Top 50 Places to visit in Maharashtra

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Best things to do in Maharashtra and sightseeing in Maharashtra

Maharashtra is the third largest state of India located on the western side of India. It is the largest in terms of population and is also rated as the richest state in India. It is surrounded by the Arabian Sea on the west and Gujarat on the North west, Madhya Pradesh to the north, Karnataka to the south and Chattisgarh and Telangana to the eastern part of it. Nagpur is termed as the auxilliary capital while Mumbai is the state capital along with being the economic capital of India. it is said that 19% of the economic contribution and 14% of the GDP comes from this state only. apart from hundreds of scenic and historic attractions there are a number of wildlife parks and sanctuaries too. Maharashtra state parks are also a part of the Project Tiger.

Mumbai - Maharashtra

Perhaps the largest metropolis in the country, Mumbai is a multi-faceted city with something to offer everyone. From the imposing architecture of Gateway of India to the crystal clear waters of the Marine Drive, from the modern architecture marvel of the Bandra-Worli Sea Link to the Elephanta Caves, the city brings the old and new together. It is also home to the very popular Hindi film industry and most Bollywood celebrities have residences here. The most famous spot here is probably the Chowpatty Beach, which remains packed throughout the year, especially during Ganesh Chaturthi, a festival which sees thousands of Mumbaikars get together to immerse an idol in the waters. The Siddhivinayak Temple of Mumbai is a famous place that is frequented by believers in large numbers on a daily basis. Lying along the salty waters of the Arabian Sea is the Juhu Beach, which is another popular beach in the city. The Essel World Amusement Park here is an ideal picnic spot to cool off in the hot summers of Mumbai. The city, being a metro, offers all kind of food from different parts of the world. The local pao bhaji and vada pao can be sampled at any local eatery. Popular restaurants here are LSD, Indigo, Cafe Churchill and Cafe Leopold.
Dr. Shveata Misra

30 Followers, 29 Reviews


Mumbai to Bangalore - Road trip II
Kashyap

32 Followers, 50 Reviews


Capital of Maharashtra
Saurabh Prasad

14 Followers, 3 Reviews


Best time to visit
January,February,October,November,December
Things to do
Beach,Historical Places,Luxury Holidays,Nightlife,Religious
Open Hours
Budget

Pune - Maharashtra

Called the Oxford of the East, Pune is a bubbling cosmopolitan city. A large student hub, this city loves art, culture and theatre. The Sahyadri hill range of the Western Ghats makes this destination ideal for hiking and wildlife spotting. A shower of rain brings the city alive. The Agha Khan Palace of Pune is a sprawling complex with emerald green gardens and sprawling lawns, perfect for a casual stroll. The Shaniwarwada is an ancient structure built by the Peshwas and the ruins of this marvellous architecture can still be seen in the city. Dedicated to the brave hearts of the Indian Army, the National War Museum is a popular tourist destination and houses militia paraphernalia. Those interested in meditation can get day passes from the Osho International Meditation Resort, which is very popular with tourists. Handcrafted beer, baked goodies at the Kayani Bakery on East Street and eateries such as Touche the Sizzler, Malaka Spice and Dario's will complete your trip here.
Amit

16 Followers, 20 Reviews


Back home.
Shipra Shekhar

348 Followers, 33 Reviews


Overnight stay at friend's place and leave early morning for Kamalgad
Ronen Chordekar

16 Followers, 6 Reviews


Best time to visit
January,February,March,October,November,December
Things to do
Arts and Culture,Family Vacation,Historical Places
Open Hours
Budget

Gateway Of India Mumbai - Maharashtra

This is the most important attraction of Mumbai and often the starting point of tourists. This was built by the British in the 1913 to mark the visit of George V and Queen Mary to then Bombay. This arch or gateway was inspired from the Triumpg Arc of Italy. This was a place from where most of the tourists from the West started their journeys during the British time. After the Colonial Raj ended, this monument was Indianized and now is a tourist hotspot. the gateway faces the Arabian sea and is also flanked by the beautiful Marine Drive. It is said that the last British ships, when they left India started from here as the British loved this place and it is till now a symbol of their victory over India though the Indians have now changed the notion along with the name of the city to Mumbai. The monument has four turrets and intricate designs on stone blocks to make up the whole structure. the architecture is mainly Indo- Sarcenic with touches of typical Gujrati architectural styles. The Gateway stands strong as the symbol of grandeur of the city as well as the blend of old and modern cultures here.
From marine drive, i took a taxi to gate way of india. I have been here before, lot of times with my brother when i was a kid and i have never seen it to be a quiet place. There are always 2000 people in any direction. You can feed the pigeons, walk around taj hotel, take a horse cart ride or get your picture clicked with this beautiful monument.
Manju Sihag

19 Followers, 17 Reviews


This monument was constructed by the British to commemorate the landing of Emperor George V and Queen Mary in India. The boulevard at the front of this architectural wonder is crowded with tourists throughout the year. On the other side of this boulevard is the famous edifice of The Taj Hotels.
Malab

225 Followers, 20 Reviews


Built to commemorate the visit of King George V and Queen Mary to Mumbai, Stands right Next to the Taj Mahal. Both the structure are the coolest. Even this magnificent structures light display changes from time to time. And if you visit it during monsoon., you'll get drenched.
The Wandering Wolf

498 Followers, 50 Reviews


Best time to visit
N/A
Things to do
photography, sight- seeing, history tours, boating in the Arabian Sea.
Open Hours
Open 24 hours
Budget
free

Marine Drive - Maharashtra

Marine Drive may be a picturesque promenade in Kochi, Kerala, India. It engineered facing the backwaters, and may be a widespread resort for the native people. Ironic to its name, no vehicles area unit allowed on the walk. Marine Drive is additionally associate economically thriving a part of town of Kochi. With many searching malls it's as a crucial centre of searching activity in Kochi. Major alimentation joints, as well as Marrybrown, DiMark, coffee house area unit gift on the walk. The read of the setting and rising sun over the ocean mouth, and therefore the gentle wind from the Vembanad Lake has created Marine Drive a crucial holidaymaker destination in Kochi. Hundreds of individuals both natives and tourists throng the walk throughout the evenings. The walk starts from the tribunal Junction and continues till the Rajendra Maidan. There are many boat jetties on the walk. The walk has two contemporarily created bridges, the Rainbow bridge and the Chinese net Bridge.
And at the end of the day, what else is required when there is a huge Arabian Sea around you – Marine Drive. The breeze which revitalize you again for the new dawn.
Neha Inaskar

35 Followers, 27 Reviews


From CST i came walking till i could see marine drive & then i got a 180• view of it. I walked as long as my heart desired. Its a very long stretch. I then sat down and had my brunch. How awesome is that!
Manju Sihag

19 Followers, 17 Reviews


Who doesn't know Marine Drive!?
Prateek Dham

1k+ Followers, 990 Reviews


Best time to visit
NA
Things to do
NA
Open Hours
NA
Budget
NA

Aurangabad - Maharashtra

Home to the world famous World Heritage sites of Ajanta and Ellora, Aurangabad is on every traveller's list. The city is located on the banks of the Kham River and is known as one of the most historically significant cities in Maharashtra. The Ajanta caves represent stories of Buddhism spanning from the period of 200 B.C. to 650 A.D. The Ellora caves were carved during 350 A.D. to 700 A.D. and represent the three different faiths of Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism. Aurangabad sees a lot of tourists from across the world and it is a great place for like-minded tourists to meet. A history lover's delight, the museums here will keep you super busy. Some of the more popular ones are Sunehri Mahal Museum, University Museum and the Chhatrapati Shivaji Museum. You must also visit Lonar – it is said to be the site where a meteor crashed on earth some 50,000 years ago and formed a large crater in the ground. The cafes and restaurants here are warm, welcoming and offer world class cuisines. Colourful, intriguing and vibrant, Aurangabad is a traveller's delight so if it's not on your list yet, add it.
Aurangabad is a good place to visit if u love street food.... WE had street sandwich which I think not a single hi fi restaurant can make... WE tasted almost everything there which was available on the streets. There are few historical places but govt is not maintaining them so no one visit them.
Punit Tyagi

106 Followers, 1 Reviews


Unlimited culture and histoy
Nehali Garg

139 Followers, 17 Reviews


#Food : Naan Qalia - Must Try. Naan is the bread made in tandoor (Hot furnace) while Qalia is a mixture of mutton and various spices. #Architectures
Kunal Dwivedi

126 Followers, 8 Reviews


Best time to visit
January,February,June,July,August,September,November,December
Things to do
Arts and Culture,Historical Places,Romantic Getaways
Open Hours
Budget
N/A

Matheran - Maharashtra

In recent years Matheran has gained such popularity that it's unmissable. A must on any traveller's list, it offers one a peaceful, quiet and laidback holiday. Situated close to Mumbai, this plateau is home to dense forests, waterfalls and the lovely Ulhas River. Matheran is a non-motorable zone and you'll be thankful for the quiet it offers even though it's so crowded. One would also spot a number of tourists from Mumbai, especially if you are here during the weekend. Matheran has a number of touristy spots including various view points. Though the best way to explore and experience this serene destination is on your own. Any direction you head in, you will be accompanied by dense forests, melodious sounds of nature and striking sights of surrounding hills. Some of the more popular viewing spots in Matheran are Panorama Point, Monkey Point and Echo Point. They are a must-visit and you should definitely include them in your itinerary. There are tons of great hotels in Matheran that attempt to offer visitors an exceptional experience with unique activities and experiences.
A small hilltop approx 2600 ft above sea level, has a different charm of its own. Being strictly a No Honking Zone, it has about 33 point view points around it. What does it have? Seriously nothing but just the various points which will blow your mind away. And Since it's a no honking zone, all you can do is either hire a cart, or a horse and if that doesn't satisfy you....just WALK around the woods. Dont worry of getting lost somewhere, you'll get proper directions any where in the woods. Untouched beauty of its own. A Perfect place for a Day Trip.
The Wandering Wolf

