Lonar crater lake

Lonar crater lake

Lonar crater lake
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PrasadFromPune
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déc. 2021
We had booked train tickets from Pune to Shegaon. When we were close to travel, got the information that the Anand Sagar Park is closed now. So had no choice but to cancel the trip because except the Darshana, there is no good activity (especially for kids). That is when thought of visiting Lonar. It was last minute decision and did not know how to arrange for travel and stay. Thanks to Tripadvisor. Found details from the reviews and I could contact Guide Amol Sardar (phone# 99754 47088). It was very informative and assuring when I talked to him. He provided all the needed information and contact details for Hotel and Cab driver at Shegaon. There are many places in Lonar, ancient temples and various view points (the lake looks different from each place and is equally beautiful). But surely you will need a guide to get all information and save time. The information will be of interest for kids from academic point of view. We could watch few rare migrant birds when we visited the lake water. Litmus paper test of the water in crater is exciting event. Do not forget to visit Balaji temple at Mehakar on the way from Shegaon to Lonar. The road condition is very good. Over all it was worth travelling so far distant place from Pune.
Écrit le 6 janvier 2022
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PRM
Ahmedabad District, Inde17 contributions
déc. 2021 • En famille
Excellent place for a day trip from Aurangabad ( 141km one way) second largest meteoritic create . Superb place and very good track to reach base of lake . There are many ancient temple on the way . Good restaurant are there . Road is very good
We had a great guide in Lonar mr Amol Sardar mob no-+91 99754 47088
He accompanied my family in tract and explained details of nature and also temples 👍
Worth visiting place also approachable from Buldana
Écrit le 11 décembre 2021
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Mahendra V
Aurangabad District, Inde148 contributions
janv. 2021
Wonder around lake is pleasant experience. Anyone can see ancient temples in full of forest. Old trees pf large steam can see here.
Écrit le 19 janvier 2021
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Sanjay Shah
Pune District, Inde14 contributions
nov. 2020 • En famille
The Lonar Lake in Maharashtra is 136 KMS from Aurangabad. The road from Aurangabad till the entry of the Lake sight is beautiful. A must visit place.
Écrit le 17 novembre 2020
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ShvRm_Traveller
Goa, Inde585 contributions
nov. 2019
Lonar Crater lake is formed as result of accumulation of water in the crater or depression formed in the basaltic rock. The crater is of circular disc shaped and the water appears lush Green in colour. The water remains in the lake perennially and is replenished by seasonal rains. The crater is believed to have been formed as a result of meteor impact, few thousand years ago. The lake has a very high geological interest and lot of scientific research from various disciplines is centered around it.
Visually also the lake is very impressive.
Écrit le 16 avril 2020
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Sabyasachi123
Calcutta, Inde165 contributions
déc. 2019
India’s Lonar Crater was identified in 1823 by a British officer named C.J.E. Alexander. Lonar Crater sits inside the Deccan Plateau is created by meteorite impact that occurred between 35,000 and 50,000 years ago. Lonar Crater is approximately 150 meters (500 feet) deep, with an average diameter of almost 1,830 meters (6,000 feet). The water is very much alkaline as such no fish or water animal can live in this water. One guide tested this water taken in a glass & poured some turmeric in it which turns this water into bloody red colour. This prove alkaline nature of the water.
There is a temple of Lord Hanumanji near whose idol is made of pieces of meteorite as heard from local people. Also a temple named Daityasudan Mandir is about 1 or 2 KM from Lonar. Terracota artifacts are there on the walls of this temple.
Écrit le 4 janvier 2020
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Lalitha M
Pune, Inde4 contributions
déc. 2019
Lonar lake is like a hidden treasure near Aurangabad. Many tourists visit only Ajanta and Ellora. But i feel Lonar is a geological treasure. It takes about approx 3 hours from Aurangabad via road. Road condition is very good (Unlike road to Ajanta, which was horrible). You can have lunch,snacks at MTDC in Lonar. If you enquire in MTDC resort, you'll get guides to explain you the details of Lonar. Please do take the Guides. Our guide Ramesh was very experienced, he is a forest guide too.
The climb down to the Lake is pretty steep. It has steep stone steps most of the places and some forest land to cross to reach the lake. There are some temple ruins on the way down and spring water flows down the hill .Our guide Ramesh performed some experiments to show us the alkainity of the Lake water which was very interesting. We could spot some flamingoes and Golden Ducks on the lake side.
Dont miss looking at the watermelon berries, the seeds of which looks like Shivalinga. Overall a mix of science, geology and sprituality involved in visiting the lonar lake. Dec is best time to visit. Take a compass (some stones are magnetic and compass changes direction when placed over it) and binocoluars as well.
Senior citizens might find the trek down difficult. But my father who is 72 years old managed it pretty well.
So where there is will there is a way !
Écrit le 1 janvier 2020
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Safari172399
1 contribution
déc. 2019
We found the resort provided excellent access to the lake and crater rim. The setting was quite and pleasant with shade. Accomodation was rustic but adequate, and the quality of the meals were high. Staff were very pleasant.

My wife and I would highly recommend our MTDC authorised guide, the cheerful and informative Amol Sardar. Ask for him at the resort.
Écrit le 26 décembre 2019
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Yashwant Tahasildar
11 contributions
déc. 2019 • En couple
Me with my wife Seema planed a two days visit to Lonar Crater. It's a wonderful day we spent at Lonar. Mr. Amol Sardar (9975447088) and Shailesh Sardar (9763545169) are official and wel trained guides are available at MTDC Resort Lonar. MTDC Resort is deautifully constructed at the entry of Lonar crater. Nice fully AC rooms and delicious food served at resort. They have detailed knowledge of Lonar history. Every Indian must visit such a great historical and geographically ideal place where great scientists from all over the world visit this place to study the formation of creater.
Écrit le 17 décembre 2019
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Vipin Tiwari
Aurangabad, Inde56 contributions
nov. 2019 • Entre amis
"This very famous and historical place in India , situated at Buldhana Maharashtra states,this is very famous for it's view and alkaline water present in lake and .So, visit one time for sure."
Écrit le 10 novembre 2019
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