Lavasa is among the first planned cities in India, located in the Pune district of Maharashtra. It is located behind the Dam of Varasgaon, near Pune and Mumbai and is situated on the banks of Baji Pasalkar. The distance between Lavasa and Pune is about 65 kilometres and it is about 180 kilometres from Mumbai. There are five routes that lead to Lavasa from these regions.
Lavasa Cradled in a beautiful valley near Pune at an altitude ranging between 2000 and 3000 feet makes it an elevated spot of paradise. A 20 kilometre lake flowing between its banks makes it a destination that's both tranquil and idyllic. An allotted space of 25,000 acres makes it the biggest hill city ever in the history of India. But there's more to Lavasa than the embrace of the Sahyadri hills and the passage of Lake Warasgaon. It is among India's most well planned leisure destinations.There are 5 access routes and the best developed route is the Chandni Chowk - Pune road which is approx an hour's drive (around 65 kms.) from Pune and 3.5 hrs. (around 200 kms.) from Mumbai.