Unique Places to Visit Near Mumbai - Part 2

A short excursion is all you need right now, to get rid of the pressure of your bustling metropolitan lives and your working environment. Mumbai is an aspect of the Western Ghats yet more significantly it's a spot surrounded by some popular and not all that well-known vacation destination, that is effectively available by street and not very far away from the city. So let's just pack our bags and head out for a solo break or with your family's at these excellent spots not too far, yet a long way from the angering swarms.


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Kolad (117 Km )

As you all know Kolad is famous for its white water rafting, it's a small town in the Raigad area in Maharashtra. Known for its waterfalls, green glades and pleasant scenery of Sahyadris, Kolad is becoming famous for its adventure activities as boating, rappelling, and kayaking. Kolad is at its best during the monsoons. Known as the Rishikesh of Maharashtra, the magnificent valleys and beautiful settings make Kolad a treat for nature sweethearts just as shutterbugs. Tourists can also go for some treks and other sports activities like parasailing and paragliding.

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Kamshet (110 Km)

Kamshet is a fascinating destination located at about 110km from Mumbai and 45km from Pune. Kamshet is a hill station in Maharashtra situated at around 2200 ft above ocean level. Delicious green spread, peaceful lakes and undulating uneven landscapes make it an ideal occasion objective. The slopes in and around Kamshet are specked with ancient cave temples. The best paragliding facility pulls in countless flying-sport devotees to Kamshet. Taking off over the Pawna Lake and skimming over the delightful open country, gives a once in a blue moon insight. If you don't have the stomach for flying, you can likewise watch fans, the journey up the Tower Hill, Shelar or Kondeshwar Cliff. Aside from paragliding, you can likewise visit the Kondeshwar Temple, Bhairi Caves and Bhandar Dongar.

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Bhandardara (164Km)

Situated on the banks of River Pravara, Bhandardara is a hill station settled in the Sahyadri mountain range in Maharashtra. As per a legend, sage Agastya pondered here for a year. Satisfied with his compensation, divine beings favoured him with a flood of River Ganga, presently known as River Pravara. Bhandardara is confused by journeying trails and spotted with fortresses. The well known Mount Kalsubai, the most noteworthy top in Maharashtra, is a top pick among travellers. The journey to the 200-year-old Ratangad Fort is likewise famous just like the trip to 6th-century Harishchandragad Fort. Favoured with rich greenery, Bhandardara is likewise a mainstream visit for sightseers making a trip to Nashik and Shirdi.

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Morachi Chincholi (190Km)

As the name suggests a village of tamarind trees and dancing peacocks all around. The town is near the Ahmednagar-Pune Highway, which is around 55 km from Pune and around 190km from Mumbai. The spot is appealing and settled in the rustic part of Maharashtra and is viewed as one of the most favoured excursions from the close by city of Pune. It is said that numerous tamarind trees were planted in the town during the standard of Peshwa line, and these trees pulled in the peafowls. As of now, there are around 2500 peafowls in the area. The peafowls can be seen moving throughout the day, the best time to watch them is during the early mornings or early nights. With numerous hotels coming up, these structures have developed extraordinary review regions which permit one to watch the peafowls from a good way. It's a One-day short picnic type of destination for all the nature lovers out there.

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