Vacation In Lonavala
Pick and Drop at time of arrival/departure
Sightseeing by private car
Check-in and check-out as per the hotel policy
Round trip transfers by Non A/C Personal Car is included
Alcoholic / Non- Alcoholic beverages
Expenses caused by factors beyond our control like rail and flight delays, roadblocks, vehicle mal-functions, political disturbances etc.
All personal expenses
Tips, laundry & phone call
Any Airfare / Train fare
Vacation In Lonavala,Day 1 – Arrival and Sightseeing at Lonavala
In the morning, board the AC bus from your boarding point and embark on an exciting journey towards Lonavala. The distance is about 80 km and will be covered in approximately 2 hours. On arriving Lonavala, you must check in at the hotel as per the hotel rules. Relax for a while and then get set for an exciting sightseeing time. On this day, you will visit Lonavala Lake, a beautiful lake encircled by lush greenery and situated just 1.6 km from the town. Next, visit Bhushi Dam, a dam perched on the Indrayani River. It was constructed in 1860s to provide water for the steam engines of the Great Indian Peninsular Railway. You will also visit Lions Point, a view point that offers a spectacular view of a wide stretch of rolling hills blanketed in lush greenery. Visit Rajamachi Garden, a serene spot known for its picturesque surroundings. You will also visit Duke’s Nose, Wax Museum, Narayani Dham Temple, and Ryewood Park. After a fun-filled day, return to the hotel for your overnight stay.
Day 2 – Departure
In the morning, check out from the hotel as per the hotel rules. Board the AC bus and enjoy your journey back home as you carry along fond memories of your trip. Note: Mentioned prices may vary as per the travel date, bus, and hotel availability.
Bushi Dam, Lonavala
Bhushi Dam is a masonry dam on the Indrayani River. It is one place in Lonavala which is bound to cheer you up during the monsoons which are the ideal time to visit the attraction.The overflowing water over the steps of Bhushi Dam and then through the rocky terrain make this place a hit among the people of nearby areas who throng in large numbers on weekends during monsoons. It tends to get so crowded that many individuals find it hard even to get a decent standing spot. Even though swimming is prohibited in the dam due to the inconsistent flow of the water, one can always enjoy on the steps.
Lonavala Lake, Lonavala
Lonavala is a town and a hill station in Pune district. It is about 64 km from Pune and 96 km from Mumbai.It is famous for its production of the hard candy chikki which is a sweet eatable thing made from different nuts mixed with jaggery. It is a major stop on the railway line which connects Mumbai and Pune