Lonavala, 100 kilometres from Pune, is one of the best hill stations. It boasts breathtaking waterfalls, lush forests, and idyllic valleys.
Lavasa, a well-planned city 65 kilometres from Pune, is surrounded by the regal Western Ghats. 25,000 acres make up the Mulshi Valley city.
Matheran, a charming hill station 100 kilometres from Mumbai at 2600 feet above sea level, is a nice weekend retreat.
If you end up here with your family and friends, don't forget to bring a picnic basket and go river rafting for a rush of adrenaline.
Tourist spots in Mahabaleshwar are nestled in the beautiful Western Ghats, and their natural beauty will blow your mind.
A charming hill station in the Sahyadri Hills of Western Ghats at 1900 feet, has gorgeous temples, picturesque old forts, an enjoyable climate, breathtaking mountains, and stunning scenery.
At an elevation of 1,334 mts, Panchgani is also known as Paachgani. It gets its name from the five hills that make up the Sahyadri mountain range.
Khandala is tucked into the foothills of the Sahyadri Ranges. It has beautiful views of lakes, waterfalls, and green valleys.
City dwellers can vacation amid the rich greenery, humble waterfalls, and enclosed high mountains. Bhandardara is 117 miles from Mumbai and easily accessible by road.
Malshej Ghat, one of Pune's top winter hill stations, is well-integrated with the area's natural treasures, including sky-high waterfalls, higher slopes, and captivating places.
Between Tamhini and Mulshi is a mountain pass called Tamhini Ghat. One of the most popular places to visit in Maharashtra is the Tamhini hill station.
The Krishna river and its tributary meet in Satara. It's a nice weekend getaway from Pune and a historical location in Maharashtra.