498 Followers, 50 Reviews


The name of this hill station refers to a jungle growing on forehead of another Hill. It's around a 100 km from Mumbai and 120 km from Pune. This place is one of vehicle free zone, if you are lover of raw nature than this is an ideal place to visit.
Upendra Manve

82 Followers, 1 Reviews


This Eco-friendly hill station is the most popular with the tourists.
Ruchika Makhija

584 Followers, 177 Reviews


Best time to visit
January,February,March,April,May,December
Things to do
Family Vacation,Hill Station,Nature,Offbeat,Romantic Getaways
Open Hours
N/A
Budget
N/A

Nashik - Maharashtra

Famous for its many temples and ghats, Nashik is one of the holiest cities in India. And for those looking for something more, there are the Sula Vineyards to explore. The eventful history of Nasik is evident in its various forts, including Harihar Fort and Ramshej Fort, that are sprinkled all over the city. The Sita Gufa or the Cave of Sita is believed to be the spot from where Goddess Sita was abducted by Ravana, while Panchvati is believed to be the asylum of Lord Rama during his exile. The Timbakeshwar Temple of Nasik is as much an architectural masterpiece as it is a religious centre. Carved intricately, this much-celebrated temple is perched on top of the Brahmagiri hills. Indulge your senses at the Sula Vineyards, which offer an insightful and entertaining tour that offers information on wine manufacturing and a chance for wine tasting. Nasik offers an impressive assortment of Maharashtrian food that is lightly influenced by the neighbouring states of Gujarat and Rajasthan. Popular restaurants include Barbeque Ville Veg Aroma and Aster The Coffee Shop. For accommodation, Nashik has options in all segments – budget, mid-range and luxury hotels.
Dr. Shveata Misra

30 Followers, 29 Reviews


Place where you will find many of vineyards
Mansi

28 Followers, 8 Reviews


Vineyard City
Nehali Garg

139 Followers, 17 Reviews


Best time to visit
January,February,March,July,August,September,October,November,December
Things to do
Arts and Culture,Historical Places,Religious
Open Hours
Budget

Leopold Restaurant - Maharashtra

In the Colaba area of Mumbai, this is a large and popular restaurant. Though the main reasons for which people come here are the lovely ambience and the food but the even more popular reason are the terror attacks that took place here a number of years ago. the bullet marks are still preserved in this cafe cum restaurant for visitors to see. Their specialties are beer of many varieties, Chinese, Continental and North- Indian Cuisine. a visit to this place is worthed during your trip.
Authentic old charm with yummy food.
pawar sheetal

560 Followers, 11 Reviews


Quite good, during those 26/11 attacks the bullet holes in the walls of this cafe can be seen even now.
Naidu Pothala

156 Followers, 8 Reviews


Leopold cafe is one of the most famous restaurant and bar in this place. This place was the first site where the 2008 Mumbai attacks took place on 26 November. The terrorists had first attacked here where the cafe had been very severely damaged. The cafe is always filled with many foreigners who love the ambience and food here. They love the beer here. Most of the birthday celebration is done here.
Ruchi Jain

502 Followers, 88 Reviews


Best time to visit
N/A
Things to do
dining
Open Hours
N/A
Budget
N/A

Bibi Ka Maqbara - Maharashtra

The Bibi Ka Maqbara is just a maqbara positioned in Aurangabad, Maharashtra, India. It had been developed by Azam Shah, boy of Aurangzeb, in 1678 in storage of his mother, Dilras Banu Begum.
Bibi Ka Maqbara is a not as breathtaking as the Taj Mahal, which it inevitably draws comparison from. Neverthless, it is worth a visit!
Nishant Shankar

2 Followers, 6 Reviews


The most beautiful monument of Aurangabad according to me. Bibi ka Maqbara is an exact replica of the Taj Mahal. This is the tomb of Aurangzeb's wife built by her son. The place is open till 10 pm at night but unfortunately there is minimum light in the compound. However, it was a full moon night and the monument shone brilliantly. This should definitely be visited in the morning.
Muktadhara Ray

946 Followers, 71 Reviews


The tomb of Rabia Durani, wife of Emperor Aurangazeb is an excellent example of Persian architecture. It is reminiscent of the Taj Mahal though less ornamental.
Shetty Raksha

280 Followers, 56 Reviews


Best time to visit
Arond the year
Things to do
Historical culture, photography
Open Hours
All Days 8:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Budget
INR 10/person (Indians), INR 250/person (Foreigner)

Ellora Caves - Maharashtra

Ellora Caves were created along an amount of about 600 years beween the 5th and the 11th centuries. They are today preserved as Artistic History monuments which keeps surprising people on the generations. These caves unlike the Ajanta were never discovered and are the exact same people that have been in historical days known as Verul Caves. The caves certainly are a several kilometeres northwards of Aurangabad and extend along 34 caves such as Buddhist Chaityas or shrines and Hindu and Jain Temples. The Earliest excavation that you will discover here is the Dhumar Lena in Cave 29. The absolute most attractive is however the large Kailasa Brow in Cave 16 which will be also known as the largest monolithic framework in the whole world. From the very historical days, the Ellora temples and caves have attracted tourists and devotees the exact same way as ever. Residing at Aurangabad Major is the best selection through your trip as typical Ellora Visits are structured from here.
As soon as you enter the Ellora complex, your eyes drift towards the splendid structure before you. It really doesn't matter if you worship the gods that the temple was built for. You will stop in your tracks and stare at the marvel in front of you, the marvel that has been carved out of one rock. The beauty seems impalpable, and it seems even more so upon entering the temple. The rock and stone at Ellora sing and beauty flows through the cracks. It's a wonderful harmony to witness.
Nishant Shankar

2 Followers, 6 Reviews


Ellora Caves took me about an hour to reach from Aurangabad. This is a world heritage site now and has 34 caves that were built between the 5th century and 10th century. The 17 Hindu (caves 13–29), 12 Buddhist (caves 1–12) and 5 Jain (caves 30–34) caves, built in proximity, demonstrate the religious harmony prevalent during this period of Indian history. The entrance to this site will directly lead you to cave 16 which is the kailash temple. This is the best preserved cave and is carved out of a single rock. The kailash temple is 2 storeys, the top most storey has a Shiva idol and a small chamber has Nandi , the bull. it is surrounded by a pillared corridor. The temple on the outside is surrounded by elephants. I clearly saw lot of sexual positions carved on the outer side of the temple but could not understand why they would be present in a temple. I came back and searched a lot of articles on the internet but none mentioned any of these carvings. (I have uploaded some of these figurines in pictures). Could it be possible that the process of mating was considered sacred and hence carved outside a temple?! The Kailash temples awed us so much that the Buddhist caves looked a little too simple and plain in comparison , much like the religion itself. There were only huge rooms inside with idols of Buddha. The jain temples are about 2 kilometres away and you have to take a bus to reach cave 34. The five Jain caves at Ellora belong to the ninth and tenth centuries. They all belong to the Digambara sect.[10] Jain caves reveal specific dimensions of Jain philosophy and tradition. They reflect a strict sense of asceticism – they are not relatively large as compared to others, but they present exceptionally detailed art works. The most remarkable Jain shrines are the Chhota Kailash (cave 30), the Indra Sabha (cave 32) and the Jagannath Sabha (cave 33). Cave 31 is an unfinished four-pillared hall and a shrine.[11] Cave 34 is a small cave, which can be approached through an opening on the left side of Cave 33.[12] Amongst other devotional carvings, a place called Samavasarana can be found in Ellora caves. Samavasarana is of special interest to Jains, as it is a hall where the tirthankara preaches after attaining omniscience.
Muktadhara Ray

946 Followers, 71 Reviews


tourist attractions in Aurangabad that have made it to the list of World heritage sites are the Ajanta and Ellora caves. The Ajanta and Ellora cave shrines cut out of rock, by hand, rank amongst the most outstanding historical tourist attractions in India. It is believed that, originally, Buddhist monks sought shelter in these natural grottos during monsoons and began decorating them with religious motifs to help pass the rainy season
Shetty Raksha

280 Followers, 56 Reviews


Best time to visit
8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Things to do
Photography, History Tours
Open Hours
6:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Budget
Rs 10/person (for Indians and citizens of SAARC and BIMSTEC Countries.)

