How to Reach Visapur fort Base Village from Mumbai and Pune.
Visapur Fort Information:
Visapur Fort was built in 1713 -1720 CE, which was built much later than Lohagad Fort but the histories of the two forts are closely linked. Fort has a greater elevation compared to Lohagad which was cleverly used by the British Troops and that’s why Cannons were set on Visapur Fort to Bombard Lohagad.
Best time to Visit Visapur Fort:
June To February.
How to reach base village of Visapur Fort:
Patan Village – Malavli is the nearest Railway Station.
How To Reach Visapur Fort from Mumbai By Public transport:
Board any express Train going towards Pune,
Alight at Lonavala Station, take a local train towards Pune and alight at Malavli Station.
From there It’s walking towards Patan Village.
How To Reach Visapur Fort from Pune By Public transport:
Board any Local Train going to Lonavala and alight at Malavli Station from there it’s Walking towards Patan Village.
How To Reach Visapur Fort from Mumbai By Private Vehicle:
Take the Express highway going towards Pune and take an exit at Lonavala and head towards Patan Village. Can be easily found on Google Maps.
How To Reach Visapur Fort from Pune By Private Vehicle:
Take the Express highway going towards Mumbai and take an exit at Lonavala and head towards Patan Village. Can be easily found on Google Maps.
You can take the old highway towards Lonavala and exit to Malavli and head to Patan Village.
Food and stay arrangement on Visapur Fort:
You need to carry your own food.
Water availability on the Fort:
Mostly in Monsoons only. Better carry your own.
Things you need to carry :
- 2-liter water.
- Snacks like pancakes, biscuits, ready to eat food.
- Glucon D.
- If your heading in Monsoons (SUGGESTION): Monsoons are Up Protect your Mobile Phones
Places to see around Visapur Fort:
- Caves on the Fort which are craved through single rock.
- Lohagad Fort
- Water Tanks
- Carving at the entrance
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