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Lions Point

Posted by Sushant R on 17/09/2019
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Lions Point is one of the stunning places of the Lonavala. It has an excellent view of a valley and mountains. One of the famous place to visit in Lonavla, Maharashtra. A perfect weekend gateway with minimum traveling from Pune and Mumbai. gives a clear and scenic view of Sahyadris on a clear day. Clouds hitting you from all around and the wind blowing at a reasonable speed it is truly a lifetime experience on the top of the hill.

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A must visit during monsoons wherein it is covered in clouds with light drizzle. Remains windy all throughout the year. It is Around 9-10 Km Drive from Lonavala Railway station. you can either hire a taxi from your hotel or drive your own car to reach here.

Lions point located on the way of amby valley. The place entirely covered with the western ghats gives a mesmerizing view of a valley and mountains, clouds and falling of band in the lap of nature. On the way of lions Point, you will get Lonavala dam and Bhushi dam.

Furthermore, the route to this bewitching sight passes through the market wherein there are various shops with a plethora of hand-made pottery. Your bargaining skills can be put to good use here.

This place is lovely in the misty early mornings… a perfect place to wait and watch the sunrise to its glory while you can comfortably relax around the unique bonfire and devour the piping hot noodles and chai!! The hot and fresh corn Pakodas is the signature dish to have.

Lions point is one of the must-visit spots in Lonavala. In the nature full of oxygen, metabolism is good too. The best time to go there is early morning or late evening.

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The monsoon season makes this area all the more scenic and beautiful. The view is awesome. The feeling of being in the clouds is really great. Nice place to spend away from the pollution

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