Unique Places to Visit Near Mumbai - Part 1

Change is the need of life and repetitiveness a blight!! Who can comprehend this better than the enthusiastic traveller? When the travel bug has chomped you, there is no break. With rains round the corner, it's an ideal opportunity to design unique destinations close to Mumbai. You simply need to chase out spots which are least frequented, perhaps unexplored. The desire to put your impression on such a real estate parcel is relentless. So let's have a look at some Unique Places to visit near Mumbai.


Planning a getaway? Here are some off-beat places near Mumbai.

Wine Capital - Sula Vineyards (180km)

Sula Vineyards is a winery located in Nasik region and 180km northeast of Mumbai. An astounding spot for a weekend escape. Incredible view particularly post rains with lavish green slopes in general. The whole experience is truly pleasant alongside the visit and wine tasting. The café in the premises serves great bites combined with great wine. The view from the eatery is strange. You can get incredible snaps all around the estate. And I'm delighted to inform you'll all that the resort - Beyond by Sula and the Source by Sula is now open to staying. With all the safety precautions and Social distancing for our wellbeing. So what are you waiting for ????? Do visit this amazing place.


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Jawhar (120km)

Jawhar, located in Sahayadri Mountain range, is a hill station situated at a height of 518m. It is around 80 km from Nasik and 180 km from Mumbai. Situated in Palghar district, Jawhar is known for its beautiful setting and a lively social legacy. It is otherwise called mini Mahabaleshwar. It is one of the not many ancestral realms in Maharashtra and is popular for its energetic Warli artistic creations that are a trademark milestone of this spot. Other than journeying in the slopes, one can acknowledge and purchase the Warli artworks. Other than its scenic beauty, Jawhar additionally brags of a few fascinating spots to see. Jai Vilas Palace, the home of Munke rulers, Dabdaba Falls, Bhopatgad Fort and beautiful spots like Hanuman Point and Sunset Point are a portion of the must-visit spots in Jawhar.


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Malvan (532km)

Malvan is famous in Maharashtra explicitly for its watersports related adrenaline exercises, and this is actually why individuals don't generally allocate a particular month to visit the spot. The outlandish islands off the shore of Malvanvoffer energizing swimming and scuba plunging exercises as the absolute best activities in Malvan. Look at the activities that make the most extreme consideration here:

Karli backwater boating

Watersports in the Tsunami

Island Scuba diving in Tarkarli

Dolphin watching boat rides

Visiting Sindhudurg Fort

Parasailing in tarkarli

Fishing Trips Picnic at Devbagh Beach.


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Sandan Valley Trek (182 km)

Sandhan valley is known Wonder of nature and breathtaking of Sahyadri (Western Ghats) and is one of the must-do places close to Mumbai. Sandhan valley is situated on the west side of excellent Bhandardara district, close to Samrad town. The valley is encircled with powerful Alang, Madan; Kulang (Known as AMK-hardest journey in Sahyadri), Ratangad, Ajoba; Kalsubai (5400 ft. most noteworthy top in Maharashtra) mountain ranges.

A 2 km long, valley is splendidly cut with profoundly limited stone floor, weaving its way between the two high dividers of mountain extend. There are focuses on transit which are as limited as 3 ft and furthermore are the focuses where sunbeams can't reach. This is the explanation Sandhan valley is likewise called as Valley of Shadow. You start from one end, and to arrive at the opposite end, you will have cross 2-3 water pools (water level changes as indicated by seasons) with water coming to as high as to abdomen level during winter. Toward the finish of valley, you get to see the wonderful perspective on high precipices and profound valleys.


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