The Arowana Villa - Panchgani

India is blessed with many hill stations and these hill stations are the most endearing tourist destinations specially for them who want to take a break from their hectic life. Every year many tourists and travellers throng to these wonderful hill stations, dotted in each and every region of India. These hill stations are very popular in summer days because most of the tourists want to visit these places so that they can get relief from the scorching heat of summers and simultaneously, can experience the thrill of various kinds of adventure to these places. So, it can be concluded that the Indian hill stations are popular for their salubrious atmosphere and an enchanting view, which will certainly mesmerize you with their scenic beauty. Panchgani is one of the popular hill stations in India which is situated in Satara district in Maharashtra. This is a perfect place for you where you can spend your holidays serenely and can enjoy the maximum beauty of nature. Panchgani is near about 16 kilometres away from Mahableshwar and it can easily be accessible from both Mumbai and Pune. The place is situated in the middle of the five hills and that’s why it was named Panchgani. The river Krishna flows on one side of this place, while on the other side there arethe coastal plains which make this place more enchanting and beautiful. There are many wonderful tourist spots in Panchgani that you can’t afford to miss during your stay and some of the popular places are Sydney point, Table land, Pars Point and Devil's kitchen etc.

So, if you are planning to spend your next holidays at Panchgani, then you may find many bungalows in Panchgani which will serve you with the best amenities so that you will definitely prefer these villas in Panchgani over the hotels. The Arowana Villa is one of the luxury villas in Panchgani which is fully furnished and decorated with all the expensive items. This villa is equipped with all the modern and latest amenities so that you can comfortably and contentedly enjoy your vacation at Panchgani. This premium bungalow is situated just 4 km away from the main Panchgani market. This villa would be an ideal place for you if you want to experience both luxury and nature at the same time. Nowadays, people prefer to take these kinds of bungalows on rent in Panchgani because they feel that these bungalows will give them more facilities and amenities which probably the hotels can’t offer. Moreover, these luxury villas in Mahabaleshwar are less-expensive as compared to the hotels and hence, people prefer them over the hotels.

The Arowana Villa in Panchgani consists of three air-conditioned bedrooms with attached bathrooms, kitchen, spacious lawn, and an indoor game room. This villa gives you an opportunity to play different types of indoor games like caroms, chess and table tennis with your family members. You can access the free Wi-Fi and can post and share your pictures in different social media sites during your stay at this bungalow. An in-house cook is there who is always ready to serve with various delicious and mouth-watering dishes. Moreover, you can also order any special dish or customized food items like homely food as per your choice. You will also get a complimentary breakfast along with tea or coffee everyday once you have entered the villa. Special food items are served to the children and elderly persons so that they can also enjoy their holidays and get the best food recipes. If you want, you can also get veg items along with non- veg recipes. There are also cleaning staffs who used to clean the bungalow everyday so that the hygiene is maintained and you can stay healthy inside the house. An inverter and battery backups are there which will help you during the power cut. Moreover, there is a big, spacious and airy lawn where you can enjoy the outside barbeque and other outdoor activities with your family members. So, it can be concluded that The Arowana Villa is a luxurious bungalow with homely and hygienic ambience where you can spend the entire day with your loved ones just admiring the wonders of nature from the rooms itself or from the outside spacious lawn.

If you are looking for some villas on rent in Panchgani, then you should contact with the Arowana villa as they are one of the famous bungalows on rent in Mahabaleshwar. This is the high time that you should plan your next vacation at the Arowana Villa (Panchgani) as it is one of the eminent villas in Mahabaleshwar.

TARIFF

Panchgani

 15000 (Minimum 2 nights on weekends)

(Friday , Saturday, Sunday)

 11000

Price applicable for 8 guests

Price includes breakfast.

 1000 per person per night.( above 5 years)

Cook charges for lunch & dinner  1500 per day

Holidays and long weekends rates would differ.

