|Per Night Tariff (1 Night(s)) In (INR) |
Valid From 01-Sep-2018 To 29-December-2018 [Except Long Weekend / Public Holidays]
|Room Type||Occupancy||Meal Plan||Weekday/ |
|Executive Double Room (AC)||2||Breakfast||Mon to Thu||---||9500||2500||1500||28%|
|Deluxe Double Room (AC)||2||Breakfast||Sun to Thu||---||10500||2500||1500||28%|
|Executive Double Room (AC)||2||Breakfast||Fri to Sun||---||10500||2500||1500||28%|
|Deluxe Double Room (AC)||2||Breakfast||Fri to Sun||---||11500||2500||1500||28%|
|Per Night Tariff (1 Night(s)) In (INR) |
Valid From 02-Nov-2018 To 17-Nov-2018
|Executive Double Room (AC)||2||Breakfast||All||---||13000||3500||3000||28%|
|Deluxe Double Room (AC)||2||Breakfast||All||---||14000||3500||3000||28%|
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Welcome To Evershine Resort - Mahabaleshwar
Evershine, a Keys Resort Mahabaleshwar is a modern redefines luxury for visitors to the mountain-clasped locale. Here every room comes with a breathtaking view of the surrounding mountains and valley. The resort brings real value quality living away from the hectic lifestyle and maddening metro din, so required on weekend getaways that rejuvenate and revitalize.
Set amidst the scenic, strawberry-covered valleys and lush flora, Evershine, a Keys Resort Mahabaleshwar, gives you more reasons than strawberries and cream to fall in love with the hill-station. The delectable multi-cuisine experience, in-room amenities and facilities, swimming pool, gymnasium, business center and 24-hour room service pamper you and leave you rejuvenated amidst the lush green expanse of scenic beauty amidst the Sahayadris.
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Mobile No.: +91 9833 12 9272
Evershine Keys Prima Resort
C.T.S No 182, Gautam Road,
Nestled among the Sahyadri Mountain ranges, there are numerous enchanting places in the quiet mystical Mahabaleshwar. Once, a summer capital of Bombay during the British Raj, the city has British influence of in its architecture. It is a very popular hill station that offers a plethora of tourist activities and attractions to avid travelers and nature lovers.
Venna Lake – The most popular place to visit in Mahabaleshwar: -
Venna Lake, the most popular among the tourist places in Mahabaleshwar, is a bustling tourist spot. The lake is surrounded by trees on all side, and offers boat riding option as well. It’s open till late in the evening so that you can soak in the breathtaking lush greenery during the day, and lounge by the lake side towards the evening.
Mapro Garden – The delightful strawberry garden: -
Very popular with tourists, Mapro Garden is a garden park close to Mahabaleshwar. The heaven is abundant with strawberry plantation and hosts the annual Strawberry Festival with great enthusiasm. Jams, preserves, marmalade, toppings, syrups and squashes – all sort of strawberry delights are manufactured and sold here. You can try some wonderful fruit salads, strawberry shakes, and ice creams, prepared from fresh strawberries, just plucked from the garden.
Pratapgad – The forgotten stories of war and courts retold:-
Pratapgad Fort is on number three. The fabulous fort is rich in historical significance and unmatchable views. Placed strategically on a hill-top, the fort was originally built by Maratha rulers in 1665. Having seen one of the most fierce battles in the history – the battle of Pratapgad, the fort is in ruins. But its surrounding beauty and heritage value lures people till date.
Lingamala Falls – A quiet spot with the majestic falls: -
The Lingamala falls are a nature lover’s delight. You have to walk through the forest and follow a trudged trail to reach it. The falls are located amidst natural beauty, at a great spot for photography and picnic with friends and family. The best time to visit Lingam Falls is between July and December. During these months, Lingamala Falls become the most visited spot among the best places to visit in Mahabaleshwar. Post monsoon the waterfall is much higher, more beautiful, yet more dangerous.
Elephant’s Head Point – The famous needle point: -
Elephant’s Head point, as the name suggest, is a piece of mountain which uncannily resembles the shape of an elephant’s head. It is also popular as the needle point. Quite a popular place to visit in Mahabaleshwar, it’s an ideal spot for picnic in fresh air, with abundant sun and scenic beauty surrounding the hill-top. It is a cool and calm place with amazing views from the top.
