Pune to Kolhapur tour
- Shri Mahalakshmi Temple, Kolhapur. The temple of the goddess Mahalakshmi was built by karndeva .
- The temple takes its name from Ambabai/Mahalaxmi,and it is believed that the divine couple reside in the area.
Shahu Maharaj Museum
- it is the residence of Chhatrapati Shahu, the direct descendant of Chhatrapati … The ground floor of the New Palace accommodates the Shahaji Chhatrapati Museum
- The hunted animal specimens inside this museum are simply awesome. The royal family of Kolhapur resides in the upper floors of this museum.
- This lake was constructed by Chhatrapatis of Kolhapur. It is located on the western side of Ambabai Mandir(Mahalaksmi Temple)
- Rankala Lake is on the western side of Ambabai temple , it is a popular evening spot and recreation centre. This lake was constructed by late Maharajah
- The museum is surrounded by lush greenery and spectacular views of 300 wax statues and 80 depictions of the village life.
- Siddhagiri Gramjivan Museum (Kaneri Math) at Kaneri, Kolhapur district, Maharashtra, is a sculpture museum. The full name is Siddhagiri Gramjivan
- Also called as the Kaneri Math, it is situated inside Shri Kshetra Siddhagiri Math and features a beautiful Shiva temple. At this museum, you can witness the statues
- Jyotiba Temple is a holy site of Hinduism near Wadi Ratnagiri in Kolhapur district of Maharashtra state in western India.
- Snuggled right in the heart of the city the “Jyotiba Temple” is one of the most beautiful places to visit in Kolhapur.
- It is situated to the north of Kolhapur in the deep, surrounded by green mountains and black precipices. The original temple was build in 1730 by Navajisaya.
- It is one of the largest forts in the Deccan, with a perimeter of 14 km (9 mi) and 110 lookout posts. It is 845 m (2,772 ft) above sea level.
- The sanctuary was also popular as “Bison Sanctuary”. The latest surveys recorded about 425 species of plants.
- Panhala Fort, one of the recognised forts of Maharashtra is also known as Panhalgad, Panhalla or Panalla. The word literally means “the house of the serpents”