Lavasa is striking tourist destination which is situated in the western mountain ranges. This city is well planned which lies in the Pune district of Maharashtra state. It is stylistically based on the Italian town Portofino, with a street and several buildings bearing the name of that town.
Lavasa city is coming up on eight large hillocks that surround the elongated Varasgaon Dam Reservoir and is home to premium hotels overlooking the lake. Lavasa is a popular ex-Mumbai / Pune getaway.
Lavasa (2 Night/3 Days)
Day 01: Mumbai to Lavasa (186 km’s) (4 hours)
We will pick you up from your place and drive straight away to Lavasa. On arrival, check-in at the hotel. Later, we will visit the Varasgaon Dam and Waterfall. An overnight stay at the hotel. Varasgaon Dam also known as Veer Baaji Pasalkar Dam is one of the three major dams situated on the Mose River. Lies 40 km away from Pune city, the dam supply water to the city. Water fall is another attraction of Lavasa that offers some breathtaking views of the falling water from height. Surrounded by mountains and abundant natural beauty, it is one of the main attractions of the place.
Day 02: Lavasa (Lavasa City Tour)
After breakfast, we will visit the Lavasa city, one of the most beautiful cities in Maharashtra state of India. In the afternoon, we will return back to the hotel for an overnight stay.
Lavasa is a private and well planned city built near Pune. Stylistically based on the Italian town Portofino, this city is set in the Sahayadri Mountains at the shore of the Warasgaon Lake. Visitors can take a ride on Luxury cruise boats, Bumper boats, jetty, jet skis and other adventure activities.
Day 03: Lavasa to Mumbai
After breakfast, check out from the hotel to return back to Mumbai. On arrival at Mumbai, we will drop you at your desired location.
Best Time to Visit
Any time is a good time to visit Lavasa as it remains pleasant throughout the year. Winters can get slightly chilly and the temperature keeps fluctuating even during the summers. During the rainy season all the plants come to life. Accompanied by cool breezes, the sight is truly a treat. But avoid going there during peak monsoon season.