Top Hill Stations Near Mahabaleshwar, The Queen Of Sahyadri Hills!

Written By

Ruchika Mandora

Mahabaleshwar is a high station in Satara, Maharashtra. The Queen of Sahyadri hills is 4400 feet above sea level and surrounded by lush trees.

India's new hill station Lavasa is popular for weekend sports and adventure sports. Its 25,000 acres of well-planned architecture are stunning.


Panchgani is famous for the natural beauty of the five villages that surround it: Dandeghar, Amrai, Godavali, Khinghar, and Taighat.


Green valleys, caves, lakes, and waterfalls are all easy to see from Lonavala. The trip takes an hour from Mumbai and about two hours from Pune.


Raigad is in the Konkan region of Maharashtra. It is surrounded by the Arabian Sea, the harbour of Mumbai, Thane, Pune, Ratnagiri, and Ratnagiri.


Malshej Ghat is a hill station in the state of Maharashtra. It is in the western ghats. It's a great place to go on the weekend to get away from the busy city.

Malshej Ghat

Khandala is in the western ghats and is about 1800 feet above sea level. People from Pune and Mumbai like to go there often.


Ratanwadi is a hilly village near Bhandarada. It is home to the Ratangad fort and the famous Shiva temple Amruteshwar.


The hill station is the last mountain resort before the coastal highlands and offers views of verdant hills and rich plains.


Rajmachi is 826 metres high in the Sahyadri hills. Adventurers love Rajmachi's Shrivardhan and Manaranjan forts.


Bhandardara is 750 metres above sea level on the Pravara River in Ahmednagar, Maharashtra. Its verdant forests, waterfalls, mountains, and lakes are calming.