Tungarli Lake, LonavalaCurrently Open
- Address: Near Tungarli Village | Near Rajmachi, Lonavla, India, Lonavala
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
- Tags: Camp, View Point, Family And Kids, Lake, Picnic Spot, Nature
About Tungarli Lake, Lonavala
A beautiful water body with a dam-site dating back to 1930, Tungarli Lake is a great place to plan a little picnic from Lonavla. Offering beautiful view of the Sahyadri Mountain ranges, Tungarli Lake sums up as a great place to be in the lap of nature.
There are also a few tour companies offering tents and campsites around the lake, but they need to be booked in advance.
Tungarli Lake Information
- Pack a picnic basket.
Tungarli Lake Opening and Closing Hours
- Open 24 hours.
- Most visited during day time.
How To reach Tungarli Lake by Public Transport
- Car, Taxi
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Tungarli Lake, Lonavala Reviews
A nice place to visit..had been in this place in the month of Feb..though it was hot, there was a cool breeze which was refreshing. It can be called as a photographer's paradise but the sad part is that the place is littered with beer bottles broken and cigarette packets dumped just near the water..you have to be very careful while walking..ideal place for a day picnic but need to carry your own food and water as there are no shops nearby for the same..not advisable to go into the water as it is very deep and you might come across locals who will warn you if they see you entering into the lake..very very calm a if you are ready to ignore all the broken pieces of bottles and cigarette packets littered, this is one of the best places to visit in Lonavala..cheers✌️
Awesome place to visit...Very cool and calm...But be careful of the broken glass bottles.
It's the oldest lake in lonavala. It was near to our hotel lions den. It was built since British rule and it provides water to nearby villages as well.
nice place to visit. don't try to swim it is too deep.
A beautiful place for camping.. Had been there thrice..