Lonavala Sightseeing Oneday Trip By Cab

 From Pune/ Mumbai: Lonvala Hill Station & Tiger Point Private Tour A hilly paradise nestled in the Sahyadri mountains, Lonavala, is a popular weekend getaway from Mumbai and Pune. 1 Day trip to Lonavala makes you explore lush green valleys, majestic hills, gushing waterfalls, and picturesque lakes. It is 66 km from Pune while 80 kilometers from Mumbai. On this trip to Lonavala, we suggest you cover only 5-6 popular attractions of Lonavala, spending time walking around and discovering the beautiful nature. Lonavala is the a perfect place to visit with your friends and family for the 1-day trip.  Oneday Mumbai To Lonavala Trip By cab, Pune / Mumbai to Lonavala Cab ServiceYou can either choose to trek the Lohagad fort near Lonavala or just experience the natural beauty and enjoy waterfalls.

Places to visit in Lonavala in 1 day : Lonavala is not only a home to some spectacular viewpoints, camping sites, and treks, it is also close to Khandala and Rajmachi and some more beautiful towns that you can head to after your visit to Lonavala. So, if you are looking for what you can experience in this place where the clouds often talk to the peaks.

Visit Lonavala from Pune /Mumbai on this private tour. Visit Lonavala Lake, The Karla Caves, and The Bhaja Caves.  about this area’s Buddhist rock-cut cave temples. Start your day with a convenient pickup from your accommodation in Pune/Mumbai. Jump in the car, relax, and enjoy the scenic drive to Lonavala. First explore the ancient Karla and Bhaja Caves, which offer a glimpse of Buddhist culture and architecture. Witness the stunning Kune Waterfalls, cascading from a height of 200 meters. Next, you will visit The Tiger Point, which offers breathtaking views of The Sahyadri Mountains. Experience the charm of the hill station as you drive through the lush green valleys and hills. End your day on a high and feel relaxed as you enjoy the ride back to your accommodation in Pune/Mumbai.

Highlights Of Lonavala Day Trip

Highlights : Feel in awe as you see the natural beauty of The Lonavala Hill Station

Visit the most famous mountain peak point Tiger Point

Marvel at the ancient caves such as The Karla and Bhaja Caves

Feel mesmerized as you see the Lonavala Lake up close and personal

Learn about the history and culture of Lonavala from your private guide  


Visit Points In Lonavala Oneday Trip

(a)   Karla Caves

(b)   Bhaja Caves

(c)   Loin Point

(d)   Tiger Point

(e)   Bhushi Dam

(f)   Khandala Lake

(g)   Rajmachi Garden

(h)   Lohgad Port

(j)   Shree Narayani dham Temple

(k)   Wax Musuem 


Package for One Day Trip from Mumbai to Lonavala By Car.

Sedan: 4 Seater

Rs. 5300/-

Suv: 6 Seater

Rs. 6000/-

Suv: 6 Seater

Rs. 7300/-

13/17 Seater Tempo Travellar

Rs. 13999/-

For Booking One Day Trip from Mumbai to Lonavala By Car.

Saiprem Holidays Pvt Ltd

Corporate Cab Service

What Is Included and Not Included In Mumbai to Lonavala Trip?

Package Including

Pick & Drop from: Airport / Hotel / Home in Mumbai

• Cab for Lonavala sightseeing from Pune as per the above Itinerary

• 10 – 12 Hr 

• 200 km Limite

Package Not Including

• Entry Ticket Fee at tourist places at Lonavala

• Toll, Parking, Permit if any Charges

• Accommodation, Meal ( If Any )

• Vehicle beyond the designated tour route.

Travelers are requested to follow the given itinerary for 1 Day Lonavala Local Sightseeing tour package. Ideally this oneday Pune To Lonavala Local Sightseeing tour package cannot be customized, however if guests prefer to visit different set of places during Lonavala Local tour, they can check the possibility of the same with the listed car rental companies and request for a custom quote.

The time spent on each Lonavala tourist attraction is to be followed as perthe Itinerary schedule. In case of any delays or additional time spent at a particular place, driver or car rental company will not be responsible to cover all the places mentioned in the itinerary.

Pleasealso note that if a particular Lonavala sightseeing place is closed on the scheduled day of the tour, it will not be covered from the list of sightseeing places. Please check the possibility of visiting an alternate place with cab vendor before you book the tour.

Places Covered and Information One Day Trip from Mumbai to Lonavala by cab.

Karla Caves & Eakvira Temple

Famous for: Outdoors, Cave, View Point, Ancient Ruin, Historical Site, Tourist Center, Family And Kids, Architecture, Archaeological Site, Hill This one of kind caves were built by the Buddhist monks and provide a glimpse of the Buddhist temple art. These rock-cut shrines were built during the 2nd century BC to 5th Century AD. Many archaeologists, as well as tourists, love to visit these caves. Don’t wait if you are in Mumbai or Pune and weekend is coming close. Plan a 1 day trip to Lonavala and explore the beautiful cliffs,tranquil lakes, and taste the mouth-watering sweets.