Kashid Beach - Maharashtra

This is a beach town and the best along the Konkan Coastline. This is the cleanest beach out of all and the high waves of this beach make it perfect for surfers and adventure seekers. The beach is marked with white sand and blue waters. The sea is between two hillocks which have a number of Casuarina trees on top of them. The natural beauty around makes this place a peaceful retreat for people who want to escape from their daily routine and spend some quite time to refresh and rejuvenate themselves. The Murud Janjira Fortress, Birla Temple and others are other attractions around. Surfing here during the months of June- September when monsoon is at full swing can prove to be fatal.
virgin beach very clean
sameer bhalerao

200 Followers, 7 Reviews


People call it Mini Goa..
Sandeep yadav

184 Followers, 7 Reviews


mayuri

364 Followers, 41 Reviews


Best time to visit
October - June
Things to do
swimming, surfing, photography
Open Hours
Open 24 hours
Budget
N/A

Tarkarli - Maharashtra

Tarkarli is a village in Maharashtra and a beach unlike any other. Tall Shuru trees in the background followed by a narrow stretch of fine, white sand and crystal clear water make it the perfect location for a laidback weekend by the beach. On a perfectly sunny day, you can see through the calm and clear water of the sea up to a depth of 15 ft. The Karli backwaters on the other side are one of its kind in the state. The translucent water of Tarkarli makes it the only beach in Maharashtra suitable for scuba diving. This is also why the state's only scuba diving training centre is located here. Snorkelling is another option if you want to explore the glamorous underwater corals and fishes. The confluence of the Karli river and the Arabian Sea, Sangam, popularly known as the Devbagh Beach, is another spot that offers adventures sports such as dolphin and banana boat rides, jet ski and parasailing. Aimlessly walking on the shore would lead you to unexplored beaches such as Nivati and Bhogave. Besides the beach, the Ramnavmi Utsav in April is a sight to see here. Stay options here include the MTDC Resort and government-approved homestays.
The beach is serene and quit. It’s only 6kms from Malvan village in Maharashtra. The beach is very popular for its various options like scuba diving, kayaking and parasailing. The water is so clear here that you can see all the way to the sea bed. But if you are not in the mood for adventure then you can rent a private house boat which is equipped with all modern amenities and spend the night under the stars. Wake up and you are all set to enjoy some breakfast in the sunshine among the plush setting on the upper deck of the boat before going for fishing or bird watching. If you are in luck then you can also spot dolphins.
Swati Sharma

31 Followers, 7 Reviews


Shreya More

174 Followers, 4 Reviews


Tarkali beach is one of the best beaches that i have ever been to! This beach is so quiet and peaceful that you can hear your own thoughts!
Nicole Ferreira

117 Followers, 15 Reviews


Best time to visit
January,February,March,October,November,December
Things to do
Adventure,Beach,Nature,Offbeat,Water Sports,Rivers and Lakes
Open Hours
Budget

Sindhudurg Fort - Maharashtra

This fort is situated on a rocky island known as Kurte barely a kilometer from Malvan. This fort was built by Chhatrapati Shivaji Mahraj in the 17th Century when all his trials to win the Janjira Fortress proved to be useless. The main building material was sand that too was brought down from Gujarat. The main strength of this well- preserved fort are the thousands of kilograms of iron used here. The architect under whom the construction took place was known as Hiroji Indulkar and the king also took the advice of hundreds of Portugese experts whom he had invited to his court. A number of people were put to work round the clock for three long years to build this fort. The most attractive feature of this monument is the stretch of zig- zag walls and the pillars and bastions. Inside the fort still live twenty- thirty hereditary Hindu- Muslim families and there are also a number of temples inside. The most important out of all these is the temple where you will find the painting of Chhatrapati Shivaji Mahraj without a moustache. This painting is unique and is not found anywhere else in the world. Nearby this fort, you will also see the Padamgad Fort which is now in ruins.
Huge fort in Arabian sea
yogesh

37 Followers, 27 Reviews


Sindhudurg fort is one of the most famous forts built by Shivaji located on an island on the middle of the sea. You have to take a ferry from the Malvan pier in order to reach the fort.
Nicole Ferreira

117 Followers, 15 Reviews


One of the sea fort buily by Shivaji Maharaj on Kurte island
Sneha

227 Followers, 19 Reviews


Best time to visit
11:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Things to do
Sight- seeing, photography, history tours
Open Hours
10:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Budget
Rs 50 for Indians and Rs 200 for foreigners

Kolhapur - Maharashtra

Kolhapur, in Maharashtra, is a land of temples and regal palaces. The most revered of them is the Mahalaxmi Temple, which has a simple yet fascinating structure. Other temples here are the Temlabai temple, Jyotiba temple and the Bimkhambi Ganesh temple. The Shri Chhatrapati Shahu Museum, which was once the residence of the first Maharaja of the Maratha Empire, is a vivid display of artefacts representing the ancient history of the city. Take a walk through history at the Panhala Fort, which is an imposing fortification believed to have housed Chhatrapati Shivaji himself. Kolhapur is known for its spicy array of Maharashtrian food. Try some of the local delicacies at Padma Guest House, Waman Guest House and Parakh. Being a bustling tourist destination, Kolhapur has a lot to offer when it comes to lodging for all types of budget travellers. Don't forget to take back the local Kolhapuri Chappals, that make for lovely traditional footwear.
It is a historical place and has great temples too
Riket Shah

13 Followers, 12 Reviews


The closest central place, to cover the spots, in Kolhapur one can visit Mahalakshmi Mandir, Binkhambi Ganesh Mandir, Shahu Place, Rankala Lake. Also you can visit famous Jyotiba temple which is hardly 26 Km from the place all places can be covered in 2 days span
Prathamesh sathe

268 Followers, 32 Reviews


From Kolhapur to Malvan it takes 5 hours. There are two routes to reach Malvan- via Gaganbawada ghat or via Radhanagri. We took the route via Radhanagri village. The road condition is good. But the route has lots of turns and swirls. We left from Kolhapur at 7.30am and reached Malvan at 1.30pm. On the way we stopped at Radhanagri for breakfast and at backwaters, a little ahead from Radhanagri near Anuradha village.
Sneha

227 Followers, 19 Reviews


Best time to visit
February,March,April,May,June,July
Things to do
Arts and Culture,Food and Drinks,Historical Places,Religious,Shopping
Open Hours
Budget

Ratnagiri - Maharashtra

A lovely city in the Konkan region of Maharashtra, Ratnagiri is a port city surrounded by the beautiful Sahyadri Hills. If this is your first time here, you'll be spoilt for choice. Ganapatipule Beach makes for a great visit and is perfect for a leisurely afternoon. There is a Ganesh temple right next to the beach that is also worth a visit. The Ratnadurg or Bhagwati Fort, which is a beautiful structure constructed in a horseshoe shape, surrounded by the Arabian Sea, is also a beautiful place to check out. Thebaw Palace is another lovely touristy spot where the Burma King Thebaw was imprisoned. The palace is built in Pagoda style and is a must see. Bhatyachi Khadi is where the river meets the sea; the village near this place is Bhatye known as Bhatyachi Khadi. If you're here from March to June, do pick up some juicy Alphonso mangoes that the city is famous for. There are a lot of other scenic cities around Ratnagiri and depending on your mood, you can choose any of the cities to spend your vacations.
The Mango district
yogesh

37 Followers, 27 Reviews


A quaint little town in the Konkan area of Maharashtra. Ratnagiri is known for its pristine secluded beaches, luscious greenery and alphonsos!
Pramati Anand

2k+ Followers, 28 Reviews


Ratnagiri is just another town situated along the beautiful Goa-Bombay road. Goa-Bombay road is one of the best roads I've been to. All the green on both side and the awesome monsoon weather is just superb. Riding on MH SH 4 from Ratnagiri to Jaigad is a different experience alltogether. The scenic beauty is simply mesmerizing. Be careful while riding on this route though there wold not be any traffic but there will be numerous green snakes crossing the road.
Achal Gupta

181 Followers, 43 Reviews


Best time to visit
January,February,June,July,August,September,November,December
Things to do
Hill Station,Nature
Open Hours
Budget
N/A

Kaas Plateau of Flowers - Maharashtra

This is a bio- diversity Heritage Site and Maharashtra's amswer to the Valley of Flowers. This is also known as the Kaas Pathar and is given the title of "Switzerland of the West" due to the extra ordinary beauty of this place. This is a volcanic plateau with a palette of colors covering the whole place. you find a variety of flowers here which from a distance seem to be a multi color covering over the plateau. This is a nature lovers' paradise and a photographer's food for the lenses, this place is a not to miss during your visit at any cost.
valley of flowers
Kashyap

32 Followers, 50 Reviews


Natural Beauty of India !
Tanvi Nadkarni

707 Followers, 45 Reviews


The Kaas Plateau in Satara is situated in the Sahyadri Ranges of the Western Ghats and is spread along 1000 hectres. It derives its name from the Kaasa tree that bears white flowers only once every 7-8 years.
Elita

550 Followers, 10 Reviews


Best time to visit
August- October
Things to do
sight- seeing, hiking, photography
Open Hours
Open 24 hours
Budget
N/A

Mahabaleshwar - Maharashtra

Of panoramic views, perennial waterfalls and picturesque landscapes, Mahabaleshwar stands out as the largest and most popular hill station in the Western Ghats. Owing to comfortable temperatures, Mahabaleshwar is thronged by tourists throughout the year, except during the four months of heavy monsoons from June to September. Being the erstwhile summer capital of the Bombay presidency during the British Raj, this place has a lot to offer — spectacular sunrise and sunset viewpoints, popular one-day treks to go on, and boating at the Venna Lake. Additionally, tourists can retrospect history at the centuries-old Pratapgad Fort and savour some toothsome jams and marmalades at the Mapro Garden. One must not miss out on the famous corn patties and strawberry cream when in Mahabaleshwar. Should you visit in March, you will be lucky to witness the gastronomically delightful Strawberry Festival that takes place every year. Plan a weekend getaway to this hill station and you will be impressed.
BIKE TRIP IS WORTH. ROADS ARE GOOD AND AWESOME SERENE. >marpo garden is good : Real Strawberries ice creams. >12 point is good >ancient temple worth a visit. >best place to sit and stay or camping is nearby lake. soothing atmosphere.
Lakshya Kaushik

