Mahabaleshwar is a beautiful hill station located in the Indian state of Maharashtra. The region of Mahabaleshwar was ruled by a Brahmin king in the 13th century. In the mid-sixteenth century, the Brahmin king was defeated by the Maratha ruler Chandarao. The Britishers were the last rulers of this charming hill station that is flocked by the holidaymakers on a large scale.
Mahabaleshwar is nature's bounty and is 4,440 feet above the sea level. Adorned with the lofty hills and breathtaking surroundings, it sprawls over an area of 137 sq. km. The climate of this region is described as subtropical cool in nature. Amid the year, the median temperatures scale between 15°C-23°C. The temperatures drop down a degree or two during the monsoon season.
Mahabaleshwar in itself is an amazing travel destination. Its tranquil surroundings are the place where one can enjoy and succumb to nature. The places of interest in Mahabaleshwar are Panchganga Temple, Pratapgad Fort, Monkey Point, Krishnabai Temple, Krishna River, Venna Lake, Arthur's Seat, Elephant Rock, Lingmala Falls and much more.