Chinaman’s fall There are quite a few waterfalls located at a very small expanse from Mahabaleshwar. Positioned 2.5 km away from Mahabaleshwar, is the Chinaman’s Waterfall. Name has been derived from some Chinese offenders who were engaged there for cultivation and farming, it is a marvelous spectacle to observe the waterfalls, falling from an enormous height. Located at the peak of Venna Valley, it can be arrived at on the route to Carviali Road. It is at its unsurpassed for the duration of the monsoon season.
Dhobi Waterfalls is positioned about 3 km away from Mahabaleshwar town on the way connecting Petit Road and old Mahabaleshwar. The water tumbles down in the valley and come together into Koyna River in Mahabaleshwar.
Lingamala Waterfalls is a gorgeous waterfall positioned at the crest of Venna Valley, 6 km from Mahabaleshwar. Cascade from a height of 600 ft from the overhang, it is also at its best for the period of the monsoon season.
Panchaganga Temple Furthermore known as Krishna bai it has five streams Krishna, Venna, Koyna, Savitri and Gayatri. The 13th century King Singhan made a little tank at the source of Krishna. The self formed linga in the temple reminds one of a portion of volcanic lava.
Mahabaleshwar Temple Devoted to Lord Shiva, the temple is enclosed with a 5 feet lofty stone wall. The temple is engraved into two portions, the internal room known as the chamber of God and the external room called as the Central hall. One of the landmarks of Mahabaleshwar, the temple Shivalingam is finished of black stone.
Connaught Peak Mahabaleshwar Situated about 7 km from the chief market, Connaught peak is the peak in Maha baleshwar. Previously known as Olympia it is positioned at an elevation of 1400 mt. Named after the Duke of Connaught, it proffers its guests a spectacular observation of Vena Lake and Krishna Valley. One can as well observe the Kamalgadh, Rajgadh and Torana in the North, Panchgani and Pasarani Ghat in the east, Ajinkyatara in the south, Pratapgad in the west and Elphinston Point along with Old Maha baleshwar at North West. The sunset and sunrise at this point is invigorating.