Mini Kashmir or Tapola – A hamlet for extraordinary sightseeing in Mahabaleshwar:-
Mini Kashmir or Tapola is a rustic hamlet with a beautiful lake adorning it, called the Shivsagar Lake. It is known for its adventurous jungle treks and pastoral beauty. You can enjoy a relaxing boat ride in the quiet waters of the lake and revel in the tranquility the place brings with all its beauty. The abundant flora of the place ensures its place among the best places to visit in Mahabaleshwar.
Parsi Point – A place favored by Parsi community for its awe-inspiring beauty: -
The place has been named after the Parsi community since it was a favored tourist spot among them for its unearthly beauty and dazzling landscape. You get a nice valley view of the Krishna river valley from here. Telescopes are also available for a closer view of the valley. An ideal picnic spot, the Parsi Point is perfect to hang out with family and friends. The breathtaking views of the sunrise and sunset are awe-inspiring.
Babington Point – Nirvana for wildlife and nature lovers: -
Located at a height of 1294 m above sea level, Babington point is a place which is frequented by nature lovers and wildlife enthusiasts. Perfect for tranquility seekers, its curvy and meandering pathway lure many tourists to visit and photograph the intriguing variety of birds, plants and trees. The point overall gives you a sense of peace and solitude. A visit in monsoons ensures company of misty clouds, making the place even more dreamy and romantic. The ultimate heavenly peace and beauty of this place ensure its place in our list of best places to visit in Mahabaleshwar.
Bhushan Mahamuni – A must visit religious place to visit in Mahabaleshwar: -
One of the most significant places to visit in Mahabaleshwar for the religious souls, Bhushan Mahamuni is located towards the north of the city. Also known as Shree Kshetra Mahabaleshwar, the temple is a holy place dedicated to Lord Shiva. It is the base to ‘Swayambhu’ Shivalinga with many water streams, and the meeting place of five significant water reservoirs – Krishna, Koyna, Venna, Gayatri and Savitri.
Lodwick Point – A beautiful haven with stunning views :-
Earlier known as Sydney point, Lodwick Point was renamed to honor General Lodwick, the first British officer to climb the hill. A 25 feet high pole is also stationed there in his remembrance. The great panoramic views and amazing spots for gazing into the stunning valley, the place is undoubtedly a famous tourist place in Mahabaleshwar. Lord Mahabaleshwar Temple – A shrine remnant of Lord Shiva: - Lord Mahabaleshwar Temple, situated in old city, is a very old temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. It was built by the Chanda Rao More dynasty in the 16th century. The sanctum is a huge draw to people due to its huge and divine Shivalinga and the holy pond.
Connaught Peak – A popular picnic spot in Mahabaleshwar: -
Initially known as Mount Olympia, Connaught Peak was renamed after the Duke of Connaught. It offers dazzling views of Venna Lake and Krishna Valley from its prime height of 1,400 meters above sea-level. Unparalleled views of Panchgani, Pasarani and Pratapgad can also be enjoyed from the tip.
Table Land – The second highest mountain plateau in Asia: -
Table Land in Mahabaleshwar is the second highest mountain plateau in Asia after the Tibetan plateau. It is at an altitude of 4,550 ft above sea level and covers 95 acres of beautifully carpeted grass. It’s a large expanse of laterite rock and vegetation, with some spacious caves visible on the top. The best time to visit is during August and September when the grass greenest and the beauty at its prime.
Rajapuri Caves – A popular historical site:-
Situated about 10 km from the town, the four Rajapuri Caves are surrounded by large kunds. In one of the caves, there is a Lord Karthikeya temple, and a Goddess Ghatjal Devi temple in another. The remaining three caves are linked by underground tunnels, believed to have served as shelter for Pandavas during their exile.
Panchgani – A gorgeous hill station: -
Panchgani is a beautiful scenic hill station in Maharashtra, so close to Mahabaleshwar that it is considered to be in Mahabaleshwar. Nestled amongst the five hills of Sahyadri Mountain ranges, the place has hypnotizing beauty to its credit. Krishna River flows nearby which adds to the overall charm of the place with its gentle whisperings. It is famous for its scenic beauty and strawberry farms. A lot of tourists visit each year because of the amazing weather and unmatched beauty of Panchgani.