The Crater water is completely alkaline and has no signs of aquatic life. The water has an acute pH of 9-10. When you touch the water, you still have a soapy feeling! It is just great, apart you drinking it.
The crater that hit Lonar from MARS, has still bits and pieces floating around the water, if you are lucky enough, you get one! Special, isn't it? Holding a peice worth 60,000+ years is tooooo awesome!
Reportedly, there is a forest that has grew over years surrounding the place, if you spend 01 hours in the forest, you are sure to get complete relief from illness like cough, cold, fatigue, headache, fewer. Trust me, this has been experience by me as we had visited in winter with cold and cough.
There is also a temple which has water coming out of a nozzle everyday twice, in morning and evening, but the source is till unknown! Yes, it is still unknown. You get amazing feeling if you take a bath from it, drink it and it takes sweeter than sugar water.
Just below this temple, down the valley, there seems to be a myth that seemed true to me. There was supposedly a temple, where just minutes before the meteor hit Lonar, a group of 7-8 sages '(sadhus) were performing a "yagya". When the meteor hit, they were completely buried inside the Earth and till date when you dig up the land, you would find "ash" coming out.
There are many more stories that you would hear once you plan to visit. The images uploaded are taken from various sources (google images) as I am currently unable to upload the actual pics caz of size being huge (DSLR guys can understand) and editing takes time. So guys, if you have time please visit this lost treasure in India.
Oh I forgot, you would find many scientists across the world coming here and investigating, get along them and you would find facts which will just BLOW YOUR EFFIING MIND!!!!!!!!!!!!
HOW TO REACH:
Nearest you can go "properly" is Amravati, Maharashtra. From there, my recommendation, book a cab or something, or, if you choose to go by local bus, I bet you will scream one thing- "SAVE ME GOD". :D