Monsoon In Maharashtra: Don't Miss These Spots!

Written By

Ruchika Mandora

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Lohagad, a 3400-foot fort, is gorgeous. The rich Indian history and architecture attracts many tourists every year.


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Monsoon brings bountiful harvests and moderate temperatures to revitalize your body and soul. Enjoy nature, adventure sports, and cave exploration.


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Maharashtra's hill station Panchgani has various attractions. First, trekkers love this place. Second, tourists can enjoy the tribal lifestyle and uniqueness.


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Kolad is a popular Maharashtra rainy-season destination near Mumbai. Its vegetation and wildlife are diverse.


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Trekkers love Kalsubai, Sahyadri's highest peak. Monsoon makes this region greener, making it ideal for exploring and adventuring.


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Igatpuri is a popular rainy-season tourist destination in Maharashtra. Its natural beauty makes it a great getaway from metropolitan life.


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Due to its unparalleled beauty, Matheran is a popular tourist destination in the Western Ghats at 800 meters above sea level.


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Mahabaleshwar is popular near Mumbai and Pune. This area draws many tourists due to its tranquility.


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Maharashtra's Bhimashankar hill station is a religious and tourist destination. Temples, forts, and historical sites are the principal attractions.


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Karnala, in Raigad district, attracts monsoon tourists. This time of year is abundant with flowers and fauna.


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