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About Lions Point, Lonavala

A little hike or a winding journey by taxi will take you to a cliff top which is known as the Tiger’s leap or the Tiger’s point or Lion’s Point. Offering breath-taking views of the Sahyadri mountain ranges, the Tiger’s point is a delight to eyes. There are tea stalls and little snacks selling hot corn brushed with spices and lime which make up as the best snack in the cold weather. On the way to the Tiger’s point, there is also a mountain housing Shivalinga which also offers splendid view of the Western Ghats. During monsoons, there is a small waterfall where you can splash and relax.

Lions Point Information

  • Wear comfortable shoes.
  • Carry rain gear or an umbrella.

Lions Point Opening and Closing Hours

  • Best visited during the day time.

How To Get To Lions Point by Public Transport

  • Rented bikes
  • Taxis
  • Local bus
  • On foot

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Address: Lonavla - Aamby Valley Road, Dattawadi Road, Lonavla, Maharashtra 410401

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Time Required: 01:00 Hrs

Timings: 24-hrs Details

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  • mesmerizing view!!! I had been this place 3-4 times so I know in monsoon, you can’t even see your hand due to cloud surrounding you and on a sunny day, you can see expressway. The review is based on all experience. In Monsoon, we enjoyed the fog or we feel that we are in heaven. The fog becomes so dense that u cannot see another person at the distance of 5 feet Really, nature at this place during raining or rainy days is mesmerizing. the tea by local ones is really tasty. driving in cool wind and dense Plantation to reach lions point gives new energy. The place will you spellbound but driving can be dangerous at turns as one cannot see in the fog But at the end, worth a trip.

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  • This is a good spot to see the waterfalls from the few streams which convert to seasonal waterfalls in monsoon. The view is awesome in monsoon. Please do not expect the same view in other months. There is greenery all around, the climate is cool and, also, expect some fog. You might have to wait for the fog to clear to see the majestic drops and waterfalls. Walk along the railings to see the valleys from different angles. Once you are done walking , settle down in one place and enjoy the pakoras and hot tea. There are camels here, so, one can enjoy a camel ride, too

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  • Good place in monsoon season or during rainy season. In October, it was too hot and sunny to enjoy properly. Lots of small shacks for Maggie or tea or cold drink. Camel ride for kids Ample parking space in off season View is good but during rainy season it is all foggy n not visible with a cool breeze. A dilapidated metal railing is there for some safety but better take care yourself.

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  • Best place to go in foggy winter days. It makes u feel like you are in high mountain areas like shimla. Considering the fog, u might be careful in driving. Not recommendable for amateur drivers due to dense fog conditions and visibility less than 20 metres. But, scenarios are very good and green coverage of hills is enticing. One might be disappointed if u go in non winter seasons.

  • Beautiful view and stunning landscape. But completely littered as many other tourist spots in Lonavala with plastic food wraps, plates and cups by local street food vendors and tourists. Please let's take care of these beautiful places in our country for the future. Let's make sure to throw all waste when traveling inside the dustbin or carry a disposable trash bag and throw it away later where a dustbin is available.

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