They are a treasure but sadly not managed properly There is a temple right in front that seems to attract a lot of locals rather than the caves
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We enjoyed our tour of Karla caves, seeing the temple and the monks quarters. A guide insisted on taking us from the parking lot-wanted 500 rupees. We said no, but he came with us anyhow and was really annoying. His only words were 2000 years,...More
This Buddhist cave is located on top of a hill. 300 steps will take you to the top. However, you can bypass the first 150 steps and reach the upper car park by your car from where you have to climb another 150 steps. Its...More
We went to Karla Caves on a Sunday. You should take the Karla caves exit from the Expressway to avoid the Lonavla traffic completely for this trip if travelling by car. One can easily go to lonavla station and take a tumtum till Karla too.You...More
We weren't disappointed after reaching the caves. It was raining, so we had to walk a little up the hill with water flowing across our path.
Climb nearly 150 steps and you are at Karla caves. One part of this is closed. Only a small part is allowed to visit. Nice sculpture are carved in the caves.
Karla Caves is an ancient site for Buddhist caves. To reach this cave one has to climb more than 100 flight of stairs( portion of which needs maintenance).There is an entrance fee. Aside from the main hall where one can see a stupa, the stairs...More
Karla caves is situated just around 10km from Lonavala city. It is located above the hill and car goes till mid way, from car parking till caves we need to climb stairs. There is also goddess Ekvira temple here.