  • Check in time 02.00 PM
  • Check out time 11.00 AM

( Price includes taxes)

(Service Tax 14% + SBC 0.5% + KKC 0.5%)

Amenities

3 Well furnished Airconditioned Bedrooms with LED TVs

Complimentary Morning Breakfast and Tea/Coffee

Indoor Games to play like carrom, chess, etc..

Free Wi-Fi for your internet access and browsing.

Inverter and battery backup which subsides the basic electricity needs.

Fresh and Spotless Linens for your comfort.

On-demand Cook for tasty and homely lunch and dinner.

Hygienic Washrooms.

Barbeque and Bonfire

Separate serve ware for Veg & Non-Veg

Sightseeing

Table Land  -  Panchgani
Table Land, with an elevation of 4,550 ft above sea level, is the highest point in Panchgani. Credited as Asia’s second longest mountain plateau. It is surrounded by hills. Apart from shielding the destination from strong winds and heavy rains, the place also offers an aerial view of the entire town and the valleys located nearby. The place also contains several avenues of entertainment like horse riding, merry go rounds, mini trains, food stalls and a couple of games counters. Owing to is elevation, the place also offers an aerial view of the Rajpuri Caves and Devil’s Kitchen.
Mapro Farms  -  Panchgani
Mapro Farms is an 8 km long stretch that extends on the Panchgani – Mahabaleshwar Road. The farms are well-known for their strawberry plantations. At the farm, visitors can also try out strawberry shakes, fruit salads and ice creams. From the shops located within the farm, tourists can also buy squashes, lemonades and fresh fruit juices. Tasting counters of jams, sweets, crushes, syrups, squashes, mocktails, toppings and others are also located within the farm.
Sydney Point  -  Panchgani
Sydney Point is renowned for offering beautiful views of the Krishna Valley, Kamalgad Fort, Dhom Dam, and the city of Wai. This tiny hillock overlooking the lush green Krishna Valley was named after Sir Sidney Beckwarth, who was Commander in Chief and senior member of the council. Sir Sidney Beckwarth temporarily succeeded Sir John Malcolm as the Governor of Bombay in 1830. The hillock also offers beautiful views of the hill ranges of Pandavgad and Mandhardeo.
Venna Lake  -  Panchgani
Venna Lake is a popular tourist spot spread in 28 acres of area. It has an average depth of nearly 10 ft. In 1842, the ruler of Satara, Shri Appasaheb Maharaj ordered the construction of this lake. Fishing and boating are popular activities at the lake. Children can enjoy the mini train ride and games at various stalls located near the lake. The place has small stalls offering snacks and drinks to the visitors. Venna Lake is located on the Panchgani- Mahabaleshwar road near the entrance of Mahabaleshwar city.
Parsi Point  -  Panchgani
Parsi Point is known for offering beautiful views of the Dhom Dam backwaters and the lush green Krishna Valley. This popular picnic spot has derived its name from the fact that in earlier days, it was a favourite spot of the Parsi Community.
Arthur Seat  -  Mahabaleshwar
Arthur Seat offers views of the desolate deep valley Savitri on the left side and the green valley on the right side. It is famed to be the only viewpoint for offering views of the geographical differentiation of Konkan and Deccan. The viewpoint that is 1,470 m high has been named after Arthur Mallet as he was the first man to come here and build a house.
Rajpuri Caves  -  Panchgani
Rajpuri Caves hold religions significance, owing to the belief that these were used for penance and religious rituals by Lord Kartikeya. Surrounded by many water kunds (ponds), these ancient caves are also believed to have sheltered the Pandavas during their exile. Owing to the belief that the holy Ganges also flows into these kunds, devotees have a bath in these water bodies to cure all kinds of diseases and evils. Most popular attraction of the caves is a temple of ‘Lord Kartikeya, son of Lord Shiva. One of the four caves that comprise the attraction is placed separate from the others. Within this fort lies an old image of Lord Kartikeya. The other three caves are linked by means of underground tunnels. The first cave contains a kund, which constantly keeps on being filled by water flowing from the mouth of a sacred ‘Gomukh’. Main attraction of the caves is the Lord Kartikeya Temple, which is believed to have been constructed out of the sand taken from the caves.
