Bhushi Lake, Khandala
Categories: Bodies of Water, Nature & Parks
Take a refreshing trip to Bhushi Lake, nestled among verdant surroundings. Originally created when the river was dammed to provide water for steam engines on the Great Indian Peninsular Railway, come monsoon season, the swelling waters draw locals and tourists alike for a cooling swim. Consider bringing a picnic along to enjoy on the green banks of the lake, or simply peruse some of the nearby shops and stop in one of the small restaurants to refuel. Plan your Bhushi Lake visit and explore what else you can see and do in Lonavala using our Lonavala itinerary builder.
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There was a lot of hype about visiting this dam on our way to Aamby valley in the Lonavala mountains, 120 km from Mumbai. We were very disappointed as this place is very smelly, dirty and there are ha... read more »
Ambience and atmosphere is very good. Place is generally crowded but you can enjoy a lot here. But be careful with the rocks throughout the way to reach this dam. They are very slippery.
If you are not traveling by car than the cheapest way to reach this place from Lonavala is by ST buses from bus stand, Lonavala. This is not worth the name "dam" actually it is a small lake, when it o... read more »
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