Beauty of Monsoon with Holiday Homes
The beauty of the location is enhanced with the monsoon rains, which is the best part of the Pune weather. It becomes perfect when the location suits as per the weather. We are the top property developers in Pune with all residential plots on eye catching locations, where essence of the weather can be enjoyed while being at an owned Bungalow plot or Villa in Pune with a hot cup of tea or coffee. Also watching the drizzle on the trees, the misty mountains etc. This season helps you to get rid of the sweltering heat of the summer and simultaneously, it also evokes your emotions in different ways.
Being the top builders in Pune it’s our duty to cater all type of choice preferences of the customer. Whether it’s the Na plots, land for sale for customers who prefer investing in plots or the luxurious bungalows/ villas for customers who love the essence of class and luxury.
Our Lifeland project property in Pune is surrounded by nearby lush green hills, picturesque hills, lakes, waterfalls, Ghats and mountains with pleasant climate. The monsoon complements the surrounding, adding on the beauty of the area.
There are number of weekend monsoon getaways in and around the bungalow plots in Pune of Planet I Group, most popular ones are-day picnic spots around Pune includes Lonavla – Khandala Hill Stations, Sinhagad Hill Fort and sacred hill temples of Parvati, 8 Ganpati temple and many more.
The natural places to visit nearby to have the essence of monsoon weather are:
Lonavla Lake is surrounded by natural scenery, about 1.6 km from the town. The lake dries up during the winter and summer months offering an expanse of green grass which is used by walkers and joggers. This place attracts tourists for its street food, including convenience food items like smoked corn on the cob, shaved ice (gola), vada pav, chaat, and hot ginger tea.
Duke’s Nose stands 12 km from Lonavla, clearly visible from the highway while driving towards Mumbai. This landmark in Khandala is visited by hikers. Also known locally as Naagphani (Cobra’s Hood), the cliff owes its name to the Duke of Wellington, whose ample nose it resembles.
Tiger’s Leap also known as Tiger’s Point is a cliff-top with a sheer drop of over 650 m, giving an extensive view. Buses are available up to INS Shivaji and the remaining distance of about 1.6 km has to be covered on foot. Legend has it that while being chased by a tiger once, the Maratha King Shivaji jumped into a ditch on the hill and the tiger leaped off it into the valley giving it the name of tiger’s leap.
Just around tiger’s leap, there is a small waterfall active only during the monsoon. It serves the purpose of relaxing in the water better than Bushy dam, as the force of the fall is higher. Also, after the brief steep descent, the fall becomes a stream with a fair amount of force to go all the way down to the base of the Tiger’s Leap. Adventurers can trek down the stream whilst intermittently stepping back on land where the water current is too strong and the fall is steep.
Karla caves, located near Lonavla, is a complex of cave shrines built by Buddhist monks around 3rd to 2nd century B.C. A temple of Goddess Ekvira Devi is also present here.
A robust climb of about 11.2 km from Malavali Railway Station takes you to the ‘Iron Fort’, once a formidable battle-station of Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj. The fort commands a view of the surrounding hills and hamlets.
Adjacent to the Lohagad fort lies the visapur fort which is part of the Lohagad-Visapur fortification. Visapur Fort is larger and at a higher elevation than its twin- Lohagad. It was built during 1713-1720 CE by Balaji Vishwanath.
A waterfall near the dam is located between Lonavla and I.N.S. Shivaji. Buses running on the I.N.S. Shivaji Road stop here.
Narayani Dham is a temple constructed in 2002 in honour of the Hindu Goddess Narayani . It is at a distance of 2 km from the Lonavla Railway Station. The temple has idols of Durga Mata, Salasar Balaji (Hanuman) and Ganpati housed in a marble structure.
This lake and Dam comes to life during the Monsoon season, where some people climb the mountain top to the Dam. This dam was built during the British era and features a serene surrounding of trees and hillocks.
Another viewpoint in the town of Khandala (Bazaar peth), provides views of the Rajmachi Fort and the valley. Also the home for the St. Mary’s villa.
Monsoon gives home buyers astute reasons to buy home. As being the real estate developers, At Planet i Group we build Luxury Bungalows and Villas that are aesthetically designed for monsoon with premium construction quality so that you can enjoy your hot cup of coffee or tea in this rainy season worry free.