visited in the before we goes to the hotel and its waste of time nothing special and also its too inside to go
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The fort is one of the highest forts within Maharashtra, but trekking is always good and enjoyable. Along with my friends, we enjoyed.
This is a really a awesome place to see. As it is now well maintained now . The steps are very good to climb with out any panic. The view from the top is un believable with a wonderful blow of air. Must visit it once
It was a wonderful trek to Lohagad fort. We went when rains have just started and weather was extremely pleasent. While the road to fort have steep turns, I could drive right upto the place from where steps started. When reached at top, we were lost in the thick clouds. We enjoyed the drizzling, had tea and then returned.
Beautiful place to visit but not maintained well. The fort was very big and beautiful. You will need to walk for about half and hour to go on top because no vehicle goes there.
Road to Lohgad fort is very steap. Final about a Km is walk way using stairs well maintained by administration. It takes about 25 to 30 min with intermittent rests to reach top. On top is quite a large area with small water ponds, Dargah,temple etc. Fresh water source from stones. You need at least 45 min to all around... More
Fantastic views from the top all around the ghats (mountain ranges in west Maharashtra). We happened by chance to go up when there was a huge Urs (religious) going on (annual festival to honour a Sufi saint who has his mausoleum on the fort). Devotees were offering excellent free food eg Mutton Biryans, mutton curries. We missed the day they... More
The best time to visit is Rainy season. We went to Lonavala in August 2016, we reached Lohagad Fort around 12 pm which was fully covered with fog. We enjoyed through out the climbing. Carry Water bottles as we should reach the top and beware of monkeys. Great place for nature lovers
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Hi I read the review and the plan.
Just confirm me about the time it takes to reach from PUNE central bus stop to the location where we have to start climbing.
And how much time it takes to climb till the top?
Can we finish all these places in a day: LONAVALA, LOHAGAD FORT and RAJMACHI FORT?
Planning to visit in between SEPTEMBER to DECEMBER this year.
Coming from Mumbai to Lonavala and then to Lohagad Ford, where is the place to park vehicle? Is it safe?
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