10 Unique Attractions in Maharashtra

1. Ajanta and Ellora Caves

Located in the Aurangabad district of Maharashtra, it is a UNESCO World Heritage Sites Showcases ancient architecture.

2. Kaas Plateau

Referred to as the “Valley of Flower of Maharashtra”, and situated in Satara district, Kaas Plateau is famous for breathtaking views of wildflowers spread over meadows.

3. Lonar Crater Lake

The lake was formed by the meteorite impact about 50 thousand years ago. This famous Lake is located about 75 km from Buldhana district of Maharashtra.

4. Bibi Ka Maqbara

It is a historic monument build by mughal emporiar in 17th century. It is situated in Aurangabad district of Maharashtra.

5. Pandharpur Wari

It is an yatra to Pandharpur takes place annually at the time of Ashadi Ekadashi. Wari is dedicated to lord vitthal and saint Tukaram.

6. Shani Shingnapur Temple

The temple is dedicated to lord Shani, located in a small village called Singnapur. It is an unique village where houses does not have doors and locks.

7. Sula Vineyards

It is known as the finest Wine Producers in India, situated near Nashik. Vistors are allowed to tour the vineyard. Also you are able to taste the different wines. It is popular for many grape varieties found here.

8. Elephana Caves

It is a collection of ancient cave temples situated on an island near Mumbai. Also included in the UNESCO World Heritage sites and the temples are dedicated to Lord Shiva.

9. Sindhudurg Fort

It is an historic fort situated on a islet called Kurte Island in Arabian Sea. It is situated in Malvan region, near Mumbai.

10. Matheran Hill Station

Matheran is the smallest hill station in India and is Asia’s only automobile-free hill station. Serene and pollution free atmosphere attracts tourists.