Lonavala is brimming with normal spots, attractions, and touring. It is the top end-of-the-week escape for Mumbaikars and Punekars. Beneath we have referenced the top 15 spots to visit in Lonavala where there is no passage ticket. Consequently, you can go there for practically FREE

 1) Lohagad fortification and Visapur fortress

 Lohagad fortification:

 Quite possibly the grandest posts of Maharashtra is the Lohagad Fort with two regular lakes, two fake lakes, a Shiv sanctuary, a Dargah, and a valley perspective on the renowned Pawna Lake. Situated at the tallness of 3,400 feet, this fortification has additionally discovered its direction to the UNESCO world legacy site. Known for its picturesque area, this post is a magnet for explorers, nature devotees, travelers, and climbers.

 Lohagad fortification partitions the bowls of Indrayani and Pavna. You can reach the highest point of fortification in the wake of passing using Hanuman Darwaja, Ganesh Darwaja, Maha Darwaja, and Narayan Darwaja.

 This multi-access fortress is an ideal area for journeying. So in case you are down for some fun, this fortress will legitimize your consideration. For amateurs, going to this spot in Lonavala will be an extraordinary decision as it is similarly simpler than others because of its straight course. It is pretty much like a recreation stroll amidst lavish vegetation. What's more, during a rainstorm, the fortification looks strange as it gets covered by mist and fog.


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 Visapur post:

 Situated around 60 km from Pune and 100 km from Mumbai and remaining at a height of around 1084 meters, Visapur Fort is probably the most elevated fortification in Lonavala. Roosted upon a rich green level, the fortress is an extremely well-known outing objective among nature darlings, travelers, and campers. What's uncommon around one of the three courses which take you to the top is that you would have to move through the spouting cascade generally of the path just in rainstorm season.

 The stronghold is a piece of the Lohagad – Visapur fortress and is the higher one among the two. Aside from the perspective on lavish green encompassing the close-by area, Visapur additionally holds a remarkable perspective on Tikona Fort, Tung Fort, Lohagad Fort, and the Pawna Lake.

 2) Pawna lake

 Arranged 20 km away from Lonavala, Pawna Lake is a fake lake that is encircled by enormous magnificence. Framed by the dam worked across the Pawna waterway, the lake is an ideal cookout spot in Lonavala. The street prompting the lake is a calm and tranquil drive with reviving plant life and rough slopes cruising you by. In case you are searching for a calm and tranquil day in the excellence of nature, think no more and head here. It's a peaceful spot and is an astounding end-of-the-week passage. Vegetation incorporates this lake, making it enjoyable for the individuals who need to invest energy in the lap of nature. You can trip to the close-by slopes, pay attention to music, camp there, and appreciate tasty food prepared by local people. Local people there give you a protected spot, security, tents, food, and a speaker that you can interface with your telephone or PC and pay attention to music while you star-look in the evening. It's an extraordinary spot in Lonavala to inhale natural air. You can go there essentially any season, however, we would propose keeping away from the blistering summer heat. You can book Pawna Camping on the web.

 3) Tikona fortification

 Tikona Fort, likewise popular as 'Vitandgad Fort', is a three-sided slope fortress situated close to Lonavala. Roosted on a high slope, the post is a journeying objective. The little village near the fortification is the Tikona way. The fortification's mammoth passageway is an uncommon fascination.

 The Tikona fortification is an extraordinary journeying objective for gutsy travelers. One can get eye-getting perspectives on the Pawna Dam and the fortifications at Visapur, Tung, and Lohagad. The fortification encases a lake, Satvahan caves, and the sanctuary of 'Trimbakeshwar Mahadev'. The fortress was worked during the Sahara tradition. There is a sanctuary on top of the pinnacle. The perspective on the Pawna dam, Kathingad, and valleys from the top is amazing, thus it's perhaps the most investigated place in Lonavala.

 4) Tung fortification

 Tung fortification journey in Pune close to Lonavala is an extraordinary spot for climbing. Climbers typically investigate the pair of Tung and Tikona fortress in a solitary visit. It is additionally famous as the Kathingad fortress. Kathingad or Tung Fort is an incredible traveling spot close to the Lonavala area. This stronghold is known for its provoking way to deal with arriving at the top. Kathin signifies 'Troublesome' in Marathi thus the name of the stronghold is Kathingad.

 The fortification is conelike and comprises unequivocally sustained dividers, bulwarks and has a few strongholds. It has steep trips with an exceptionally tight course on the edge of the mountain all through. The stronghold premise likewise has a rough flight of stairs that opens to water storage. A precarious hop on lush slants prompts the remnants of a sanctuary at the culmination. The strongholds of Korigad, Tikona, Visapur, and Lohagad can be seen from the highest point of Tung Fort.

