15 Places to Visit in Mahabaleshwar in Summer: 2020
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Places to Visit in Mahabaleshwar in Summer includes Wilson Point, Mumbai Point, Arthur's Seat, Mahabaleshwar Temple, Babington Point, Kamalgad Fort and many more.

The alluring places to visit in Mahabaleshwar in june are a sure-shot way to be away from the blazing heat. Nestled in the Sahyadri Ranges, the lush green peaks, tranquil parks, calm lakes, and local culinary delights make the visitors come here again and again. The cool weather and clean refreshing air is another reason that lures them to the “Land of Strawberries”.

Some of the unmissable places like Arthur’s Point and Elephant’s Head Point are sure to entice you when here. There are also places like Chinamman’s Falls where nature enthusiasts can truly rejoice. Even the avid adventurers can enjoy at Parsi Point and Babington Point where they can trek their way through the amazing trekking trails. All in all, Mahabaleshwar has some fantastic places for everyone who wants to have a cooling respite.

Here is the list of top places to visit in Mahabaleshwar in Summer:

01

Wilson Point

Wilson Point
Wilson point stands tall at the height of 4,710 ft. above sea level and is one of the most visited places in Mahabaleshwar. It is the highest peak in Mahabaleshwar and offers panoramic views of the valley and the surroundings. Another high point of this place is the breathtaking views of incredible sunrise and tranquil sunset, which make this place famous as the Sunrise Point.

Also, the visitors get the advantage of three different points on this peak to enjoy the mesmerizing views and stunning beauty. The summer mornings invite hoards of visitors to enjoy the beauty at its best. It is the perfect place for trekkers too, as climbing to Wilson Point is one of the most fun-filled and adventurous things to do in Mahabaleshwar in summer. 
 
Location: Mahabaleshwar, Maharashtra 412806

Timings: 6 AM to 7:30 PM

Entry fee: None.
02

Mumbai Point

Mumbai Point
The Mumbai point, also known as the Bombay Point, dwells in contrast with the Wilson Point, as it is the famous Sunset Point. It is also one of the oldest points of Mahabaleshwar city and offers its visitors spectacular views and surroundings.

Visitors flock to this place to enjoy the peaceful and miraculous sunset views across the Mahabaleshwar valleys. Also, watching a beautiful display of varied colors spread over the sky during summer evenings is a scintillating experience. Even though the area remains a little crowded, it still continues to withstand its iconic essence.

Location: Mahabaleshwar, Maharashtra 412806

Timings: 6 AM to 6:30 PM

Entry fee: None.
03

Arthur's Seat

Arthur's Seat
Arthur's seat is a beautiful quaint location pressed onto the land beside the Savitri river. It is so stunningly majestic that it is also referred to as the Queen of all points. Arthur's Seat mesmerizes its visitors with the pictorial view of the green valleys of Brahma-Arayana the Savitri river. Because of its serene beauty, it comes at the top in the list of places to visit in Mahabaleshwar in summer.

It is almost 13 kilometres away from the primary Mahabaleshwar market and is located at the height of 1470 meters offering to its visitors a heavenly abode of hills. The main highlight of this destination is the magic of air pressure which brings back any small, light-weighted thing like a bottle cap to you if thrown in the valley. The trekking to this point is full of captivating views and is one of the bold things to do in Mahabaleshwar in summer. 
 
Location: Satara, Mahabaleshwar, Maharashtra 412806

Timings: 9 AM to 8 PM

Entry fee: None.
04

Mahabaleshwar Temple

Mahabaleshwar Temple
Mahabaleshwar temple is an ancient and divine temple of Hindus, located 6 kilometres away from the city of Mahabaleshwar. It is dedicated to Lord Shiva and opens the windows to the rich heritage and remarkable architecture of Maratha Heritage and Maratha historical ballads. This temple is also commonly known as the Mahabali temple and is flooded with hundreds of devotees, worshippers and tourists throughout the year.

The temple offers peace and serenity to its visitors and is the famous adobe of 300 years old Lord Shiva's Trishul, Rudraksha, Damru, and bed. What's more, once you are there, you cannot miss the chance to watch the heavenly prayers and aartis of Mahabali temple that are performed during the early dawn and late dusks.

Location: Mahabaleshwar, Maharashtra.

Timings: 6 AM to 7 PM

Entry fee: None.
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Babington Point

Babington Point
Babington Point is another naturally blessed and paradisiac point of Mahabaleshwar. It is a panoramic point in the beautiful and miraculous valleys above Mahabaleshwar's central city offering sights of the surrounding tranquil countryside. Situated at the height of 1294 m above sea level, Babington Point attracts tourists to enjoy the solace, tranquil and peace between nature.

