Lakes in Mahabaleshwar

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  • Venna Lake

    Venna Lake

    Flanked by lush greenery and blooming flowers, the placid Venna Lake is counted amongst the major tourist attractions of Mahabaleshwar. Built in 1842 by Shri Appasaheb Maharaj, the king of Satara, the lake covers an area of 28 acres. You can indulge in a boat ride on the lake with ...

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  • Bhilar Waterfalls

    Bhilar Waterfalls

    Bhilar Waterfalls is relatively less explored tourist spot in the region. The fall earns its name from the village where it is located, and is believed to be the source of the Kundali River. The waterfall cascades down from an altitude of around 4500 feet. The ideal time to visit ...

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  • Dhobi Waterfall

    Dhobi Waterfall

    The captivating Dhobi Waterfall is located around 3 km away from the main Mahabaleshwar town, on the route connecting the Old Mahabaleshwar Road to Petit Road. The water descends into the valley and ultimately flows into the pristine Koyna River - a tributary of the Krishna River. Set amidst lush ...

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  • Krishnabai Temple

    Krishnabai Temple

    Krishnabai Temple, located in proximity to the Panchganga Temple, is known for its excellent architecture. Visitors can easily reach the temple through a narrow but a well-marked trail. It is believed that the shrine is the source of the Krishna River. The pristine water pours out from the mouth of ...

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  • Chinaman’s Falls

    Chinaman’s Falls

    The captivating Chinaman’s Falls lies towards the south of the Koyna Valley in Mahabaleshwar. A tour of this hill station is incomplete without visiting this cataract. The beautiful gardens in the vicinity were earlier managed by Chinese, owing to which the waterfall got its name Chinaman’s Falls. Positioned at the ...

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