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Pawna Glamping Pawna Lake Site

Release up yourself, feel the diversion and have large amounts of the open-air fire meeting outside at Pawna Lake Camping. We, Pawna Lake Camping, organize Lake Side Glamping at the backwaters of Pawna Dam near Lonavala. The lovely campsite offers a bewitching viewpoint on the lake masterminded just inside the centre of the enveloping Sahyadris. Barbecue, Sumptuous Meals and Adventure Activities like Rifle Shooting, Archery, Kayaking, Pedal Boating, Motor Boat Ride makes the trip outside invigorating and energizing. Pawna Lake Camping trips are a decent way to explore and experience nature, and it's a decent external activity. There's eternity one thing concerning home extras that recognizes the undertaking from regular non- habitation journeys.


Schedule of Glamping Pawna


  •     Check-in after 4:00 PM (late check-in allowed but early check-in not allowed)

  •     Snacks from 5:30 PM to 6:00 PM

  •     BBQ from 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM

  •     Bonfire after 9.30 PM

  •     Dinner from 9:30 PM to 10:30 PM

  •     Silent hours 12:00 AM to 6:00 AM

  •     Next day breakfast from 8:30 AM to 9:30 AM

  •     Check-out at 11:00 AM (late check-out not possible but early check-out allowed)


  • You will get separate 2/3/4 person

  • Below 4 yrs not charged

  • 4 yrs to 10 yrs 60% charged at venue.

  • Incase of plan change inform us atleast 48 hrs prior. 

  • No refund will be made but can rescedule the trip anytime in 1 yr if informed 48 hrs prior.

  • Incase of an individual plan cancels from a group, no rescheduling nor any refunds done.


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Day 2 :

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  • 04:00 pm - reporting at campsite.

  • 5.00 pm - tea and snacks

  • 6.30 pm - enjoye sunset and cozy evening begins with music

  • 8.00 pm - barbeque (veg-nonveg)

  • 10.00 pm - dinner (veg-nonveg)-jain food is available

  • 11.00 pm -bonfire after dinner.

  • 07:00am - good morning with the beautiful sunrise


  • 08.00am- breakfast


  • 11.00am - check out from the campsite

  • Free activies- archery, badminton, football, cricket,carrom, Hollyball

  • Paid activities - speed Boating , kayaking, pandel boating nearby location

  • 01. Always good to carry extra pair of clothes

  • 2. Winter and warm clothes as it will be cold night

  • 3. Water bottle to keep your thirst away

  • 4.toothbrush and paste

  • 5. Torch with extra batteries to use in the night

  • 6. Any other things you feel necessary

  • 7. Personal medicine if any.


Evening snacks

Limited bbq

Unlimited dinner



Tent stay

Morning breakfast

Indoor and outdoor games.

  • Tikona Fort only 1km from our campsite

  • Tikona Fort is a dominant hill fortress of Konkan’s Pawan Maval region. This is Maharashtra’s popular one-day trekking spot. Locally, it is famous by the name Vitandgad. Situated on top of the Tikona peak, this fort has an altitude of 3633 feet from the sea level.

  • If you take a look at its present-day geography, it resembles a triangle and thus named as Tikona. Large fortifications, seven water tanks filled with crystal clear water, large doorways, and spectacular surrounding views from its bastion sums up the beauty of this place. Sahyadri’s green hillocks are just like cherries on the cake!

  • Many Maratha dynasties have marked their presence here in the past and also, Tikona Fort was known as the centre for Pauna Mawal’s primary activities. Tikona Fort’s entrance itself represents beauty with sophistication. As soon as you pass through it, you will witness the presence of Buddhist and Satavahana Caves within.

  • Both types of caves have great significance in Indian history. Besides, there’s a small Trimbakeshwar Mahadev temple inside which revives the spiritual beliefs of the first residents of this fort.

  • With no wonders, Tikona Fort is blessed with some stunning landscapes attracting heaps of trekking enthusiasts and those who love Mother Nature. The moment you trek to the topmost summit of this fort, you have the liberty to enjoy the panoramic view of the vastly stretched Maval region. Tung Fort, Bhatrashi Hill, Jambhul Hill, Lohagad, Fagne dam, and Visapur are some sightseeing delights from the topmost position of this Tikona Fort.

  • Tikona Fort, also famous as ‘Vitandgad Fort’, is a triangular hill fort located near Kamshet which is 18 km from Lonavala. Perched on a high hill, the fort is a trekking destination. Though, not much is known about the history, the fort was conquered by Malik Ahmad Nizam Shah I of the Nizam Shahi dynasty in 1585 and annexed it to the Nizam territory. In 1657, Shivaji Maharaj became the ruler of the whole Konkan region, and thus, brought Tikona along with the forts of Karnala, Lohgad, Mahuli, Songad, Tala, and Visapur. The strategic location of the fort made it a watch tower for the entire Pawana Mawal (Panmala) region. Later, Dhamale family ‘Deshmukhs’ from Maval Region became in charge of the security of the fort in 1660. It takes not more than one day to trek to this fort, dig into its history and admire the stunning views from it.

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