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From Adventure in Maharashtra to Wildlife in Maharashtra, this incredible state of India has a lot to offer. If we segregate the state’s name Maharashtra into two words, it becomes ‘Maha’ and ‘Rashtra’. In turn, it means huge state as ‘Maha’ means ‘huge’ and ‘Rashtra’ means state.  and as per its name Maharashtra has been grand in every sense since the time of Marathas and their ancestors. As much as it shelters wide range of population of all interests, it also houses a plethora of cultural, religious, artistic, natural wonders, there’s also sightseeing in Maharashtra. Be it shopping to your heart’s content or eating till your belly hurts, tasting the best of wines or witnessing some of the best exotic creatures roaming in their natural habitat, Maharashtra never seizes to amaze its visitors or the people staying there. In fact, it is one of those states which attracts one of the highest number of visitors over the year. Hence, the demand for Maharashtra tour packages always increases.


Providing an umbrella to over 25 cities and more than 40,000 villages, Maharashtra treats every instinct inside a person like no other place. Be it a vivid explorer who wishes to dig deep into the Maratha history or be it an adventurous trekker who wishes to witness some of the best natural views around the year this state offers it all in its best of versions. Mayanagri film city settled in hustle bustle of Mumbai or serene vibes of Shree Shirdi Sai baba, miracles of Shani Shingnapur or speaking walls of Ajanta Ellora caves, never ending valleys of Mahabaleshwar or the energetic Puneri dhol, juicy oranges of Nagpur or the Bibi ka Makbara in Aurangabad, Systematic management of Mumbai Dabbawallas or the hi-Tech Ahmednagar city, Maharashtra always finds a way to pull people towards it in some or the other way. You walk in with a city in mind and you walk out with a state in heart is the aura of this vibrant state or rather ‘Vibrant Maharashtra’. And it is also said; no stomach is empty and no heart in unfulfilled in Maharashtra. Clearly Maharashtra tour packages have more to offer than what meets the eye.

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  Trip to Tapola Iin Maharashtra Flat 20% Off 2D 1N ₹ 1575 5.0 star View Details
  Jungle Resort Amba Leisure Stay and Safari 3D 2N ₹ 5841 4.0 star View Details
  Tadoba Tiger Safari, Chandrapur 3D 2N ₹ 14000 4.0 star View Details
  Adventure Activities at Amba Ghat 3D 2N ₹ 3800 3.0 star View Details
  Koynanagar Trip in Maharashtra 3D 2N ₹ 1250 3.0 star View Details
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    Trip to Tapola Iin Maharashtra Flat 20% Off
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    About the Activity with Details: Tapola a tiny hamlet in the west is also known as mini Kashmir Tapola. Apart from all other attraction points, Shivsagar Lake is something that makes this place a ‘Hit’ for all its visitors.Enthral in various water adventures available...

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    About the Activity:Jungle Resort Amba; a paradise for those who yearns to enjoy all the marvels of nature.Stay in the jungle resort for 3 days and 2 nights; feast on the untouched beauty of Mother Nature.Go for a fascinating safari that also includes nature walk, jung...

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    About the Destinations: One among the 43 Project Tigers in the country, the Taboda Andhari Tiger Reserve in the Chandrapur distrit of Maharashtra is the oldest and the largest National Parks in the entire state and is best known for Tadoba Tiger Safari. Located centra...

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    About the activity : Your next holiday plans need to be set with an array of adventure activities at Amba Ghat! The lush greenery and the misty mountains allure you to a trance like state, so ensure to indulge in nature photography while you are here. Located on the Ratn...

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    About the activity / tour with details: Koynanagar is nested in the Western Ghats, this place maintains a pleasant climate throughout the year. Pleasure yourself with a stunning view of Ozarde Waterfall with Koynanagar trip. Pay visit to another major attraction spot ...

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    About the Activity:Cool breeze, mellow acoustic ringing, the smell of the sea mixed with a smokey barbecue The Little Gig Escape is  what you have been craving for.Join the good people as they host the most intimate gigs next to a beach, complete with good food, good wea...

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    About the Activity:Indulge in this one of kind activity at Anjanvel in Lonavala like never before with your loved ones.Reach the campsite around 8 am for a delicious breakfast and indulge in array of activities.Experience the excitement of farming activities like crop ma...