141 Followers, 1 Reviews


Famous Hill Station in Maharashtra well know for its Strawberry farms, Mapro Garden and Strawberry Fudge. Sajjan Gad - Mahabaleshwar: 66 Km
Prathamesh sathe

268 Followers, 32 Reviews


So much to do, No doubt this is a favourite amongst all.
Ruchika Makhija

584 Followers, 177 Reviews


Best time to visit
January,February,March,April,May,October,November,December
Things to do
Family Vacation,Hill Station,Honeymoon,Nature,Trekking
Open Hours
Budget

Panchgani - Maharashtra

Deriving its name from the five hills surrounding it, Panchgani is a nature lover's delight. Popular for its stunning beauty, peace and serenity, Panchgani is a favourite weekend spot. A small trek to Sydney Point will offer you picturesque views of the Dhom Dam with the river flowing along the valley. Besides this, Table Land, situated here is the second longest mountain plateau of Asia. For everyone who is interested in history, Devil's Kitchen is a must visit. Located close to Table Land, Devil's Kitchen is said to have been home to the Pandavas of the Mahabharata epic for a while. The Pāndavgad Caves (near Wāi) are also said to be built by them then. Parsi Point is another interesting touristy spot. It is the windiest part of Panchghani and is a part of the road which leads to Mahabaleshwar. The other attractions here include Bhim Chula, Harrison's Valley, Lingmala Point and Rajauri Caves.
The first thing that comes to my mind when i think of Panchgani is STRAWBERRYS! The place is drowning in strawberries ( quite literally). There are a few spots like Parsi point, Kate's point, Sydney point etc which don't exactly have anything to do with the names they are given as such but the view from these point are breathtakingly gorgeous. It is all almost the same picturesque view but from different angles . Another interesting visit here is the Tableland which is Asia's 2nd largest plateau . A walk till the end of the plateau gives you an amazing view of the surrounding mountains which somewhat resemble a miniature Grand Canyon ( or maybe its just my imagination running wild). So , if your a nature lover and just want to walk and explore scenic beauty Panchgani is a must go. It is best to visit this place during the monsoon season as the beauty gets enhanced by a floating layer of foggy mist endowing the entire view.
Lakshmi Menon

46 Followers, 4 Reviews


An idyllic choice for a leisurely holiday.
Ruchika Makhija

584 Followers, 177 Reviews


Parasailing in the Western Ghats could make you hold your breath, and how! Maharshtra which lies besides these ghats has various destinations which are great for parasailors! With the hills stretching out from Gujarat in the north to the Nilgiris, lots os sites have become favourites! Some among these are- Matheran, Deolali,Mahabaleshwar, Singhgad and Panchgani
Karishma

392 Followers, 51 Reviews


Best time to visit
January,February,September,October,November,December
Things to do
Hill Station,Nature,Romantic Getaways
Open Hours
N/A
Budget
N/A

Wai - Maharashtra

Mahima Nanda

110 Followers, 12 Reviews


The camping place is situated near Wai, at Dhom dam. Approx 5-6 hr drive from Mumbai
yogesh

37 Followers, 27 Reviews


Famous Ganapati Mandir
Prathamesh sathe

268 Followers, 32 Reviews


Shrivardhan - Maharashtra

Blessed with a rich cultural past and a beautiful coastline, is the city of Srivardhana in Maharashtra. The widespread betel nut plantations punctuated by the red-tiled roofs of the Konkani houses come together as a rustic visual treat and a very cozy getaway. The temple complex of Shree Laxminarayan is what binds the history of the Peshwas with this town. But what adds glamour to this city is the golden sands of the many beaches that stretch across the shore. There is the Diveagar Beach, which is highlighted by the humble temple, standing on the coast, dedicated to Lord Ganesha. The Kondivali Beach is famous for water sports such as paragliding and surfing, and also the quick treks across the cliffs on the coast. The Harihareshwar Beach is ideal if you like relaxing by the beach with some lip-smacking seafood. There are many luxurious resorts that are surrounded by the turquoise blue sea such as the Shree Ganesh Beach Resort or Subhan Beach Resort. To wake up to the sparkling waters in the morning sun, almost touching the gates of the resort, is no less than a magical experience to start the day with.
beach holiday destination away from crowded commercialised beaches
Priyanka Telang

380 Followers, 47 Reviews


untouched beach with nice maintainance
sameer bhalerao

200 Followers, 7 Reviews


Prathamesh sathe

268 Followers, 32 Reviews


Best time to visit
January,February,March,August,September,October,November,December
Things to do
Beach,Nature,Offbeat,Water Sports
Open Hours
Budget

Diveagar Beach - Maharashtra

This is a beach town and also a place of worship. The Diveagar Beach is known for its clean sands and white waters. There is not much you can do or explore here but this place is still a very popular weekend getaway especially for Mumbaikars. The Suvarna Ganesha Temple is a famous place of worship and also has an interesting story behind it. Once when there was nothing over here, a lady farmer named Pratibha was busy in her daily work. While ploughing the field she got a copper box which was buried deep down and came up due to repeated ploughing. Inside this box was an idol of Lord Ganesha covered completely with gold and also withe a mask made of gold. The idol weighed about 12 kg. There was then built the temple of the Suvarna Ganesha which is still very popular.
an amazing time to calm yourself and get away from all the hustle
Apoorva Mehta

218 Followers, 9 Reviews


Prathamesh sathe

268 Followers, 32 Reviews


Awesome beach , great food and adventure sorts.
Shikha Bhatt

246 Followers, 9 Reviews


Best time to visit
N/A
Things to do
beaches
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N/A
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N/A

Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus - Maharashtra

Earlier known as the Victoria Terminus, This is one of the best examples of Victorian- Gothic art and architecture in India. This terminus is the main reason for Mumbai being the gothic city till today. The combination of European architecture with Indian art is the reason this station is very close to palatial designs found at many places in India. The domes, turrets, walls and the floor planning are all grand. The construction of this terminus started in 1878 and went on for around 10 years. The English architects worked hand-in-hand with Indian artisans and craftsmen to create which is till today a prized possession of Mumbai. The design is also somewhere inspired from Italian Medieval structures.
My friend dropped me at sion station & i got a ticket for CST from there. Mumbai local finally!! Its magic that one second you are standing outside looking at the crowd thinking if you will manage to get in & 20 seconds later you are so deep inside now that you can't find a way out. After 2-3 stops most of the crowd got out and i got place to stand at the door. Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus is a UNESCO site. It is one of the best railway station in india.
Manju Sihag

19 Followers, 17 Reviews


Busiest place in India.
Prateek Dham

1k+ Followers, 990 Reviews


Iconic Victoria terminus and Central Railway's Head quarter.
Prathamesh sathe

268 Followers, 32 Reviews


Best time to visit
N/A
Things to do
Transport
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Also known as the Rajiv Gandhi Sea Link, this is a cable stay bridge which was erected by the Maharashtra State Road Development Corporation. This bridge links Bandra on the Western Suburbs of Mumbai and Worli in South Mumbai. In future this bridge is suppossed to link the Western Suburbs of Mumbai to Nariman Pint, which is the business district of Mumbai. This bridge reduces traveling time by about half an hour.
This sealink is just awesome.Must visit place in Mumbai.The most beautiful bridge i have ever travelled.Its architecture is fantabulous.There 2 -3 tollgates for entry fess but it still worth visit.
Pratik Jena

273 Followers, 21 Reviews


Feel the wind in your face as you drive by the Sea Link. A 5.6 kms stretch with the sea surrounding you and the cityscape beckoning you from a distance.
Priyanka Gogoi

190 Followers, 6 Reviews


Connecting North to South Mumbai, this bridge is one of the ultimate sights of Mumbai. Giving a beautiful panoramic view of the city of Mumbai, the Sea Link bridge is a major landmark.
Arushi Dutt

778 Followers, 101 Reviews


Best time to visit
N/A
Things to do
Transportation
Open Hours
N/A
Budget
free

Devagiri Daulatabad Fort - Maharashtra

It stands on a 200mt high hill and the only way to access the fort is through a narrow bridge and the fort is built very strategically, it is located in Daulatabad in the Aurangabad district.
Daulatabad fort is an impenetrable fortress, and one can see why! Explore the fort and it becomes clear; the clever construction of moats enabled this fort to hold it's own against larger armies. Now, the fort is breached by loads of tourists and monkeys. Lots of monkeys.
Nishant Shankar

2 Followers, 6 Reviews


First day on the way to Ellora caves, we crossed the Daulatabad fort. Sadly due to less time, we could see it only from outside. One good thing that happened is I got an 18th century coin from a collector here.
Muktadhara Ray

946 Followers, 71 Reviews


The magnificent Daulatabad Fort, once known as 'Devgiri' stands on a hill just 13 km. from Aurangabad was given the name Daulatabad, the 'city of fortune', by Muhammad Tughlaq, Sultan of Delhi who made a debacle trying to shift the capital from Delhi to Daulatabad.This fort is considered as one of the oldest existing and invincible forts of India.
Shetty Raksha

280 Followers, 56 Reviews


Best time to visit
N/A
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Ellora - Maharashtra

