Planning to tekking or shower below a waterfall or rafting or just hanging out it the most exotic places rather than mumbai? Then you are reading the right post. Below are 15 top getways you can visit this monsoon if you love adventures and monsoon.
- Matheran is the one of the most popular Hill Station in Maharashtra also the smallest hill station in India.
- Matheran region is best weekend gataway for Mumbaikar and famous for its rolling hills,lush green nature and toy train, one of the five toy train in India known as Matheran Hill Railway.
- One of the twin hill station of Lonavala and Khandala have a special attraction for Mumbai and Pune people.
- Beautifully landscaped of Lonavala, tall waterfalls and amazing drive through the Mumbai-Pune Expressway makes a perfect weekend monsoon getaways.
- The magnificent hill station of Khandala is located just 3 kilometres from Lonavala and 7 kilometres from Karjat at the end of Bhor Ghat, one of the major ghat in the state of Maharashtra.
- Khandala offers most fascinating places called Tiger’s Leap,Bhushi Lake and Karla and Bhaja Cave.
- Mahabaleshwar hill station is one of the few evergreen forests of India, located in the Western Ghats range in Satara.
- Mahabaleshwar is known for its unique points such as Kate’s Point, Needle Hole Point and 3 Monkey Point.
- It receives heavy rainfall during the monsoon and known as one of the wettest place in Maharashtra.
- The famous hill station is nestled in the middle of five rolling hills of Sahyadri mountain ranges, located near to the another hill station of Mahabaleshwar.
- Panchgani has so many tourist attractions such as Table Land, Sydney Point, Krishna river Valley and Mapro Garden.
- The place of lord Shiva, Marleshwar is known for its Cave Shiva Temple,Dhareshwar waterfall on the Bav river and the lush green mountain and hills. Marleshwar huge hills, lush green forest and natural beauty makes it very much popular monsoon gataways during the weekend.
- Bhandardara is another holiday resort village nestled among the Sahyadri Hills, located on the western coast of India.
- Bhandardara is known for its Sky-high mountains, roaring waterfalls and lush greenery around.
08. Malshej Ghat
- Malshej Ghat is one of the most dangerous and majestic ghat or mountain pass in the Western Ghats of range of Maharashtra.
- Malshej Ghat is famous for its lofty rugged hills and hundreds of different kinds of flora and fauna, especially the Avifauna.
09. Karnala Bird Sanctuary
- The Karnala Bird Sanctuary is located near to Mumbai and a popular bird watching destination for bird-watchers and hikers in the city of Mumbai.
- Karnala Bird Sanctuary is home of many species of birds and some time rare spotting of Ashy Minivet and Malabar Trogon also reported.
- What else is more romantic than watching the beautiful sunset with a bae. And then having a paav bhaji chat, faloodas and extra stuffs. Perfect delicious date
- Lavasa is one of the few planned hill stations in the country. You can also try other fun activities like kayaking, rappelling and even some trekking and rock climbing. The Varasgaon Dam is an added beauty to Lavasa.
- Jogger’s Park locatd in bandra is an really ideal place for couples if they wanna enjoy a beautiful sunset with a beautiful sealink view
- Rajmachi is popular among tourists as it is one of the spectacular fortified peaks. Rajmachi being a trekker’s haven is also a great weekend getaway from Mumbai.
- A beautiful tourist outpost in the backdrop of Bhor Ghat, Karjat is sought after by trekking and hiking enthusiasts. The undulated green plains, hilly terrains and valley slopes form trekking trails, which range from medium to very demanding
- Around 100 Kms aways from Mumbai, Kamshet is one of the best spots for adventure sport like Paragliding.
- Kamshet is perfect for ridge and thermal soaring and is ideal for basic, intermediate and cross-country paragliding expeditions.
- Kamshet is also known as the ‘Paraglider’s Paradise’, after becoming known for its scenic views that tourists can enjoy while paragliding.
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