Hill Stations
Add: Karjat, Raigad , Maharashtra, India
"A picturesque town located between the Sahayadri range of the Western Ghats and the Konkan shoreline, Karjat is a popular tourist spot in state of Maharashtra. The tourist town is famous for attractions like hiking, trekking and rock climbing and is largely frequented during the monsoons. Peth Fort, Kondana Caves, Bhor Ghat and Ulhas valley are the most frequented tourist places in Karjat."
Add: Lonavala, Pune, Maharashtra, India
"Lonavala is located in close proximity to the town of Pune and Mumbai. Lonavala also houses several medieval forts that once belonged to the Maratha and the Peshwa empires. The town was developed as a hill resort by Lord Elphinstone in 1871. Rajmachi point, Valvan dam, Lonavala Lake, Lohagarh fort, Loin Point, Wax museum and Reywood Park etc. are the few popular attractions."
Add: Khandala, Pune, Maharashtra, India
"Located in the Western Ghats, Khandala is a popular hill station. Due to its close proximity to the populated city of Mumbai it has been one of the most popular hiking and trekking destination. Tiger’s Leap, Duke’s Nose, Karla and Bhaja caves, Bhushi Lake, Ancient Jail and Amrutanjan Point are few of the must visit attractions in Khandala."
Add: Mahabaleshwar, Satara, Maharashtra, India
"Mahabaleshwar sits at an elevation of 1,438 meters above sea level amidst the Western Ghats. Mahabaleshwar is also considered to be the source of the Krishna River and is said to have been sourced by a mythical cow shaped spout located inside an ancient temple. A wide variety of flora, fauna and natural attractions like lush green hills and waterfalls."
Add: Matheran, Raigad, Maharashtra, India
"Matheran is located at an elevation of 800 meters above sea level in the state of Maharashtra. Placed amidst the picturesque hills of the Western Ghats. The town was developed by the British as a summer resort in 1907 with the building of the Matheran Hill Railway. Alexander Point, Porcupine point, Pisharnath Mahadev Mandir, Celia Point, Charlotte Lake and Olympia race course are must visit."
Add: Panchgani, Satara, Maharashtra, India
"Panchgani is a picturesque hill station in the Sahayadri range. The town was discovered by the British and was developed as a summer resort during the mid-eighteenth century. Sydney point, Table land, Parsi point, Devil’s kitchen, Marpo garden are few of the most popular tourists attractions in Panchgani."