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Bhaje caves are 2-3 kms from Malvali railway station which is on the way to Lonavla from Pune.I went to this place by an auto and we need to pay 25 rs as an entrance fees.There is one cave where the beautiful Buddha stupa is...More
The approach road towards cave is horrible and traffic was worst it took us 2 hours to reach upto caves and when we reached the caves got closed due to timing over. To proper timing display. Parking area horrible. Not worth it
There is a waterfall near the base steps of the Bhaja Caves. Stairs here are better than Lohagad Fort. Some steps are broken on the top but still climbable. Very beautiful view while climbing stairs and also from the top. Greenery all around. 1-1.5 hour...More
Awesome climate on aug and view from the caves is too.good. When we reached bhaja cave it started raining and it's very beautiful to see the greeensih mountain view while raining and once stopped clouds passes away are pleasant to watch. Bhaja waterfall in the...More
I went to visit the caves with a group of friends. We are all based in Pune so the best way for us to reach the caves was to board the local train (Pune-Lonavala) and alight at Malavali station. The caves are around 2 to...More
Stunning scenery, beautiful place. Another group of ancient buddhist caves, 8-10 km from Karla caves. The architectural design is quite similar to Karla caves. The major difference is outside stupas. There are 14 stupas considered sign of buddhist monks who died at bhaja.
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If walking from Malavli station its a walk of around 2-3 kms. Share autos drop to the base of the caves, from there its around 250-300 mtrs. Sr. citizens can go, if they are comfortable climbing the steps for the above... More
If walking from Malavli station its a walk of around 2-3 kms. Share autos drop to the base of the caves, from there its around 250-300 mtrs. Sr. citizens can go, if they are comfortable climbing the steps for the above mentioned distance from the base. When I visited remember seeing a few sr. citizens at the caves. I would not recommend people having knee ailments and high BP to visit the place.