Mahabaleshwar Honeymoon



Mahabaleshwar Honeymoon is one of the most exciting tour of the famous hill station. Located at a high altitude, Mahabaleshwar is an ideal place for the newly married couples.

The hill station can boast of a number of important tourist spots that are soothing to the eyes of every visitor. Mahabaleshwar is accessible from all the major cities of India via Mumbai by luxury buses or cars and taxis.

One should get in touch with the travel agencies to have a clear idea of the popular tourist spots, the hotels and their tariff rates.

The important spots for couples are:
  • Lingmala Waterfall- The lingmala Waterfall is one of the many waterfalls of Mahabaleshwar which adds to the scenic beauty of the place.
  • Wilson Point- It is the highest point of Mahabaleshwar from where one can admire the marvelous view of the surrounding areas.
  • Lake Veena- Lake Veena gives a picturesque view of the place and is an ideal place for boating.
  • Mount Olympia- It is a best place for all those who would like to try their riding skills and go round the place on a horse back
  • Mahabaleshwar Temple- This temple is devoted to Lord Shiva. All the newly wedded couples make a point to visit this temple and offer prayers for a happy and healthy married life.
Places to stay For honeymoon couples the various hotels, and resorts provides "Deluxe" and "Economy" classes suits at reasonable prices.

Amidst the green valleys and the pleasant weather, Mahabaleshwar gives the newly married couple an wonderful chance to begin a healthy married life.



Last Updated on 13 September 2011



     


     

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