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Mahabaleshwar Camping

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Mahabaleshwar is a beautiful hill station located south of Mumbai, in Maharashtra. Because it is located directly along the Western Ghats of India, camping in Mahabaleshwar is a popular activity amongst tourists and visitors. The versatile landscape and geography of the town make for the perfect camping ground, where you can set up tents on mountains, valleys, near historical monuments, rivers, and many more.


Places like Elephant’s Head point, Dhobi Waterfalls, Arthur’s Seat, Wilson Point, Venna Lake are some of the popular places to go Mahabaleshwar camping. This activity is even more popular because of its proximity to pure, unaltered nature. It is the perfect getaway for city-dwellers and in fact, people from all over the country travel to Mahabaleshwar to spend some time in its scenic countryside landscape.

You can book several tour packages according to your requirements. Whether you are looking for a quiet, relaxing holiday or an adventurous one where you can explore and go trekking in the nearby areas, there is something for everyone. Fun activities such as games, bonfires, forest tours and treks, swimming and much more are also part and parcel of your camping trip when you are in Mahabaleshwar.

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Fantastic camping there, the place is beautiful, all day and night was totally fun, this is so worth for money
The environment there was nice with good people, we enjoyed alot both day and night, we will like to return.
Acaryatanaya Johar Camping near Wai
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Marvelous camping experience overall went great as we expected to be. The destination was just lovely with beautiful scenery around.
Excellent
The location was truly beautiful with the amazing views of the mountains and lush greenery, the tents stay expereince was very nice along with amazing foods they served us, The whole place was well-arranged and maintained. Cleanliness is clearly a high priority... Nice indoor and outdoor games, Both youngs and elderly were enjoying camping there... Must-visit with your loved once.
Amazing place must-visit, This is the best price offeres by Thrillophilia everything was well arranged from stays and meals. the place is mind-blowing which suits for camping. Amazing bonfire session under the stars. Overall it was really an awesome experience
Aditeya Mehrotra Camping near Wai
Excellent
One of the most unforgettable moments in my life, we really enjoyed this camping and participating in the whole activities. The leader and the staff were very kind and approachable with on-time service. This place was very safe and it is good for a group and solo traveler as well... No regret at all for choosing this and my group too was happy with this. I really appreciate this to all the people who make this trip a successful one.
The time ran so fast that we don't know its time to check-out Everything goes as per listed itinerary. but whatever it is this tour was very truly fulfilled us, with enjoyment, fun, laughter and awesome memories to cherish forever.
Chakravartee Butt Camping near Wai
Superb
I did camping most of the time but this one is different because the view of the place was breathtaking and the activity was fully fun along with good accommodation and great staff who assist us all the time on-time. The meals served to us was tastes good. We had a wonderful day to the fullest among all the group...
Udit Sethi Camping near Wai
Superb
Good package from Thrillophilia at a very cheaper price but very fulfilling with good activities and meals. Good management and facilities. The starters both veg and nonveg were good it truly worth it. Felt so amazing seating around the bonfire.
Camping experience in Tapola was WOW... Everything went so perfect and satisfying, I had no negative feelings about this camping.

People Also Ask About Camping in Mahabaleshwar

  1. Which are the best camping places in Mahabaleshwar?

    1. Tapola: Also called Mini Kashmir of Maharashtra, Tapola is a fun-filled getaway to enjoy a lakeside camping experience in Mahabaleshwar. Along with offering delectable meals, this camping site allows you to refresh your senses away from the usual affairs of life.

    Adventure lovers here will love to indulge in activities like Camping, Kayaking, Bonfire, Barbeque (chargeable), Badminton, Volleyball, Carrom, Chess, Cricket and many more.

    Location- Tapola.
    Price- Starting INR 1500 per person.
    Timing- Check-in Time: 11:00 AM Check-out Time: 11:00 AM (next day).

    2. Panchgani: Soak in the surreal views of nature with an offbeat camping experience at Panchgani. Promising to enthrall you with activities like Casino, Board games/puzzles, Darts, Table tennis, Billiards and Hiking (DIY), this campsite offers a wonderful experience for everyone. Offering comfortable bedrooms, this place is an idyllic escape from the hustle and bustle of life.

    Location- Panchgani.
    Price- Starting INR 1800.
    Timing- Check-in Time: 12:00 PM Check-out Time: 11:00 AM.

    3. River Krishna: Enjoy an overwhelming experience soaking in the surreal views of River Krishna while enjoying an overnight camping in Mahabaleshwar. Offering comfortable cottages and tents, this activity is best enjoyed with your friends and loved ones.

    When you are at this campsite, you can enjoy taking a refreshing dip in the waters and basking in nature’s beauty. Other activities to be enjoyed here include tractor ride, bamboo raft ride, bullock cart ride, and fishing.

    Location- Malakpur Village, Satara District, Maharashtra.
    Price- Starting INR 1,725.
    Timing- Check-In: 12:00 pm / 4:00 pm Check-Out: 11:00 am.

  2. What is the best time to visit Mahabaleshwar for camping?

    The best time to visit the places for camping in Mahabaleshwar is usually between October and June, where you can experience pleasant summers, mild winters and even some light monsoon rain.

    Mahabaleshwar sees its summer months between March to June where the temperature stays pleasant during the day and cool at night. Even though it can become a little hot during the peak summer season, it is still relatively bearable.