We've all heard numerous stories about the enchanting twin caves of Ajanta and Ellora. Located about 30 km from Aurangabad, Ellora is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. There are a total of 34 caves in Ellora that are inspired by Buddhist architecture and are a delight for history buffs, art lovers, photographers and explorers. Quiet, serene and extremely pleasing, Ellora should be on every traveller's list! Do visit the stunning Kailasa Temple in Ellora's cave 16. Considered to be one of the largest rock-cut temples in the world, the temple assumes an overwhelming presence and is a sight to behold. It is an attempt to replicate the temple at Mount Kailasa, the abode of Lord Shiva and for tourists visiting, it truly does seem like an impression. There are a few other places to see in Ellora including waterfalls and temples, though every touristy spot is connected to the caves and it'll be quite a surprise if you do find time to visit other places! The caves can take up to 3 days if you want to explore them thoroughly and enjoy the art and architecture. Do remember that the caves are closed on Tuesday, but open on all national holidays. You don't have to worry about places to stay here since there are tons of wonderful hotels in Ellora, including the Ellora Heritage Resort. Incase you are looking for a homestay, do check out a few reviews before you take your pick!
To visit Ellora, set up camp in Aurangabad, a distance of a mere 30 kilometers. This architectural wonder's most interesting facet is that it is a monolithic structure, that is, it has been carved out of a single block of stone, in this case, the Charanandri Hills. The UNESCO World Heritage site, dating back to the 5th century, was constructed for almost four hundred years. It contains Buddhist monasteries or viharas, as well as caves depicting scenes related to the Hindu and Jain faith. The Kailasa Temple is the centerpiece of the grandeur that is Ellora. It depicts Mount Kailasa, said to be the place where Lord Shiva of the Hindu pantheon resides. The temple appears to have several layers whereas it is carved out of a single rock. A single day's visit is not sufficient to take it all in. Allow yourself at least two days to explore this historical site.
Sarbajaya Bhattacharya

978 Followers, 32 Reviews


Take a half-day sightseeing tour of the Ellora temple complex (30 km away) and the city, including Daulatabad Fort and Aurangzeb's tomb. In the evening, transfer to the airport for your flight out.
Nomad Travels

148 Followers, 55 Reviews


Partha Sadhukhan

78 Followers, 4 Reviews


Best time to visit
January,February,March,October,November,December
Things to do
Arts and Culture,Historical Places
Open Hours
Budget

Ajanta Caves - Maharashtra

This is also a cave complex around Aurangabad unlike the Ellora Caves which are inside Aurangabad. These date back to 100 BC and are around 600 years older than the Ellora Caves. There is a huge horseshoe shaped rock which encompasses all thirthy Buddhist Chaityas and Viharas which have incredible sculptures and paintings on them which look much ahead of the time. The sculptures here apart from Buddhism represent exotic facts about the relationship between a man and his woman. The paintings and sculptures of men and women in various poses look extremely graceful and the popularity of Buddhism is evident here too. The standing statue of Sahyadri style Buddha is a remarkable attraction here. These caves were almost accidentally discovered in the 19th century by a group of British officers out for some survey here. The caves are now under the supervision of the archeological Survey of India.
I arrived at Ajanta by car and bus, but never truly left. The caves are cut across the hill which is shaped like a horseshoe, and not all of them are complete. What I loved about Ajanta was not only it's grandeur, which becomes obvious once you step into the complex, but the utter individuality possessed by each cave. The intricate carvings, the fact that every painting held a story (for example, there was a painting in which two Persians wore socks. Blue socks made from lapis lazuli. Tell me if that isn't interesting!) and of course the complete peace the caves offer.
Nishant Shankar

2 Followers, 6 Reviews


The journey to the Ajanta Caves proved to be very hectic. It is about 110 kilometres from Aurangabad.On reaching the entrance, you have to pay for both entry and parking. Crossing the market area, you reach the bus bay. This market has lot of collectibles and interesting stuff. At the bus bay, there is usually a long queue but you don't have to wait for more than 5-8 minutes.The distance to the caves from here is about 4 kms. Where the bus drops you, you have to again buy tickets (10 rs per person) and one lighting ticket(rs 5) to pay for the light in the caves. There are 26 caves but spend time only in 1,2, 17 ,19 and 26
Muktadhara Ray

946 Followers, 71 Reviews


The Ajanta Caves are a series of 29 Buddhist cave temples in Ajanta, India, some of which date from the 2nd century BC. Encompassing both Theravada and Mahayana Buddhist traditions, the Ajanta caves preserve some of the best masterpieces of Buddhist art in India.
Debabrata Nayak

157 Followers, 14 Reviews


Best time to visit
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Things to do
Cave tours
Open Hours
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM except Mondays
Budget
Rs 10 for Indians, Rs 250 for foreigners and Rs 25 for cameras

Malvan - Maharashtra

If you love mangoes, you will love Malvan! Now before you get confused, Malvan, in Maharashtra is home to India's favourite food, the Alphonso variety of mangoes. It also has stunning beaches, a variety of water sports and places of historical importance. The stunning Tarkarli Beach is one of the most popular and the most visited, though surprisingly the rush of people will not bother you and you will end up having a great time anyway. To make things better, scuba diving is offered here and it is one of the better places in India to try this much loved activity. There is also a fantastic resort in Tarkarli and a small wildlife sanctuary close by. If adventure sports is on your mind, head to Tsunami Island. All kinds of water sports, from banana boat rides to parasailing take place here. Do also head to the gorgeous Malvan Marine Sanctuary. It is an unforgettable experience and you may get a glimpse of some sea creatures, such as anemones, mollusks, oysters, corals and seaweed. Tarkarli is home to a number of resorts and if you are coming from Pune, driving down would be the best option. Not only is it the quickest way to reach, it's also the most gorgeous. The resorts here range from luxurious to budget, so pick one that suits you.
Aditi Pandya

335 Followers, 21 Reviews


Malvan is a fishing port town in Konkan region of Maharashtra. Malvan has got very nice sea-shore. But it is mainly known for famous "Sindhudurg fort". From Kolhapur, Malvan is around 160km, from Pune it is around 400km. You can take a halt at Kolhapur and then proceed to Malvan. From Pune, Kolhapur is at 4 hrs distance. What to eat: Malvan is famous for its sea food. You will get variety of fishes to try- Surmai, Pompreft, Bangda, parwns and so on. Solkadhi- it is a type of curry made from coconut milk and kokam. Vegetarians can try Kaju usal and Kaju masala. Where to eat: Hotel Sagar Kinar- little expensive but serves on of the best solkadhi Hotel Only Fish- comparatively cheaper. One of the best place to try fish. Other places I have heard of are Hotel Chaitanya Where to stay: Fort View Bed and Breakfast(Home stay) Hotel Sagar Sparsh Hotel Sagar Kinara The above mentioned home stays and hotels have sea facing rooms. Places to see: Tarkarli beach Devbagh beach Chivla beach Tsunami island Rock garden Sindhudurg fort Things to do: Scuba diving and snorkeling
Sneha

227 Followers, 19 Reviews


Malvan is a town in Sindhudurg District, Maharashtra. Malvan is famous for its beautiful beaches, historic forts and adventure avenues. The place is perfect for water sports like scuba diving. The most famous beach is Tarkarli beach.
Nancy Nance

767 Followers, 187 Reviews


Best time to visit
January,February,March,April,May,October,November,December
Things to do
Adventure,Beach,Extreme Sports,Family Vacation,Nightlife,Water Sports
Open Hours
N/A
Budget
N/A

Aare Ware Beach - Maharashtra

This is a serene sea beach that has recently carved out a niche for itself in the itinerary lists of tourists. This beach is a part of Ratnagiri and is very close to the famous Ganpatipule. There is also a road now which joins Ratnagiri and Ganpatipule and is just by the sea line. The sea is quite wild with high waves and thus swimming is not at all a safe option. Besides, you will not have any other amenities around except the cool sea breeze and the beautiful sceneries.
This place is Nirvana. I kept coming back to this place often.
yogesh

37 Followers, 27 Reviews


Sneha Reddy

451 Followers, 24 Reviews


Place with clean beach & great food
Manish

350 Followers, 38 Reviews


Best time to visit
Mid- October- May
Things to do
sight- seeing, photography
Open Hours
24 hours
Budget
Free

Sinhagad Fort - Maharashtra

Honestly, tell me, what do you think about a mountains? Honestly, tell me, what do you think about a fort on the the top of mountains?Isn't it incredible? Sinhagad fort is just 30 Kms away from Central Pune and is a a very popular fort, like everyone in Pune knows about this place. Its Height above sea level is 4320 feet and up on the majestic mountains, it has its own glory. But let me tell you a secret, the best time to visit this place is evening hours or early morning. Best thing to do at this place is to trek to the top of the hill and embrace the majestic crimson skies and vistas of Pune. And don't forget to eat 'Pitla Bhakri' and 'Kandha Bhajji' as they are one of the most famous dishes from Puneri Cuisine . There are numerous stalls insidefort and also at the entarance that sells the famous 'Pitla Bhakri' and Kandha Bhajji along with 'dahi'. Enjoy !
Shivam Negi

71 Followers, 21 Reviews


My favourite part of the entire trip. This place is beautiful in monsoons with tourists and locals flocking this famous spot in pune. This place is especially cramped on weekends thankfully we chose tuesday for this trip and saved ourselves a great deal of pushing and shoving around. The ruins of the fort are located on a hill top. you can drive till the entrance of the fort or trek. Once you reach the entrance the only option is climbing uphill which frankly isn't much at all. As you escalate the temperature starts dropping, and because it was monsoons it got really cold, cloudy and foggy one we reached the hill top.The view from up there is breathtaking,beautiful mountains covered with lush green forests and the sky awash with such vivid colours.But once you have enjoyed the view the cold starts getting to you thankfully there were many shacks there serving hot tea with bhajji and their local cuisine. And i have to emphasise on the food which was so great that i can travel all the way back just for it. A simple homestyle meal but prepared and served with such warmth and love that it takes it to another level. And such great people.We had a great time, the kids had a great time thankfully despite the cold weather!
Jyoti Mahar Kundu

