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This is a place with beautiful view of the Krishna river valley and Mahabaleshwar hills.
Located next to Elephants head, this is a must visit place when in Mahabaleshwar or Panchgani. There's a nice waterfall that can be viewed from this place.
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Offers a great view of the valley and the river Krishna. Also a waterfall is visible from this point.
As usual horse and camel rides for kids.
Reaching Kate's point might pose a challenge due to narrow roads and heavy traffic including large buses.
Kates point is adjacent to the Elephants head point and Echo point.
The view of the Krishna valley below is gorgeous and almost picture perfect. One can have a fantastic time just viewing the natural beauty and the waterfalls emanating from the hills nearby.
We visited Mahabaleshwar and in series of running from one point to another...we discovered this beautiful spot. It's a spot from where u can have gorgeous views of the Sahayadris. The ECHO point is 10 metres from this and Kate's point some 200mts from this...More
Kate's Point is a short walk from Elephant Head Point. It offers a more Central Panoramic View of the vast valley below with green hillsides all around sweeping down. This location offers a Magnificent View of the Delightful Waterfall plunging down from beside Elephant Head...More
Kate's point is one of the major attraction of Mahabaleshwar. It gies spectacular view. We visited this place in monsoon. The other points in Mahabaleshwar were foggy and you can't see anything. However, view from this points is clear and can have spectacular view of...More
Kate's point is one of the most scenic points in the hill station of Mahabaleshwar, which overlooks the valley of the river Krishna. This point is extremely popular with locals and tourists alike.
Here, you are treated to an amazing view of the Krishna River...More