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    About the Activity: Embark on this ravishing trek to Malhargad, Jejuri and Purandar near Saswad, and Pune which provides you a thorough view of these picturesque forts and temples scattered on the ever so stunning Western Ghats. Malhargad also known as Sonori f...

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    About the Activity: Konkan is well-renowned for its picturesque beauty, and scuba diving here just made everything more thrilling.Scuba diving amid greenery, coconut trees, virgin beaches, waterfalls, mountains, and lush green valleys are bound to be a euphoric exp...

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    About the Activity: Let the wild spirit in you out with this Nagzira Wildlife Safari tour and explore the lush and forested regions of the wildlife reserve along with a few likeminded people. Nagzira, a hidden paradise of a tiger reserve in the state of Maharashtra is...

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    About the Activity:The pristine beach-side Malvan is an ideal escape with family and friends for a weekend of tantalizing adventure.Glistening waves offer enthralling parasailing and water sports experiences in this sun and sand paradise!You can even opt to embark on an...

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    About the Activity:Umred Karandala, a wildlife sanctuary near Nagpur recently came into lime light due to migration of a famous tiger from Nagzira wildlife sanctuary named Jay.The handsome hunk “Jay” is currently one of the most royal tigers in central India and is ce...

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    About the Activity:A golden opportunity to be a daredevil with an array of adventure activities at Diveagar!Indulge in activities like beach volleyball and other fun games, before embarking on a walking trail through the village of Diveagar.Partake in water sports such a...

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    About the Activity:Explore India’s exotic wildlife with a tour to the famous Tadoba wildlife sanctuary in Chandrapur! Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve is a pristine and unique eco-system situated in the Chandrapur district of the Maharashtra State of India. The reserve co...

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    About the Destination:   Matheran, a hill station located about 90km from Mumbai, is a sought after holiday destination in Maharashtra.  Declared as an eco-sensitive region by the Ministry of Environment and Forest of the Government of India, it is indeed the only hil...

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Situated close to the famous hill station of Lonavala, Lohagad is one of the most magnificent places to visit in Pune. Located on a beautiful hillock near Malavali, this place is one of the favourite destinations for trekking enthusiasts in Pune. Dating back to the 18th century, this place is an interesting visit to appreciate the charm of ancient architecture nestled in the midst of natural beauty.

Lohagad Fort offers an exciting trek where people can look forward to an adrenaline filled day. Surrounded by beautiful green hills, it also offers various delightful opportunities for photographers and nature lovers to appreciate the panoramic views all around.

  • Location: Lohagad Fort, Lohagad Trek Rd, Maharashtra

  • Best Time to visit: The best time to visit Lohagad Fort is during Monsoon season when the surroundings are most spectacular due to the rains and presence of dark clouds without the scorching sun.  

  • Entry fee: There is no entry fee to visit Lohagad Fort

  • Timings: One can visit the Lohagad Fort from 9 am to 6 pm


Pawna Lake

Enjoy the wonder of nature by paying a visit to the exquisite Pawna Lake when you are in Pune. Its paradise location is something that you will not be able to forget anytime soon. The setting at Pawna Lake is made beautiful with the presence of various tourist attractions like Lohagad Fort, Tikona Fort, Tung Fort and Visapur Fort. Its refreshing ambience makes this place a beautiful destination near Lonavala and Khandala to enjoy an idyllic weekend.

It was created as an artificial water reservoir and offers a soothing time to relax with nature. People keep flocking to Pawna Lake for its postcard-perfect landscape. The place is known for its wonderful climate and offers a serene retreat away from the noise of usual city life. Pawna Lake is also known to attract nature lovers due to the number of flora and fauna which can be seen around the lake. Some of the activities which you can look forward to enjoying at Pawna Lake are camping, paragliding, sightseeing etc.

  • Location: Pawna Lake, Pune

  • Best Time to visit: The best time to visit this place is during the monsoon season

  • Entry fee: There is no entry fee for visiting Pawna Lake

  • Timings: This place can be visited from morning till evening.


Sinhagad Fort

Literally meaning the Lion Fort, Sinhagad Fort is one of the most famous historical places to visit in Pune. It was earlier named Kondana and believed to have been built about 2000 years ago. Sinhagad Fort occupies an important place in the history of Pune as there were many important battles like the famous Battle of Sinhagad fought here. It boasts of a strategic location and is protected by natural frontiers.

