Holiday Rentals in Lonavala

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 Jovan, Mawal Taluka, Maharshtra




Royal Villa, Lonavala

Lonavala, Lonavala

2 bedrooms, Villa



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3 Bedroom House, Lonavala

Jovan, Mawal Taluka, Maharshtra, Lonavala

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Holiday Homes, Lonavala

Valvan, Lonavala

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Holiday Home , Lonavala

Valvan, Lonavala

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Holiday Bungalow , Lonavala

Tungarli, Lonavala

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Lonavala is a town in Pune district of Maharashtra. It is a famous hill station situated about 64 kms from the city of Pune. Monsoon is the best time to visit Lonavala. Trekking is a best way to get around Lonavala.

The main tourist spots to visit near Lonavala are:

Rajmachi Point: The spot is situated about 6.5 kms from Lonavla. This point offers you the view of Shivaji's famous fort, Rajmachi and the surrounding valley. The famous Vaghjai Dari is also located here.

Ryewood Park & Shivaji Udyan: The garden is covered with a lot of tall trees. There is an old Shiva temple in the park.

Valvan Dam: This dam is situated about 2 kms from the town. The dam supplies water to the Khopoli power station at the foothills of the Sahyadris for generating electricity. The Kundali River feeds into the dam's reservoir. There is a garden at the foot of the dam.

Lonavla Lake: The natural scenery surrounding the lake adds to the beauty of the lake. The lake is located about 1.6 kms from the town.

Duke's Nose: The cliff owes its name to the Duke of Wellington, whose ample nose it resembles. The place is also known locally as Naagphani (Cobra's Hood). It is situated about 12 kms from the city. This is a popular spot in Lonavla for hiking.

Tiger's Leap: The place is also known as Tiger's Point. This is a cliff-top with a sheer drop of over 650 m, giving an extensive view. If you are visiting this place during monsoon, then you can see a small waterfall active just around tiger's leap. Adventure lovers can trek down the stream.

Karla caves & Bhaja Caves:  This is a complex of cave shrines built by Buddhist monks around 3rd to 2nd century B.C. The Karla Cave, the largest Early Buddhist shrine in India, is a good example of ancient wooden architecture.  The Bhaja Cave complex comprises of 18 caves and 14 stupas. These are one of the oldest & finest examples of early Buddhist temple art in India. The famous temple of Goddess Ekvira Devi is also present here.

Lohagad Fort: A tough climb of about 11.2 km from Malavali Railway Station takes you to the 'Iron Fort'. This was once a formidable battle-station of Shivaji. The fort offers great view of the surrounding hills and hamlets.

Bhushi Dam: This place is a popular tourist spot in Lonavala. There is a waterfall near the dam.

Lion Point: This is a scenic point midway between Bhushi Dam and Aamby Valley.

Tungarli Lake and Dam: This dam was built during the British era and is a beautiful scenic spot.

Shooting Point: This is a scenic point in the town of Khandala which offers magnificent view of the Rajmachi Fort and the valley.

Wax Museum: This is a 'Celebrity Wax Museum', modelled on the famous Madame Tussauds in London. It is located only 3 km away from the railway station at Varsoli, near Toll Plaza.

Lonavala is well-connected by train. The nearest commercial airport is Pune International Airport at 64 kms.

There are many holiday rental properties such as holiday homes, homestays, guest houses, and resorts in Lonavala offering comfortable stay to the travelers. We have listed some of the best budget holiday rentals in Lonavala in our website. Our advanced search option helps you easily find the right holiday accommodations that fit your budget and convenience; travelers can always make direct contact with the property owner from our website before finalizing their reservations. We have also introduced friendly dormitories for Group, budget & cheap holiday stays.

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