Elphinstone Point  -  Panchgani
Elphinstone Point is a revered tourist spot located 3.2 km south west of the Arthur Seat. The point is at the peak of a cliff, which is nearly 3,000 ft above sea level. Tourists can enjoy the beautiful views of the Koyna Valley and surrounding peaks of the region. There is a steep ravine stretching from Elphinstone Point to Arthur Seat, which has risen from the Savitri River. Elphinstone Point is located on the same road, which connects Arthur Seat with Old Mahabaleshwar.
Sherbaug  -  Panchgani
Sherbaug, a naturally well designed landscape, is home to many species of birds, rabbits, turkeys and swans. Within the attraction lies a children’s park and a beautiful rose garden. For the entertainment of children, the park organises various artistic and sculptural activities. The park also organises clay pot making and sculpturing activities for children on a regular basis.
Hunter Point  -  Panchgani
Hunter Point, located a kilometre west of Connaught Peak, rises 1,290 m above sea level. From the viewpoint, visitors can enjoy beautiful views of the Koyna Valley and the surrounding Sahyadri mountain ranges. Hunter Point can be reached via Old Mahabaleshwar Road.
Mahabaleshwar Temple  -  Mahabaleshwar
Mahabaleshwar Temple is a renowned Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Mahabali or Shiva. Situated inside a five feet high stone wall, this ancient temple has a Shiva Lingam built in black stone. The Shiva Lingam is placed in the inner room or 'Garbh' of the temple. The outer room with larger capacity is meant for the devotees. The temple is located in Old Mahabaleshwar.
Wilson Point  -  Mahabaleshwar
Wilson Point, also known as the Sunrise Point, is located within a kilometre's distance from the Mahabaleshwar city centre. It is a bare rock within a plateau with three watch towers. The vast plateau contains three masonry round platforms, tallest of which reaches a height of 4,735 ft. The towers have round cemented platforms for observation. This platform is the highest point in Mahabaleshwar.
Lingmala Falls  -  Mahabaleshwar
Lingmala Falls lies on the Mahabaleshwar-Pune Road. Ideal time to visit the waterfall is from July to December. From the area around the waterfall, beautiful views of Dhobi Waterfall and Chinaman's Waterfall can be availed. The falls are ideally viewed after the rainy season when these are flooded with water, which descents nearly 500 ft from the cliff.
Dhom Dam  -  Wai
Dhom Dam is a beautiful boating spot that is located at a distance of 21 km from the town. For enjoying water activities, tourists can hire scooter boats and speed boats from near the dam. This earth fill and gravity dam on Krishna River is located near Wai. For supplying water for agriculture and industries, the dam was constructed in 1982. Construction of the dam commenced in 1976. Water of the dam also serves the industries and residential quarters located in Wai, Panchgani, Mahabaleshwar and the surrounding villages on its bank. Using water of the dam, lands of Wai, Koregaon, Satara and Javli talukas are irrigated. Approximately 20 km in length, catchments area of the Dhom Lake has been formed by damming the Krishna River. From the basement electricity house, the dam generates 4 MG of hydroelectricity.
Bombay Point  -  Mahabaleshwar
Bombay Point is one of the oldest tourist spots of Mahabaleshwar city, which is located on an old road leading to Mumbai. It is also known as Sunset Point, as it offers beautiful views of the sun setting behind mountains.
Lodwick Point  -  Mahabaleshwar
Lodwick Point, formerly called Sidney Point, is considered as one of the most beautiful tourist spots of the region. It has been named after General Peter Lodwick who was among the first European visitors of this region. A memorial pole constructed at this site is dedicated to the late General. This viewpoint offers beautiful views of the Koyna Valley, Pratapgad Fort and Elphinstone Point. Tourists can reach the place by travelling on the Lodwick Point Road.
