3 Days trip in India

Budget: 0 USD - 100 USD Outdoor adventures Wildlife exploration Historical landmarks City sightseeing
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India is a large and diverse country in South Asia with a rich history, diverse culture, and stunning natural landscapes. It is known for its vibrant festivals, delicious cuisine, and warm hospitality.

General Infomation

Exchange Rate of 1 USD to INR
New Delhi
GMT +0530
Best Way to Get Around
Auto Rickshaw

Day 1

  1. Lonavla

    240 minutes

    Start your day with a scenic hike along the Lonavla- Bhushi Dam trek. Explore the beautiful Bhushi Dam and have a picnic lunch. After lunch, visit the Ryewood Park and Shivaji Udyan, a popular picnic spot with lush greenery, fountains and a beautiful garden.

  2. Khandala

    120 minutes

    In the evening, take a walk through Khandala and explore the ancient Buddhist Karla Caves. The caves were built over two periods – from the second century BC to the second century AD and the period of rule of the Satavahanas and the Shakas. Finish off the day with a beautiful sunset view from Rajmachi Point.

Day 2

  1. Bhaja

    180 minutes

    Wake up early and head to the Bhaja Caves for a beautiful sunrise climb. The caves were built around the 2nd century BC and are a group of 22 rock-cut caves. The area is also known for its scenic waterfalls and woodland areas. Be sure to look out for wild animals such as monkeys and leopards.

  2. Tiger's Leap

    120 minutes

    After lunch, head to Tiger's Leap, or the Waghai Peaks, which offer a stunning panoramic view of the valley. The spot is named for its resemblance to a crouching tiger. You can also go on a thrill ride with ziplining or rappelling with a professional adventure company.

  3. Lohagad Fort

    180 minutes

    Finish your day with a visit to Lohagad Fort, a 16th-century hill fort. The fort was built by Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj and was once used to protect the trade route between Khanderi and Mumbai. The fort provides an excellent panoramic view of the surrounding hills.

Day 3

  1. Tung Fort

    240 minutes

    On your last day, hike to the Tung Fort which is a hill fort situated at a height of 1075 meters. The fort has a captivating view and was used as a watchtower in the past. It also served as a major military fortification during the Maratha Empire.

  2. Pavana Lake

    180 minutes

    Spend the afternoon at the Pavana Lake. The lake is located near Pavana Dam and provides a lovely view of the Western Ghats. It is also home to numerous species of birds and butterflies, making it a popular spot for bird watchers.

  3. Rajmachi Wildlife Sanctuary

    180 minutes

    End your trip with a visit to the Rajmachi Wildlife Sanctuary which is home to several native species of flora and fauna including the Indian Giant Squirrel. There are numerous trails for you to explore and experience the natural beauty that Lonavla has to offer.

Estimated Cost (USD)


7-20 USD per night
25-50 USD per night
20-40 USD per night


Local Bus
0.10-0.50 USD per ride
1-2 USD per ride
Motorbike Rental
6-10 USD per day


Street Food
1-2 USD per meal
4-6 USD per meal
Fancy Meal
20-30 USD per meal

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