Lonavala-cab
Lonavala, Maharashtra 410401

Areas of attraction

Welcome to Western Ghats, Lonavala

Pawna Lake

Surrounded by forests of Lohagad, Visapur, and Tikona, the picturesque Pawna dam and lake are must-visit places when the town is drenched in rain. This is also one of the most lovely places to visit in Lonavala for couples to enjoy strolls around the lake, hiking, and boating together. Monsoon enhances the freshness and the beauty of the place and lets you live in the moments of peace. You can enjoy the day around the dam, chill out with family and friends, and try exciting watersports. It’s the best place to visit in Lonavala in monsoon. Things to do near Pawna Lake: Parasailing, jet skiing, and boating Ideal for: Group of friends and photographers

Karla Caves

The Karla Caves, Karli Caves, Karle Caves or Karla Cells, are a complex of ancient Buddhist Indian rock-cut caves at Karli near Lonavala, Maharashtra. It is just 10.9 Kilometers away from Lonavala. Other caves in the area are Bhaja Caves, Patan Buddhist Cave, Bedse Caves and Nasik Caves. The shrines were developed over the period – from the 2nd century BCE to the 5th century CE. The oldest of the cave shrines is believed to date back to 160 BCE, having arisen near a major ancient trade route, running eastward from the Arabian Sea into the Deccan.

Narayani Dham

At a distance of 2 km from Lonavala Railway Station, Sri Narayani Dham is a religious place located in Tungarli 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 main deity of the temple is Ma Narayani and on either side of the main shrine are shrines dedicated to Ganapathi, Hanuman and other Hindu deities.

Lohagad Fort

Lohagad (iron fort) is one of the many hill forts of Maharashtra state in India. Situated close to the hill station Lonavala and 52 km (32 mi) northwest of Pune, Lohagad rises to an elevation of 1,033 m (3,389 ft) above sea level. The fort is connected to the neighboring Visapur fort by a small range. The fort was under the Maratha empire for the majority of the time, with a short period of 5 years under the Mughal empire. Ideal for: History lovers, trekkers

Lion's Point

Lion’s Point is a mesmeric and one of the most frequently visited viewpoints in Lonavala. Perched on a cliff, the place offers amazing sunset views. The list of places to visit in Lonavala in rainy season isn’t complete without Lion’s Point. Known for evening and night trekking, Lion’s Point is amongst the best places to visit in Lonavala at night for adventure lovers. Things to do near Lion’s Point: You can enjoy a camel ride Ideal for: Group of friends, nature seeker, mountaineer, and photographer

Dinosaurs Park

Experience a mini-Jurassic park in Lonavala! Spread over six and a half acres, Dinosaurs Park has 36 life-size animatronic dinosaur figures. With dinosaur-themed rides and activities spread across the park, this park is designed to delight. What's more, there are restaurants and merchandise shops so that hunger pangs can be satiated and you have something to take back too!

Rajmachi Park

Situated on the way to Mumbai from Lonavala, Rajmachi Park is a green patch that serves as a popular picnic spot in Khandala. This park is nestled at the starting point of the beautiful Khandala Ghat, which makes it the gateway to this hilly tourist paradise. The eastern part of this park has two huge towers that form a part of the Rajmachi Fort complex. Carpeted with lush greenery and offering beautiful vistas of surrounding greens, this vast garden is an ideal place to relax. For entertainment of kids, a part of this garden has been made into a children's park. A temple and restaurant are also present within the area covered by the Rajmachi Park.

Bhaje Caves

Lonavala stands for group of caves and one can find lots of caves which were built by the Buddhist nuns in this place. These Bhaja caves store historic events and are beautifully carved out of the mountains which makes them look astonishing. These were built during 200 BC, Bhaja caves are located in Karli hills and they resemble in architecture and designing with other caves in this area. In total there are 22 caves which are built by cutting big rocks and have so many sculptures depicting so many styles. These caves are the perfect examples of Indian art of sculpturing and portray original Indian architecture in their styling.

Bushi Dam

The Bushi Dam is a masonry dam on the Indrayani River in Lonavala.The dam was worked in late 1860s for the Great Indian Peninsular Railway as a wellspring of water for their steam motors. Water from the dam was conveyed to Lonavala, Khandala and the switching station of the railroads by cast-press funnels. In the stormy season, when the Bushi dam floods, the water streams over a progression of steps and after that over some effectively open rough landscape. The territory and the water make for a fun mix and this is the reason Bhushi dam becomes busy on ends of the week and also amid the occasions.

Sunil's Wax Museum

The Sunil’s Wax Museum is the ultimate entertainment experience for all. Enticing ones curiosity with marvelous attractions, the Sunil’s Wax Museum with its celebrities in plenty, make it capable for one who cannot afford a visit abroad to Madame Tussaud’s Museum in London, the ancestor in its kind! Do not spend hours standing in line: buy in advance Sunil’s Wax Museums tickets with our online secure system and you will have guaranteed immediate access to the Sunil’s Wax Museum without wasting time. Select the museum you are interested in visiting to buy tickets.

Ryewood Park

Once a Botanical garden, during the years of service of an English officer ‘Mr. Rye’, has now been converted into a park frequented by picnickers. Lounging over 25 acres of manicured land, the park provides extensive green lawns, that are equipped with swings where the children can play and have fun. Hence it is an ideal visiting spot for the tourists as well as for the local people, to sit on the clean wooden benches, stroll around the tall trees and relax with the near and dear once. Apart from the varieties of trees and flowering plants, the park also has an old Shiva Temple within its premises

Lonavala Lake

is a town and a hill station Municipal Council in Pune district in the Indian State of Maharashtra. It is about 64 km west of modern-day Pune city and 96 km to the east of Mumbai. It is known for its production of the hard candy chikki and is also a major stop on the railway line connecting Mumbai and Pune. From the Pune suburbs, local trains are available from Pune Junction. Both the Mumbai-Pune Expressway as well as the Mumbai-Bengaluru highway pass through Lonavala.

Waghajai Temple

Once a Botanical garden, during the years of service of an English officer ‘Mr. Rye’, has now been converted into a park frequented by picnickers. Lounging over 25 acres of manicured land, the park provides extensive green lawns, that are equipped with swings where the children can play and have fun. Hence it is an ideal visiting spot for the tourists as well as for the local people, to sit on the clean wooden benches, stroll around the tall trees and relax with the near and dear once. Apart from the varieties of trees and flowering plants, the park also has an old Shiva Temple within its premises

Sunset Point

The route near Khandala sunset point and khopoli has been there since centuries used to connect the coastal cities like Sopara to Pune. The transport from base of khopoli was by carts both hand pulled and horse drawn, which was tarred during British time somewhere in 1840. Its the best place to be at Sunset.

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