About Lonavla

Lonavla and the adjacent Khandala are beautiful, charming and twin hill stations, 622 m. above sea level and 5 Kms a part from each other are situated in the Sahyadri ranges. They are located around 64 km away from the city of Pune and 96 km away from the city Mumbai, popular getaway from Mumbai and Pune. Lonavala is also known as the 'Jewel of the Sahyadri' is situated in the western part of Maharashtra. Khandala is smaller, quieter and calmer of the two, though browsing through Lonavala's bazaar could yield some wonderfull surprises. Both the hill stations are known for their scenic beauty, green hills, deep valleys,historic forts, lakes and waterfalls.


Bhaja Caves


Karla Caves


Kune Falls


Lion Point


Tigers Leap

Tiger Point

At 650 meter height, Tiger Point, which is also called as Tiger’s Leap, offers spectacular views of forests, lush greenery, waterfalls and lakes around. Since it resembles a leaping tiger’s shape, the place is called thus. If you are here during monsoon, you will have a spellbinding session with the clouds flowing over and around you minimizing visibility but maximizing the heavenly feeling you experience here. The sunrise and sunset views from here are mesmerizing. The place, in short, is a nature lover’s ultimate dream destination.

Karla Caves

Nature and the artistic excellence in man fight a friendly battle here to reign supreme. Though nature is the ultimate winner, the architectural brilliance of man is not to be underrated. Karla Caves is a perfect example of the artisanship of man as early as 80 BC. Karla Caves are an impressive representation of architectural brilliance. To reach the caves, you need to climb around 300 steep steps and you will not regret it. The sculptures are amazingly intricate, the pillars and the carvings are just beyond description.

Lion’s Point

Lions Point is yet another destination that nature lovers would hardly bargain to visit. The picture perfect views of the deep valley with lush greenery and a number of waterfalls make your heart miss a beat or two. The 12 kilometer drive from Lonavala to reach Lion’s Point takes you through an exciting experience with sharp curves and scenic landscapes. Once up there, brace yourself to face very strong winds.

Kune Falls

The 14th highest waterfall in the country, Kune Falls fall from a height of around 650 feet. Thanks to its location amidst twin hills namely Lonavala and Khandala, Kune Falls offers visual delight to viewers. The rich greenery around the imposing fall is awe-inspiring. The three tiered waterfalls should be visited during monsoon to enjoy the views to the fullest.