Highland Resort

Address: Mumbai-Pune Road, Lonavla, Maharashtra, 410401, India | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Mumbai-Pune Road, Lonavla, is near Karla Caves and Lohgarh Fort.
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    Travel Blogs from Lonavla

    Village Surprise

    A travel blog entry by cbctrips on Feb 04, 2015

    30 photos

    ... we have seen in India; a brand new school, and many other nice buildings. It was like an oasis. We think some of the folks in the village had money, and that helped to build such a nice school and the other nice buildings. The staff of the school were very proud of their building. It was humbling to be there, they were very appreciative.

    However, when we first arrived at the school, nobody ...

    Day at the Orphanage

    A travel blog entry by cbctrips on Jul 20, 2010

    3 comments, 11 photos

    ... and play with them. The boys particularly loved rough-housing and thumb wrestling with Kris and Bob. They showed off their "smarts" to Carol by reciting their numbers to 100, and the alphabet in English. Many of them knew enough english to have short conversations with us. It was all such a fantastic time!

    Now we are back in Mumbai,and it is hard to believe that tomorrow is our last day here! ...

    Day 17

    A travel blog entry by tdye on Jul 18, 2010

    29 photos

    Today was our first ‘free’ day and, of course, we didn’t want to miss anything. We chartered a bus to take us out of town to the Karla Caves in the Deccan. As we entered the town of Khandala, it was apparent that something was going on -- we were very lucky and made the trip on the patron saint’s festival day. It was incredible: people, food, flowers, music, pilgrimage, more people. The town ...

    Matheran - Floral Paradise

    A travel blog entry by indianature on Nov 06, 2008

    1 comment, 303 photos

    ... the large blue Tirumala Limniace. At that time of the evening, it is unusual for butterflies to be so active and we lingered awhile to enjoy the uncommon spectacle. Onward to Hart Point and Monkey Point via a steep, tortuous pathway full of large stones, worse than walking in a dry river bed. Thunder and lightning rent the sky. Not again! Hastily rushing through the dense, dark forest, we were ...

    Matheran Hill Railway

    A travel blog entry by indianature on Nov 05, 2008

    ... forest that grew on the steep shelves between the rock faces. On one such shelf, where one could look over the edge and count several sweeps of the track, the train paused at its second crossing loop - Waterpipe. A couple of hairpin bends later it came out on a narrow sidling on the lip of a cliff that fell vertical for several hundred feet, with more views of narrow gauge rails doubling back and up way below and of a long broad gauge train crawling through Neral station, but with ...

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