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Popularly known as the jewel of the Sahyadri Mountains, Lonavala is set amongst the Sylvan Hills of the Western Ghats and is a popular getaway from Mumbai and Pune. Famous for its waterfalls, lakes and hills, Lonavala offers a ‘close to nature’ experience. The beauty of Lonavala is enhanced by the dense forests and a dam, and is a must-visit destination for everyone who loves to connect with the other side of life.


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Tiger’s Leap is one the best places to see while exploring Lonavala. The unusual name given to this place is due to its resemblance to the shape of a tiger leaping into the valley. Tiger’s Leap is a cliff top with a drop of over 650 metres, offering an enthralling view of the hills and the Western Ghats. A small waterfall, which flows during the monsoons can also be seen near Tiger’s Leap.
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While visiting Lonavala, Rajmachi should be on top of your list. The destination brings forth some of the greatest architectural ideas that belong to the ancient times along with the mesmerizing ambience surrounding the fort. Perched on a rugged hill lying in the Sahyadri Mountains, it is one of the most visited historical forts in India.
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Located near Lohagad, Pawna Dam is one of the most exciting places to see in Lonavala. Built over the Pawna River, it is an important development in terms of its prominence for the agricultural produce of the land. Also, the waters of the river and dam are perfect for boating, water skiing and water jet rides.
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Located in Maval with the other name, Vitandgad, Tikona Fort is a hill fort located after Rajmachi in Lonavala. Tikona Fort is known as one of the best places to visit in Lonavala. The exact location of the fort is near Kamshet that is about 60 kilometres from Pune. Tikona hill is perched on a height of 3500 feet above sea level and it is in a pyramidal shape. The captivating beauty of the hill attracts a number of travellers every year.
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Carved into a rocky hillside, Karla Caves are among the oldest Buddhist cave shrines. If sources are to be believed, the caves were carved almost 2000 years ago around the 2nd century. The place constitutes a large collection of beautiful Chaityas (halls) and Viharas (monasteries) giving us a peek into the ancient history of India. Recently, a temple made of pillars from the Buddhist period was also built near the entrance of the Karla Caves.
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