Pratapgadh (24 km):
The famous and formidable Pratapgadh fort located on a hilltop was rebuilt and redesigned in the reign of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj after he brought Mahabaleshwar and Jaoli under his control. The fort is home to a temple of goddess Bhavani.
Raigad Fort (80 km):
Among Chhatrapati Shivaji’s formidable forts, Raigad served as the capital of great Maratha ruler from 1664 to 1680.
Sinhagad Fort (96 km):
Formerly known as Kondhana, this fort was one of the most impregnable forts in Western India.
Tapola (30 km):
Also known as the “mini Kashmir”, Tapola is an ideal summer retreat with fragmented scenic beauty. You can have an eternal peace in its unpolluted environment. It is no surprise that the place is popular with picnickers.
Panchgani (19 km):
Located in close proximity to Mahabaleshwar, Panchgani is a picturesque hill station in the shade of groves of casuarina and silver oak. The name Panchgani refers to the five hills on which the town is built.