This lovely location is full of lush hues and saturations during summer and attracts visitors to enjoy the natural beauty at its best. Also, this place attracts trekkers and adventure enthusiasts too, as the path towards it comprises an outstanding trekking trail.

Location: Tapola Rd, Birwadi, Maharashtra 412806

Timings: 8 AM to 7 PM

Entry fee: None.
06

Kamalgad Fort

Kamalgad Fort
Kamalgad fort, also known as Bhelanja or Kattalgad, is one of the highest hill forts and is located in the Wai Taluka district of Maharashtra. It is an iconic fort that presents the rich and extravagant history of the Maratha people and the Maratha Period. Adventure enthusiasts trek to this unusual and hard to tread place and love to camp here during the calm and decent summer evenings.

During summer, the entire fortress' building transforms into lustrous natural beauty and makes this one of the most beautiful heritage places to visit in Mahabaleshwar in June. The fort is surrounded by a steep rocky area which gives a complete protection to this ancient fort. The thrill-seekers like to visit the place for camping and other adventurous activities.

Location: Nandgane, Maharashtra 412803

Timings: 10 AM - 6 PM

Entry fee: None.
07

Chinaman's Falls

Chinaman's Falls
The Chinaman's Waterfalls are located at the top of the Venna Valley. The views here are eternally astonishing and impressive. It also offers to its visitors an adventurous trekking trail that gets overcrowded during the weekends.

For tourists, the experience of watching the water, falling from such a tremendous height is unforgettable and overwhelming. Chinaman's Falls offers abundant opportunities to capture fantastic snapshots and carry memories forever. It is another beautiful paradise that tops the list of places to visit in Mahabaleshwar in June.

Location: Mahabaleshwar, Maharashtra 412806

Timings: All day.

Entry fee: None.
08

Elephant's Head Point

Elephant's Head Point
The Elephant's point runs across the Lodwick valleys and is a poised and pleasant point in Mahabaleshwar city. A portion of this hill looks like an elephant’s trunk, but the location got its name after an English Governor Sir Mount Elphinstone, who served Bombay during the British Rule over India.

During summer, its tranquil beauty blooms to its best and makes the Elephant's Head Point one of the most charming places to visit in Mahabaleshwar in June. The lush greenery and spectacular views welcome tourists with open arms, and they even get to enjoy the splendid waterfalls en route to this fascinating point.

Location: Satara, Maharashtra 402303

Timings: 6 am to 7 pm all days of the week

Entry Fee: Free
09

Dhobi Waterfall

Dhobi Waterfall
The Dhobi Waterfalls is an extravagant and an exhilarating location just 3 Kms from the Mahabaleshwar City. It is an excellent spot to click several snapshots and keep them close to your heart as memories and nostalgia. The waterfall starts from a medium height, and adventure lovers like to trek to the starting point of the Dhobi Falls.

This fall is also famous for its trekking trail and picnic spots. Families and couples visit this place to explore the saturated, well-defined, and beautiful lushes of this tropical and mesmerizingly natural bounty.

Location: Mahabaleshwar, Maharashtra.

Timings: 6 AM to 6 PM

Entry fee: None.
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Falkland Point

Falkland Point
Falkland Point is another not to miss attraction in Mahabaleshwar which is also a photographer's paradise. This green land within the dense woods of Mahabalipuram is named after sir Falkland, the Governor of Bombay Presidency. This place is full of picturesque views and offers a panoramic view of Koyna Valley and Makarandgadh too.

This pleasant location in Mahabaleshwar is visited by families and couples to enjoy the solace and peace in the lovely natural surroundings. This place also has several food stalls serving delectable Maharashtrian street food and beverages.

Location: Mahabalipuram, Mahabaleshwar, Maharashtra.

Timings: All day.

Entry fee: None.
11

Venna Lake

Venna Lake
Venna Lake is one of the significant and captivating locations of Mahabaleshwar city. Shri Appasaheb Maharaj, the king of Satara city during the years of the 1940s, constructed this magnificent and astonishing lake. Trees on all sides surround the lake giving it a mystical outlook.

Visitors flock Venna Lake, which is amongst the list of top places to visit in Mahabaleshwar in Summer to enjoy boat or horse rides at the lake. The best time to visit this lake is during summer evenings as during that time the weather is most pleasant. The entry there is free, but the boating rides cost around Rs.500 for one hour.

Location: Satara, Mahabaleshwar, Maharashtra, 412806.

Timings: 8 AM to 8 PM

Entry fee: None.
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Parsi Point

Parsi Point
Parsi Point is amongst top places to visit in Mahabaleshwar in Summer and tourists visit here to enjoy fun-filled and adventurous activities or just to relax in the peaceful ambiance. The place got its name because of its significance with the Parsi community and is situated near the entry point to Panchgani.