Bhaje Caves

 Bhaja Caves : Interesting architectures, arresting designs and massive caves make Bhaja Caves a beauteous place to visit in Lonavala in one day. The horseshoe-shaped entrance keeps one awe-struck for a long, and its wooden architecture takes one back to the past where  one can relate to the sculpture of these caves. If you can walk till the end and are lucky, then you may be able to see a brimming waterfall that flows in the cave that creates a small pond. Preserved in these dark chapters of our past are 14 Buddhist stupas that once belonged to the monks who resided in the caves ages ago. Books claim that caves 6, 9, 12 and 13 are the most striking ones in this stretch. Location: 12.5 km from Lonavala via NH48

Timings: 08.00 am to 06.00 pm.


Lion's Point & Tiger Point

Lion’s Point:  is a popular vantage point located midway between Bhushi Dam and Aamby Valley in Lonavala, Maharashtra, It offers spectacular panoramic vistas of the adjacent hills and the valley below. The hill top is surrounded by cascading waterfalls, lush green valleys and majestic mountains and is a famous tourist spot in the city.


   Tiger point :  If you look at it in a close-up, it appears in a tiger-like shape. In which a tiger is trying to jump through the valley giving the place its name. Another scene is the waterfalls that naturally fall during the monsoon. They have sparkling clear water. The name comes due to its resemblance with the  appearance of a tiger that leaps. It offers stunning views of lush greenery, forests as well as waterfalls and lakes surrounding. Tiger’s Leap is also known as Waghdari. The name derives because it resembles the form of a tiger leaping. It is a stunning view of greenery, forests as well as waterfalls and lakes surrounding. Sunset and sunrise views from this viewpoint are stunning. 


Bhiushi Dam

 Bhushi Dam

Time to Spend: 03:00 Hours 

Famous for: Family And Kids, Dam, Nature View.

This picturesque spot is a great place to relax and rejuvenate. Bhushi dam is situated on the Indrayani River and is visited by a number of people especially  during the monsoon. During this time the overflowing waters on the rocky stairs of the dam make it look breathtakingly beautiful.


Lohagad Fort

Lohagad Fort :  At a distance of 11 km from Lonavala, 66 km from Pune & 114 km from Mumbai, the Lohagad Fort (Iron Fort) is a historical fort situated along the Sahyadri hills in the Lonavala region of Maharashtra. It is one of the best tourist places to visit in Lonavala and also one of the popular heritage in Maharashtra. 

   It is one of the most visited forts in Maharashtra as part of Lonavala tour packages. The fort was built by Guru Govind Singh in 1564 CE to serve as a prison. Shivaji Maharaj captured it in 1648 CE, but he was forced to surrender it to the Mughals in 1665 CE by the Treaty of Purandar. Shivaji Maharaj recaptured the  fort in 1670 CE and used it for keeping his treasury. Later in Peshwa’s time, Nana Phadnavis used this fort for living and built several structures in the fort such as a big tank and a step-well. Recently the fort has been declared as a protected monument by the government.

Lohagad makes an ideal trekking destination for trekkers from Pune and Mumbai because of its accessibility, ease of trek, and lush green surrounding Lohagad trek is very popular, especially during monsoons. Malavli is the base of the trek, which is around 7 km from Lohagad. It is a simple, very scenic,  and pleasant trek and the distance from Malavli and Lohagad can be covered in two hours.

Shree Narayani dham Temple

 Shree Narayani dham Temple :  At a distance of 2 km from Lonavala Railway Station, Sri Narayani Dham is a religious place located in Dhankawadi area of Lonavala. The temple is dedicated to Goddess Narayani and is one of the famous places of sightseeing in Lonavala. The temple was constructed in 2002 and is a beautiful white marble structure. The main deity of the temple is Ma Narayani and on either side of the main shrine are  shrines dedicated to Ganapathi, Hanuman and other Hindu deities. The deities are beautifully decorated with glittering jeweleries. The entrance is a 4 storeyed  structure, there are fountains lined up on the pathway from entrance to temple. 

   It is flocked by many locals as well as tourists everyday owing to its famous path Dadi Mangal and bhajans that fill the air with spirituality. The temple celebrates  Ganesh Chathurdi, Janmashtami, and Diwali festivals with much enthusiasm. The temple has a Hall sufficient enough to host more than 10,000 devotees. It also has a  odging facility with 5 bedrooms with attached toilets so that the devotees coming from long distance can stay and take rest. There is a Goshala where visitors can feed the cows.


Timings: 6:30 AM – 1 PM and 4 PM – 10 PM. 

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