The fort makes a mesmerising scenery with the Sahyadri mountains and serves an as popular place for outings in Pune. Many trekking lovers also flock the place for an enterprising day to complete a one day trek from the village to the fort. Some notable attractions which you can see inside the fort are Tanaji memorial, the tomb of Rajaram Chhatrapati, a Kali temple, some military stables and a brewery.

  • Location: Sinhagad Ghat Road, Thoptewadi, Pune, Maharashtra

  • Best Time to visit: The months of winter and monsoon season from July to February are the most preferred time to visit this fort

  • Entry fee: N/A

  • Timings:  Tourists can visit here between 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m


Dharavi Slum

Dharavi, Asia’s largest slum, invites many curious eyes because of the sheer vastness of it. It is counted among one of the places to visit in Mumbai because of the slum houses as many as a million people crammed in pint-sized houses, dirty bylanes, open drains, and extremely filthy living conditions in average.

Located in the very heart of Mumbai, the Dharavi slum stretches between two of Mumbai’s major rail lines, which is what makes it such a convenient location to travel for work for the folk who live here. In a city where rents are sky high, Dharavi offers rather low rent for people who move into the city.

You can find a room complete with a cooking gas and a small colour TV for as low as 185 rupees a month. Dharavi has many small-scale businesses thriving, manufacturing everything from garments to pots and pans. The products are sold in local as well as international markets, where they are exported.

The annual turnover for these products is as much as 650 million dollars a year. Visit Dharavi to see the lifestyle of those living here, for it is not every day you get to step inside Asia’s largest slum.

Location: Spans over 500 acres in the heart of Mumbai
Best Time to visit: October-March
Entry fee: No entry fee
Timings: Not applicable
Distance from Mumbai Bus Stand: 10.4 km from MSRTC Mumbai Central

Raigad Fort

Raigad Fort is a majestic fort in Maharashtra which you can see in Sahyadri mountain ranges of Western Ghats. The fort is a symbol of Maratha pride and one of the great reminders of the history of Marathas. It was named as Gibraltar of the East by the British due to its strategic location and one of the most important landmarks in the city of Pune.

Some main attractions of Raigad Fort are the Hirakani Buruj, Maha Darwaja, the King’s Durbar, Takmak Tok, Jagdishwar Mandir etc. The fort has become a major tourist spot for its trekking opportunities where one needs to climb up to 1737 steps and enjoy a breath-taking view of the landscape. For those who wish to give trekking a miss, there is a splendid ropeway ride to give you goosebumps as you move through the winds with an exquisite aerial view of the landscape. The place has been dubbed as one of the most exciting Pune tourist destinations for history lovers and adventure freaks.

  • Location: Raigad Fort, Raigad, Maharashtra

  • Best Time to visit: The best time to visit Raigad Fort is from November to March

  • Entry fee: The cost of an entry ticket for Indians is INR 10 / USD 0.15 and for foreigners, it is INR 100/ USD 1.54

  • Timings: Tourists can visit Raigad Fort from 10 am to 6 pm every day


Elephanta Caves

The Elephanta Caves are a major attraction in Mumbai because of its archaeological significance. This is where the caves are located, must have seen early settlements from 2nd century BC. The caves, however, are estimated to have been constructed sometime between 5th and 6th century AD.

One of the biggest caves here measures about 39 metres from the front to the back. The main body of the Elephanta Cave is about 27 square meters, supported by six rows of pillars. The caves show distinct artistic features from the time of its construction.

The caves feature rock-cut architecture, which makes the entire layout of the caves very interesting. The Elephanta Caves have a combination of sculpture art and aesthetic beauty carved into the rock formations.

This is what makes it popular among archaeologists as well as historians, who wish to find out more about the natives who moved on the Gharapuri Island (Elephanta Caves) in 2nd century BC. Come here to experience the ruins of an ancient world on the Elephanta Island, and see the caves and sculptures in their natural surroundings.

