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Points To See

Here are few spots you might want to visit in Mahabaleshwar.

Venna Lake

It is the most popular tourist spot in Mahabaleshwar. This Lake is surrounded by trees on all of its sides, and it provides boat riding option as well. Venna Lake is about 2 km from the city center and city market of Mahabaleshwar.

Mapro Garden

This beautiful Garden Park is situated on the Mahabaleshwar - Panchgani Road, which has its own restaurant, children’s play area and a chocolate factory. Jams, Jelly, toppings, squashes, syrups and all kind of strawberry delights are produced and sold here.

Mahabaleshwar Temple

Located about 6 km to the north of the main city, Mahabaleshwar Temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva.

Lingmala Falls

You have to walk through the forest to reach Lingmala Falls. It is a very beautiful spot for photography and trip with friends and family.

Elephant’s head point

As the name suggest, it is a part of the mountain having the shape of elephant’s head. It is additionally well known as the needle point.

Lodwick Point

Named after a first British officer to climb the hill, General Lodwick. It offers beautiful panoramic views and spots of the stunning valley.

Connaught Peak

Offering magnificent view of Venna Lake and Krishna Valley, Connaught Peak is 1,400 meters above sea level.

Table Land

It is the second highest mountain plateau in Asia. It covers approximately 95 acres of stunning carpeted grass and it is 4,550 feet above sea level.

Rajapuri Caves

They are situated about 10 km away from the main city. There’s a Goddess Ghatjal Devi temple and Lord Karthikeya temple in one of the caves.

Wilson Point

Also known as Sunrise point, offering mesmerizing sunrise from the height of 4,710 feet above sea level. Wilson point is the highest point in Mahabaleshwar.

Mumbai Point

Also known as Sunset point, situated on the old road to Mumbai which offers a great sunset view like submerging the sun in the valley and vanish.

Arthur’s Seat

It is also known as the Madhi Mahaal or the Queen of the Points. It is located approximately 13 km from the market of Mahabaleshwar. October to June is the best time to visit Arthur’s Seat.

3 Monkey Point

The natural sculpture of the stones which exactly portraying 3 monkeys of Gandhiji sitting beside each other named as 3 Monkey point.

Chinaman’s Falls

It is about 2.5 km away from Mahabaleshwar, towards the south into the Koyana Valley. Since Chinese were taken care of the garden around it, these falls are named as Chinaman’s Waterfall.

Babington Point

It is located at a height 1294 meters above sea level. It is a perfect destination if you want to enjoy nature at its best. Its curvy pathways, plants, trees, birds, clouds, valleys and waterfalls give immense pleasure.


A fascinating hill station with superb natural beauty and picturesque locations, Panchgani is found within the state of Maharashtra. Panchgani - whose name derived from the five hills surrounding it, is a famous hill station near Mahabaleshwar for its sunset-sunrise points and eye-catching value views.

How To Reach


Mahabaleshwar is around 60 km from Satara - nearest railroad, about 120 km from Pune and 170 km from Miraj, major railway junctions.


Pune International airport is the nearest airport serving the city of Pune which is about 120 km away and Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport of Mumbai is about 270 km away from Mahabaleshwar.


Mahabaleshwar is around 260 km from Mumbai, 120 km from Pune and 45 km from the nearest major city Satara. Bus services by state-run MSRTC and personal organizations connect it by buses from Pune, Mumbai, Sangli and Satara.


Here are few spots you might want to visit in Mahabaleshwar.

Old Mahabaleshwar

Panchaganga temple in Old Mahabaleshwar, 1850s

In old Mahabaleshwar, 7 km from Mahabaleshwar, there are many tourist points and 5 temples to see, with examples of old Indian architecture. There are also natural view points, some named by the British, who went on holidays in these places during the British Raj.

Krishna Bhai Temple

Behind Panchganga temple, there is a small trail that leads to Krishnabai temple where the Krishna river is worshiped. It is built on the hilltop overlooking the Krishna valley and was built in 1888 by a ruler of Ratnagiri on the Konkancoast. The temple has a Shiva lingam and a beautiful statue of Krishna. A small stream of the river flowing from a cow-face (gomukh) falls on a "Kunda" or water tank.

3 Monkey Point

Named because of the natural sculpture of the stones which looks like three monkeys sitting beside each other and portraying 3 monkeys of Gandhiji. Nestled deep in the valleys one can figure out from the outline of a big stone a natural cut out it give an effect of 3 monkey sitting next to each other portraying the Three Wise Monkeys. This point is on route to Arthurs Seat.

Arthur seat point

Officer Sir Arthur Malet (1806–1888)[3](Not to be confused with British born actor of same name), who sat here and gazed at the Savitri River, where he lost his wife and children in a tragic ferry mishap.


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About Mahabaleshwar

Mahabaleshwar - A beautiful Hill Station situated within the Sahaydri mountain chain. It is a standout among the foremost illustrious and stunning traveler destination of Maharashtra, due to its hills, valleys, waterfalls, cool breeze, strawberries and various points. Located about 285 km from Mumbai, and 120 km from Pune, Mahabaleshwar is about 150 km area surrounded by valleys on all sides. Mahabaleshwar hills, valleys and various points have been the primary decision for a large part of the Mumbai and Pune travelers.

Mahabaleshwar includes 3 villages which are Malcolm Peth, earlier "Kshetra" Mahabaleshwar and a part of the Shindola village. Mahabaleshwar is origin of the Krishna stream that flows across Maharashtra, Telangana, Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh states. The legendary origin of the river is a stream from the mouth of a statue of cow within the ancient temple of Mahadev in old Mahabaleshwar. According to legend, Krishna is Lord Vishnu himself as a consequence of a curse on the Trimurti by Savitri and, its tributaries Venna and Koyana are same to be Lord Shiva and Lord Brahma themselves. An interesting factor to note here is that four alternative rivers come out from the cow’s mouth except Krishna and that they all travel some distance before merging into Krishna. Koyna, Venna, Savitri and Gayatri are these rivers. Climate of this area is appropriate for planting strawberries; Mahabaleshwar strawberry contributes about 85% of the whole strawberry production within the country.

Among many of Mahabaleshwar’s eye-catching and beautiful points, Kate’s point provides guests a glimpse of the Dhom and Balakwadi dams. Near to it’s there is the Needle Hole point having a natural hole in between its rock formation. The highest point of the hill station, Wilson Point gives a pleasant view of sunrise and sunset. Connaught Peak is the second highest peak in Mahabaleshwar. Some of other points traveler must visit in Mahabaleshwar are Carnac Point, 3 Monkey Point, Helen’s Point, Falkland point, Elphinstone Point, Babbington Point, Mumbai Point, Marjorie Point and Arthur Point. Apart from this, there are some more sightseeing attractions in Mahabaleshwar like Venna Lake, Parsi Point, Pratapgad, Dhobi Waterfall, Chinaman Waterfall, Hollywood Wax Museum, Bhavani Wax Museum, Mapro Garden, Lingmala Falls, Mini Kashmir or Tapola, Rajapuri Caves, Panchgani. Wide variety of adventure activities and sports activities are also available in Mahabaleshwar such as Agro Camping, Trek to Arthur’s Seat, Rock Climbing, Trekking, Horse Riding, and many more.

So think about a flawless and mesmerizing weekend getaway plan for the beautiful Mahabaleshwar.