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Located 108kms.from Mumbai, perched 803.47 metres above sea level is Matheran, offering quick relief to the tired Mumbaites.
It is known for Panorama Point, Mount Barry, Sunset Point, One Tree Hill, Eco Point, Garbet Point.
The closest Railway Station is Neral, on the Central Railway.
Favourite Recreation is horse riding.
The temperature varies from 16 degrees C in winter to 32 degrees C in summer thus making the period from October to May as the peak tourist season.
The place enjoys 534cms. os rainfall from June to October. Marathi, Gujarati, Hindi, English are usually the languages spoken.

Situated 247km from Mumbai via Mahad at an altitude of 1327 metres in Sahara district are Mahableshwar-Panchgini. The nearest station are Wathar and Pune(135kms away). This place enjoys the same climatic conditions as Matheran but is still cooler. It is known for the Kamalghad fort, Panchgani caves and Ganesh temple at Wai

549km from Mumbai, located in Sindhudurg district at and altitude of 690 metres is Amboli known for the Nargarta Falls, Narayanghad, Hiranya Keshi. The closest railway station is Belgaum, 64 kms. away.

428km from Mumbai via Kolhapur, situated at an altitude of 977.2 metres and speaking a lot about India's history is Panhala known for the Sambhaji Temple, Someshwar Temple, Teen Darwaza, Raj Dindi, Jyotiba Hills(located 9km away) and Radhanagri Wildlife Sanctuary (52km away). The place is 18kms. away from Kolhapur station enjoying a pleasant 25 degrees temperature on an average. English, Hindi and Marathi are the commonly spoken languages.


763km from Mumbai by road, situated in Vidharbha region closest to Badnera (18km away) railway station is Chikaldhara, known for its scenic beauty and the Dhakna-Kolkaz National Park and Melghat Tiger Project (in close vicinity). The temperature varies from 5 degrees C in winter to 39 degrees C in summer while rainfall averages at 254 cms. from June to October. Peak season from October to June. Languages spoken include ENglish, Hindi and Marathi.


Situated at an altitude of 1461 metres in the Satpura mountains nearest to Dhule station this place is known for its cool atmosphere as well as the Yashwant Lake.


165km from Mumbai via Kasara-Khodala and just 65kms. from Dhanu station, 61kms. from Igatpuri is Jawahar known for Jai Vilas (palace of tribal kings), Dadara-Khopara falls, Shirpamal(where Shivaji set his camp on way to loot Surat), Hanuman and sunset points.

Malshej Ghat
154km from Mumbai,located in Pune approachable only by road is Malshej Ghat known for Shivneri Fort(40km away), the Lenadri (Ganpati temple), and waterfalls.


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