In the early years of 1950, the Vaitarna dam was constructed on the Vaitarna river. It is the primary source of water and energy for residents of Mumbai's most populated areas.
The highest peak of the Sahyadri ranges, Mt. Kalsubai is a renowned tourist destination in Igatpuri. The peak's views of Bhandardara's majestic mountains are famous.
Mumbai and Nashik weekenders frequent Vihigaon Waterfall, a periodic waterfall 13.5 kilometres from Igatpuri.
The 3000 ft-high Tringalwadi Fort is behind the Ghatandevi Temple. The fort overlooks Konkan and Nashik roads.
The royal Bhatsa River flows through the Bhatsa River Valley before entering Igatpuri from Mumbai. The Thal Ghat's end has beautiful rock structures and greenery.
The right-hand Camel Valley is a few kilometres ahead of the Bhatsa river valley. Waterfalls are the main attraction on the other side.
Ghatandevi Mandir honours hill protector Ghatan Devi. Harihar, Durvar Utvad, and Trimbak tower over the temple in a beautiful valley.
Igatpuri is home to the world's largest meditation institution, the Vipassana Institute, making it a must-see on any list of Igatpuri attractions.
Karoli Ghat is the greatest destination for a lifetime-worthy drive. Waterfalls and birdsong fill Western Ghat's Kasara range.
Amruteshwar, a stone temple dedicated to Shiva, is beautiful. From Igatpuri, the Bhandardara dam leads to Ratanwadi.
Talegaon lake near the dam offers stunning views of the hilly terrain. Only locals from Igatpuri and nearby areas visit this quiet place.
The Western Ghats' Sahyadri mountain range's Avandha Fort sits at 4300 feet. Trekking through rock-cut caverns and five large ponds is amazing.
Madangad Mountain's fort is famous in the Kalsubai Range. Ropes are needed to ascend the dense forest and rock sections, especially during the monsoon.