Landed At The Summer Fashion Capital Of India, Mumbai But Crowded Streets Is Making The Vacation Feel Like A Task? Well, We Have Found The Hidden Gems Nearby, Read On!
Once you have lived in Mumbai, no other city will be good enough. Life in Bom-Bae, as we like to call it is fast and a task owing to its excessively crowded streets, stations, tourist spots, and every famous place. Every individual that flies into Mumbai to fulfil their dreams, heart of the Bollywood films is also the summer fashion capital of India. If you are a true Bollywood Fanatic, you’d want to visit Mumbai at least once in your life. If you’re planning a trip to Mumbai, we know you’ll visit all the famous places like the Gateway of India, Fort, Juhu beach, Powai Lake, Marine Drive, Worli, Colaba, Film City and so much more. But these places are always so crowded of course visiting them once is good enough to place a tick on your travel list, but when in Mumbai we want you to experience a better, peaceful & fun vacation so we have a surprise. Now if you have already been to Mumbai, here we have something fresh that we bet you didn’t know and please it’s not Lonavala or Khandala. That being said, pack your bags, kids, we are going to Mumbai and explore the hidden gems for this months’ vacation. Are you ready?
Somewhere a little ahead of Lonavala and Khandala lies this hidden gem, Kamshet.
If you’re a sucker for scenic views and everything in nature, this place in Mumbai will be your little heaven. Somewhere a little ahead of Lonavala and Khandala lies this hidden gem, Kamshet. It’s basically a village with its beauty ranking amongst the highest attributes. Also known as Paragliders’ Paradise you will find a lot of activities to do in Kamshet. One activity is paragliding in Shinde wadi hills, best for beginners. Bhairi Caves, located on the high rocks, are known for animal sacrifice. Another sight worth seeing is Pawna Lake, an artificial lake with the Lohgad, Tikona, and Tungi forts, situated close by. You won’t experience a dull moment when here!
Alibaug is a peaceful place with some great water adventures for all water babies.
Only four hours away by road from Mumbai is this popular and perfect weekend getaway with friends or family. Alibaug, formerly known as Alichi Bagh. Oh, you can also take a 20 minutes ferry from Gateway of India to this beautiful beach destination. Surrounded by the Arabian Sea, its Sun-Soaked Beaches, Historical Forts, and Picturesque Picnic Spots, Alibaug is a peaceful place with some great water adventures for all water babies. The ancient forts and dreamy views will have your heart within the span of your 2-day trip.
Speaking of the trek there, it’ll take around 5 hours which includes rappelling and crossing pools of water and deep gorges.
For those who are obsessed with Trekking, Sandhan Valley is a canyon near Bhandardara and offers a thrilling experience to all trekkers. The place is surrounded by mighty Alang, Madan, Kulang, Ratangad, Ajoba & Kalsubai-the highest peak in the Maharashtra Mountain ranges at 5400ft. Speaking of the trek there, it’ll take around 5 hours which includes rappelling and crossing pools of water and deep gorges. It is also known as the valley of shadows. Trust us when we say this, the dreamy sunrise, and sunset from the Konkankada viewpoint is everything you desire.
The number one place to visit when in Malshej Ghat is Malshej falls.
Home to hundreds of species of flora and fauna is a mountain pass on Maharashtra’s Kalyan– Ahmednagar Road. The number one place to visit when in Malshej Ghat is Malshej falls, it would be an ideal plan wherein you seek nature and tranquility. The waterfall you’ll witness is mind blowing. Talking about another destination, Ajoba Hill Fort is a fortress sitting atop one of the highest peaks in the Sahyadri mountain range. It also holds “India’s cutest hill station,” the Materan is the perfect place to enjoy the sunset and sunrise with a delight view.
A small town located in Rohataluka is Kolad-famous for river rafting and other blood-rushing activities.
Where are all our adventure enthusiasts? Because we have the perfect location for them to spend a great time while in Mumbai. A small town located in Rohataluka is Kolad-famous for river rafting and other blood-rushing activities. It indeed is a treasure trove of sightseeing attractions and caters to all kinds of tourists. When in Kolad you must visit the Bhira Dham, Ghosala Fort, Tamhini Ghat Waterfalls, and more to experience lush greenery & take in some scenic views!