168 Followers, 8 Reviews


Early sunrays, omnipresent fog, soothing breeze, mid way on the mountain and greenery; I was relishing this experience. I felt the competition within myself, a contest with self to overcome the lethargy, a determination to reach the top and an urge for accomplishment. This place was welcoming my mood swings...this is the beauty of nature, you can be yourself and you can dip deep into your own thoughts.
Rutuja Patil

388 Followers, 32 Reviews


Lavasa - Maharashtra

Set against the Western Ghats and covered with a blanket of stars, Lavasa is a small town constructed straight out of a storybook. A unique place that can be visited all year round, Lavasa offers you a wholesome experience right from the chilly ride uphill all the way to the warm restaurants in its heart. Merely a few kilometres away from Pune, Lavasa is the ideal luxury weekend getaway for the people of both Pune and Mumbai. It offers you serenity and picturesque locales of gorgeous lakes and might hills with a slightly Western angle to it that takes you out of India. A complete destination, Lavasa had something to offer to everyone. In order to amplify this multinational experience, Lavasa also has various restaurants ranging from American, Italian to dynamic Middle Eastern. The adventurous will find their adrenaline amidst all the water sports while others find solace in the campfires. The town is beautifully maintained, and sunsets are draped lusciously in lights just as sunrises bathe the city in a charming glow. An indulgent happy place for couples, thrill seekers and a dream land for photographers - Lavasa is a must visit for anyone seeking a break from routine.
India's newest hill station. A private and planned hill station
Milind Gupta

219 Followers, 2 Reviews


Awesome place which adds life time refreshing memory to once life.
#the_life_chaser

143 Followers, 4 Reviews


The bike ride here during the monsoon is out of this world!
Ishita Shelat

178 Followers, 2 Reviews


Best time to visit
January,February,March,April,May,June,July,August,September,October,November,December
Things to do
Family Vacation,Nature,Offbeat,Romantic Getaways,Water Sports
Open Hours
Budget

Nagaon Beach - Maharashtra

A little ahead of Alibaug you find a peaceful and pristine beach which is known as the Nagaon Beach. It is one of the best beaches of Maharashtra and also very popular. The beach is not very clean but it is an idela option ypu can find from mumbai. Also, the prices of food and water activities are much lesser here as compared to other beaches of Goa and Maharashtra. there are a number of food outlets nearby too and the main activities that you can enjoy here are speed boat rides, surfing, sailing and others.
One of the places around Mumbai for 1 day trip
Amruta Navghare

128 Followers, 3 Reviews


SubChi

112 Followers, 8 Reviews


Nice cottages to stay and you can have booze at the beach all alone..
Sandeep yadav

184 Followers, 7 Reviews


Best time to visit
N/A
Things to do
picnics, water activities, relax
Open Hours
N/A
Budget
N/A

Tiger Point - Maharashtra

This is the highest point that the twin hill stations of Lonavala- Khandala has to offer to the tourists. This place is from where you get some spectacular panoramic views of the surrounding valleys and bewitching natural beauty. It is just a few hours drive from the main City of Mumbai and is a travellers' retreat. Trekking is an enjoyable activity here but having a vehicle at some point is necessary. This is because some attractions are quite a walk from each other. The other attractions here are the Bhushi Dam, Duke's Nose, Valvan Dam, Kaivalyadhama Yoga Hospital, Ryewood Park and Tiger's Leap.
Mesmerizing natural beauty, along with pakoda's. You see a deep valley from the top with water vapours rising to the top.
Anuj Niranjan

81 Followers, 1 Reviews


Tiger's point is a very beautiful natural landscape in Lonavala which stands at a height of 650 m. It resembles the shape of a tiger. There is a small waterfall near the landscape which flows during monsoon season only. The fog gives a picturesque view of the site. Long walks here is indeed very romantic. Once here, you don't feel like leaving this place due to it's ambience. Similar to this is the Lion point in Lonavala. Though we did not go to this particular place due to lak of time, People say that tiger and lion point are almost similar.
Ruchi Jain

502 Followers, 88 Reviews


Its an observation deck located at a clif-top about 500 m high. Take a deep breath among sheet of white mist and RELAX!
Ankita Misra

482 Followers, 70 Reviews


Best time to visit
October- June
Things to do
swimming, surfing, sight- seeing, photography
Open Hours
Open 24 hours
Budget
free

Kamshet - Maharashtra

The last stop before we reach our destination, Pune. Kamshet offers loads of fun for paragliding enthusiasts.
Khem Singh

5 Followers, 8 Reviews


Kamshet (Original name "Karmakshetra" which means the land of your karma) is a small township located off the old Mumbai - Pune highway (NH-4). The hills along this route are dotted with ancient cave temples of the Buddhist monks, medieval hill fortresses of the brave warriors and colonial hill stations that often double up as flying sites.
Shivam Negi

71 Followers, 21 Reviews


Kamshet is a perfect getaway for people who love to share a relationship with Nature.The beautiful view surrounding the mountains with the sun shining from behind its cover can take your breadth away.The clear fresh air can echo your thoughts and almost hypnotise you with Natural Beauty.Around 45kms away from Pune..this is the best trip to take for a perfect weekend getaway.
Sanjukta Paul

186 Followers, 1 Reviews


Gateway of India - Maharashtra

This is the most important attraction of Mumbai and often the starting point of tourists. This was built by the British in the 1913 to mark the visit of George V and Queen Mary to then Bombay. This arch or gateway was inspired from the Triumpg Arc of Italy. This was a place from where most of the tourists from the West started their journeys during the British time. After the Colonial Raj ended, this monument was Indianized and now is a tourist hotspot. the gateway faces the Arabian sea and is also flanked by the beautiful Marine Drive. It is said that the last British ships, when they left India started from here as the British loved this place and it is till now a symbol of their victory over India though the Indians have now changed the notion along with the name of the city to Mumbai. The monument has four turrets and intricate designs on stone blocks to make up the whole structure. the architecture is mainly Indo- Sarcenic with touches of typical Gujrati architectural styles. The Gateway stands strong as the symbol of grandeur of the city as well as the blend of old and modern cultures here.
Wow! I just can't express more than this, it just mesmerizes with its amazing beauty. Been here many times, but always as different story to tell
The Wandering Wolf

498 Followers, 50 Reviews


The iconic structure at Colaba “Gateway of India”, with the sea with a fleet of ferries, it’s beautiful. The roads are wide and nice, in the morning there isn’t much crowd. It’s a nice small stretch for a nice stroll to wake up J. I usually take a few rounds and just see the lovely view.
Neha Dhanani

171 Followers, 7 Reviews


Megha Jamb

199 Followers, 13 Reviews


Best time to visit
Open 24 hours
Things to do
photography, sight- seeing, history tours, boating in the Arabian Sea.
Open Hours
N/A
Budget
free

Colaba Causeway - Maharashtra

This is a public marketplace in the heart of Mumbai City and is also one of the most entertaining places here. The Colaba market is filled with shopping malls, bars, clubs, shops, restaurants and roadside stalls. People come here for various purposes and you get a lot of things here including fashion garments and accessories, handicrafts, souvenirsw, showpieces and what not. From here at a very close distance you can visit the famous Elephanta Caves and Bandra. Being at such a nice location, this place can be reached by anybody without a problem at all.
As soon one steps out of Mondies, one is surrounded with a row of road stalls, selling everything (clothes, shoes, bags, books, jewelry, accessories). The street also has a few brand stores like Levis, United colours of Beneton, Nike, Adidas, Puma, etc. It’s a bit of an art to bargain, I have practiced it for years :P. Causeway always surprises me with the kind of stock that it is filled with. Good quality clothes and jewelry can be found at a reasonable rate. Again a favorite with the foreigners.
Neha Dhanani

171 Followers, 7 Reviews


An entire lane of shopping, right outside Café Leopold that caters to every budget, style and taste. This stretch is very popular with the locals as well as the tourists. This place is termed as Mumbai's 'Culture Square'. You will find upmarket stores to shop from as well as small stalls where vendors keep calling out to you. It’s the place to pick up knick-knacks and hippy chic - with prices as low as your bargaining will take you.
sneha shenoy

225 Followers, 10 Reviews


Fake Antiques (or are those grand-dad clocks real?), Moroccan Lamps, Junk Jewelry, Old maps, Collectible Coins, Apparels, Watches, anything and everything you didn't know you needed but now you do! Yes, that's the lure of the wares at the Colaba Causeway. It demands your attention and more often than not, you give in to a bit of the hedonistic pleasures of shopping. In any case, a Rs.200/- John-Lennon styled shades is worth spending on any day.
Priyanka Gogoi

190 Followers, 6 Reviews


Best time to visit
11:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Things to do
Shopping, eating- out
Open Hours
9:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Budget
free

Crawford Market - Maharashtra

This market in the business center of Mumbai is also known as the Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Mandai locally. This is a daily market where you get absolutely farm fresh fruits and vegetables. It is better if you go early in the day as the items are even fresher at this time. You also get fresh fish and meat here especially the sea fishes which are in great demand in all Konkan cities. The nearest attractions from here are the DN Road, Mumbai Fort, Flora Fountain and many others.
This is another shopping destination many locals sprawl to for Christmas goodies.
Arushi Dutt