Location: Gharapuri, Maharashtra 
Best Time to visit: October-March
Entry fee: INR 10 (Indian), INR 250 (foreigner), free (child)
Timings: 9AM-5.30PM
Distance from Mumbai Bus Stand: 7.3 km from MSRTC Mumbai Central

Panshet Dam

Also famous as Tanaji Sagar Dam, Panshet Dam is one of the top places to visit in Pune for adventure enthusiasts.  Perched beautifully in the Sahyadri Ranges, Panshet Dam is a visual delight with a surreal landscape that offers a soothing retreat. Panshet Dam is encompassed by luxuriant hills and a number of thundering waterfalls that makes it a perfect place for nature lovers too.

Tourists here can look forward to savouring an adrenaline rush by partaking in a number of water sports. Some of the popular water sports enjoyed here are kayaking, boating and few rides like the banana ride and water scooters. Other activities which you can enjoy here are trekking and camping in the midst of nature.

  • Location: Panshet Dam, Ambi River, Pune District, Maharashtra

  • Best Time to visit:  The best time to make a visit to Panshet Dam is during the monsoon days or in the evenings of the winter season

  • Entry fee: During the weekdays the entry fees for an adult is INR 250/USD 3.75 and for a child is INR 170/ USD 2.62. For the weekends the entry fees for a child in INR 230/ USD 3.54 and for an adult is INR 300/ USD 4.62

  • Timings: Tourists can visit here from 10:00 am in the morning to 6:00 pm in the evening.


Red Carpet Wax Museum

As the name suggests, the Red Carpet Wax Museum is one of those tourist places in Mumbai that one simply cannot miss because the museum showcases lifelike statues of celebrities and prominent people from all walks of life, such as socialites, politicians, world leaders, scientists, social workers etc. The statues are made to be completely alike the person they have been constructed after, giving a very authentic feel to the statue.

Each statue is surrounded by the necessary ambience to give the statue and its theme a complete look and feel. Any individual can pose with the statues in the museum. The museum was constructed over a period of five years after which it opened its doors to the public in December 2016. The wax museum is one of a kind monument in the city of Mumbai, so make sure you drop by and catch a glimpse of it.

Location: 1st Floor, R City Mall, Lal Bahadur Shastri Marg, Amrut Nagar, Ghatkopar West, Mumbai, Maharashtra
Best Time to visit: Any time of the year
Entry fee: INR 250 (weekday), INR 350 (weekend)
Timings: 9.45AM-9.30PM
Distance from Mumbai Bus Stand: 20.5 kms from MSRTC Mumbai Central

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Traveller Tales From Maharashtra


Tanirika Adiga

13 December 2018

Came to Mumbai from Pune for some work and I wanted to explore the city, but didn’t really know where all to go, so I decided to book this tour online. The meet up place was easy to find, and I felt re...

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Dakshayani Naik

09 April 2015

Many unknown and unseen pictures of Mumbai was revealed during our tour. In today's world, we are so much attracted towards all the glamour and hardly bother about those faces who brings us these glamo...

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Deepika Parab

29 January 2019

"It was amazing experience of early morning cycling and a tour of inner parts of South Mumbai. Thanks for organising and making available such a lovely tour."



15 January 2019

I absolutely LOVED this tour. One of the must do’s in Mumbai. I was only in Mumbai for 36hrs and I’m so glad I included it in my time. The guides were so friendly and the spots were all so interactive.



14 January 2019

This tour was brilliant! Divit was an awesome guide - very knowledgeable and friendly. I ate more than I expected to and got to see a lot of the city. Food was delicious!!


Divjot Sinha

18 December 2018

Mumbai is definitely a city that never sleeps and the way the city feels alive at night, is definitely an experience you should try out at least once in your life. The tour was led by our guide, Sankal...

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Aditeya Varman

18 December 2018

I never knew that Pune was such a beautiful city, that too at night. We came from Bombay for a weekend and decided to try out this tour and we enjoyed it a lot. It was short and sweet, lasted only arou...


Shivakari Talwar

18 December 2018

This was a very well organised tour that was completely set up according to our schedule. We were picked up from the hotel by the driver, Lohit, who was also our guide, and the car he came in was actua...

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Bhardwaj Dhawan

18 December 2018

I've heard a lot of great things about shopping in Mumbai, but I also heard that the shopkeepers there tend to scam the customers all the time, so it was nice to go with a group and an experienced guid...

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What You Should Know More About Tours in Maharashtra

  • Q. What are the top attractions on a sightseeing tour of Maharashtra?

