Bodh Valley Resort in Igatpuri is the perfect getaway where you can relax and rejuvenate in the lap of nature. So far away from perennially rushing urban life that you might as well think you’re in an earlier era, this is just the place for some quiet contemplation. With nine peaks watching over you in this hidden valley, Bodh Valley is where you lose yourself to discover yourself anew. So what are you waiting for? Get away from the din and the crowds of city life, drive down to the picturesque hill town of Igatpuri. It may be a world apart, but it’s only a 3-hour drive from Mumbai. Take the break you deserve, in style: a memorable experience in hospitality and serenity awaits you at Bodh Valley Resort, nestled in a lush green valley. With its impeccable quality of service, wide-ranging conveniences and scenic settings, Bodh Valley is the preferred destination of elite holidaymakers. Guests of our resort can hope to experience pristine valleys and mountains best in Igatpuri.
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|Sightseeing In Igatpuri & Bhandardara:
Igatpuri boasts of some breathtaking valleys and waterfalls such as the Bhatsa River Valley at the fag end of the Thal Ghat and lush ravines are a part of the view. The renowned Camel valley, so called, because of its shape, catches the eye. One could even possibly stumble upon many waterfalls and creeks that fall over 1000 feet onto the base of the valley. Those who go there also pay their respects to the goddess of the Ghats at the Ghantadevi Mandir. A little further from Ghantadevi, a rough road leading to the railway line begins. Across the railway line, while climbing down, falling one below the other, are five waterfalls that form a breathtaking sight.
Another such valley is the Konkankada valley and its falls and the Randha falls not so far away which is best enjoyed in the monsoon season when in full force.
|Tringalwadi Fort can be accessed through a small path on the mountain adjoining Igatpuri and trekking a bit further would take one straight to the Tringalwadi lake and the Talegaon lake. The Wilson Dam mentioned earlier is built on the Pravara river close by and from the dam one can see the highest peak of that range Mount Kalsubai.|
|The Trimbakeshwar Temple, another highlight of this region is one of the twelve Jyotirlingas of the world. The extraordinary feature of the Jyotirlinga located here is that it has three faces embodying Lord Brahma, Lord Vishnu & Lord Mahesh (Shiva). The temple is known for its appealing architecture and sculpture and is at the foothill of a mountain called Brahmagiri. Godavari River originates on the Bramhagiri mountain and meets the sea near Rajamundry.|
|The Amruteshwar Temple is another attraction known for its intricate carvings in the Hemadpanti style. Other places to see are the Agasti Rishi Ashram, the Ratangad Fort. and the Davebandh Ganesh Temple.|