Pune To Mahabaleshwar

Cab Services

120 km

via NH 48

via NH 48

Road Condition


Pune is a beautiful city in Maharashtra which is developing fast.It was once the base of the Peshwas (prime ministers) of the Maratha Empire, which lasted from 1674 to 1818. A few years ago there wasn’t much happening here, however, now there are some of the top industries that are established in Pune making it a great place to live. Pune is widely regarded as the second major “IT hub of India” and the top “automobile and manufacturing hub of India”. It is known as the “Oxford of the East” with the presence of a wide range of educational institutions. Apart from the fact that Pune is a sprawling city, it is also an amazing place to take a holiday. If you are visiting Pune then there’s a lot that you can do here. The first thing you need to do is booking a Meru Pune to Mahabaleshwar car rental services so you can tour the city in luxury. One of the most prominent places that you can check out happens to be the Shaniwar Wada which is a historical fortification that represents the wartime between the Peshwas and the British. Another beautiful fortress happens to be Sinhagad which is also a memorial for the 17-century emperors. There is also a temple for the Goddess Kali here. Some other popular places include the Aga Khan Palace, Raja Dinkar Kelkar Museum, the Rajiv Gandhi Zoological Park and the Parvati Hill. If you love hills and hill stations then a trip to Mahabaleshwar is a great idea. It takes about 3 hours to get to Mahabaleshwar from Pune by road via Meru outstation cabs. It is best to rent a one-way Meru outstation cab to get to Mahabaleshwar since traveling in Mahabaleshwar could get expensive via the local cabs. Meru offers 24/7 Pune to Mahabaleshwar taxi at cheap rates, reliable, easy to book car booking for outstation. Book a Pune to Mahabaleshwar by car and enjoy a hassle-free journey with Meru’s on-time service. When you rent a Pune Mahabaleshwar travel package with Meru, so that you can sit back & relax on your journey.


Mahabaleshwar is a quaint little hill station that is nestled in the foothills of the Western Ghats of Maharashtra and served as the summer capital of Bombay Presidency during the British Raj.This little town is a huge tourist attraction in India and is known for its amazing weather conditions all year around which serves as a holiday resort, honeymoon spot, and a pilgrimage site for People. Book a Pune to Mahabaleshwar cab with Meru and ride with the most trusted taxi service across India, with 90%+ satisfied customers. Some of the best places to visit in Mahabaleshwar include the Pratapgad Fort, Venna Lake which is a popular spot for boat rides and horseback riding as well as some amazing food stalls where you can relish the local delicacies.If you’re planning a visit during the monsoon or just after, then the Lingmala waterfalls located near Mahabaleshwar is worth visiting.The water here falls from a height of approximately 600 feet. All the water of Lingamala waterfalls cascades into the Venna Lake .You can also check out Arthur Seat Mahabaleshwar Point that has a spectacular view. Make sure you take a trip to Mapro Garden via Mahabaleshwar car rental as well so you can check out their strawberry farms and buy some of the amazing items that they sell there. Book a Meru cab for one way trip, round trip, and multicity taxi. Our outstation Pune to Mahabaleshwar taxi is always on time with no hidden charges in taxi fare. Book car hires Pune to Mahabaleshwar with a driver at Meru.The nearest airport is Pune International Airport, serving the city of Pune, 120 km from Mahabaleshwar. Enjoy exclusive services – AC Cars, trained chauffeurs and quick booking. The weather in both places is very pleasant, however; Mahabaleshwar is in a world of its own. This is a popular route and a number of people plan this holiday well in advance. This is the reason you should not hesitate and book your tour packages from Pune to Mahabaleshwar today itself before all the Meru cab booking services get booked.

Places to see on route

Bhor Rajwada

Bhor Rajwada is a historical palace and a royal residence at Bhor in the Maharashtra state of India.The town of Bhor (once a princely state) is located some 51 km south of Pune, close to the Bhatgar Dam where you can go by Meru Outstation Cabs. The Bhor Rajwada itself is a gorgeous building with large imposing pillars in its courtyard. A little beyond the palace is a beautiful river ghat and some old temples. In the town market near the Bhor Rajwada, find some thali meals.


Khandala is a hill station in the Western Ghat mountains of Maharashtra, western India. 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.A very beautiful place that 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 the 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 it feels that beauty increases ten times at this place during monsoons.

