Panchgani, a well-known hill station next to Mahabaleshwar in Maharashtra, gets its name from the five hills that surround it. It is well-known for its numerous sunset and sunrise viewing locations and picturesque valley vista.
Panchgani, which is also known as Panchgani and is situated at a height of 1,334 meters, gets its name from the five hills that make up the Sahyadri mountain ranges. A beautiful vista is created by the hilly backdrop on one side and the coastal lowlands on the other. The area was considered as a summer resort during British rule, hence numerous buildings from the colonial era may be found here. Panchgani and Mahabaleshwar are similar to twin cities.
Other than the verdant green valleys, and soothing environment, the red, juicy strawberries are a major attraction of Panchgani. Rightly known as the ‘Strawberry Garden of India’, the farms of Panchgani are full of enchanting views of luscious berries, especially during February and March.