Mhaismal lies on top of a hill with a long and winding approach road. This approach road is not well maintained, although the Government has recently cleared a proposal to develop areas around Ellora caves, which includes Mhaismal. So, one hopes the improvement in infrastructure will lead to more tourists stopping at this pleasant hill station for a rejuvenating break.
Tourists halting at Mhaismal will be treated to a stunning view, especially during and after the monsoons. Located at 1067 meters above sea level, Mhaismal enjoys pleasant weather all year round. It is this weather that has earned Mhaismal the monicker 'Mahabaleshwar of Marathwada'.
The natural topography of Mhaismal lends visitors a superior viewing platform to the Sahyadris. Neatly laid hamlets, farms, fields, are transformed into a green carpet in the monsoons. Most of the tourist influx is during the monsoons when all the natural beauty is in full display.
Mhaismal isn't just a hill station where people can come to relax and soak in nature's beauty. It has activities for people to do as well, even though it is an undiscovered spot.
Here are some of the things you can do in Mhaismal: