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Arthur's Seat

Arthur's seat is a point at an elevation of 1340 mts. The point was named after British officer Sir Arthur Malet (1806–1888), who sat here and gazed at the Savitri River, where he lost his wife and children in a tragic ferry mishap. This is the best place if you love the nature and deserves your time of stay at Mahabaleshwar.

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Wilson Point

Named after Sir Leslie Wilson, the Governor of Bombay from 1923–26, Wilson Point is the highest point in Mahabaleshwar at 1439 m. Known as Sindola Hill during the colonial rule, Wilson point is the only location in Mahabaleshwar where both sunrise and sunset can be seen. It offers a spectacular glance of Mahabaleshwar in all directions.

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Bombay Point

Bombay Point is also known as Sunset point, as tourists visit this place to see the varied shades of the setting sun. The place has a large open space, which incorporates a bandstand. This point is an ideal picnic spot and is one of the oldest vantage points in Mahabaleshwar. To the left Bombay Point, lies the lover’s point of this beautiful place Mahabaleshwar.

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Venna Lake

Venna lake is one of the major tourist attractions of Mahabaleshwar in Maharashtra state in India. The lake was constructed by Shri Appasaheb Maharaj, who was Raja of Satara in the year 1842. The lake is surrounded by trees on all sides. Tourists can enjoy a boat ride over the lake or a horse ride next to the lake.

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Table-Land Panchgani

This flat large expanse of laterite rock is the second longest mountain plateau in Asia. The tableland is beautifully carpeted with the tiny blue bonnet & star & other pretty grasses that come up in the month of August & September. The place now provides entertainment with horse riding , Merry go rounds, etc., also with few food stalls & couple of games counters.

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Mapro Garden

Mapro Gardens is a garden park in the hill station of Panchgani, known for their strawberry produce, and a popular tourist destination. It is host to the annual Strawberry Festival. Mahabaleshwar contributes to 85% of the total Strawberry produce in India and about 80% is consumed fresh. The Strawberry Festival encourages the strawberry cultivation in the belt.

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Pratapgad

Pratapgad is a large fort located in Satara district, in the state of Maharashtra in India. Significant as the site of the Battle of Pratapgad, the fort is now a popular tourist destination. Pratapgad fort is located 15 kilometres from Poladpur and 22 kilometres from Mahabaleshwar, a popular hill station in the area.

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3 Monkey Point

Named because of the natural sculpture of the stones which looks like three monkeys sitting beside each other and portraying 3 monkeys of Gandhiji.. nestled deep in the valleys you can figure out from the outline of a big stone a natural cut out it give a effect of 3 monkey sitting next to each other portraying SEE NO EVIL, HEAR NO EVIL, SPEAK NO EVIL.

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Elephant's Head Point

See nature's very own artwork at Elephant's Head Point and be prepared to be mesmerised by it's unique beauty. Enjoy spectacular views of the Sayhadri range from here, sandy patches perfectly offsetting the lush greenery that surrounds Mahabaleshwar. Soak in the sun, carry a picnic and make the most of the beautiful sunrises and sunsets here.