Dubare Elephant Camp

Address: Dubare, Mahabaleshwar, Maharashtra, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Dubare, Mahabaleshwar, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Rock Sound, and Tarpum Bay.
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Travel Blogs from Mahabaleshwar


A travel blog entry by pamdoyle on Nov 08, 2014

1 comment, 42 photos

... 150 km2 (58 sq mi), bound by valleys on all sides. It reaches a height of 1,439 m (4,721 ft) at its highest peak above sea level, known as Wilson/Sunrise Point.Mahabaleshwar comprises three villages: Malcolm PethOld "Kshetra" Mahabaleshwar and part of the Shindola village.Mahabaleshwar is the source of the Krishna River that flows across Maharashtra, ...

Horn OK Please

A travel blog entry by indigoite on Feb 13, 2014

14 comments, 2 photos

... on the left of the road). Both lanes are now blocked for the next 46 kms which is the distance it takes for the
0.000000000001 kmph difference in speed to finally show its impact. Meanwhile all of us behind have got a ringside view of this dance of the dinosaurs.

We’re left staring the truck’s delectable backside sporting “Horn OK Please”. Honk. Honk !


Visit Panchgani for Mala's.

A travel blog entry by kaustubh9 on Nov 04, 2013

12 photos

... heading straight for the destination. The drive was really nice, considering most of it was on Mumbai-Pune expressway, its not a surprise. The going was slow once the uphill climd for Panchgani started. The diwlai holidays had attracted many tourists, which made the going a bit slow.But all in all, a good drive. we reached Mala's around 130pm, just in time for our lunch.

The Stay

Just 5-10 mins drive from ...

Kaas- Nature at her very best

A travel blog entry by pbetrabet on Sep 20, 2013

28 photos

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If you want to avoid the crowd you must visit during the week as during the week-end it gets choc-a-block and you wont be able to enjoy the beauty thanks to the overwhelming number of tourists. I wish we as a country would learn to respect and protect nature.

It was disheartening to see tourists littering this ecologically sensitive region, plucking flowers (an absolute No-No) and even stomping all ...

Bye Bye Mumbai

A travel blog entry by rosanaghhall on Aug 29, 2013

... screeching brakes that added an element of surprise to our wild animal spotting- spotting which took place inside two huge metal cages which we were driven around until we found the animals, when we stopped for photos and then drove off again. The whole thing took about 20 minutes and the animals were in such an emaciated state that we decided to give the rest of the park a miss and instead went to another one of the many westernised shopping ...

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