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Maharashtra Maharashtra is one of the most wonderful states in India. Natural as well as cultural diversities have helped in the development of a unique Marathi culture. The capital of Maharashtra is Mumbai which is one of the most famous places of tourist attractions. Monuments such as Ajanta and Ellora, Gateway of India and Elephanta caves and architectural structures like Viharas and Chaityas have attracted people from all over to the state.

maharashtra map

Maharashtra Map

Tourist Places:



Mumbai : Mumbai is the capital of Maharashtra. There are several places of tourist interests near Mumbai where one can take a break and get away from the hustle and bustle of the city life. After visiting these places, it is certain that you would comprehend that the economic hub of India is not untouched by the worldly charm.
Shirdi : Shirdi, the graceful abode of Sai Baba, is a religious town that allures devotees day and night. Sited about 300 kms from Mumbai, the town has a mystic aura about itself, which never fails to captivate even a casual sightseer. This small town is spread over an area of 2 sq kms.



Khandala : Khandala is an impressive hill station, cuddled up in the Sahyadri Range of Maharashtra. Endowed with nature’s splendor, Khandala makes a quick excursion at a distance of 101 kms from the bustling city of Mumbai. This beautiful place immersed in pastoral beauty, had been known since years.
Lonavala : Lonavala is a picturesque hill station, often called the ‘Jewel of the Sahyadri Mountains’ in India. Located in the Pune district of Maharashtra, Lonavla is much preferred hill resort to the Mumbaikars, especially since it is only 96 kms from Mumbai.

Elephanta Caves

Elephanta Caves

Elephanta Caves : Earlier called Gharapuri is today’s Elephanta Island, which is known for embracing the remarkable Elephanta Caves. To be found about 10 kms off the eastern coast of Mumbai, Elephanta Caves has been given the position of a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
Ajanta Ellora Caves : Ajanta & Ellora Caves have the distinction of being counted amongst the World Heritage Sites in India. Located in the Aurangabad district of Maharashtra, these caves are rock-cut cave monuments that represent the Indian rock-cut architecture.


Gateway Of India

Gateway Of India : Mumbai’s most famous monument, this is the starting point for most tourists who want to explore the city. Today this symbol of colonialism has got Indianised, drawing droves of local tourists and citizens. Behind the arch, there are steps leading down to the water. Here, you can get onto one of the bobbing little motor launches, for a short cruise through Mumbai’s splendid natural harbour.
Marine Drive, The Beach : Marine Drive is a fun place to be, here you can enjoy yourself by watching children playing with sand and vendors selling toys and food. Truly, a colorful beach. It is Mumbai’s most famous pathway, where people walk and sit in the evenings. It is also known as “Queen’s Necklace”


Juhu Beach

Juhu Beach : Juhu beach is one of the largest and frequently visited beaches of India. Juhu beach has many stalls selling the famous snack of Mumbai, Bhelpuri, which people enjoy eating while visiting the beach. A popular weekend spot, Juhu, also offers horse and donkey rides.

Best time to visit Maharashtra : September to April (Coast), June to September (Hill Stations)