Must see in Maharashtra will include a number of entries, however, here we are listing out the top ten sights that you should never miss out on your trip to Maharashtra in India.
Juhu Beach Mumbai – The most loved place for localites as well as tourists, Juhu beach in Mumbai glitters with lights. A number of food stalls serve people with snacks and sea food. Various other leisurely entertainment options are also available.
The Gateway of India in Mumbai – The first image that comes to mind when you think about Mumbai is that of the Gateway of India. Stroll around the Gateway of India, take a ferry ride to the Elephanta caves and get yourselves clicked with loved ones.
Essel World Mumbai – It’s time to go wild with excitement as the numerous rides of Essel World will regale you one after the other. there is also a water park where you can have fun with water.
Ajanta and Ellora Caves – Visit the Caves that are also included in the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The caves dedicated to Buddhist, Jain and Hindu religion are a treasure trove of ancient art and architecture.
Shirdi Sai Baba – Devotees, irrespective of the caste and religion, have since a long time now visited the abode of one of the most pious saints, Sai Baba in Shirdi. He dedicated his life to the service of mankind and devotees believe that Sai Baba has the capability to fulfil all their wishes, nobody ever goes empty handed from his doors.
Osho Ashram in Pune – The Osho Ashram in Pune was founded by Swami Rajneesh and a number of foreign tourists visit it every year to practise meditation.
Mahabaleshwar – The largest hill station of Maharashtra houses plethora of natural charms as well as historical sites to explore.
Lonavala – The beautiful hill station of Maharashtra is for those who just love fresh air, greenery and love to roam around lazily amidst natural beauty.
Khandala – Actually, Lonavala and Khanadala just 5 km apart, so you can plan a tour to both together. Enjoy your extended nature tour!
Nasik – Amongst the four holy places in Hindu religion where the Maha Kumbh Mela is organised every 12 years. At other times, you can pay a visit to the The Biggest Artillery Centre in Asia, World’s Best Museums for Zeolities and the Only Coin Museum in Asia. Being a holy destination, there are numerous temples that you can explore like Panchvati, Kalaram Mandir, Naroshankar Temple, Muktidham Temple.
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