    The monsoon months start from July and go on till October when the rains start receding from the Western Ghats. If you are a fan of lush greenery, the smell of rain, and the misty weather, then monsoon is the perfect time for you to visit this hill-station.

    Winter lasts from November to February, which is the peak strawberry season in the area. Even though temperatures may drop till -4 degree Celsius sometimes, it is still a pleasant time to enjoy the natural beauty of Mahabaleshwar.

  3. What all activities can we do during camping in Mahabaleshwar?

    All the camps in Mahabaleshwar come with some exciting activity or the other that you can enjoy alone or with your loved ones. Some of the popular activities include trekking, rock climbing, boating, campfires, cycling, windsurfing, lakeside soirees and much more.

  4. What is the approx. cost of camping in Mahabaleshwar?

    The approximate cost of going to Mahabaleshwar camping can cost you anything between 3,000 INR to 12,000 INR. Depending on the services you request and the location of your camps, the price of the tour package that you are pre-booking keeps changing. 

  5. Is monsoon a good time for camping in Mahabaleshwar?

    Yes, Mahabaleshwar camping is possible during the monsoon season. However, most of the major camping tours and trips are organized just before or after, to avoid the muddy ground and the damp weather. Some of the camps in Mahabaleshwar organize special monsoon treks to places such as Kate’s point from where you can see the expanse of the green jungle.

  6. Is it safe for a solo female to go camping in Mahabaleshwar?

    Yes, it is safe for a solo female traveller to go camping in Mahabaleshwar. Mahabaleshwar camping is an activity that is enjoyed by families and other travellers looking for a retreat from the crowded city life. However, like any other place, women travelling solo must take the usual but necessary precautions to ensure a happy and safe camping trip.

  7. Will food and safe drinking water be provided during camping in Mahabaleshwar?

    Yes, if you are booking Mahabaleshwar camps through proper travel agencies and agents, you are likely to get a comprehensive tour package which includes the provision of food and safe drinking water. However, if you decide to go camping in Mahabaleshwar independently, then it is recommended that you carry your own supply of food and water, even though shops are available at accessible distances from popular campsites.

  8. What kind of clothes and equipment should I carry while going on my trip to Mahabaleshwar?

    Mahabaleshwar is primarily a hill station that is prone to frequent bouts of rainfall. This kind of weather is especially prevalent through the peak tourist season, which is from October to June.

    When you are travelling to Mahabaleshwar, make sure you carry clothes that are essential to combat the weather, such as a raincoat, boots, jeans and pants, comfortable shirts for a comfortable stay at the camps in Mahabaleshwar. Full-sleeved clothes are a must for trips into the jungle. As for equipment, apart from the basic toiletries, you can also carry an umbrella, a hat for sunny days, binoculars to take full advantage of the stunning views and other medicinal precautions to ensure a safe and hassle-free stay.

  9. What all things I must carry for camping in Mahabaleshwar?

    Mahabaleshwar is a cold and rainy town, so when you set out for your Mahabaleshwar camps, make sure you carry your woollen clothes, as well as clothes to protect you from the rain.

    A raincoat, extra pairs of dry clothes, waterproof bags and shoes are all important to carry with you. It is recommended that you also carry mosquito repellants, a first aid kit, your own water, sunscreen, sunglasses and trekking shoes. If you are a fan of natural beauty, make sure you also carry a camera because you will be met with some unforgettable sights.

  10. What is Mahabaleshwar famous for?

    Mahabaleshwar is best known for its landscapes and scenic views. Places like the Venna Lake, Mapro Garden, Pratapgad, Elephant’s Head Point, Kate’s Point and Albert’s Seat are some of the most stunning viewpoints in the Western Ghats. You can see pristine lakes, rolling green hills and valleys filled with flowers from these vantage points.

    It is also known for its beautiful waterfalls such as Chinaman Waterfalls, Dhobi Falls and Lingmala Waterfall. Another point of attraction in Mahabaleshwar is the strawberry fields. There are several strawberry farms in the areas from where you can sample and buy fresh strawberries. The month of May also sees the famous Strawberry Festival here.

  11. Where is Mahabaleshwar located? How can I reach there?

    Mahabaleshwar is located in Satara District of Maharashtra, a little south of the city of Mumbai. It is accessible by trains, cars and buses. If you want to travel by air, the nearest airport is Pune airport from where you can book a taxi or a cab and drive for around 120 km to reach Mahabaleshwar.

    If you want to go to the hill-station by train, you can either go to Wathar train station which is 60 km away or reach Pune Railway Station from where you can book a cab to the town. Mahabaleshwar is mostly accessible by buses that ply regularly and are available from both Mumbai and Pune. The journey from Mumbai to Mahabaleshwar is around 247km and it takes 6 hours by bus.
  12. Is Mahabaleshwar worth visiting?

    Yes, it is definitely worth visiting Mahabaleshwar, and there are several reasons for you to do so. Mahabaleshwar is one of the most serene and peaceful hill-stations in the Western Ghats. From the famous Mahabaleshwar camps, you can trek to some of the most stunning viewpoints from where you can see crystal clear lakes, hills covered in lush greenery and temples, relics and many more interesting things. The year-round pleasant weather is another major attraction of this hill-station. Mahabaleshwar is also known for several other interesting things such as strawberry fields and Kolhapuri chappals.