These are 2nd century Buddhist Caves. This is one of the major Buddhist tourist attractions of the area. There are 18 rock-cut caves that feature sculptures such as a prince seated on an elephant, a prince in a chariot, and more. These caves have been constructed by Buddhist nuns.
In Lonavala, Bushi Dam is a major attraction for people looking for amazing spots to enjoy picnics. During monsoon the dam is its full form and wins the hearts of the visitors with its unspoilt beauty. The green environ, surrounding the dam, also adds to the beauty of the place.
The specialty of the fort is that its location makes it an individual fort. The Koregad Fort does not connect to any other hill in the region. To reach the top of the fort, the visitors have to take an hour’s trek. From the top of the fort, the visitors enjoy some of the picturesque landscapes and ponds.
The fort is praised or its historical importance. The fort was majorly used by Chatrapati Shivaji. The fort had also witnessed the seat of Vidharbha and Maratha kingdoms. Moreover, the fort is beautifully located at a height of 1050 m.
Karla Caves are a must visit in the Lonavala region as these caves are regarded as the India’s largest cave temple (Chaitya). Assumptions are made that these caves date back to around 100 AD. These caves also contribute to the unique architecture and culture. Inscriptions and stupas also exhibit Buddhist ideologies.