Panvhgani is christened based on "Panch" as it surrounded by five hills of sahyadri, and "Gani" meaning the settlement. This Hill Station is elevated 1305 meters above sea level & located 18 km east of Mahabaleshwar on Mahabaleshwar - Wai road.
Panchgani is a vibrant scenic destination and its beauty multiplies with the backdrop of hilly terrains at one side and coastal plains at the other side. This place had been used by the British officials as their summer resort.
Fresh air, unspoiled natural beauty, breathtaking panoramic views and lush greeneries make this place one of the most sought hill station in Maharashtra
Parsi Point, Sydney Point, Rajpuri Caves, Dhom Dam & Tableland are major tourist attractions near Panchgani. Tableland is a wide expanse of laterite rock plateau formation, stretching over 99 acres of land in Panchgani. It has been accredited as Asia's second longest mountain Plateau.