Aamby Valley Travel Guide and Tourism

This Maharashtra megapolis, is India’s first planned city that is spread across a sprawling ten thousand acres. Aamby Valley City is touted to be one of the world’s top five destination cities and happens to be a popular weekend getaway from both Mumbai and Pune. Embodying Maharashtra’s rustic charm and India’s cosmopolitan infrastructure, Aamby Valley is decked with swanky resorts and plush bungalows, that cater to tourists seeking leisure holidays. The Aamby Valley City township was brought to life by the Sahara India Pariwar of the Pune district and lies around twenty-three kilometres from Lonavla, eighty-seven kilometres from Pune and hundred and twenty kilometres from Mumbai. Aamby Valley also boasts of its very own airstrip, three artificial lakes and a PGA 18 hole golf course. A 7-star restaurant, a glitzy night club and a huge water park sits on the premises, adding majorly, to Aamby Valley’s tourism. Also offering an assortment of activities to the tourists, Aamby Valley has something for everyone, from horseback riding, to golf to thrilling hikes.
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Best Time to Visit Aamby Valley

Peak Season to visit Aamby Valley is from October to February, when the weather is perfect to stroll around and just sit outside.     

Shoulder Season: June to September is monsoon season, when Aamby Valley sees heavy rainfall. If you don’t mind exploring with an umbrella in hand, then you will be rewarded with gushing waterfalls and glowing green surroundings.

Off-season: March to June is summer season in Aamby Valley and the temperature stays at anywhere between 25 to 35 degrees Celsius. So if you find yourself here in these months, stay indoor in the morning, and head out only when it becomes cooler in the evening.  

Budget for Aamby Valley

For Luxury Travellers: INR 16000 and upwards

  • Accommodation in the resorts: INR 13000 and upwards
  • Food in the restaurants and bars: INR 1000 and upwards
  • Local transport in  cabs: INR 500 and upwards