Echo Point, Mahabaleshwar

Echo Point, Mahabaleshwar - Address, Phone Number

Address: Duchess road, Mahabaleshwar, Satara

Phone: +91-1800229930

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Time Required: 00:30 Mins

Timings: 24-hrs Details

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About Echo Point, Mahabaleshwar

Named after the lovely daughter Kate of Sir James Malcolm, an authority of the British raj, this point is also known as Echo point. The geographic location and structure of the hills results into a total reflection of sound resulting into an extremely clear echo.

Get to the cliff of this 1290 heighted hilltop and speak your heart out. The reverberations are incredible and you will then know why the daughter Kate loved spending her day at this point.

The point also offers spectacular view of the Krishna valley and the Dhom dam. The peaks of Kamalgarh and Pavangarh are also visible from this point.

Echo Point Information

  • Carry your camera if you enjoy photography, this place has lot in store.
  • Do not go overboard in your excitement and peep or walk down the cliffs.

How To reach Echo Point by Public Transport

  • Local sightseeing bus, private tourist’s bus, rented taxi or private cars.

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Echo Point, Mahabaleshwar Reviews - Write a Review

  • You get a fantastic view of Balakwadi Dam. Located very close to Kate's and Elephant Point.

  • Nice place but adviced to go over week days. Else be ready for a tremendous croud. Good greenery, can keep this as last pont for the mahableswar trip. Post this can go to panchgani directly.

  • Beautiful point with pan view. No words... Must visit for couples and people on outing.

  • This point has a nice view. There is also a rock that looks like an elephant head.

  • Situated just next to Kate's point. Wonderful scenic beauty.

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