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Places To Visit in Maharashtra Once The Lockdown Ends

These top Maharashtra tourist places offer a diverse mix of ancient cave temples, forts, mountains, wineries, and beaches.

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Even as the world gradually comes out of lockdown, the state government’s around the country are advising social distancing. While this may be a tough time for those who love to travel, there is no reason you cannot plan your next trip from the safety of the lockdown. Maharashtra is one of the best places to visit in the country if you want to experience both the sea and the mountains in a single trip.

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These top Maharashtra tourist places offer a diverse mix of ancient cave temples, forts, mountains, wineries, and beaches.

Places To Visit in Maharashtra After The Lockdown

1. Lonar Crater Lake

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The Lonar Crater Lake is one of the most interesting places in Maharashtra and that was even before the green waters of the lake turned to pink recently. The 50,000-year-old Lake was created by the impact of an asteroid collision with earth during the Pleistocene Epoch. This natural marvel is a must-visit during a trip to Maharashtra.

2. Toranmal

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Toranmal is a hill town that offers visitors pleasant weather with lush green surroundings. It is a perfect place for those looking to relax in the lap of nature. Situated in the municipal council of the Nandurbar district, Toranmal is home to the Gorakhnath temple which is the site of a Yatra attended by thousands of devotees on Mahashivratri. However, Toranmal is more than just a religious destination and has something for everyone.

3. Tapola

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Tapola is a village known for its calm surroundings and pleasant weather. It is often referred to as ‘The Mini Kashmir’  due to the glorious views it offers. Moreover, tourists can also enjoy jungle treks, water sports, and the strawberry fields of Tapola. It also has Koyana Dam which is one of the biggest in Maharashtra.

4. Purushwadi

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Purushwadi is home to the Purushwadi Fireflies Festival where over 2000 species of fireflies can be spotted as they create a spectacular show for the visitors at night. The best time to view this amazing scene is in June. Besides the fireflies, Purushwadi also offers a quaint village lifestyle, traditional hospitality of the friendly locals, and delicious homecooked food at the homestays.

5. Kalavantin Durg

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Kalavantin Durg is often described as the world’s most dangerous fortress. However, the dangerous and thrilling trek also provides gorgeous views that take one’s breath away. Built in the honor of Queen Kalavantin, the fort is located in the Western Ghats near Mumbai, at a hefty altitude of 701 metres (2,300 feet) above sea level.

6. Bhandardara

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Bhandardara is a holiday resort village near Igatpuri, in the western ghats of India. The village is located in the Tehsil Akole Ahmednagar district and offers visitors a relaxing trip while enjoying all of nature’s bounty.

7. Junnar

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Junnar is a city that has a rich historical background that dates back to the first Millenium. It is also close to the Shivneri Fort which is the birthplace of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj. Junnar offers some of the best trekking trails in Maharashtra. In addition, the city is known for its religious, historical, and mythological attractions. These include the lenyadri caves, Harishchandragad fort, Shivneri fort, and, Shri Vighnahar Ganpati Mandir.

8. Chikhaldara

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Chikhaldara is one of the favorite summer retreats in Maharashtra. Moreover, it is also the only coffee-growing area in the region. It offers tourists beautiful lakes, gorgeous views, and exotic wildlife.

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