Make your vacation unforgettable at Igatpuri which offers breathtaking views of mountains and lakes. Igatpuri is located near Nashik, and between some of the highest peaks of the Sahyadri range. This area is mostly covered with Fog all year round and one of the most scenic areas in Maharashtra.

Imagica Adlabs

Make a visit to Imagica, which is undeniably one of the best places to visit in Lonavala! Adlabs IMAGICA has managed to tour people from around the country with its entertaining amusement rides and water park for being distinct and top-notch. The hot-wheels ride in this amusement park both, allures and fears people at the same time with its 360-degree swings.


Pawna Lake, Lonavala

Pawna Lake, surrounded by spectacular landscape, is a popular picnic and camping spot in Lonavala. This artificial lake is formed by the impounded water of Pawna Dam that provides a perfect escape into nature’s arm. The natural beauty of this place, along with the distant view of Lohagad Fort, Tikona Fort and Tunga Fort, makes for a great backdrop for memorable pictures. While picnicking here, you can avail the facility of motor and row boating that adds to its overall appeal.While monsoon is the best time to visit this place that abounds with incredible sights, you come here during the winter season as well to enjoy barbeques by the lake.


Tiger’s Leap

Tiger’s Leap is a prime tourist attraction that sits in the lap of nature at a height of 650 meters above sea level. Interestingly, this vantage point has been named so because of its shape that resembles a tiger taking a leap into the valley. It is frequented by adventure seekers who indulge in trekking and hiking here.


Bhushi Dam, Lonavala

If you are looking for a picnic spot to spend quality time with friends and family, then head straight to Bhushi Dam, which forms the popular Bhushi Lake. There are steps to access this masonry dam on the Indrayani River, where you can sit and soak the warm sunshine as well as enjoy the stunning views of the surroundings.This popular tourist attraction tends to get overcrowded during weekends, especially in the monsoon season, when you may face difficulty in finding a decent spot to sit on the steps. You must note that swimming is prohibited here because of the inconsistent water flow.


Lohagad Fort, Lonavala

Another architectural marvel of the Marathas is the Lohagad Fort (Iron Fort) that commands a visit while you are in Lonavala. The hill fort acquired its name because it was considered as an impregnable edifice due to its strategic location at a height of 1050 meters above sea level. This historical site has witnessed the rise and fall of many dynasties over the centuries, including Nizams, Marathas and Mughals.Not only is it popular among history buffs and nature enthusiasts, but also adventure seekers because of trekking that has to be done to reach the fort, where you can spot the Vinchu Kata – a series of hills resembling Capricorn.