of the British Raj. 


This place is situated near Mahabaleshwar and is an ideal place for people who love adventure as it is a picturesque hill. Panchgani avails good opportunities for people who love hiking and trekking with a year-round pleasant weather. The place receives its name from the five lovely hills that surround the hill station. 

Raja Dinkar Kelkar Museum

Visit this museum in nearby Pune to go through the history of the ages. 

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