We have been homesick for a while and most of us are desperately waiting for a break. A break in the midst of nature that is completely healed lately is the best thing to do. What could be wonderful than a place like Mahabaleshwar?
We have a list of places to recommend in Mahabaleshwar that would be perfect during monsoon and post lockdown.
Why not begin with a place that is peaceful, natural, and on the lap of nature, The Elephant’s Point. The stunning views are perfect to click pictures and upload as your first visit to Mahabaleshwar. We bet you will tempt many of your friends to be there!
If you have never been to Arthur’s seat in Mahabaleshwar, then you are missing a great deal. Keep your bags ready for a long drive and halt at the Arthur’s seat as soon after the lockdown is totally eased. If you have to improve your immune system and breathe fresh this is the place to be. Many tourists also refer to it as the “Queen of All Points”.
As the name depicts, Panchgani is the collection of five small hills that make up the whole town. Even today, the place takes you to the old British constructions and structures. You will also find Parsi styled houses and clean roads to explore.
Tapola welcomes you to the serene waterfalls and gorgeous views of Koyna dam. The lush-green beauty can captivate anyone’s heart. Your trip to Mahabaleshwar is incomplete if you do not experience Tapola. The other name to this dam is Shivsagar. No doubt, Mahabaleshwar is the first name on the travel list for nature lovers.
Connaught Peak was renamed after a Duke when he explored the place and fell in awe of it. Even today, there is little mystery, attraction, seldom, and darkness mixed in this place that attracts many tourists to take a tour. Are you thinking of the same as I am after the lockdown is over?
Mahabaleshwarhas been a family vacation spot to majority of Indians. Since traveling to international countries is risky and expensive considering the environment, we can always plan a family outing by driving all the way to meet and greet Mother Nature and thank her for keeping us healthy so far.