Venna lake is one of the most popular tourist attractions in mahabaleshwar & is located on Mahabaleshwar-Panchgani Road. Venna Lake is just 500 meters far from Meera vatika. The lake was constructed by Raja of Satara, Shri Appasaheb Maharj in 1842. It's a very ideal place to spend your evening.
The Venna Lake is situated around 2 km from the ST bus stand. Tourists can enjoy activities like fishing, boating and horse riding.
Lingmala Waterfall is one of the best locations to be visited in Mahabaleshwar after rainy season. It is 2.5 Km far from Meera Vatika. You can spend a good time with your friends and family .
The Elephant's Head Point is one of the best points to be visited in Mahabaleshwar. The cliffs which overhang resemble an elephant's head and trunk. Thus the point got its name as the Elephant's Head Point.
The Elephant's Head Point is beyond the Lodwick Point. The Elephant's Head Point is the extreme end of the mountain range.
Echo point is also known as Kate's Point. Sir john malcom named this point in the name of her beautiful daughter. Her name was Kate. The Kate's Point is around 1280 mts high. The specialty of this place is, when you shout loudly it echoes. You can here enjoy beautiful view of Krishna Valley and Dhom Dam.
Named after Sir Leslie Wilson, the Governor of Bombay from 1923–26, Wilson Point is the highest point in Mahabaleshwar at 1439 m. Known as Sindola Hill during the colonial rule, Wilson point is the only location in Mahabaleshwar where both sunrise and sunset can be seen. It offers a spectacular glance of Mahabaleshwar in all directions.
Pratapgad Fort is located at satara district built by Maratha king Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj. The fort is 22 km far from the hill station of Mahabaleshwar. Best time to visit Pratapgad Fort is from October to June.