778 Followers, 101 Reviews


Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Mandai, Marathi: महात्मा ज्योतिबा फुले मंडई (formerly Crawford Market Marathi: क्रॉफर्ड मार्केट) is one of South Mumbai's most famous markets. It was earlier named after Arthur Crawford, the first Municipal Commissioner of the city. The Market was later named after Mahatma Jotirao Phule after a long struggle by the President of Mahatma Phule Smarak Samiti, Mukundraoji Bhujbal Patil. The market is situated opposite the Mumbai Police headquarters, just north of Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus railway station and west of the J.J. flyover at a busy intersection. The market houses a wholesale fruit, vegetable and poultry market. One end of the market is a pet store. Different varieties of dogs, cats, and birds can be found in this area. Also, endangered species are illegally sold there.
Shazy Buoy's Travel Diaries

509 Followers, 70 Reviews


The market is named after the first Municipal Commissioner of the city, Arthur Crawford and was designed by British architect William Emerson. The Victorian-era building whose edifice is a blend of Flemish and Norman architectural styles stands out in the bustling neighborhood. This market is one of the largest wholesale markets in India serving everything from traditional handwork cloth to exotic pets to fresh vegetables vendors to exquisite paper crafts.
Srishti Mehta

737 Followers, 60 Reviews


Best time to visit
11:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Things to do
Daily market
Open Hours
9:00 AM - 8:00 PM except Sundays
Budget
Free

Alexander Point - Maharashtra

Unlike most of the other lookout points, this point is at a close proximity from where tourist resorts are and thus easy to reach early in the morning. Early mornings are the best time to enjoy the enchanting beauty of the sceneries around and also go for a walk along the thick greenery starting from Bombay House. The fresh air and green views are sure not only to impress you but cure you of all stress that you cane here with. Alexander Point is a clean and beautiful place and thus a personal favorite of many.
After Walking through the Woods., it was funny when my friend asked Who was Alexander? And the answered, " He was Student from Xavier's who came here for holidays". About This Point; It's located in the woods with a perfect view of the Valley, and Rambaug Point towards the Right. Nature had taken a shower when we reached and showing off itself with the wind.
The Wandering Wolf

498 Followers, 50 Reviews


This place is good enough for sunset and sunrise view. One gets to get the view of almost all that there is to see in matheran, mainly, the lakes, the dam, borgaon etc. Trekking or horse riding is the only two ways to get there.
Ankita Misra

482 Followers, 70 Reviews


This point in Matheran is absolutely beautiful and enjoyable for nature lovers. It is a 15 minute walk from the main street of Matheran but the scenery visible at the point is just worth the walk.
Nathan Fichardo

190 Followers, 9 Reviews


Best time to visit
N/A
Things to do
Walking, photography
Open Hours
N/A
Budget
N/A

Charlotte Lake - Maharashtra

Charlotte Lake, also spelt as ‘Sharlott Lake'is one of the extremely most magnificent and graphic places found in the beauteous city of Matheran, positioned 1 KM from Matheran. The angelic Charlotte Pond seems extremely ostentatious and gorgeous particularly in damp season. Furnishing since the prime source of normal water for Matheran and the surrounding location, the Charlotte Pond also exerts as probably the most salient and important picnic spot of the Slope Resort. An traditional and archaic forehead dedicated to Master Pisarnath lies to the best of the river as the 2 most distinguished vantage points Echo Stage and Louisa Stage flank the Charlotte Pond on their left.
We did river crossing, and played a lot in lake water. As it was raining, this place added more fun.
Bhargavi Rathi

12 Followers, 18 Reviews


Can't ask for more, that feeling you get after a series of View Points and something different comes in for a change. Just perfect. You'll have three option at the Lake 1. Enjoy the view 2. Take a Dip in the Lake 3. Go for the Zip Line Adventure from one side of the lake to the other.
The Wandering Wolf

498 Followers, 50 Reviews


Main source of Matheran's drinking water. Okay-ish view.
Richa Gupta

252 Followers, 18 Reviews


Best time to visit
Arond the year
Things to do
sight- seeing, relaxing, photography
Open Hours
Open 24 hours
Budget
N/A

Bhimashankar - Maharashtra

Once in Bhimashankar,you can visit the Shiva Temple after climbing down around 300 steps.Temple was built in Nagara style and refurbished by Shivaji Maharaj as well as by Nana Phadnavis.
Ankit

108 Followers, 6 Reviews


Apart from famous temple of Lord Shiva, there is also an adventurous side to this place. Many people trek to 'Bhimashankar' to enjoy the beauty of nature along with divine enlightenment. Monsoon is the best time to experience the beauty of waterfalls and rough paths while walking towards the kingdom of Lord Mahadev (Shiva). Pure Serene, one can say!
Monika Shukla

228 Followers, 6 Reviews


The real deal is in the dense forest, slippery rocks littered with several waterfalls. Walk to the tune of the Whistling Thrush and try to spot the “Shekru” or Giant squirrel.
Sandeepa & Chetan

331 Followers, 13 Reviews


Juhu Beach - Maharashtra

This beach is one of the most popular as well one of the most post beaches of the country. You can find many celebrity houses and bungalows on the beachfront. This is also a favored location for movie shootings. This is not an ideal beach to swim as the place is very crowded. You can rather enjoy other activities here such as beach games, cricket matches, small picnics, horse and donkey rides, etc. The largest Koli community of Maharshtra stays in a place known as Versove which is at the northern end of the Juhu Beach.
Indulge in the variety of street snacks Mumbai is known for, and then make a pit stop at the beach to watch the calming waters.
Arushi Dutt

778 Followers, 101 Reviews


I was at Juhu beach where there was such beautiful sand and breeze and the sun was setting and there were people playing football.
Hrutika

164 Followers, 1 Reviews


If you are interested in people watching, this is the hot spot! And while you are at it, grab a chat or two from the stalls... they are delicious!
Priyanka Gogoi

190 Followers, 6 Reviews


Best time to visit
7:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Things to do
games, photography, picnics
Open Hours
Open 24 hours
Budget
Free

Sanjay Gandhi National Park - Maharashtra

This park is also known as the Borivali National Park as it is located in the Borivali Suburbs of Mumbai. The main attractions of this part are the tiger and lion safaris which attracts visitors since the park was opened. Buses take you through the dense jungle where there are about 12 lions, 8 tigers including 2 white tigers also. The trees here are mainly khair, banyans, teaks and other such tall ones. This is one of the most interesting places to visit.
A surprising boscage
Daya Ragunathan

4 Followers, 2 Reviews


Here’s the very famous location that all of Bombay goes to for their weekend. But if one is open enough to lose their inhibitions and simply wander into the jungle then they are in for a treat to seeing a different kind of beauty within the busy city itself.
TwoWheelsManiac

4 Followers, 4 Reviews


A central green oasis amidst the urban sprawl is Sanjay Gandhi National Park. If you want to hike or just cycle across natural habitat, while being right in the city, this park is the place to be!
Arushi Dutt

778 Followers, 101 Reviews


Best time to visit
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Things to do
wildlife safaris
Open Hours
7:30 AM - 6:30 PM
Budget
rs 36 per person entry free, Rs 61 for 30 minute safaris, Rs 30 for 15 minutes boat rides, Rs 5 per person for Kanheri caves, Rs 36 for shuttle bus

Shani Shignapur - Maharashtra

This is a village in the Ahmednagar District and is known for its presiding deiting Lord Shani or the personification of the Saturn Planet. The unique part is that the swayambhu idol is not inside any temple but in the open and is just a black stone. There are also no regular priests for puja as you can do whatever way you want to worship yourself and there will be noone stopping you. another unique feature of this place is that none of the houses in the village has a lock or a door frame as they believe no crime can touch their village ever. The nearest attractions are the Lord Datta Temple and the tomb of Sant Shree Udasi Baba.
Dr. Shveata Misra

30 Followers, 29 Reviews


The Shani temple is a very famous temple which is not to be missed.The village here is also famous as it has no doors.Don't miss out eating Golas(chuski).It is best gola that i have ever had.
Pratik Jena

273 Followers, 21 Reviews


Shinganapur is also famous for the fact that no house in the village has doors, only door frames. Despite this, no theft was reported in the village. However, in 2010 cash and items worth Rs. 35000/- were stolen for a vehicle and in 2011 second theft was reported. Still some villagers never keep their valuables locked. Villagers believe that the temple is an "alive temple", and the god is very powerful. They believe that Lord Shani punishes anyone attempting theft.
Monika Shukla

228 Followers, 6 Reviews


Best time to visit
N/A
Things to do
worship
Open Hours
N/A
Budget
Free

Harishchandragad - Maharashtra

One of the major attractions of the city of Ahmednagar, this is an ancient fort and a favourite of adventure lovers. This is mainly famous for the Konkan Kada which is like a challenge for trekkers and also the temples inside. The Harishchandra Temple inside is a favourite of tourists and the other temples here include the Nandi and Shivline Temple. This fort covers a large area and encompasses a number of other ancient buildings and palaces. The three peaks here are the Taramati, Rohidas and Harishchanra and the Taramati peak is the higehest one. The Harishchandragad Fort is on the Malshej Ghat banks of the Junnar Region. As you reach the top of the peak and stand in front of the fort, you will be able to enjoy the beautiful views of the Malshej Ghat, Jivdhan, Nane ghat, Kalsubai and many other places. So if you want to make your tour a little more thrilling then this is a must visit.
It can't be described. Just see the pictures, plan, and go there immediately.
Yashvardhan Rathi

62 Followers, 6 Reviews


A place to visit, not when you are low, but a place to visit whenever you feel to get in touch with nature.
Nikita shah

150 Followers, 9 Reviews


The Harishchandragad fort can be reached within 2hours of straight walk from the valley. It actually made our journey more thrilling, once we had to shelter ourselves in caves. There are numerous caves and enough to shelter almost thirty people in one. Traversing the rambled landscape and gorges was easy due to the inbuilt carved steps and the arrows engraved on stones for better directions.
Harleen Kalsi

