Panchgani is located in the middle of five hills in sahyadri mountain range. Panchgani is a hillstation in maharastra state. Its also called paachgani. Paachgani means land between five villages :- dandeghar, godavali, ambral, khingar and talghat. Panchgani develop by british raj under the super vision of lord john chesson in the 1860. Panchgani is full of forest area, mountains, scenic valleys, waterfalls, woody regions and many more. Panchgani is pleasurable vacation place. There are many boarding schools here. A number of schools started in the 19th century. On the way of panchgani to mahableshwar you can see a huge rock over looking the Krishna valley.
Mapro garden is known for their strawberry produce. Mapro garden hosts the annual strawberry festivals. Mapro garden is fill with greenery all around, small nursery, children play area, chocolate factory, restaurant and outlet selling Mapro products.
Table land is popular for shooting spot for hindi movies. Table land rank second on the list of the largest plateaus in Asia. You can enjoy here the colours of nature. Here a beautiful view of deep valleys and majestic hills and view of the sunrise and sunset. There are many activities are here like horse riding, some arcade games and merry go round and trekking. This place described as a beautiful marvel of nature.
Parsi point used to be the favourite picnic spot of the parsi community. This is best place for landscape photography. This place overlooks the Krishna valley and the water of the Dhom dam. This place provide spectacular views of green mountains.
Sydney point overlooks for the green lush mountains and the water of the Dhom dam. It is a small spot with a scenic view.
Devrai Art Village
This village is very close to panchgani and known for their unique style of art. The artistic products made by village’s tribal people. The artistic products are combination of woods, bamboo, fabrics and stones.This village is very close to panchgani and known for their unique style of art. The artistic products made by village’s tribal people. The artistic products are combination of woods, bamboo, fabrics and stones.