Mahabaleshwar, which literally translates as 'God of Great Power' in Sanskrit language, is a hill station that attracts numerous tourists every year. It is also among the most preferred honeymoon destination in Maharashtra for many couples, owing to its serene natural surroundings and vast expanses of beautiful landscapes. Once the summer capital of British officers during the colonial era, this region offers several fascinating spots for couples, where they can spend some quality time with each other. Access to all these points is provided by well-maintained roads. This hill station has an old-world charm to it, other than all the beautiful locations that it has to offer for its tourists.
|Pratapgad Fort Mahabaleshwar|
History of Mahabaleshwar
According to the history of this region, Mahabaleshwar was established by Sir John Malcolm in the nineteenth century as a health resort. It has an elevation of over 1300 meters, and generally has a pleasant climate for most part of the year. From the month of June to September, tourism in this hill station is affected by torrential rains, and tourists are advised not to visit Mahabaleshwar around this time. There are many excellent places in this hill station that are worth visiting, and ideal for the newly-weds. The honeymoon packages in Mahabaleshwar cover either all or most of these places, while the accommodations for couples are arranged in one of the best resorts or hotels in this region. Visits to the fabulous strawberry fields and beautiful Venna Lake are some of the features of honeymoon packages offered by most of the travel companies. Some of these companies also provide exciting discounts on these packages.
|Venna Lake Mahabaleshwar|
How to reach Mahabaleshwar
The international and domestic tourists travelling by air can get to Mahabaleshwar from the airport located in Pune or Mumbai. Those who prefer to travel by train can reach this honeymoon destination in Maharashtra from the railway stations of Satara, Pune, Sangli, or Miraj, using the State Transport buses or private vehicles. People travelling by road can take any of the state-run buses or hire private cabs or cars to reach Mahabaleshwar from the cities nearby. Some hotels or resorts in this region also provide pick-up and drop facilities for their guests.