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Table Land

Panchgani, India
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Must visit Table Top in Panchgani

It's huge area & must visit. Gives glimpses of different places from the top, one side with Old... read more

Reviewed today
DM_Mumbai
Table Point- largest ground area on hills

Table point is a good attraction for family. Lots of films had shooting here and if you are lucky... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Bhavesh B
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  • Excellent31%
  • Very good46%
  • Average20%
  • Poor2%
  • Terrible1%
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“horse riding” (129 reviews)
“plateau” (114 reviews)
“caves” (43 reviews)
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Panchgani, India
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Reviewed today

It's huge area & must visit. Gives glimpses of different places from the top, one side with Old Panchgani view , other with River Merging/Sangam. You can use the Horse or Horse Carriage, but the best is to walk.

Thank DM_Mumbai
Reviewed yesterday

Table point is a good attraction for family. Lots of films had shooting here and if you are lucky you may get the one live as well. Better if you visit in monsoon since summer is hot here. Horse riding options available but very costly...More

Thank Bhavesh B
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

This is definitely the high point of a visit to Panchgani.The views from there are spectacular & so is the sunset!It can get extremely crowded at weekends so mid week is the best time to visit.One can do horseriding or riding in a horse cart...More

Thank behram2014
Reviewed 2 days ago

We went there in the evening, just before sunset. We could see the clouds and sun playing hide-n-seek in such a divine way, it was jaw dropping. We went in ''off season'' so it wasn't so crowded. one should keep at least 2-3 hours for...More

Thank mrinmayee r
Reviewed 1 week ago

A big plateau. Walk all around the edges. Will take you a couple of hours at best even if you amble and don't fall for the guys offering a horse ride claiming it's 6.5 kms long.

Thank Ravindra R
Reviewed 1 week ago

The table land is just a couple of kms from the main road, but you need a vehicle to go there. The views from the top are fantastic. There are 2 caves, but the ambience has been spoilt by giving permission to a restaurant to...More

Thank sbrrao
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Great experience. Amazing views. Lot of tp activities like horse riding. Open area. Cool breeze. Caves are also added attraction. Monkeys may create problem sometimes.

Thank vinaykulkarni75
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is definitely a must visit place on your Mahabaleshwar or Panchgani trip! It is the second largest plateau in Asia after the Tibet plateau. Horse riding is really good here since it is a huge open area. It could be a bit overpriced but...More

Thank EeshaVaidya
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

So we went to tableland as we were suggested by some people in our hotel, it was a very nonsense idea, the okace is fine, its a plateau and the view is amazing too, but its a chaos there, such random horses for such fake...More

Thank SHD23
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Asia's largest table land , a wonderful gift of nature ,must visit place for once. Easily approachable by roads from Mumbai/Pune/Satara/Kolhapur etc.

1  Thank maheshkumar p
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