Trips and Itineraries for Aravi
A Solo Escapade to the Coast!
At a secret beach, you wouldn't believe its in Raigad.
Top Places To Visit in Aravi 3 Spots
We visited the Diveagar Ganpati temple, which is famous for the gold Ganpati statue that once sat here. It's a cute little temple. The next stop was the Harihareshwar temple which takes about 2 hours to reach. The scenery en-route is simply breathtaking. The journey is a full coastline view drive with some twists and turns of the mountains. You will cross Aarvi beach which also makes you fall in love deeper with the sea and the shore. It's so pretty that you actually feel so proud being a part of this country... Just that we need to take responsibility in keeping it that way. Harihareshwar temple is a 10min walk from the parking area and you can get good idli sambhar and wadas at the restaurants during your walk. The temple is also known as dakshin kashi and a pleasure to visit. The beach here was more crowded and less clean.Well this was the last stop of our getaway and the return journey started. But with a lighter mind and a lot stronger soul.This was the first time ever that I had planned something and taken responsibility from choosing the place to getting all the bookings done and I feel so happy to share the beautiful experience. Traveling and exploring always makes me happy and it sure does something to you. So take out all the fear and travel to explore someplace you have never been before.And BTW there won't be any sort of internet connection there so connect to yourself and people around you in a way you should.
Weekend Getaways from Aravi
105 Kms from Aravi
Best time to visit - January,February,October,November,December
India’s second largest city, Mumbai, previously known as Bombay, is home to a few hundred captivating contrasts and creeds. Mumbai is bursting with frenetic bazaars, shaded avenues thronged by commuters and roads brimming with traffic. The dynamic Maharashtrian metropolis is also a powerhouse of India’s business and trade sectors. But regardless, Bombay’s ethos lies in its biggest railway station - Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, in people-watching and eating bhelpuri by the iconic arch of the Gateway of India and in the exquisite Taj Mahal Palace, that holds a decade worth of stories about both Bombay and Mumbai. A few other places to visit in Mumbai city are Nariman Point - a legion of office blocks in the heart of the city and the Prince of Wales Museum for its eclectic architecture. Watching the sunset with a plate of vada pav at Marine Drive and experiencing the vibrant festival of Ganesh Chaturthi at Juhu Beach are few of the best things to do in Mumbai. One must also travel to Mumbai city to be dazzled by the country’s biggest, and most prolific film and media industry, wherein if you’re lucky, you might stumble upon a Bollywood star or two.