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Lohagad Fort

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Lohagad Fort

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Untouched with the modern advancements, Karla is the spot that is giving tribute to Buddhism faith. One of the largest things to see is the prayer hall intricately crafted as Great Chatya Cave.<br><br>It is said that they were built between 2nd and 3rd Century BC by the Buddhist monks, these caves are situated in the Aurangabad District of Maharashtra, quite near to the Bhaja Caves. These caves exist amidst a range of hills near Lonavala (20 km). Karla serves as a fascinating weekend destination on the Pune-Mumbai highway, approximately 40 km from the heart of Pune.
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Alok wrote a review Feb. 2021
Mumbai, India1 contribution
Highly recommend this trek to anyone looking for a fun morning in Pune. The view from top is awesome. Very well maintained and clean fort.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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sushant singh wrote a review May 2020
Kalyan, India105 contributions46 helpful votes
Lohadad fort is greener fort of Maharashtra. Every where is green during monsoon season. This place is must visit place. There is combination of greenery and history.
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Date of experience: May 2020
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lotusdiamond wrote a review May 2020
New Delhi, India1,212 contributions1,540 helpful votes
Try to reach in the morning to start your trek and to be back after enjoying sunset. It is good one day trek surrounded by beautiful view and natural beauty. On the top you find Temple and awesome views. Good for photography lovers. You can enjoy the 360 degree views of surrounding places. Be careful while trekking as the steps near the top are very slippery specially during the rainy season. Spend some time at the top and enjoy. No facility is available at this place so be careful of any fall .
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Date of experience: November 2019
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israr mansuri wrote a review Mar. 2020
Vadodara, India427 contributions134 helpful votes
Lohagad fort is one of the nice fort in khandala great place such a lovely place it was nice fort it was
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Date of experience: March 2020
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RamadaAmritsar wrote a review Jan. 2020
Ahmedabad, India128 contributions20 helpful votes
We four family members out of that three are ladies and we all are senior citizens, trekked the fort it is around 3400 ft.hight..we stepped the steps and reached to the top of the fort, we seen small pond, lake before we reached top, I think near Ganesh gate. The water was cool and clean. At the top ,there is Shiv temple, Bhavani mataji temple, Lake, and 360 degree view of the mountains nearby and also seen pawana \Bhusi dem...from the top of the fort. The steps on the top are very slippery so one has to be very careful, you must have time atleast 3-4 hours to spend there to see the nature beauty.If the government starts maintaining various steps and wall which are already damaged then many tourists can enjoy very well. Also, there is no First Aid treatment there or nearby so many tourists if they injured due to slippery steps,they fell down there is no medical aid is available there , which is required must.Otherwise it is very nice place to enjoy for trekking and nature beauty.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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