Places to see in Mahabaleshwar (Pune-Mahabaleshwar)


Menavli is a village about three kilometres from Wai in the Satara district and easily accessible by Meru Cabs.The village’s claim to fame is due to the palace (wada) built by Nana Fadnavis, 18th century Maratha statesman and the regent of Peshwa Madhavrao II The architectural combination of a Wada-type residence, a Ghat on a water-body and a Temple is typical of Peshwa era.The Phadnavis wada is one of the very rare places where such a combination is preserved intact.Several Bollywood movies have been shot, using the wada as an exotic location, notably, Bajirao Mastan,Swades and Jis Desh Mein Ganga Rehta Hai.


Paachgani, also called Panchgani, is a hill station and municipal council in Satara district in Maharashtra, India. Paachgani attracts many tourists throughout the year. It is also renowned for many premier residential educational institutions.Paachgani is around 102 kilometres from Pune and 250 kilometres from Mumbai with Meru Cab.Paachgani is nestled in the middle of five hills in the Sahyādri mountain ranges which offers fresh air and invigorating climate to the tourists to enjoy themselves.Panchgani’s famous ‘tableland’ has been the location for many Indian Movies, recently the location for the acclaimed movie “Taare Zameen Par” and “Agent Vinod”.

Mapro Garden

Mapro Gardens is a garden park in the hill station of Panchgani, Maharashtra, India, situated close to Mahabaleshwar, known for their 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.

Venna Lake

Venna lake is one of the major tourist attractions of Mahabaleshwar in Maharashtra state in India. The lake was constructed by Shri Appasaheb Maharaj, who was Raja of Satara in the year 1842. The Lake is constructed artificially over an area of 28 acres. The periphery of the lake is about 7-8 km long. This lake is not only famous among tourists but it is also famous among pilgrims.The lake also offers amazing boating facilities and horse rides to the tourists. Also the Venna Lake has a lot to offer to nature lovers as well because the lake is surrounded by lush green Chhatrapati Pratapsingh gardens. Come to this beautiful spot by hiring a Meru cab online and enjoy the fun activities here.

Elphinstone Point, Mahabaleshwar

At a distance of 5 km from Old Mahabaleshwar, Elphinstone Point is one of the famous viewpoints situated atop a hill near Arthur Seat Point in Mahabaleshwar. It is one of the highest points in Mahabaleshwar overlooking the two valleys, with rivers Koyna on the left and Savitri on the right. The lofty cliff commands a panoramic view of the Pratapgarh Fort, Koyna Valley and nearby plains. One can also admire the ravine, which lies between Elphinstone Point and Arthur Seat Point. Book a Pune to Mahabaleshwar Meru cab and capture the panoramic view of this place in your camera.

How the roadmap by cab would look like between Pune to Mahabaleshwar?

Pune to Mahabaleshwar distance by Meru Cab is a very short trip and there are a couple of routes that you can take to reach here. One of the best routes is via National Highway 48. This route is the fastest and the smoothest. First you need to take the Lal Bahadur Shastri road and reach National Highway 48 located in Kudale Baug. Once you are on National Highway 48 you need to continue for a little over an hour till you reach the Panchgani Mahabaleshwar road. From there you need to get to the old Mahabaleshwar road.

What is the best time to visit?

Mahabaleshwar has amazing weather all year round so you can come here whenever you feel like. However, it’s best to come to Mahabaleshwar during winters because you can get the best cold climate and enjoy strawberries in abundance. While it’s fun to come to Mahabaleshwar during the monsoon, but you won’t be able to enjoy fresh strawberries during that time. If you can plan a trip to Mahabaleshwar during winter or summer it’s always better since you can taste some of the freshest fruits and vegetables that you won’t find in other parts of the country. A number of people had considered Pune to be a holiday destination in the past. However, Pune has now developed into metro and there are a number of people that are now living in Pune and heading out to neighboring places for a holiday. Pune to Mahabaleshwar is one such popular destination where you can visit by booking a cab at Meru Outstation.

Alternate routes to Mahabaleshwar from Pune

There are two major routes to get from Pune to Mahabaleshwar. One of the routes is via National Highway 48. The second route is via Pandharpur road and National Highway 48. This route takes an additional hour to reach Mahabaleshwar.It nearly takes about five hours to reach Mahabaleshwar from Mumbai. It is about 247 kilometres by road if you take Meru cab via Panvel through Mahad and Poladpur.

What is the road condition like between Pune to Mahabaleshwar?

The road condition between Pune to Mahabaleshwar and Mahabaleshwar to Pune is well maintained and you will not have to worry about a rough ride with Meru’s most reliable and safest ride.