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As Maharashtra’s most popular hill station, Mahabaleshwar abounds with destinations for sightseeing and picnicking. At the same time, there are several destinations around Mahabaleshwar which are of equal tourist interest. All these places are within a range of 30 to 80 km from the town and can be conveniently reached by car / taxi / bus.
On the way to Mahabaleshwar from Pune, Panchgani is a quaint little town known for its perennially salubrious climate. The famed tableland of Panchgani attracts tourists in large numbers and is a popular
filming spot. A well known Ganesh Temple is located close by in Wai.
The town is home to several prestigious residential schools.
Scenic Panchgani was discovered by the British during the British Raj
as a summer resort in the 1860s, He planted many plant species from
the western world in Panchgani, like silver oak and poinsettia, which
have flourished since then. Temperature around 12C in winter and
sometimes reaches 34C in Summer, Humidity is very low.
Panchgani is nestled at middle of five hills in the Sahyadri mountain
ranges, there are five villages around the Pachgani are 1) Dandeghar
2) Khingar 3) Godwali 4) Amral & 5) Taighat. The Krishna River made
the lake of Dhom Dam on the Krishna its 9 km from Wai.
Below given the distances of Panchgani from Major Cities From Mumbai - 285 km, From Pune - 100 km From Mahabaleshwar - 18 km,
From Satara - 45 km & From Wai - 10 km
A historic town situated at the foothills of the mighty Sahyadris, Wai is home to numerous ancient temples. The Marathi Encyclopaedia Centre is also based in Wai.
Located at a distance of 24 kilometres from Mahabaleshwar, Pratapgarh Fort bears mute testimony to the heroic deeds of the great Maratha leader, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj.
The Fort houses a temple dedicated to goddess Bhavani Mata and a seventeen feet statue of Shivaji. Near the fort lies the dargah of Afzal Khan, who was killed in a clash with the Maratha warrior king.
Tapola Lake – is a picturesque place 25 km from Mahabaleshwar. The winding drive to the lake through dense forest is a treat to the eyes. Tapola is located at the confluence of the Koyna and Solshi rivers, and boasts of the biggest dam (Shivsagar) of Maharashtra.Tourists flock to the famous boat club at Tapola, which is known for its boating and water sports activities.
RAMSUKH RESORTS KSHETRA MAHABALESHWAR
TOUR NO. 1
1. Old Mahabaleshwar (Panchganga Temple
2. Arthur Seat Point
3. Window Point
4. Tiger Spring
5. Malcolm Point
6. Echo Point
7. Hunting Point
8. Castle Rock
9. Savitri Point
10. Monkey Point
11. Marjorie Point
12. Elphintstone (Upper)
13. Elphintstone (Lower)
Time:- 2.30 Hours
TOUR NO. 2
MAHABALESHWAR 2ND TOUR
1. Kate's Point
2. Echo Point
3. Needle Hole
4. Strawberry Garden
5. Venna Lake
6. Lodwick Point
Time:- 3.00 Hours
TOUR NO. 3
1. Parasi Point
2. Table Land
3. Jam Factory
(Factory Discount Stall)
4. Lingmala Water Fall
(only in Mansoon)
5. On Wheel
Extra Visit Rs. 300/-
Time:- 2.30 Hours
TOUR NO. 4
1. Bhavani Mata Mandir
2. Pratapsinha Garden
3. Statue of Shivaji
4. Kadelot Point
Time:- 330 Hours
TOUR NO. 5
1. Tapola Dam
2. Water Sports
3. Triveni Sangam
4. Bamnoli Point
5. Shooting Point
Time:- 3.30 Hours
TOUR NO. 6
PANCHGANI & WAI DARSHAN
1. Ganapati Mandir Wai
2. Kashi Vishveshwar Mandir
3. Jam Factory
4. Dhom Dam & Menawaly
Extra Visit Rs. 450/- For 3.00 Hrs.
Time:- 4.00 Hours
PUNE OFFICE (Head Office)
RAMSUKH House, 6th Floor, 1486,
Shivaji Nagar, Thube Park, Nr.Sancheti Hospital, Ganeshkhind Road, Pune - 411005.
Board Line : + 91 - 20 - 25538312 / 13 / 14 / 15
Cell : + 91 8308843756
MUMBAI OFFICE (Branch Office)
Shop No. 14 on Ground Floor, Eastern Court, Junction of Parleshwar & Tejpal Road, Vile Parle (East). Mumbai - 400057.
Tele :+ 91 22 65266335 / 8767913815
Tele Fax : + 91 22 26490655
Cell :+ 91 9820807331
RAMSUKH RESORTS (Mahabaleshwar)
Near Mahabaleshwar Temple,
Kshetra Mahabaleshwar - 412 806.
Tele Fax : + 91 2168 260825 / 26 / 27 / 28,
Cell : + 91 98223 00724