tiger’s point


Lonavala’s close proximity to the cities of Pune and Mumbai makes it a popular destination for one day tour. The beauty of the town is heightened during monsoons.

Why is Tiger Point famous?

The point derives its name from its resemblance to the shape of a leaping tiger. It offers spectacular views of forests, lush greenery, waterfalls and lakes around. The sunrise and sunset views from here are mesmerizing. There is a small waterfall near to this viewpoint, which flows during the monsoon months only.

What is Tiger Point?

Tiger’s Point or Tiger’s Leap is a prominent tourist attraction in Lonavala and offers splendid views of the valley. If you look closely, you can see an impression of a tiger trying to leap across the valley, which is why the vantage point has earned its name.

What is the best time to visit Tiger Point Lonavala?

The best time to visit is the monsoon when you can view many small waterfalls in the hills. You can enjoy the best in June to September. The best time of the day to visit tiger point is later afternoon, before sunset. It is an amazing place to spend time during winters and monsoons.

Is tiger and Lion Point same?

A bit confused as the guy selling corn cobs said Lions Point is Tiger Point. The car park is bad – simply full of stones, small pieces of rocks and ‘precious stones’ ( Yes – ‘precious stones’ which need to be picked up by the Swachh Bharat brigade.

How do I spend a day in Lonavala?

Lonavala Places To Visit in One Day

Pawna Lake, Rajmachi Fort & Kondane Caves, Duke’s Nose, Canyon Valley, Lohagad Fort, Visapur Fort, Bhushi Dam, Lonavala Lake, Imagica Adlabs, Celebrity Wax Museum, Rajmachi Fort, Aamby Valley, Amrutanjan Point, Karla Caves, Bhimashankar Trail and many more tourist attractions.

What is Lonavala special?

Often called the ‘Jewel of Sahyadri’ and the ‘City of Caves’, this hill station boasts of a spectacular setting that includes lush green valleys, stunning waterfalls, serene lakes and remarkable caves. The myriad places to visit in Lonavala include historical sites, natural wonders, religious attractions, etc.

Why is tiger reservation important?

It is a top predator which is at the apex of the food chain and keeps the population of wild ungulates in check, thereby maintaining the balance between herbivores and the vegetation upon which they feed. Therefore, the presence of tigers in the forest is an indicator of the well being of the ecosystem.

Which place is best for tiger bleeding in India?

Best places to spot tigers in India
Bandhavgarh National Park: Greatest chance of spotting a tiger. .
Ranthambore National Park: Best for scenic tiger photos. .
Kanha National Park: Mowgli’s stomping ground. .
Jim Corbett National Park: Best for vistas. .
Satpura National Park: Best for an adventure.

Why is it called Tiger Hill?

The name comes from the tigers that roamed during the days of the British. Prompting the British to name it Tiger Hill.


This 2 days trip to Lonavala will help you escape your monotonous life and dive into a peaceful, yet fun, journey. A drive on the Mumbai-Pune expressway to Lonavala, is a completely rejuvenating experience, one which will also let you enjoy some beautiful views of the Western Ghats.

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