Connaught Peak  -  Mahabaleshwar
Connaught Peak is located at a height of 1,400 m above sea level. This mountain peak is located on the Old Mahabaleshwar Road and is named after the Duke of Connaught who visited the place in 1880. Formerly called Mount Olympia, this place attracts trekkers and adventure enthusiasts. The place offers beautiful views of the Venna Lake and surrounding valleys. From the viewpoint, beautiful views of Krishna Valley, Kamalgad Fort, Torana, Pratapgad Fort and Ajinkyatara can also be seen.
Pratapgad Fort  -  Dist. Satara
Pratapgad Fort lies at a distance of 24 km from Mahabaleshwar. This famed fort that is the pride of the Maratha Empire dates from 1656. The fort complex comprises ponds, chambers and long walkways, some of which lead to trap doors. One of the most famous forts in Maratha history, it was built by the Maratha chieftain Chhatrapati Shivaji in 1656. Aim of constructing the fort was to control the rebellious rulers of the nearby Javali Basin. Having an elevation of 900 m above sea level, the fort is renowned for witnessing the historic encounter between Shivaji and the Bijapuri general Afzal Khan. At the fort, Shivaji, in spite of being attacked by tiger claws, killed Afzal Khan. Dargah of Afzal Khan and Temple of Goddess Bhavani are located in vicinity of the fort.
Dhobi Waterfall  -  Mahabaleshwar
Dhobi Waterfall, located near the Lodwick Point Road, is a popular picnic spot. Tourists can avail beautiful views of the south side of Elphinstone Point ravine from this place. The tourist spot is located on a path meant for horses or ponies. This path is used to connect The Lodwick Point and Elphinstone Point with Old Mahabaleshwar Road.
Devil's Kitchen  -  Panchgani
Devil's Kitchen is believed to have served as abode to Pandavas during a brief period of their exile. Situated to the south of table land, the place was used by them to cook their meals.
Marjorie Point  -  Mahabaleshwar
Marjorie Point is located at a peak, which offers beautiful views of the Sahyadri mountain ranges. The place has been named after its discoverers, the prominent British administrators. Tourists can visit the place en route to the Arthur Seat.
Kamalgad Fort  -  Wai
Kamalgad Fort is located at an altitude of 4,522 ft just in front of Kenjalgad. Owing to its elevation, the fort offers an aerial view of the Dhom backwaters, dense woods and the lush green vegetation below.
Morarji Castle  -  Mahabaleshwar
Morarji Castle famed for displaying the fine nuances of the old British architectural style. The castle served as Gandhiji's abode during his visit to Mahabaleshwar in 1945.
Bhilar Waterfalls  -  Panchgani
Bhilar Waterfall, only viewed during monsoons, is believed to be the source of the Kundali River. Approximately 300 to 350 ft in height, Kundali River joins the Venna River at Sangam Mahuli near Satara.
Panchganga Mandir  -  Mahabaleshwar
Panchganga Mandir is a renowned Hindu temple of this region, which attracts a lot of devotees every year. Built by Raja Singhandeo, the king of the Yadav of Devgiri, in the 13th century, the temple is located in Old Mahabaleshwar. In the 16th century, additional structures were added to the existing temple by the Maratha ruler Chhatrapati Shivaji. It is believed that the temple contains springs of five holy rivers, namely Koyna, Krishna, Venna, Savitri and Gayatri. The water stream emerges from the mouth of a cow that has been carved in stone.
Elephant's Head Point  -   Mahabaleshwar
Elephant's Head Point is the extreme end of the Lodwick Point and is connected to it by a narrow ridge that is five to six feet wide. A railing has been erected on both sides of this ridge for safety. Name of the viewpoint corroborates its resemblance with an elephant's head and trunk. From the viewpoint, beautiful views of the Koyna Valley can be availed.
Kate's Point Point  -  Mahabaleshwar
Kate’s Point provides a beautiful view of the Krishna Valley and the Dhom Dam. Located about 5 km away from Venna Lake towards Panchgani, the viewpoint has been named after Kate, daughter of Sir John Malcom, founder of Mahabaleshwar. Often referred to as Echo Point, it is known for the huge rock, which stands on the hill having an elevation of 50 m.