Nature Bliss - Lavasa : Relax, kick back and enjoy the luxury of mesmerizing Lavasa

Tripoto
1st Nov 2018
Photo of Nature Bliss - Lavasa : Relax, kick back and enjoy the luxury of mesmerizing Lavasa by Satyajit More

Lavasa is a planned hill city which is developed on the Western Ghats, near Pune behind the Varasgaon Dam on the banks of the Baji Pasalkar Reservoir.

It is positioned as a luxury getaway for the elite and a permanent resident. It's a privately planned city with multicolored buildings and by the looks of which it gives a feeling of Portofino city which is in Italy.

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It is positioned as a luxury getaway for the elite and a permanent resident. It's a privately planned city with multicolored buildings and by the looks of which it gives a feeling of Portofino city which is in Italy.

It is surely the place for all those aspiring for quality life. The first thing that hits you when you enter the city is how international you feel when you enter the city.

Lavasa information center which lies in the middle of the city is the one source of information to all the people and each citizen has an access to it.

Like any other planned city Lavasa has made sure that the basic amenities are available within the city right from the medical,education, research to the basic needs.

Photo of Nature Bliss - Lavasa : Relax, kick back and enjoy the luxury of mesmerizing Lavasa 3/3 by Satyajit More

One can indulge in a host of water sports that includes Kayaking, Jetskee and a ride on the cruise boat. Also along the lake side there are a lot of restaurant, lounges and cafes where you can sit back and enjoy the relaxing views of the lake.

You can also hire a bicycle and a segway to hire the city further. After going around this beautifully designed and impeccable plan city there is no doubt that's its actually quite livable.

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