Standing at a height of 1294 m, the scenically blessed Babington Point offers the amazing views of Chinaman Waterfalls, along with the forested hills in the surrounding. Babington Point is the owner of stunning landscapes overlooking the beautiful Koyna and Solshi valleys. Whereas the winding pathways that reach to the point, provides the possibilities to admire the different species of flora and avifauna, and that is what attracts the trekkers as well as the nature lovers to climb up here. The quietness that one experiences while sitting on the resting benches and relishing the captivating sights of the ever enchanting nature is the experience of a lifetime. And this is what attracts many tourists to visit the Babington Point.
Near to Babington Point, there are bunch of the other points also like the Wilson Point (Sunrise Point), Carnac Point, Helen’s Point, Falkland Point, Sunset Point, Kate’s Point, Marjorie Point, etc. Other than them the places that resides within the range of 10 km are Venna Lake, Pratap Singh Park, Pratapgarh Fort, Mahabaleshwar Temple, Lingmala Waterfall, Krishnai Temple, Arthur’s Seat, Tiger Spring, Mapro Garden.
Babington Point is situated 2.5 km from the Mahabaleshwar market, which can be reached by an auto-rickshaw or taxi. Once you reach the base point, you can get on a pony or can trek to the point admiring the beautiful nature.
The suitable time to visit Babington Point is the monsoon months from June to November when the views will be more greener added with the living waterfalls and lakes.