Lavasa is a beautiful, planned city on the Western Ghats in Maharashtra and boasts a calm, pleasant atmosphere and panoramic landscape. Step into this city and the first feeling you get is to visit a small city in Europe.
Away from traffic, congestion, and pollution, the lush green environment, rain-soaked trees, and the lakeside environment make it an ideal weekend. People who take out on a weekend road trip from cities around Mumbai and Pune to visit Lavasa, are a common sight for the locals here and are equally receptive to tourists. Lavasa Hotel is a different story altogether and you can also get a small bungalow for yourself. Some hotels in Lavasa offer bicycles to their guests for exploring beautiful mountains and valleys.
Things To Do in Lavasa
The city has innumerable water sports opportunities, which lie on the banks of Warsgaon lake. Here you can also try jet skiing and kayaking. Pedal boating is another option that combines a lot of pairs. And did we tell you that if you want to get on the ship, a great cruise will be waiting for you? Lahore is an ideal place to travel in Lavasa, and a great way to spend a day with your family.
For nature lovers, Lavasa is one of the best places. You can walk around and enjoy the lush greenery, and when you feel the cool breeze on your face. Lavasa may not have a lot of sightseeing, but the city itself is in the lap of nature and you will get enough greenery all around.
Nestled amidst an uninterrupted rocky terrain of the Sahyadri hills, Lavasa offers plenty of opportunities to adventure enthusiasts. Apart from the ones mentioned above, there is also a provision for camping, you can also swim in the open lake and take in the scenery. Don’t forget to get your trekking gear and join a jungle trip.
One of the best sites and most visited places in Lavasa is the Temghar Dam – the main source of water for the city of Pune. You can drive from Pune to Lavasa to experience the panoramic view around the dam. When at the dam site, enjoy some extremely beautiful views of the green atmosphere and free-flowing water and you can enjoy the “corn” with a hot cup.
Lavasa is home to many restaurants and cafes. You will arrive at abundant roadside stalls, offering food and beverages that lubricate lips. From Indian street food to American burgers to authentic Italian cuisine, you will have a hard time making picks.