Located on a hilltop fort, this temple is a source of rich mythological history, hardly 60km away from Nagpur city. According to legend, Lord Rama rested in this temple before leaving for Lanka, so he is the main deity worshipped here.
Goa is definitely the best tourist place for India. “The pearl of the east,” Goa is known for its Gothic churches, crumbling forts, palm-fringed beaches, coconut groves, ferry rides, bubbly folk music… the list is endless! With its 131-km-long coastline, Goa is an important locale in every tourist’s itinerary.
In Khandwa, Hanumantiya Tapu is a popular tourist destination due to its water activities. As a result of the Madhya Pradesh Tourism Development Centre’s efforts, the place has been developed as a great sightseeing site. With well-developed transportation routes, Hanumantiya Tapu is now more accessible despite being 47 kilometres away from Khandwa. It is a popular weekend getaway spot for locals in nearby villages to enjoy the retreating backwaters of Indira Sagar Dam. There is a lot to do on this island, including cruising, hiking, bird watching, and botanical trails.
The sole hill resort in the Vidarbha region, it is also the only coffee-growing area in Maharashtra. The region is home to tiger, panther, sloth bear, sambar, wild boar, and rarely seen wild dogs. The famous Melghat Tiger Project is nearby, which is home to 82 tigers. At Hurricane Point, Prospect Point, and Devi Point, you can enjoy Chikhaldara’s scenic beauty. You can also explore Gavilgad and Narnala Forts, the Pandit Nehru Botanical Gardens, the Tribal Museum, and Semadoh Lake.
Near Ramtek, an ancient, mythological, and historical temple town, Camp Cherry Farm is nestled among forested acres adjacent to the Pench National Forest. With just a few steps from Nagpur, you can experience eco-tourism, wildlife tourism, adventure tourism, and a variety of outdoor activities, including paragliding, parasailing, rappelling, zip lines, shooting, archery, camping, mountain biking, rock climbing, and nature trails in forests with expert guides.
In the Sahyadri ranges of Maharashtra, Bhandardara is a hill station blessed with all of nature’s blessings. It’s the perfect getaway spot for city dwellers with lush greenery, humble waterfalls, and high mountains surrounding it. A 117-km drive from Mumbai, Bhandardara is located in Maharashtra’s Ahmednagar district. A weekend in this small village is an adventure away from the hustle and bustle of the cities since it is filled with so many attractions and serenity.