Maharashtra Tour Packages

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Full with nature's wonders, iconic structures, ancient temples and virgin beaches, Maharashtra is an extreme destination to stay. Easy to reach via air, rail and road, you can pick your choice of transport to arrive at this astonishing travel destination. The third largest state of India, Maharashtra has a ton to offer eager travelers, nature enthusiasts and lovers of history. Explore the modes of t

ransports available and begin chalking out your travel plans. Explore the best, with our Maharashtra Tour Package.


Best places to visit in Maharashtra


Ajanta and Ellora caves

Ajanta and Ellora caves, viewed as one of the finest examples of ancient rock-cut caves, are situated close to Aurangabad in Maharashtra, India. Ajanta and Ellora caves complex is enhanced with beautiful sculptures, paintings, and frescoes and include Buddhist monasteries, Hindu and Jain temples. The Ajanta caves are 29 in number and were built between the second century BC and 6thcentury AD, while the Ellora Caves are more fanned out and 34 in number and dates to the period somewhere in the range of sixth and 11th Century AD.



Mahabaleshwar is a hill station situated in the Western Ghats, in Satara locale of Maharashtra. Aside from its strawberries, Mahabaleshwar is famous for its various streams, radiant fountains and lofty pinnacles. It is among the most pursued end of the week escapes from Pune and Mumbai, situated around 120 km south-west of Pune and 285 km from Mumbai. Maharashtra Package from Delhi with unbeatable deals and discounts.



Getting its name from the five hills encompassing it, Panchgani is a well known hill station close to Mahabaleshwar in Maharashtra, renowned for its different sunset and sunrise points and grand valley view. Situated at an elevation of 1,334 mts, Panchgani is otherwise called Paachgani as the five slopes that makeup the Sahyadri mountain ranges offer Panchgani its name. The pleasant scenery of hills on one side and coastal plains on the other provides a wonderful view. In the British era, the spot was treated as a summer resort and thus many colonial period foundations should be visible here. Mahabaleshwar resembles a twin city to Panchgani.



Known as India's most current hill station, the Lavasa Corporation has built this private city. The city is a beautiful project, elaborately founded on the Italian town Portofino. Spreading across 7 hills, covering an area of 25000 acres, Lavasa is an ideal mix of beauty and foundation. Lavasa is a privately planned hill city situated close to Pune in Maharashtra.



Situated around 122 Km from Nasik in Ahmednagar, Maharashtra, Shirdi is the home of Sai Baba. It is believed that Sai Baba showed up at Shirdi in 1858 and burned through 60 years of his life here until he achieved salvation in 1918. Sai Baba is famously known as the 'child of God', as he generally spread the message of universal brotherhood.



Mumbai, the capital city of the Indian state of Maharashtra, is a dynamite oddity of disorder and trust, innovation and tradition. Famously known as the City of Dreams, Mumbai - previously known as Bombay - Mumbai is a wonderfully mixed blend of cultures and lifestyles. Choose Maharashtra Package from Gujrat for a unique holiday experience!



Rajmachi is a small village located in the Sahyadri mountain range of the Konkan region of Maharashtra. Rajmachi is renowned for the historical fortress which has two invigorated tops Shrivardhan and Manaranjan forts, situated close to two famous hills of Lonavala and Khandala.



Encircled by thick forests, waterfalls, and dam close by lakes, it is a must-visit if you respect nature. Situated at a height of 624 m above sea level, Lonavala is one of the twin hill stations - Lonavala and Khandala (these two can be effectively visited together). The famous tourist attractions in Lonavala are Bhaja caves, Bushi dam, Karla caves, Rajmachi fort, Ryewood Lake, among others. Lonavala is famous for the treks like the Andharban trek that begins from a village called Pimpri and closes in Bhira. Explore the popular tourist attractions of Maharashtra, with our Maharashtra Holiday Package. 



Alibaug (spelled as Alibag) is a little coastal town in the Konkan region of Maharashtra, known for its beaches, villas, and beautiful scenery. Alibag is extremely well known as an end of the week escape from the cities of Mumbai and Pune.



Khandala is a famous hill station in Maharashtra, roosted on the lower regions of Sahyadri in the Western Ghats. Khandala accommodates an ideal end of the week rest for the Mumbai population, with its picturesque valleys, grassy hills, peaceful lakes and misty waterfalls.



Nasik is a strict Hindu city, host to the Kumbh Mela at regular intervals. It makes for an ideal wine tasting destination. Nashik (Nasik) named after an artifact related with Ramayana, is a city in Maharashtra situated on the banks of river Godavari. Nashik plays host to the renowned Kumbh Mela at regular intervals.



