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New Place: Tulja Bhavani Temple added in Religious Places.
New Place: Shri Dev Rameshwar Temple added in Religious Places.
Unique and offbeat destinations offering interesting travel experiences around pune
Located just 28 km away from Pune, the impressive Kasarsai Dam is one of the best places near Pune for a short and refreshing break.
Located in Maval Taluka, Bedse Caves are ancient Buddist Caves, built in 1st century BCE during the Satavahana Era.
A protected monument Bhuleshwar Temple is a stunning 13th century Shiva temple, famous for its impressive architecture and intricate carvings.
Situated near Lonavala, Bhaja Caves are a series of 22 rock-cut ancient Buddhist built in 2nd century BC, during the Hinayana phase of Buddhism.
A glorious piece of Maharashtra’s rich history, Baramotichi Vihir is an ancient stepwell situated in the village of Limb, 16 km away from Satara.
Chalkewadi Windmills Farm near Satara is a vast plateau covered in refreshing hues of green and dotted with pink and purple flowers similar to Kaas.
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kaas Plateau is a biodiversity hotspot famous for its seasonal wild flowers that bloom every year between August and September.
The base village of many popular treks, Dehene has recently become the perfect vacation spot owing to its offerings of stargazing, camping and fishing.
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’.
Velas is a quaint eco-friendly coastal village situated in the Ratnagiri district, known for its efforts of conserving Olive Ridley Turtles.
Located in Aurangabad, Chand Minar is the 2nd tallest individual minaret in India and one of the best examples of Persian architecture situated in Southern India.
Amba Ghat is a picturesque mountain pass on the Ratnagiri-Kolhapur Road known for its beautiful dense forests and activities like paragliding.
The toughest trek in the Sahyadris is at Alang, Madan and Kulang, three of the highest forts situated in the Western Ghats’ Kalsubai Range.
Dharashiv Caves are a series of seven ancient Buddhish and Jain caves located in Balaghat Mountains, about 6 km away from Osmanabad city.
Situated in the town of Naldurg in Maharashtra’s Osmanabad district, Naldurg Fort is considered to be one of the strongest ancient forts in India.
Situated 2 km away from Ratnagiri, the pristine Bhatye Beach is the perfect location for a refreshing and relaxing beach holiday.
Dajipur Wildlife Sanctuary is a world heritage site, often called as ‘Bison Sanctuary’ owing to its large population of Indian Bison.
Nestled in the Sahyadris, Amboli is picturesque hill station known for its dense forests, beautiful valleys and diverse flora and fauna.
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