    One of the first places that come to one’s mind when they visit Maharashtra is Mumbai, but there is more to this Maratha state. For sightseeing around Maharashtra places like:

    •         Lonavala is the perfect weekend getaway destination.
    •         Mahabaleshwar is the house of valleys and the house of Mapro.
    •         Ajanta Ellora is the Cave wonder.
    •         Malwan,Kashid and Harihareshwar beaches are the Rejuvenating locations.
    •         Matheran is the Mountain Bliss, Kolad acts as the Adventure place.
    •         Raigad satisfies the Royal Destination mood.
    •         Manori is the blissful Vipassana home.
    •         Kothligadh has always been the trekker’s paradise and Neral is titled as Star Gazers Haven.

  • Q. Which are the best areas for a shopping tour in Maharashtra?

    Shoppers know that shopping is an activity with such a diverse range. Maharashtra caters to all kinds of shopping, Mumbai offering the hottest trends in the market.

    •         For the best street shopping and amazing deals on quality products, Colaba in Mumbai is a paradise.
    •         On the other hand, Palladium Mall in Lower Parel, Mumbai houses high end products ranging from Burberry and Jimmy Choo to Superdry and Steve Madden.
    •         If one is a leather aficionado, one cannot miss the leather market at Dharavi.
    •         A novelty market for buying vegetables of all kinds is the Mahathma Phule Mandai.
    •         It is a grand building in Pune with 8 entrances housing 526 stalls of fruits and vegetables. The building’s construction started in 1882 and took 4 years alone to complete. Until date, it is the cheapest place in Pune to buy fruits and vegetables.

  • Q. What are the top food tasting tours in Maharashtra?

    Exploring through the various cuisines even at the local reveals Maharashtra’s true identity and its culture. Many are not much aware of the Maharashtrian cuisine, there do exist a large interesting culinary.

    •         Famous for being a melting pot of cuisines, in Mumbai’s Fort area, one can taste dishes like Mughlai Tandoori Chicken, the essential Indian ‘Paan’, exotic fruit milkshake, Mumbai’s very own ‘Vada Paav’, delicious Kerala fish curry, traditional Iranian-Parsi Berry Pulao, and all-natural flavoured ice creams.
    •         During festivals like Eid, some of the streets in South Mumbai are decorated with lights and traditional lanterns, inviting visitors to try the specially prepared feast.
    •         Nashik, an ancient city of Maharashtra, has a slew of vineyards to choose from, all offering walking tours, wine tasting, and cheese platters. The locally produced wine brings alive the flavour of the grapes from farms nearby, and accounts for a major chunk of the wine distribution to the rest of the country.

  • Q. Which are the best places for a spiritual experience in Maharashtra?

    If you have come to Maharashtra for an experience your trip is not complete until n unless you visit one of these spiritual places. It is said that the state is blessed with different temples and shrines which are ancient and magical.

    •         Shirdi Sai baba’s miracles are famous all over the world and no soul has not heard about the stories of Shani Shingnapur. People have found peace at Vipassana Pagoda,Manori and have been blessed with prosperity at Mahalaxmi temple, Mumbai.
    •         You experience the presence of ‘Lord of the lords’ Shiva’ s presence at Trimbakeshwar Temple, Nashik or see people's’ “AASTHA” for Ashtavinayak temples (In and around Pune).
    •         Witness the power of Shakti Peeths (4 located in Maharashtra)Or see the “Asar Of Dua” at Haji Ali, Mumbai. Meditate at Sant Dnyaneshwar Samadhi, Alandi (Pune)or feel the presence of a father figure at Sant tuka ram samadhi, near Alandi.
    •         Hear the chants of Vithallavithalla at Pandharpur Temple or ‘Jai Ma’ at Jyotiba temple, Kolhapur.
    •         Get your wishes fulfilled at Siddhivinayak temple, Mumbai while you pray to goddess of Mumbai at Mumbadevi temple, Mumbai.
    •         Be it Chaturshringi Temple or Dagdusheth Halwai Ganpati Temple, Pune you won’t even bat an eyelid as you witness these divine temples.

  • Q. Which are the best cycling routes in Maharashtra?

    If you are a health freak and would like to maintain your fitness streak while exploring Maharashtra, we have some cycling routes which will keep you on the fitness route.

