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Wilson Point (Sunrise Point), Mahabaleshwar

Categories: Lookouts, Tourist Spots
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4/5 based on 130+ reviews on the web
Stand on the point from which you can see the amazing views of sunrise and mountainous scenery at Wilson Point (Sunrise Point). Access the point via a road which winds through the woods, providing for a pleasant, gentle hike with shelter from the sunrays, but could also be reached by a vehicle. The point is abundant with flat areas suitable for picnics and relaxing activities so bring a mat and enjoy the sight. Look up the time of the sunrise upfront in the internet or newspapers before coming. Also bring your camera to capture the beauty in the photographs. Add Wilson Point (Sunrise Point) and other attractions to your Mahabaleshwar trip itinerary using our Mahabaleshwar travel itinerary planner.
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  • We decided to visit the place on a weekday in spite of some haze. There are two approaches and I would suggest taking Google maps. The entry road is a strict one lane road and is in the worst conditio...  read more »
  • Highest point of Mahabaleshwar. An all round view of all major points can be seen from here. Table top with scattered rocks make it a unique point. After rainy season a all-round view of lush greenery...  read more »
  • This is the highest point in Mahabaleshwar and is named after Sir Leslie Wilson, erstwhile Governor of Bombay. Also known as Sindola Hill, Wilson Point is the only location in Mahabaleshwar where both...  read more »
  • Worth visiting place... when you are in Mahabaleshwar... Especially the sunrise.... marvellous experience....
  • Nice view, cold breeze even in summer and best for the person who are in search of silence and peace of mind
  • Watched sunrise here. It was good experience. And we had nice campfire too.
  • 1. Sunrise point. 2. Vehicles can reach till the spot. 3. Usually 6.30am is the time.
  • Too narrow road do not go with four wheeler
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