The landscape of this state amazes its tourists with beaches, hill stations and splendid caves that are within hours reach in just one state. Some notable attractions are Ajanta and Ellora caves, Gateway of India, Juhu Beach, Lord Ganesha Temple (Ashtvinayak), Shirdi and Lonar (earth’s only meteor carter). Not to miss capital Mumbai which is the financial as well as the entertainment hub of Bollywood cinema. You can trek on the hills of Sahyadri, walk along the sands of Marine Drive, taste Nagpur’s oranges or relax in the resorts of Alibag; Maharashtra has everything. Festivals like Ganesh Chaturthi and Gudi Parva welcomes tourists from all parts of country to enjoy with great pomp and show. To experience the rush of Mumbai, must visit the CST railway station in peak hours.
Maharashtrian cuisine is as blended as the cultures here. Vada pav, misal pav, south Indian dishes, Gujarati dishes, loaded Punjabi paranthas, street style bhel puri and many more you can get here. Not just dishes, but Bengali sweets, too. Maharashtra is welcoming to the families, honeymooners and adventure seekers in all seasons so you don’t need to wait for the perfect time to plan a trip. Wait no more, pack the bags and head out to Maharashtra.