The area is perfect for taking a break while travelling to Mahabaleshwar and has in offer various food stalls and restrooms too. It is another topmost Place to Visit in Mahabaleshwar in June as it is not only surrounded by lush green mountains but lets the visitors enjoy picturesque views during sunset or sunrise.

Families or couples also visit the place to enjoy the various games or activities available here. One can enjoy the views of the area by hiring a telescope or enjoy camel rides, skydiving or other adventure sports. 

Location: Ganesh Peth, Panchgani, Mahabaleshwar

Timings: 8 am to 6 pm

Entry fee: None.
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Connaught Peak

Connaught Peak
The best places to visit in Mahabaleshwar in Summer for trekking lovers is Connaught Peak, which is situated at a height of 1400 meters from the sea level. It is the second-highest peak in Mahabaleshwar hills and offers mind-blowing views of Pratapgad Fort, Venna Lake and the Krishna Valley.

Earlier this peak was known as Mount Olympia, but then the name was changed to Connaught Peak after the Duke of Connaught got bewitched with its exceptional scenic charm. Nature lovers and adventure seekers visit this beautiful place to enjoy the tranquil, solace and strikingly delightful sunrise and the dazzling sunset.

Location: Connaught Peak Rd, Maharashtra 412806

Timings: 8 AM to 7 PM

Entry fee: None.
14

Pratapgad Fort

Pratapgad Fort
Pratapgarh fort, located in Satara, Mahabaleshwar, is an iconic symbol of the ancient Maratha warriors whose hearts and souls were full of courage and bravery. It is a notable site of Battle of Pratapgad and is presently one of the hottest places to visit in Mahabaleshwar in June.

It is a historic site that is inevitably bound and rooted in Maharashtra's history. It is located about 27 kilometers away from Mahabaleshwar's central city, but the drive is promising and worthy. The summer evenings are most suitable to visit this heritage structure as the views are also impressive during that time.

Location: Poladpur Mahabaleshwar Road, Mahabaleshwar, Maharashtra 412806.

Timings: 6 AM to 6 PM

Entry fee: None.
15

Lingmala Waterfall

Lingmala Waterfall
Trip to Mahabaleshwar cannot be complete without visiting another divine and exhilarating location, the Lingmala Falls. This beautiful location is another spot in Mahabaleshwar to enjoy the beauty at its best without any disturbance of the outside world. The water here propels from a height of approximately 600 feet and gives the exquisite view plus melodious sound.

The feeling of being here and watching the water drops falling in the form of silver streak or formation of rainbow is merely remarkable. The presence of pure natural beauty surrounding the waterfall and nearby Venna Lake and two other beautiful falls make this place a must-visit place. And relaxing or spending time with family or friends in this pristine location is one of the best things to do in Mahabaleshwar in summer.

Location: Panchgani - Mahabaleshwar Rd, Maharashtra 412806

Timings: 8 AM to 5:30 PM

Entry fee: None.
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  1. Is Mahabaleshwar worth visiting in summer?

    Mahabaleshwar is one of the most exciting and beautiful hill stations in India and the climate here in Summer remains moderate with temperature varying from 15 to 35 degree Celsius. Visiting this place during summer is the best time to enjoy a fun filled activities and outdoor adventures.
  2. Why Mahabaleshwar is famous for?

    Mahabaleshwar is known for its serene beauty, lush green hills and captivating waterfalls. Along with these there are many heritage structures, forts and temples which attract a multitude of tourists every year. Sunrise and sunset locations, trekking trails, panoramic views and much more is there to charm the visitors.
  3. What are the places to visit in Mahabaleshwar?

    Mahabaleshwar is a small hill station but has in offer an array of attractions including:
    - Elephant's Head point
    - Chinaman's falls
    - Dhobi waterfall
    - Arthur's seat
    - Venna Lake
    - Wilson Point
    - Mahabaleshwar Temple
    - Mumbai Point 
    - Babington Point
    - Kamalgad Fort
    - Falkland Point
    - Parsi Point
    - Connaught Peak
    - Pratapgad Fort
    - Lingmala Waterfall
  4. What is there to do in Mahabaleshwar at night?

    After spending a day full of excursion and sightseeing, visitors can continue the fun by hopping into late-night eateries, bars, and shopping markets. These locations prove to be exciting hangout options that keep the visitors busy till late at night. Most of the outdoor places get closed by 9 pm whereas you can find eating joints and bars which stay open till 11 pm.
  5. Which is the best month to visit Mahabaleshwar?

    Mahabaleshwar is a breathtaking yet peaceful hill station with a pleasant and cold climate all through the year. The summer and winter seasons prove to be the most beautiful time to visit this place as the temperatures are moderate and bearable. March to June is an excellent time for family outings at that time as one can enjoy the scenic beauty along with outdoor activities. Besides, December to February is best for experiencing adventurous activities with a pleasant climate.

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