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Lingmala Falls

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Lingmala Falls

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Mahabaleshwar-Pune Road, Panchgani India
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Day Trip to Mahabaleshwar-Panchgani (Guided Fullday Sightseeing Tour from Pune)
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Day Trip to Mahabaleshwar-Panchgani (Guided Fullday Sightseeing Tour from Pune)

Experience the popular gateway near to Pune, explore the stunning scenery of Panchgani, panoramic view of the landscape, clouds drifting over the mountains and enjoy the preachy breeze at Mahabaleshwar, a beautiful hill station nestled amidst the scenic locales with evergreen blanket of greeneries and embraced with the magnificence of the scenic peaks, known for its picturesque beauty on this guided tour to Pune's most perennial favorite gateway.<br><br>Explore the Panchgani &amp; Mahabaleshwar on this wonderful 12-hour trip in AC car with a private guide.<br>1. Explore the popular hill station Panchgani known for the Table Land, a huge volcanic plateau, visit Parsi Point offer views of Dhom Dam lake, Kamalgad Fort and temple dedicated to the Hindu god Lord Kartikeya. <br>2. Explore Famous Mapro Garden known for their strawberry produce.<br>3. Explore Mahabaleshwar features several elevated viewing points, such as Arthur’s Seat, centuries-old Pratapgad Fort, Venna Lake and Panch Ganga Temple.
$134.76 per adult
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NaseemVora wrote a review Feb 2021
30 contributions3 helpful votes
One of the must see places in Panchgani. there are 2 falls. the left side fork is a short trek and leads to a small waterfall! lots of photogenic spots to take pics. you can even sit in the water. Going towards the right side, is a longish walk, and leads you to a viewing point where you can see the main waterfall, crashing from a great height in 3 stages. the view is wonderful. try going early in the morning so as to get parking, or the place gets totally jammed.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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anjan s wrote a review Nov 2019
Raipur, India1,692 contributions514 helpful votes
After struggling to get a parking slot in a crowded lot, we need to walk about a Kilometer to reach the the point where we can view the Waterfall at its full might. Its an awesome view actually which is gradually being spoiled by lot of constructions around the top of the Waterfall and also lot of Plastic Bottles being thrown in the pool of water. This Waterfall needs to be preserved..
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Priyanka S wrote a review Oct 2019
Chennai (Madras), India53 contributions14 helpful votes
It's not a huge waterfall but one can put legs in water and enjoy the surroundings...water is very clean there...actually there are couple of falls there but there is only one in which one can play with water...just wanted to remind you that you have to walk a lot to see all the falls...specially for elders, it's difficult.the moment u enter and start climbing down the stairs, take the left turn to reach the main water fall...the ones which are on the right are quite far away and you can't reach them
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Milind Thakker wrote a review Sep 2019
Mumbai, India52 contributions30 helpful votes
This place is simply wow. There are 2 different views , one of the waterfall from top and the other closer to the waterfall at bottom .. both are brilliant to watch. Must go if you are either in Mahabaleshwar or Panchgani. Entry fee is rs 20 per head and closes at 5.30
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Date of experience: September 2019
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RDtravels00 wrote a review Sep 2019
Mumbai, India38 contributions9 helpful votes
The smaller falls are a delight. But couldn’t swim in it as the current was pretty strong. Lovely to dip your feet in n click pics. We climbed up to see the main waterfall but couldn’t see it as the fog was too much. Visibility was low in such in so much fog. I have visited the main waterfall in the past (during summer) and it’s pretty majestic. This place is not for senior citizens as one has to climb a lot of steps.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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