Echo Point

    Named after the lovely daughter Kate of Sir James Malcolm, an authority of the British raj, this point is also known as Echo point. The geographic location and structure of the hills results into a total reflection of sound resulting into an extremely clear echo.

    Arthur Seat

      At a distance of 13 km from Mahabaleshwar Bus Stand and 7 km from Old Mahabaleshwar, Arthur Seat Point is the most popular viewpoint in Mahabaleshwar and among the top places to visit in Mahabaleshwar. Arthur Seat Point is located at a height of 1340 m and is surrounded by the deep Savitri gorge on one side and a lush green plateau on the other side. Popularly called as Queen of the Points, Arthur Seat Point has been named after Sir Arthur Mallet who was the first man to build a house at this point.


        Pratapgad is a mountain fort located in Satara district, in the Western Indian state of Maharashtra. The fort is situated 24 kilometres from the Mahabaleshwar hill station. The fort is now a popular tourist destination.It is very important fort as the major fight with Afzal Khan took place here on 10'th November 1659. In 1656 Ch. Shivaji Maharaj built this fort.

        Tapola (Boat Club)

          Tapola Lake, the beautiful lake located at 30 Km from Mahabaleshwar is famous picnic spot for enjoying boating .Tapola is a paradise for nature enthusiasts and adventure seekers alike with opportunities for nature walks, trekking, camping by the lake, agro-tourism activities, and exploring the nearby forests

          Mapro Garden

            Nestled amidst the beautiful hills of Panchgani and Mahabaleshwar, our very first among all our Mapro Gardens. Photo booths, sprawling gardens decked with in-house khakhra plants, and delectable lunch with fantastic views of surrounding hills.

            Venna Lake Boating

              A must-visit tourist attraction on your Mahabaleshwar tour, Venna Lake is a scenic man-made lake that invites people of all ages to spend some quality time with their loved ones. Constructed in the year 1942 by Shri Appa Saheb Maharaj, the Venna Lake was