Last weekend I made a short visit to Lonavala hill station with my familia, a leisure trip far away from our busy lives. The peak time for visiting this place is around August-September, when it’s cool and you can just experience a short splurge of showers all around. We visited a bunch of places, here’s a list of what we made through: ✨
Lion’s point: A rock strong area flanked by thick layers of fog, a land where a barrel of monkeys reigned instead. πŸ’πŸ€£πŸ˜



Bushi Dam: This dam is situated at a high level where gushing waterfalls can be witnessed at a proximity and plush greenery at a comfortable 360° angle like nowhere else! It was a rocky road towards the highest point, but we made it and it proved value to all our struggle ascending uphill all the way. 😍 🌊🌊


Khandala’s Rajmachi point: Saying hello to nature and the same waterfalls seen from Bushi dam but at a distance from highrise cliffs and yet again layers of fog but relatively much clearer in sight. 🌳🌴

A white clay china pottery store situated at the peak point of the highway came as a surprise to us! All through our journey, we saw little food stalls around every corner like the ones at eat street selling hot buttas(corn) 🌽, roasted whole groundnut pods πŸ₯œ, freshly cut green-yellow mango and pink guavas and even maggi points. 🍜 🍜

Lonavala is best known for it’s assorted array of hard candy chikkis, fudge, jellies, fresh berry crush and syrups. 🍭 🍒

This post goes in tandem with Journal entry 3: Pawana Lake camping, and I would love to make a visit there when I plan a longer trip! Make the best of both in one shot, it’s all worth it! πŸ˜‰