Nestled at an altitude of 3,000 feet above sea level, Tringalwadi Fort is an architectural marvel. Due to its elevated position, the massive fortress commands the picturesque views of the surrounding region. The fort houses a magnificent temple dedicated to Lord Hanuman. A hot-shot tourist spot in the Igatpuri region, Tringalwadi Fort provides excellent opportunities for trekking.
Set in a picturesque environment, Vaitarna Dam commands the stunning views of the rolling peaks of the Western Ghats. Built in the early 50’s, this dam site initiated the construction of concrete dams. A lovely pond with a vast stretch of black waters, bordered by deep woods, makes this dam site a delight for the tourists. Apart from its panoramic beauty, the dam is the main source of water and electricity for Mumbaikars.
An exquisite structure, Ghatandevi Temple is a scenic place just stone’s throw away from Igatpuri. The temple is dedicated to Ghatan Devi, who is believed to be the protector of Ghats by the locals. Bordered by the massive Western Ghats, the temple offers an eye-catching view to the devotees. The majestic peaks of Durvar, Harihar, Trimak and Utvad provides an imposing backdrop to this elegant shrine.
One of the most prominent lakes in Mumbai, Tringalwadi Lake, Igatpuri, is a perfect place to stroll around in perfect seclusion. Although small in size, this lake commands panoramic views of the massive fort and the majestic mountains. During monsoon, the lakeside offers an unforgettable experience to the guests. With the gentle breeze, the chirping of birds and the sounds of gushing waters, Tringalwadi Lake is a perfect treat for nature lovers.