2k+ Followers, 97 Reviews


Best time to visit
N/A
Things to do
Trekking, photography
Open Hours
N/A
Budget
Free

Maachli - Maharashtra

Maachli Cottages house remain, located in beautiful community Parule, on Konkan Coast and in Sindhudurg region of Maharashtra, offers notion of paying time in nature. The Maachli Cottages are conceptualized as Maachli which will be Malvani expression for huts produced on heights to guard the crop. While enjoying rich greenery at Maachli, beach lovers may also visit numerous shores as ‘Maachli house remain'is situated at around 15 minutes travel from number of perfect beaches.
The rooms! The food! The people! So warm :)
Roma Kandpal

15 Followers, 6 Reviews


Maachli is one divine homestay. Situated in Parule village on the Konkan Coast of Maharashtra, the name "Maachli" means "elevated huts" in the local Malvani language and that's exactly what to expect with a twist- four attractive hut-style accommodations built deep within nature, amongst the Samant family's coconut, betel nut, banana and spice plantations! Take time off and hide in one of Maachli's 'huts' to take yourself to a tropical paradise away from all chaos of the cities. The plantation is a few minutes away from a number of pristine beaches and the walk to those will be equally rejuvenating. The host family believes in responsible tourism, they love nature and they value their time on the plantation- more than anything. So you'll surely get some fresh farm food, cooking lessons, long walks while you share experiences and a bonus of a cool sweet water stream flowing right through their property!
Karishma

392 Followers, 51 Reviews


Best time to visit
Across the year
Things to do
Natrure site seeing, nature place to stay
Open Hours
Open 24 hours
Budget
Its vary from INR 500/- to INR 5000/-

Tarkarli Beach - Maharashtra

This is a narrow stretch of beach on the coastline of Maharashtra located 6 kilometers south of Malvan. The main attraction here is the clear waters of the beach and the beautiful sceneries. If you are lucky to visit the beach on a clear day, you will be able to sea the seabed from such a depth too. The Sindhudurg built in the 17th century and the Padmagarh are the two Sea fortresses which are also major attractions here. Apart from these, staying at the MTDC sea side cottages and tasting authentic Konkani cuisine are also a must here.
Definitely one of the best beaches in Maharashtra. It is very close to Malvan Town. The Sindhudurg Fort is clearly visible in the distance in the middle of the Arabian Sea. There is a beautiful resort run by the MTDC, where one can drop in to have a Malvani meal with fish curry. They have stay options too. We walked further down the beach to reach the end of the beach at Devbagh, also known as Devbagh Sangam. This is like a small cape or 'Land's End' with the Karli river on one side and the vast Arabian Sea on the other. One can sit here on an upturned boat or the sand and just gaze at the spectacular scenery for hours on end. Then one can walk through a typical coastal village where all the local fishermen live. A number of resorts are located at Tarkarli beach, offering stay options very close to the beach.
Sagnik Basu

1k+ Followers, 134 Reviews


This picturesque beach is situated at the confluence of river Karli and Arabian Sea on the west coast of India, around 550 km from Mumbai and 6km to the south of Malvan. This less frequented beach is a heaven for adventure lovers. Activities like snorkelling , parasailing and scuba diving are very common here. The most prominent attraction of this beach is its clear and pristine water. On a clear day, we can see the sea bed through a depth of 20 feet!
Kamalika Roy

766 Followers, 7 Reviews


Best time to visit
7:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Things to do
Photography, sight- seeing
Open Hours
24 Hours
Budget
Free

Tondavali - Maharashtra

Another precious attraction in the Malvan village itself, this is one of the cleanest beaches of all. The place is perfect to relax and relax a little more. It is very peaceful and also never too crowded and this is what makes it a perfect outing for small families and romantic couples. The sands here are uneven and there are crabs too so it is better to be extra careful before stepping into the waters of the beach. There are also a number of eating options such as stalls and shacks around and you get very fresh and tasty food here.
Our first stop. Reached there on 4th April after a long drive of 11 hours. Stayed in Kondavali village (Malvan region) with Arabian Sea beach in front & Kalaval creek behind. When you drive on the village road in evening you will see lot of people occupying almost half of the road & chatting. Wow. Kesari holiday beach resort - Basic facilities, Village Malvan food (Too good malvani fish dishes). Asked the resort owner family to give us the same food what they prepared for them. Freaked out with Tandlachi bakri, amti, sol kadi, malvani murgh & various fish fries during stay. Went on boat to the nearby island(? 10 m X 20m), Shimple point. A bit scary when you see water on all your 4 sides at few metres distance. The island was filled with shells. First time visited a Sangam (Confluence point). Sangam of Kalaval creek & Arabian Sea. Boat ride on confluence point was worth a experience.
Balamurali Rengasami

55 Followers, 7 Reviews


19 km north of Malvan, this deserted beach would add a unique touch to your getaway experience. Hike Relax Sleep Eat Any of them or all of them. Your call. When I first saw a glimpse of the shore from the end of the tree thickets, I could identify with a feeling of someone who discovers new land. Not a single soul here and the sand had just patterns of sea wind. Fine grains of soft white particles urged everyone to feel them without footwear.
Sagnik Basu

1k+ Followers, 134 Reviews


Best time to visit
7:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Things to do
Photography, sight- seeing, beaches
Open Hours
Open 24 hours
Budget
Free

One Tree Hill Point - Maharashtra

This is a bit tucked away if compared with the other attractions in Matheran. This is a hill point from where you get very nice views just like other places. You can hire a pony and take a ride till here. The only problem is that you are not allowed to climb the hill and the views become a little guarded when standing downhill. You can also do valley crossing for better views at a cost of Rs 250 per person.
On a Narrow Path that leads to this point, we dint make the effort to Climb up to the tree as the path that led was slippery. And with Strong winds Blowing, one could see stars in day light if he made any efforts. I Suggest don't try to Be Daredevil. Cool Point, With narrow path and Zip Line Adventure (charges Rs. 250/- per person) as a attraction this point will give you a coolest view the Ghat.
The Wandering Wolf

498 Followers, 50 Reviews


On the top of the hill can be seen a single tree of Jambhul standing all by itself. This forms the great cynosure for the travelers. Also this is the place to have the great respite from the rat race of daily city life. The ladder that leads to this spot is called as Shiva Ji’s ladder. Descent is hilarious. The discovery of this path is credited to Hugh Poyntz Malet. The walk through the road known as Shivaji’s ladder, going down from the hill to the plain is really a great experience. It is a good train fro trekkers. It is believed that the path was discovered by a British collector to Thane, Hugh Poyntz Malet. The surroundings are cool and calm. One can get a relaxed feeling while spending the pleasure times here. From the one tree hill point one can get eye feasting views of scenic spots such as tent hill and Chowk village.
Sagnik Basu

1k+ Followers, 134 Reviews


Best time to visit
N/A
Things to do
Pony riding, Photography
Open Hours
N/A
Budget
N/A

Ganapatipule - Maharashtra

At Ganpatipule, first we had a lunch at Malvan Katta. Since I am a vegetarian, I can assure you that it was one of the best homemade veg thali I ever had. Simple, not oily, not much spicy. And the best thing was solekadi. It was amazing. Must to visit sort of place.Then we headed for a mandir. It is wonderful temple crowded though, commercialized place. The scorching sun had withered us totally. And the savior was the tempting ice gola. In the hot sunny day, we moved from Ganpatipule to Ratnagiri. There we tasted the Haapus aamba. It was yum. After a long bargain we could able to get it. The day ended with a stay at Kankavali. The drivers were tired, so no option to go further.
Neha Inaskar

35 Followers, 27 Reviews


Sneha Reddy

451 Followers, 24 Reviews


Ganpati Pule - Maharashtra

Ganpatipule small town located in Ratnagiri district on the Konkan coast of Maharashtra, well known for historic Ganpatipule temple and Ganpatipule beach. That's why best spiritual & sea food destination.
Spiritual & best sea food destination
Manish

350 Followers, 38 Reviews


mayuri

364 Followers, 41 Reviews


Best time to visit
Mid October - May
Things to do
Worship, Beach Walk, See food
Open Hours
Open 24 hours
Budget
Free

Jaigad Jetty - Maharashtra

Jaigad Jetty is ferry services from Jaigad to Tarsaal, It reduces the road travel to 30-40 kms.
The day two was of coastal route and more exciting. While passing through the village roads, it was fascinating. What a feeling to have a fresh kairi by the en-route.To reach Ganpatipule, Jetty services were available to ferry people and vehicles from Tavsaal in Guhagar taluka to Jaigad port. It took around an hour to cross the 10 minute ferry travel as there was only one ferry for to & fro. Though we enjoyed that time too, the view at Tawsaal Jetty in the morning was lovely. Misty airy marine blue sea mesmerized us.
Neha Inaskar

35 Followers, 27 Reviews


After rushing through the most scenic route in our Itinerary we arrived at jaigad port where we have to board a ferry to take us accross the river. There is no bridge nothin ferry is the only option. Earlier I was sckeptical about ferry but seeing the locals boarding ferry with their cars and bikes make me confident and we loaded our bikes on the boat which took us further. 40 mins of ride on the boat and we were back on the state highway. From this point we decided to go back to National Highway and leave the beautiful scenic state highway since it's time consuming.
Achal Gupta

181 Followers, 43 Reviews


Best time to visit
Across the year
Things to do
Ferry services
Open Hours
N/A
Budget
N/A

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