Sir James Rivett Carnac was one of the few governors of British reign who had been prettily inspired by the pictorial beauty of Mahabaleshwar. As a tribute to this great lover of nature, Carnac point is named after him.
It is rest assured that the enchanting views offered by this point would hold one’s breath. Carnac point proffers the amazing sceneries of the majestic saddle back peaks and the precipices of Babington Point. Though obstructed, one can also witness sunset from here. Clothed with lustrous greenery, the ravines below the points are extremely beautiful in the month of October when the salubrious cold environments reflects the beauty at its zenith.