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Monsoon In Maharashtra: Top Monsoon Getaways

Here's Why Maharashtra Should Be Your Next Monsoon Vacation Destination?
vignesh babu
Since every monsoon carries its aura and feel, most of us wish for a fun-filled season of chill evenings and romantic times with our loved ones, so if you are wondering where to travel this monsoon
We have the right place for you - Maharashtra. Here are a few places in Maharashtra that will prove that the western ghats are the best monsoon destination in India.
Predominantly known as the most romantic monsoon getaway in Maharashtra this place is also known for offering much-required respite from the cacophony of city life.
This hotspot offers an opportunity to observe the courtesy of the Gateway of India as well; this is so because the ferryboat to Alibag leaves from the beach located near the Gateway of India.
Serving all the whims and fantasies of the travel lovers, this twin hill retreats offer a splendid view to the patrons. Both Lonavala and Khandala are serene and these famous hillocks are sure to captivate everyone's heart aesthetically.
This little town is enhanced with picturesque landscapes that draw travellers from all around the world. Monsoon is the perfect time to visit this beautiful haven.
The city has some of the most magnificent and popular vineyards in the country. Also, Nashik is known to be a Hindu spiritual destination; millions of tourists throng this place.
Far-famed as a tranquil and misty hill station, Mahabaleshwar boasts of one of the few evergreen forests in Maharashtra. Mahabaleshwar is a fun and adventurous monsoon vacation destination for the people residing in and around Mumbai and Pune.
Snuggled between five hills of Western Ghats, Panchgani is an awe-inspiring destination in Maharashtra that attracts a large flock of tourists and travellers every year.
Possibly one of the best scenic destinations in Maharashtra, Malshej Ghat is a beautiful mountain pass in the Western Ghats. This place is adorned with a wide range of exotic flora and fauna.
Malshej Ghat
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