Lavasa, is India’s largest Hill Station
Lavasa is located in the western mountain ranges of India, Lavasa is very near to the two major metropolises, Mumbai and Pune.
Lavasa is part of 25,000 acres of land declared as "Hill Station", with an extensive Master Plan covering half that area, it is built around the 20 kms long Warasgaon Lake. There are five access routes to Lavasa, one of which is enhanced and developed. This is the Chandni Chowk- Pune road to Lavasa which offers a similar quality drive as one experiences on the Mumbai-Pune Expressway.
This road makes Lavasa approximately an hour's (around 65 kms) drive from Pune and almost 3.5 hours away from Mumbai (around 200 kms).
Lavasa offers a vibrant, self-contained world which is part of 25,000* acres of land declared as Hill Station with an extensive Master Plan covering half that area. The rest of the region is left untouched to preserve the natural beauty.
Cradled in the heart of mystic Shayadhri mountain range, Lavasa is well connected to both Pune and Mumbai.
Envisioned as a complete Hill Station offering a balanced life in harmony with nature, Lavasa is an inspirational destination for lifestyle seekers.
Based on the principles of New Urbanism, the Master Plan of Lavasa has been developed by internationally renowned design consultant HOK, USA.
A far escape from the noise and chaos of the big cities, Lavasa is a complete world in itself. The lakeside homes enveloped inside the natural surroundings of the mountains are replete with all the modern amenities in Lavasa. Workplace cocooned in the pristine valley, yet connected globally gives people an opportunity to explore a whole new work culture in Lavasa.
Lavasa is a hub for world-class educational institutions, hospitality and training centers, it's an arena for the mind where learning is a way of life.
Lavasa offers a refreshing climate with vast open spaces provides innumerable recreation and leisure activities like golf, trekking, rappelling…to satiate the adventurer in you.