Bhushi Dam 1/2 by Tripoto
October through March is the best time.
8:00 am to 5:30 pm.
A clean environment, cool waters and the sunshine – what more could one want?
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June - February
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A popular weekend getaway spot from the city of Pune is the Bhushi Dam in Lonavla. Cool waters and the warm sunshine is what one gets at this famous tourist spot that is best visited during the monsoon season. However, the authorities do not allow swimming in this dam due to the inconsistent water flow. The climate here is moderate throughout the year and one can c pay a visit to this place at any time. However, locals suggest that one should visit the place from October to March while for Lonavla, June to September is ideal. One is sure to have a great time when one visits either Lonavla or the Bhushi Dam. The Bhushi Dam stands on the Indrayani River in Lonavala developed and maintained by the Indian Railways and private sector. This Dam is located in the Pune-Mumbai Expressway, which is the one of the best 6 lane highway in India. This dam was built in 1860s as a source of water for the steam engines of the Great Indian Peninsular Railway. The consumption of liquor is prohibited in this area due to the security reasons. This is a very famous holiday destination in Maharashtra. The place is filled with cold water, warm sunshine, and vibes of nature. The force of water here is inconsistent, so swimming is prohibited in this area, but one can enjoy stepping on the rocky land with cold water flowing below. This area has a moderate climate throughout the year. The best time to pay a visit in the Bhushi Dam is during Monsoon.
Harsha Gupta
On day 3, we moved to Lonavala - The abode of cloud. Our first stop was Bhushi dam.Bhushi Dam: Where water overflows onto a set of steps during rainy season. The waterfall is amazing and best place to have fun along with friends specially playing in flowing water. Go there in rainy season and check your strength to stand in that fierce flow of water. An experience of a lifetime is promised.
Ankita Misra
Between lonavala and the bus stop lies this dam which is easily a coverable distance. Its less of a dam right and now and more of a picnic spot next to a lake that has been formed, due to excess amount of tourists attracted to this sight. ONe has to be very careful while going close to water incase of slippery surfaces.