• Karli Khadi

    Famous for its water sport activities, Karli backwaters is famous among adventure enthusiasts.

    Houseboat, Tarkarli

    The lavish houseboats at Tarkarli offer an experience like none other – a perfect blend of luxury and nature.


    Once the home town of the Peshwas, Shrivardhan is famous for its betel nut plantations and scenic beauty.
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    Gawilgadh Fort, Rajgad

    This architectural marvel is known for its two layer fortification and holds a reputation of being amongst the toughest forts to conquer.

    Janjira Fort

    An island fort, Janjira is famous for being the only fort that remained unconquered by enemies, inspite of several attacks.


    Significant as the site of the Battle of Pratapgad, tourists frequent this fort to get a glimpse of the bronze statue of Shivaji Maharaj and the Afzal tower.

    Shaniwar Wada, Pune

    The former palace of the Peshwas, the heavily fortified monument is a must visit for its bastions and gateways.

    Sindhudurg Fort

    Situated off the coast of Maharashtra, Sindhudurg fort is a popular summer destination, which is home to the famous Shivaji Maharaj temple.
  • Ajanta Caves

    The 32 caves at Ajanta are an architectural marvel that bring together Buddhist legacy and artistic splendour.

    Bhaja Caves

    Dating back to 2nd century BC, this group of 22 rock cut caves are famous for its Buddhist architecture.


    A must-visit for every pilgrim, the beautiful caves and temples reflect the architectural style of Khajuraho.

    Pandavleni Caves

    Also known as Panch Pandav, Pandavleni are a group of 24 Buddhist caves that are every architectural enthusiast’s delight.

    Ellora Caves

    Also known as Elapura, this spread of 34 monasteries and temples is the epitome of Indian rock-cut architecture.
  • Duke’s Nose

    Named after Duke Wellington, the inclined peak with a jutting nose, is a popular destination for trekkers.


    The world’s third largest crater, Lonar is an idyllic expanse of sky blue waters, and is blessed with flaura and fauna.


    Apart from strawberries, this hillstation is also famous for its winding roads, cool breeze and breath-taking views of hills and valleys.

    Needle Hole Point

    Also known as Elephant Point, it is not only known for its natural rock formation with a hole in between, but also for the scenic view of Deccan traps, which look like an elephant's trunk.


    Asia’s tiniest hill station, Matheran is famous for its quaint, forested areas and is a favourite destination among trekkers.
  • Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve

    The safari at Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve is a delight for wildlife enthusiasts and photographers, offering great opportunities to spot and photograph the big cats and sloth bears.
  • Ganesh Mandir, Ganpatipule

    Situated at the base of a hillock and facing the beach, the Ganesh Mandir is a devotee’s delight, and its peaceful premises only add to the experience.

    Haji Ali Dargah, Mumbai

    Amongst the most famous landmarks in India, the Haji Ali Dargah is frequented by devotees from all communities.

    Godavari River banks, Nashik

    One of the four locations for the Kumbh Mela, the banks of river Godavari are dotted with small temples and frequented by devotees all year round.

    Ambala Talaw, Ramtek

    Ambala Talaw intertwines devotion, literature and history beautifully and is a must visit for every devotee.

    Ganpati Devasthan, Aadsa

    Situated in a small village in Nagpur, Ganpati Devasthan is one of the eight Ashta-Vinayaks in Vidarbha and is famous for the 12 feet tall Ganesha idol that is believed to have self-evolved.

    Siddhivinayak Temple

    The Siddhivinayak Temple is amongst the most popular of places of worship in Mumbai and is famous for the Siddhivinayak idol that was carved out of a single black stone.

    Dikswabhumi, Nagpur

    Famous for its architectural beauty and historical importance, the sacred monument of Buddhism is a major tourist attraction.

    Jotiba Mandir, Kolhapur

    The holy shrine of Lord Kedarnath, Jotiba Mandir is a must visit for every tourist who wishes to experience Maratha culture in its true essence.
  • Kamshet, Pune

    With large landing areas and medium altitude hills and ridges, Kamshet is the ideal site for paragliding and fun flying.

    Rafting at Kolad

    Frequented by adventure sports enthusiasts, the Kundalika river in Kolad is the hub for white water rafting and the only rafting facility in India that is open all year round.

    Scuba Diving at Sindhudurg

    Clear waters and rich sea life in the Sindhudurg Fort area make it a famous site for scuba diving and snorkelling in Maharashtra.
  • Bhandardhara

    Roaring waterfall, gushing waters from a dam and towering hills make up the beautiful landscape of this ideal holiday destination.

    Sahastrakund Waterfalls

    Known for their scenic beauty, the Sahastrakund waterfalls are blessed with lush greenery and clear white water flowing past the terrain.
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