Lonavala is one of the most popular hill stations. Lonavala hill station is a romantic escape from the chaotic noise of city life, Salubrious climate, magnificent, exquisiteness, historical forts, ancient caves, beautiful lakes make it the most popular destination Place.
Lonavala hill station is also often called “Jewel of the Sahyadri Mountains. Hill station was discovered by Sir Elphinstone who was the governor of Bombay presidency in 1871. “Every year lots of tourists from around the world visit this soothing place especially during the monsoon. It’s one of the perfect spots for travelers and who likes a calm and peaceful place. Its known for popular candy know as chikki. The best time for visiting the Lonavala hill station is monsoon season, during this session the hill station becomes alive and active which makes the travelers explore more. Lonavala got its name derived from the words “Len” and “Avail” translates to the” Resting Place of Stones”.
The Lonavala hill station surrounded by green valleys in western India. The Karla Caves and Bhaja Caves are ancient Buddhist shrines carved out of the rock. They feature massive pillars and intricate relief sculptures. During the Rainy season, the water overflows onto a set of Steps.
Lonavala hill station is also home to INS Shivaji (formerly HMIS Sivaji) is the Indian Navy’s Premier Technical Training Institute. It consists of many estates that are hosted for the Television shows. It also consists of the Celebrity Wax Museum.
Many other beautiful places are located near to Lonavala Hill Station
Karla Caves, Bhaja Caves, Tiger’s Leap, Bushi Dam, Lonavala Lake, Celebrity wax museum, Amrutanjan Point, Aamby Valley, Visapur fort, Valvan Dam, Bhairavnath Temple, Lohagad Fort.