Mumbai To Mahabaleshwar

Cab Services

263 km

via NH 48

via NH 48

Road Condition

Mumbai

Mumbai is a highly populated city and this goes to show how many people want to come and settle down here. It’s known as the city of dreams and houses one of the largest film industries – Bollywood. While most of the people who come to Mumbai dream to establish a career in Bollywood or Indian television, the career options here are not limited to those industries alone. Mumbai is the financial capital of India and is a strong city for major industries. However, this city is not just about work, there are tons of fun things that you can do here. If you are taking a holiday to Mumbai then you must book yourself Meru cabs for the best travel experiences. You will be surprised to see the number of things that you can check out and do here. If you love animals then book a Meru and travel ahead to Jijamata Udyaan as it is worth it. You can check out the penguins here and see them have a good time. You can also visit the Sanjay Gandhi National Park very easily with Meru Cabs, where you can check out some amazing wildlife including Leopards, Tigers and more. If you’re planning to take a trip to Mumbai then you may want to consider checking out Mahabaleshwar which is 5hr 36 min(263.2 km) from Mumbai on NH-48 which is well connected with Meru Cabs services. This beautiful hill station will be a refreshing break from the busy city life in Mumbai. Mumbai is surrounded by quite a few getaway spots that you can visit over the weekend or an extended holiday. However, hill stations are the most popular choice and when it comes to picking a hill station that is in high demand these days Mahabaleshwar comes to mind.

Mahabaleshwar

Mahabaleshwar is a beautiful hill station that is nestled in the western ghats of Maharashtra. Book Mumbai to Mahabaleshwar Cabs with Meru and enjoy luxury, premium cars at affordable prices. Book your ride with Meru Cab for a relaxing and hassle-free journey with our on-time service. This is a great place to come and relax for a few days and get away from busy city life. If you are planning to visit Mahabaleshwar then a smart thing to do would be to book a cab so you can cover up more places to see and make the most out of your trip here. One of the best places to visit when in Mahabaleshwar is the Mapro farms. You can check out the strawberry farms, go strawberry picking and even buy some products from their shop. There are some amazing food items that you can eat in Mahabaleshwar, but the one thing that you should try is the strawberries and cream which is a popular dish here. You can also visit the Venna lake and Lingmala waterfall. Book a ride with Meru to reach Mahabaleshwar from Mumbai. Booking yourself with Meru is the best thing you can do because it will make your trip more convenient as you enjoy even when you have limited time in hand. Taking a road trip with Meru from Mumbai to Mahabaleshwar is surely worth it because there’s a lot that you can do here and this leaves you feeling refreshed and rejuvenated. If you’re looking for a relaxing Mahabaleshwar package from Mumbai combined with the best weather conditions and amazing food options then book a one-way cab and hop on to Mahabaleshwar today.

Places to see on route

Lonavala

Lonavala is a hill station surrounded by green valleys in western India near Mumbai.The place has some of the ancient caves of India that attracts a lot of tourists.The Karla Caves and the Bhaja Caves are ancient Buddhist shrines carved out of the rock. They feature massive pillars and intricate relief sculptures. South of the Bhaja Caves sits the imposing Lohagad Fort, with its 4 gates. West of here is Bhushi Dam, where water overflows onto a set of steps during rainy season.Lonavala is just 64 kilometers away from Pune city and 103 kms from mumbai airport and can be reached easily via Meru cabs.Its breathtaking beauties can be really exciting and cool for the travelers who want a break from their daily hectic schedule. It is situated on the Western Ghat hills and popular for hiking, trekking, and other air-sports.

Khandala

Khandala is a hill station in the Western Ghat mountains of Maharashtra. It’s home to vantage spots including Sunset Point and Rajmachi Point, with views of Rajmachi Fort. Kune Falls is a 3-tiered waterfall set in a dramatic valley. Khandala offers charming natural attractiveness, refreshing climate, shiny valets, calm water of appealing lakes and long stretched grass fields along with the cascades. Located between the valley and the hills it offers tranquility to its travelers.Khandala is about 89 kms from the Mumbai airport.It is recommended to visit this refreshing place in the monsoon as the beauty increases ten times during monsoons.

Pune (mumbai to mahabaleshwar)

Pune is a sprawling city in the western Indian state of Maharashtra. It was once the base of the Peshwas (prime ministers) of the Maratha Empire, which lasted from 1674 to 1818. It’s known for the grand Aga Khan Palace, built in 1892 and now a memorial to Mahatma Gandhi, whose ashes are preserved in the garden. The 8th-century Pataleshwar Cave Temple is dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva.If you want to save time and money it is best to travel Pune by booking a cab from Meru. It is worth choosing Meru cabs as Meru cab services provide cabs at cheap and affordable prices and the journey becomes flexible and relaxing.

