Best Things to Do in Lonavala

Best Things to Do in Lonavala

20 Dec 2016

Lonavala is located between the two bustling metros of Mumbai and Pune. Its elevated location of approximately 2050 ft. above sea level provides several opportunities for adventure junkies and tourist.

Let's take a look at some of the best things you can do in Lonavala

Relax and unwind at Pavana Lake

Located at the foot of Tunga Fort, Pavana Lake is one of the least explored artificial lakes in Lonavala. The lake was brought into existence after the construction of Pavana Dam. The rustic setting of the lake makes for a wonderful overnight camping experience.

Dukes Nose Trek

This particular cliff is named after a Duke's pointed nose by the British. The cliff provides an excellent rappelling and rock climbing challenge to trekkers.

If you've got a sweet tooth, then this is the right place for you!

Lonavala is famous for its crunchy chikki and the delicious chocolate fudge. The streets of the city are filled with several shops selling multiple flavours and variants of the sweets. There are several flavours and variant of chikkis that you can try and take home.

Celebrity Wax Museum

Founded by Mr. Sunil Kandaloor, the celebrity wax museum in Lonavala is truly a fun place to visit. It houses wax sculptures of Rajiv Gandhi, Benazir Bhutto, Michael Jackson, Kapil Dev Adolf Hitler, AR Rahman and many more.

The Rajmachi Trek

Rajmachi trek  unwinds the amazing views of the Sahyadri Mountains and the backwaters of Shirota damn. The fort provides you with pleasant views of Borghat, a trade route of historical significance.

Within the dense forests leading up to the fort, you can also find the beautiful Rajmachi caves.

The city of Lonavala is filled with many such beautiful locations and fun-filled activities. It is also becoming a preferred second home destination, thanks to its weather and the laid-back lifestyle.

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