New Place: Yamai Devi Temple added in Religious Places.
New Place: Vihigaon Waterfall added in Waterfalls.
New Place: Tulja Bhavani Temple added in Religious Places.
New Place: Shri Dev Rameshwar Temple added in Religious Places.
Incredible camping destinations and experiences for happy campers
Built over the Ambi River, Panshet Dam is situated about 40 km away from Pune and is surrounded by the beautiful Sahyadri Mountain range.
Temghar Dam is an earth-fill and gravity dam built over the Mutha River, near Mulshi, famous for its natural splendor and peaceful settings.
Situated near Lonavala, the scenic Pavana Lake is an artificial lake formed by the backwaters of the famous Pavana Dam and is popular picnic spot.
Situated near Lonavala, the mighty hill fort of Lohagad is a famous historical site and popular trekking destination.
Located deep within the forested area surrounding Bhira Dam, the immensely beautiful Devkund Waterfall is a major tourist attraction.
Known as ‘Bharatpur of Maharashtra’, Bhigwan is a birders’ paradise famous for being host to Flamingoes and a plethora of several migratory and regional birds.
White Water Rafting on Kundalika River at Kolad is one of the most exciting and popular water adventure activities in Maharashtra.
One of the most popular trekking destinations in Maharashtra, Naneghat is a beautiful mountain pass located near the town of Junnar.
Set amidst the spectacular Sahyadris, Mahabaleshwar’s is a popular hill station famous for its pleasant climate, picturesque valleys, majestic peaks, cascading waterfalls and delicious strawberries.
Revdanda Beach is a picturesque beach located 17 km away from the coastal town of Alibaug in Maharashtra’s Raigad district.
The base village of many popular treks, Dehene has recently become the perfect vacation spot owing to its offerings of stargazing, camping and fishing.
Blessed with incredible natural beauty, Bhandardara is a spectacular hill station near Igatpuri, situated along the banks of River Pravara.
Situated at an elevation of 5,400 feet, the famous Kalsubai Peak is the highest mountain peak of the Sahyadris, often called ‘the Everest of Maharashta’.
The toughest trek in the Sahyadris is at Alang, Madan and Kulang, three of the highest forts situated in the Western Ghats’ Kalsubai Range.
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