Wai Temple

Wai is a town in Satara district of Maharashtra state in India. Located on the Krishna River, Wai was a prominent town during the Peshwa era. Two important Maratha Brahmin from ruling families had their origins here: Rani Lakshmibai of Jhansi (Tambe family) and Gopikabai, wife of Nanasaheb Peshwa (Raste family).Locally prominent families such as the Raste, Ranade, Phadnavis etc. built several architecturally significant temples in Wai. 400 years old Mandhradevi Kalubai temple is about 12 kilometers from Wai on a hill 4,650 feet above sea level.Peaceful Hindu temple on the banks of the Krishna River known for its towering Ganesha statue.About 250 kms from Mumbai Airport, this mesmerizing place is easy to reach with Meru cabs.

PLACES TO SEE IN MAHABALESHWAR

Mapro Garden

Mapro Gardens is a garden park in the hill station of Panchgani, Maharashtra, India, situated close to Mahabaleshwar. It is known for its strawberry produce, and a popular tourist destination. It is located in village of Gureghar and developed and maintained by Mapro – a food processing company. With greenery all around, one will find a chocolate factory, a restaurant, a small nursery, children’s play area and retail outlet selling Mapro products. The café serves scrumptious food made out of organic ingredients. They have a repertoire of delicacies to select from, including sandwiches and pizzas. Their specialty is the strawberry with whipped cream served with a smack of deliciousness.

Mahabaleshwar Temple

Known across the globe for its brilliant architecture and awe-inspiring majesty, Mahabaleshwar Temple is located on the outskirts of the Mahabaleshwar city.The Temple has a very serene and spiritual environment that attracts thousand of devotees around the year to witness the calm and peaceful aura.The main attraction of the Mahabaleshwar temple is the 6 feet long Shiva lingam, which depicts the stone incarnation of Lord Shiva. You will also find many belongings of Lord Shiva in the complex of the temple starting from his bed to his damru and from his sacred bull to his bodyguard Kalbhairav. You can take a Mumbai to Mahabaleshwar Meru cab to reach this temple in almost 4-5 hours.

Panchganga Temple

Panch Ganga Temple is a holy site situated near Mahabaleshwar Temple at Old Mahabaleshwar in Satara district of Maharashtra.The Panchganga Temple is constructed at the confluence of five rivers, Krishna, Veena, Savitri, Koyna and Gayatri.All the rivers come out from the mouth of a statue of a cow in this temple, thus the place being called Panchganga Mandir.The temple is dedicated to Lord Krishna and has a beautiful idol of him. The legend behind the temple is closely linked to Savitri’s curse on the Trimurtis, Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva, who flow here as Koyna, Krishna and Venna rivers. It is a major religious site and is thronged by devotees throughout the year.

Krishna Bai Temple

At a distance of 300 m from Mahabaleshwar Temple Krishnabai Temple is an old temple situated few meters away from Panch Ganga Temple in Old Mahabaleshwar and is among the famous Mahabaleshwar tourist places. Krishnabai Temple is supposed to be source of the Krishna River. The temple was built in 1888 by a ruler of Ratnagiri on a hilltop overlooking the Krishna valley. The temple has a Shiva lingam and a beautiful statue of Goddess Krishna. A small stream of the river flowing from a cow-face (gomukh) falls in a Kund or water tank which is the source of might River Krishna. Stone carved columns and ceilings are the special characteristics of this temple. Book a Meru cab and witness the most exquisite view of the river Krishna.

What Would the roadmap between Mumbai to Mahabaleshwar by Meru look like?

The route from Mumbai to Mahabaleshwar is pretty simple. The route for the cab booking service is easy to follow and, there are quite a few stops that you can make. First you need to get on to the Mumbai-Pune Highway and continue till you reach National Highway 48. Once you continue on National Highway 48 you will reach the Panchgani Mahabaleshwar road. From there continue on the old Mahabaleshwar road till you reach your destination.

What is the best time to visit?

Mahabaleshwar is known for its amazing climate which makes it a great place to visit all year around. However, if you haven’t experienced very cold weather conditions and you are craving for it then you must plan a trip here during winters. Summers in Mahabaleshwar are not as hot as Mumbai, so if you want to beat the heat in Mumbai a trip to Mahabaleshwar with Meru Outstation would be a smart choice. While people still flock Mahabaleshwar during monsoon season, this isn’t the season for strawberries for which Mahabaleshwar is famous and you won’t get any fresh strawberries during this season.

Alternate routes to Mahabaleshwar from Mumbai

There is only one major route that you can take to Mahabaleshwar from Mumbai. You cover the 230 km distance in about 5 hours, giving you plenty of time to make pitstops and explore everything en route. There is an alternate route via Mahad, which is more scenic. All you have to do is to just sit back, relax and enjoy ur travel with Meru.

What is the road condition like between Mumbai to Mahabaleshwar?

The road condition is excellent and your ride gets even better when you choose Meru Cabs to travel.You can get quite reliable connectivity en route. However, the direction boards on the highway are quite clear on the entire stretch. Just follow Mumbai – Pune (Expressway) – On Pune -Satara (Kolhaur/Bangalore) Highway you will need to take right turn after Khandala Ghat (not to be mistook for Khandala Ghat on Mumbai-Pune Highway) towards Wai.You just need to be careful once you reach the ghats after Wai.