Situated at an elevation of 650m, Tiger’s Leap is one of the most popular sightseeing spots in the twin hill stations of Khandala & Lonavala. This tourist spot is sometimes referred to as ‘Vagdari’. Due to the shape of this hill, which resembles to that of a tiger when bending down from a hill, its name is Tiger’s Leap. There’s a small waterfall near the Tiger’s Leap, which has made this tourist destination a famous picnic spot. The echo point near this location is a favorite of tourists. Add to your little adventure by making sounds at this echo point. If you don’t want excessive crowd, then you should avoid visiting here during weekends.
Bhaja & Karla Caves:
|Bhaja & Karla Caves|
Nestled in the hills of Lonavala, these rock-cut caves rank among one of the finest examples of Buddhist Temple art in India. The Karla caves resemble more like the wooden architecture. Completed in 80BC, this impressive structure includes a representation of the Buddha. The cave also features ancient carvings, which have immense historical significance. Magnify your trip to Lonavala by availing services of Magic Holidays, which is a leading holiday package provider. With Magic Holidays, you’d never have to worry about accommodation.