 5) Korigad

 Korigad is a lovely fortress situated on top of a slope, around 20 km from Lonavala, close to Aamby Valley. This is a simple 6 km journey, with stone-cut advances driving up generally. The fortification has a rise of around 3000 feet, so it gives you wide all-encompassing perspectives every which way. When you get to the top, you'll have the option to analyze the enormous door to the fortress, just as 6 antiquated cannons, the biggest of which is the Lakshmi Toph close to the Koraidevi sanctuary. Aside from this, there are two lakes, some water tanks, and a sanctuary to see. The feature, be that as it may, is the view: the pools of Aamby Valley, the rich forested slopes around, and the expressway somewhere out there.

 In the rainstorm, the Korigad journey course is green and wonderful, and the water tanks at the top are full. From the highest point of the fortress, you'll get incredible perspectives on the encompassing scene. This offers plentiful freedoms for picture takers. Korigad is additionally a famous night journey spot and offers a lot of spots to set up camp at the top.

 6) Rajmachi fortress

 Snuggled on the grand scopes of Western Ghats, Rajmachi Fort is a shocking chronicled post in Lonavala. Rajmachi Fort is a notable vacation spot in the state. Rajmachi which is additionally called Udhewadi is a little town found in the Sahyadri Mountain. There are chiefly two posts in Rajmachi one being the Shrivardhan Fort and the other is the Manaranjan Fort. The Rajmachi Fort is a stunning spot for adventurers which makes the travel industry much seriously intriguing.

 The genuine magnificence of Rajmachi is seen during the rainstorm when the spot decorates a new look. The brilliant streams, pearl-like cascades, and the lavish green glades attempt a verdant look to the scene which is a treat to the eyes. There are a few caverns and landmarks which can be investigated in the post. Among the different spots to visit in the town is the wonderful Lake which is a pleasure to the picture takers. The encompassing of the lake is very beautiful.

 7) Tiger point/Lions point

 Tiger point at the highest point of Lonavala slopes gives a magnificent perspective on the nightfall and dawn scenes. The valley sees as such starting here is astounding. An absolute necessity visit place for every one of those meeting Lonavala. Tiger's point or Tiger's Leap is an uncommon name given to this spot because of the similarity of the shape with that of a tiger jumping into the valley.

 The rich green, eye-mitigating perspectives on the valley, foggy mornings, and cool wind that take Tiger's Jump make it perhaps the loveliest places to visit in Lonavala in the stormy season. Tiger Point is a review point, where you can watch dawn and dusk with mountains and a valley in see. Most slope stations across India have one of these focuses and Lonavala is the same. However, no visit to a slope station is finished without visiting one of these "focuses". Tiger Point is otherwise called Lion Point as the two names are utilized conversely.

 8) Tabletop (Now Closed)

 The name was given Table-Top because of a level Hill bed on the point. This point offers amazing perspectives on the stream valley and an aeronautical perspective on the Rajmachi Fort in Lonavala. This spot wakes up during the rainstorm season with cascades behind the scenes. As the name proposes, numerous Bollywood films were shot here.

 During the rainstorm season, this spot gets covered with mists. The haze or the mists were an excess of that you feel that you are in paradise. The landscape around this spot in Lonavala is magnificent and the eagerly awaited part is you are over the mists which is a truly staggering encounter. The view from this spot is stupendous, most definitely, and one can see the Kune cascade on the contrary side of the mountain, and the Mumbai Pune Expressway directly underneath.

 9) Duke's nose

 Duke's Nose in Lonavala is a bluff that gives an amazing perspective on Sahyadri slopes. The apex of Duke's Nose is privately referred to as Nagphani as it looks like the hood of a cobra. Renowned for experience sports like rappelling, rock climbing, and valley-crossing, it draws in various travelers round the year. You can walk or climb up this highest point from the Khandala station without any problem.

 The journey may appear to be out of reach yet it is somewhat simple. There is a Mahadev sanctuary on the top which is an essentially unmissable spot in case you are visiting near. This fascination close to Lonavala presents an incredible downslope perspective on the fields. Climate is charming here in the early mornings and nights.

 10) Narayani Dham Temple

 Shree Narayani Dham Temple is situated in Lonavala. We just visited this sanctuary as we need to invest some energy in Lonavala. After going there we found that it is an extremely wonderful spot.

 Sanctuary is built in a wide region. In any case, it is exceptionally perfect and clean. There is an exceptionally all-encompassing climate in the sanctuary grounds. You can enjoy the harmony of the psyche there. The best ideal opportunity to visit the sanctuary is during the long periods of the rainstorm. The sanctuary is where you search for internal harmony and peacefulness.

 The sanctuary was built in 2002 and is a delightful white marble structure. The primary god of the sanctuary is Maa Narayani and on one or the other side of the principle