Family Vacations Are Made Memorable In Mahabaleshwar

An enchanting hill station located in the Satara district of Maharashtra state, Mahabaleshwar is one of the popular hill stations in India. During the colonial era, it was the summer capital of Bombay Province and was frequented by several British officers. In recent times, many of the honeymooners and leisure tourists from distant places make a trip to this region to enjoy a pleasant vacation in its fascinating natural surroundings. The holiday activities of the travellers visiting this region include sightseeing and Paragliding. While enjoying a vacation in this hill station, tourists can explore some of the most interesting vantage points and places of worship.
Boats On Venna Lake
Boats On Venna Lake
Venna Lake is among the major tourist attractions of this region, and visitors can enjoy some marvellous views while boating on it. The Mahabaleshwar Temple, built in the 16th century is visited by tourists and devotees alike. A vantage point named Arthur's Seat is situated at an elevation of about 1,340 metres, and makes for an interesting visit. The highest point in Mahabaleshwar, Wilson Point, is situated at an altitude of 1,439 metres and offers a spectacular view of the hill station. It is also the only point in this region from where both sunrise and sunset can be viewed by the tourists. They can enjoy a comfortable stay in one of the best resorts in Mahabaleshwar associated with Magic Holidays and explore these wonderful attractions during their time spent in this hill station.
United-21 Resort, Mahabaleshwar
The air travellers can get to Mahabaleshwar from Pune International Airport, which is the airport closest to the region. Satara would be the nearest railway station for train travellers planning their family vacations in this hill station. Excellent connectivity to the neighbouring cities by roadways provides a great deal of convenience for road travellers. They can either take the state-run MSRTC buses or hire a private vehicle to reach Mahabaleshwar.