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Table Land

Perched at an elevation of 60 metres, this plateau is said to be the second longest in Asia (4.5 kms). This flat gigantic mass of Laterite rock also provides views of some huge and exquisite caves. A little below Tableland is a unique restaurant cave, easily accessible. The plateau provides amazing views of the river flowing through ravines, as also a magnificent view of the five hills.

Sydney Point

Sydney Point rests atop a small hillock. The place gives miraculous views of the Dhom Dam. Pandavgad and Mandhardeo can also be seen from this place. A walk to Sydney Point during sunset will make you never leave this beautiful hill station.

Enroute to Panchgani lies a mini-tableland called Harrison’s Folly. It offers a spectacular view point with Panchgani on one side and Wai on the other.

Panchgani

Panchgani derives its name from the five hills around it. Panchgani delightfully remains a quintessential, relatively non-commercialized hill station. Moving around town can be via hired cabs, or even horses and bicycles. On foot, one can experience the wonders of nature and breathe the fresh mountain air.

Venna Lake

Venna lake is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Mahabaleshwar. Venna lake is man-made lake and not a natural lake. Surrounded by lush greenary, it is a perfect location enjoy Row and Peddle boats.

Kate's Point

Kate’s Point is one of the most popular vantage points in Mahabaleshwar. The overhanging cliffs of this point are similar to the head of an elephant and its trunk. From this point, tourist can also get a view of the Sahyadri mountain range.

Wilson Point

Wilson Point is the highest point in Mahabaleshwar at 1439 m. Wilson Point is also popularly known as Sunrise Point. However, Wilson point is the only point in Mahabaleshwar where both sunrise and sunset can be seen.

Mahabaleshwar

​Located in lush green mountain ranges of the Western Ghats, Mahabaleshwar is a popular summer retreat in Maharashtra. Mahabaleshwar, which means ‘God of Great Power’ in Sanskrit, offers stunning panoramic views, temples and a pleasant climate that draws in many nature lovers.