    •         Mumbai has got 27 cycling routes comprising of flat, uphill or downhill routes.
    •         Similarly,Kolhapur has 23 cycling routes,Dombivali has 12 cycling routes,Pune has 8 cycling routes and  Bhayandar has 7 cycling routes.
    •         All these routes are either uphill or flat depending upon the terrain, and people mostly come for cycling in the months of April and December. All in all, the state has 165 cycling routes for you to choose from.

  • Q. Which are the best wildlife tours in Maharashtra?

    When a state has Sahyadri mountain range at its disposal with abundant flora and fauna as its Kohinoor, it is bound to have some of the exotic jungles housing beautiful creatures.

    •         With so much to offer in its natural form which is so exquisite, it’s next to impossible to have some amazing wildlife tours in its kitty.
    •         You either stay comfortably at Forest escape resorts, Koyna or experience a leisure vacation at Jungle resort Amba leisure stay, you can hop onto a jungle safari at Chandoli National park stay or brisk away at jungle safari Wildlife tour to Nagzira. Most importantly don’t forget to go to Tadoba Tiger safari,Chandrapur to see the king of the jungle live-in action.

  • Q. Which are the best camping tours in Maharashtra?

    What are the things that are required for a memorable camping trip? A peaceful space which is lush green surrounded by nothing but nature and a serene water body nearby, and to top it a night sky filled with stars.

    •         Be it unwinding at Pawna Lake camping, Lonavala or doing bird watching while you camp at monsoon camping at Karnala bird sanctuary, Panvel.
    •         If you just want to do camping then Badlapur is the place for you. Talk about forest camping and Mandangad will lead the way, Adventurous camping is hosted by Dhak Bhairi camping,Thoran and serene Lakeside Camping happens at Bhandardara.
    •         If you want to combine Lakeside camping and jungle trek then Vasota at Satara Will take your heart away.
    •         Add a dash of rappelling to your camping trip and you will find yourself at Harishchandra Trek at Malshej Ghat and camping in Maval near Takve Lake Lonavala is rated one of the best camping places.

  • Q. Which are the most adventurous trekking tours in Maharashtra?

    Adventure junkies are always on the hunt for places that can give them the thrill, the adrenaline rush. Come monsoon season Maharashtra becomes one of those states that offer some of the most adventurous trekking tours especially around that time.

    •         Donning Sahyadri mountain ranges like a necklace the state has a lot more adjectives to add on to the experience of trekking. Be it Salher fort, Nashik District or Alang Fort, Kalsubai district, these places are more than just walls of a fort.
    •         When you head on to Tailbaila Trek, Lonavala Region or Kalavantin Durg, Thakurwadi these trek locations will make you wonder about nature's creations.
    •         As your compass takes you to Harihar fort, north Igatpuri or Harishchandragad, Ahmednagar District they sure will take your trekking shoes for a spin.
    •         Cut to Dhodap Fort, Nashik District or Jivdhan fort, Narayangaon you’ll see how it feels to be living in such a massive place and still have to trek to reach it. Challenge your trekking instincts and trek to Jungli Jaigad, Koyna Lake or Torna Trek, Pune district.

  • Q. Can I go on a tour of Asia’s largest Dharavi slum? How much will it cost me?

    Yes, you can. Everyone has heard about Dharavi being Asia’s largest slum which is also the heart of small scale industry in Mumbai, but very few people know that you can actually go for a tour around the Dharavi slums.

    •         With different tour packages starting from 900 per person one gets to see the life of Dharavi residents, what culture do they follow and how it houses different businesses.
    •         Also, you get to eat home cooked that is in inclusion with the package. And this tour will completely change the way you look at slums and the people living there.

  • Q. Where can I indulge in watersports and cruising on my Maharashtra tour?

    If you are a resident of Maharashtra or probably staying in a state which is near Maharashtra then you have to have to try your hands at the watersports and cruising on these locations.

    •         Swim to Kolad for River rafting, Kayaking, etc or dive in Tarkarli for Scuba diving and other water sports.
    •         Ferry yourself to Alibaug for banana ride, water-sailing etc or witness amazing corals at Malvan while Scuba Diving. Row towards Ganpatipule for row boating, motorboating, water scooter etc. or cross river currents at Durshet for river crossing, river rafting etc.
    •         Cruise to Mumbai for cruising, sailing, kayaking etc or rapple away at Bekare waterfall rappelling, Bhivpuri.