Table Land is a huge flat land atop a laterite plateau. It covers an area of close to 99 acres and is declared to be Asia’s 2nd largest mountain plateau. It is a great place to spend an evening playing fun games with your kids and family. It is located in Panchgani.
The Devil’s Kitchen is located towards the south, and it is believed that the Pandavas resided in this place for some time. Raipuri Caves is clearly visible from this exotic locale.
Dhoom Dam is a dam close to the Wai Village, situated in Panchgani. Constructed in 1976, it provides water for irrigation purposes and hydroelectricity. This spot is famous for water sports with boating facilities. Speed boats and scooter boats are available too.
Lord Karthikeya Temple is devoted to Lord Karthikeya who is the son of God Shiva. It is placed in the Raipuri Caves in Panchgani. Pilgrims and devotees line up these caves to espy the wonderful temple that is built of sand.
Thaipooyam, a festival celebrated during the months of January and February, is celebrated with much aplomb by the worshippers. The vicinity is nice and soothing to the senses, rejuvenating the spiritual side in you.
Sydney Point is a delightful point atop the Krishna Valley. It is at a small distance of about 2 km from the Panchgani bus stand. This cliff offers an amazing view of the Dhoom Dam, Mandardevi and Pandavgarh. The clear water gushing down the Dam and the lush, green valleys are a sight that must not be missed for anything.
Sherbaug is a major attraction in Panchgani. A scintillating landscape with a gorgeous valley is what Sherbaug is made of. It has quiet and delightful parks for children alongside a pretty rose garden.
Various activities are undertaken in this area ranging from clay pot making to sculpturing. With cute rabbits hoopping around and swans lazily surfing the pool, this is the ideal place to spend your evening.