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bhaja caves

Bhaja Caves

Bhaja caves are contemporaries of Karla but much smaller, yet they are perhaps more artistic than even the famous Karla.

karla caves

Karla Caves

Karla dating back to 160 B.C., is among the most important caves in India. for a leisurely visitors to Lonavala, Karla is a must.

bedsa caves

Bedse Caves

Bedsa caves are little out of way and are visited by very, few tourists. one has to reach Kamshet on the Pune Lonavala section of the highway.



Lohagad, the more famous & frequently visited Place is about 11 km from Malavali station & 20 km from Lonavala by road up to the top. A track emanating from Bhaja village goes through paddy fields to the foot of the fort.

rajmachi fort

Rajmachi Fort

There is a path to go to Rajmachi from Kune gaon which goes to Della Adventure first and then fort. it is a 12km. trek winding through undulating terrain.


lonavala lake

Lonavala Lake

Going beyond Ryewood about 1.5 km from the town, one comes across a lovely little lane which opens out on the expensive Lonavala lake

Bhushi Dam

Bhushi Dam

Several tourists flock here for an ecstatic bath. Those who do not find it suitable to withstand the fury of the thundering fall may take a gentle and pleasant bath in the merrily dancing current a few meters downstream.