Aurangabad, which was proclaimed by the Government as the Tourism Capital of Maharashtra back in 2010, is a famous tourist center point which welcomes its visitors with luxuriously woven embroidery of sights and sounds. The city got its name for being the capital of Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb in the 17th century AD.



Pune is a clamoring city of Maharashtra, ranked number one in India in the simplicity of living. Frequently alluded to as the Oxford of the East, it is a center of different individuals and activities and is in quickly developing into one of the top metropolitan cities in the country. Pune is a city that impeccably mixes innovation with tradition sprinkled with colonial era appeal, and it merits the title of being the cultural capital of Maharashtra. Book your activities without the stress with Maharashtra Package!



Raigad, is a generally rich district is arranged in the Konkan region of Maharashtra. Situated at 2,851mts, it is encircled by Mumbai Harbor, Thane, Pune, Ratnagiri and the Arabian Sea. Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj, prestigious Maratha ruler, won this place in 1656 and his Maratha kingdom hence moved base to Raigad. His valued success, the Raigad Fort is one of the main attractions of this spot.


Things to do in Maharashtra


As one of the most populous and lively states of India, Maharashtra will offer you with a long list of top tourism activities & things to do. 

  • * Go flamingo-watching
  • * Explore the 13 caves of Maharashtra
  • * Visit Asia's only automobile-free hill station
  • * Visit the Tadoba National Park
  • * Head to the turquoise sea village of Luso Indians
  • * Visit the mystical black sand beach, Hedvi Beach near Ganpatipule
  • * Feel the rush and take this ropeway ride that's 3000 feet above sea level
  • * Go paragliding at Kamshet
  • * Soak in the views at misty mountain called Gaganbawda
  • * Pick strawberries at strawberry village near Wai
  • * Have a Tuscany experience at the vineyards in Nt the Holiday Resort Village of Maharashtra


Best places to go for shopping in Maharashtra


The shopping arcades of five star hotels like Oberoi and Taj Mahal offer a decent assortment of up-market shops. In central and rural Mumbai, the Dadar, Bandra-Linking Road, and Juhu Road regions are great spots for shopping. Colaba and Flora Fountain (Hutatama Chowk) has loaded with shopping items like ethnic relics and departmental stores.

Shopping in Pune also is like that of Mumbai. Adornments, Maharashtrian traditional wares, pearl nose ring, necklace and the nine-yard sarees are promptly available at Tulsi Baug. Chhatrapati Sambhaji Nagar or Deccan Gymkhana is somewhere else for good shopping, while Mahatma Gandhi Road is a spot with big stores. Choose our Maharashtra Travel Package from Bangalore for the perfect escape from a busy life.


Traditional dishes to eat in Maharashtra


Here are a few irresistible Maharashtrian dishes which represent Maharashtra food at the best!

  • * Vada Pav
  • * Pav Bhaji
  • * Puran Poli
  • * Bhelpuri
  • * Basundi
  • * Bharli Vangi
  • * Misal Pav
  • * Modak
  • * Sreekhand
  • * Poha
  • * Sabudana khichdi
  • * Rassa
  • * Sol Kadhi
  • * Pithla Bhakri
  • * Aamti (Maharashtrian Dal)
  • * Kairi Cha Panha
  • * Aamrus
  • * Kadhi
  • * Bombil/Bombay duck


Best time to visit


There is no specific best time to explore the state since the each season has its own advantages and disadvantages. Nonetheless, winters are generally reasonable since the weather conditions stays cool and charming. Summers are excessively searing yet are amazing to visit hilly regions. In monsoons, weighty storms are noticed and downpours add to the beauty of rugged regions.

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How to reach Maharashtra?


By air:

If you wish to travel to Maharashtra by air, the state has various domestic and International airports. St Nick Cruz domestic Airport, Chattarpati Shivaji International Airport, Aurangabad Airport, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar International Airport, Shri Guru Gobind Singh Ji Airport and a few others. From these airports there are major flights operating back and forth, and in this way associating Maharashtra to different parts of India and abroad.


By rail:

The state has a well sew rail network which interfaces all cities of Maharashtra. There are a few quick running trains that operate from Mumbai, which is the main railway station in Maharashtra. Trains function forward and backward from the Mumbai railway station and connect the state of Maharashtra with the rest of India.


By road:

The roads of Maharashtra are well-connected with other parts of the country. Go for Maharashtra Tour from Chennai for an exciting experience!

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