Rawala, a small hamlet in Maharashtra’s Amravati district, is located about 791 km away from its capital city, Mumbai. It is a quaint hamlet with several dams in its vicinity. Tourists visiting this village can enjoy the scenic beauty of Rawala with its beautiful dams. Some of the cities located close to this village include Warud (10 km), Pandhurna (37 km) and Narkhed (48 km). The best time to visit Rawala is during the monsoon when the dams are full.
Places to Stay
Hotels are very basic in Rawala. However, its district headquarters, Amravati, has a number of options to choose from. Some of them are Ramgiri Hotel (Tariff – Rs.800), Hotel Indrapuri (Tariff – Rs.900) and Hotel Amba (Tariff – Rs.1,000).
Marathi is mostly spoken in Rawala.
Mahashivaratri in February, Holi in March-April, Ganesh Chaturthi in September and Diwali in October-November are some of the major festivals celebrated in Rawala.
Places of Interest
Rawala is surrounded by beautiful dams. The Nagthane Dam (1.5 km), the Pusli Dam (4.5 km) and Satnoor Dam (1 km) are worth visiting when you are in this village.
How to Get There
Nagpur Airport located 124 km away is the closest to the village.
Amravati railway station, which is 103 km from here, is the major railhead connecting this place to other cities.
There are direct buses from Amravati. State-run buses ply its buses on this route. When you are booking a bus ticket online, check out for the numerous offers that several bus booking websites give from time to time.