JenJon Lake Vaitarna Resort is located in Igatpuri, in the westerly state of Maharashtra. Igatpuri is a small but beautiful hill station lined with rugged hills and dense forests and is a treat for the eyes. Surrounded by the splendorous Western Ghats or the Sahyadris, Igatpuri is a hill station that serves as a perfect getaway from the daily chaos and rush of cities like Mumbai and Nasik. This charming hill station adorned with beautiful temples and forts is also a popular place among rock climbers and other adventure sports enthusiasts.
Revel in a 365-day pleasant climate, in India’s very own rainforest locale and favourite hill-station – Igatpuri. Just 2.5 hours drive away from Mumbai, Igapturi is a strategically located railway hub as well as a popular getaway destination. Igatpuri is 2000 ft above sea level and it enjoys the privilege of a cooler climate, round the year.
Our guests would live the abundant life in nature’s paradise and be free from traffic jams and the stresses of daily life in a bustling city.
JenJon Lake Vaitarna is nestled in the heart of the most scenic of nature’s bounty, surrounded by the Sahyadri mountains, forts, lakes, forests of verdant greenery and cascading waterfalls – that are at the zenith of their beauty during rains. Our resort is located not too far away from the world renowned meditation center of Vipassana Igatpuri. In the vicinity are several tourist attractions like Tringalwadi fort – a paradise for hikers and trekkers, India’s most revered Shirdi Saibaba Temple, Bhandardhara Plateau and Vaitarna Lake.
Situated in a pictorial environment the Vaitarna Dam offers the stunning scenery of the undulating stony peaks of the Western Ghats. Constructed in the early 50’s, this dam site commenced an era of concrete dams in India. A lovely lagoon with a vast extend of black waters and flanked by deep woods makes this dam site a delight for the tourists. Besides its panoramic beauty it is biggest supplier of water for Mumbai and surrounding cities. Considering the increasing demand, a new dam was constructed on the Vaitarna River, which was commissioned in 2011. This is the second highest dam in the state.