Lonavala Hill statiion

Being home to imposing Sahyadri ranges and the Western Ghats, Maharashtra is bestowed with many enchanting hill stations. The more state is known for the vivacious and fast-paced urban life, the more it offers the refreshing and soothing holiday experience in its tantalizing hill station. Carpeted in the greenery all around, these must-visit hill stations Read More

Pratapgarh Fort Maharashtra

When it comes to history, I think no other state in India can be richer than Maharashtra. Being home to nearly 350 grandiose forts, Maharashtra is thoroughly soaked in history. Over the ages, it has served many dynasties but Maratha kings ruled Maharashtra the most. That’s why most of the forts of Maharashtra are associated Read More

Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve

Known for its never-dying spirit and multi-hued colors, Maharashtra is one of the most-loved residential states in India. And Mumbai, being the most populous city of India, seals this statement. In Maharashtra, where on one side, the glamour of Bollywood captivates the entire world, there at the same time, the wilderness and vegetation of national Read More

Shirdi Sai Baba

Located in the outskirts of Sahyadri Ranges with the enchanting backdrop of Western Ghat, Maharashtra is one of the prominent states in India in every aspect. Be it culture, history, economy, or tourism, the state makes the top place in the every list. Maharashtra is often called as ‘The Gateway to the Heart of India’ Read More

Gateway of India

The tagline ‘The city that never sleeps’ perfectly describes the vibrancy of Mumbai. Being the most popular city in India, Mumbai is a melting pot where people from different ethnics from every corner of India live together.  Mumbai draws a glimpse of whole India. Here, you’ll see diversity in every step. The capital city of Read More

Sitabuldi Fort

Popularly known as the Orange City of India, Nagpur is one of the much-loved holiday destinations in India. Brimmed with the soothing lakes, magnificent temples, lush gardens, and some architectural splendors, the city offers a very varied tourist experience. Interestingly, Nagpur is one of the most literate and also greenest cities in India. The city Read More

Bhivpuri Waterfall

The topography of Maharashtra is the primary reason that the state enjoys every kind of tourism. The state is marked with a good rainfall that’s why the biodiversity of Maharashtra is extremely abundant. It is blessed with the unnumbered of natural landscapes.  When it comes to natural landscapes, nothing is more enchanting and intriguing than Read More

Shaniwar Wada Palace

Known for its sparkling lifestyle and young crowd, Pune is the second largest city of Maharashtra. Today, the city is one of the most loved city of youngsters. From the trendy lifestyle to sparkling nightlife, five-star hotels, and world-class education centers, the city offers a complete young atmosphere. The more Pune is brimmed with the Read More

Trimbakeshwar Temple, Nashik

Located on the edge of Godavari River at the majestic ranges of Western Ghat Mountains, Nashik is called ‘The Wine Capital of India’. Ironically, the wine capital of India is primarily known for the religious tourism. It is indeed a city of contrast. On one hand, it is home to some of the best vineyards Read More