Day Trips around Mumbai You Can Take Midweek

Mumbai Travel and Tourism

Mumbai, the capital of Maharashtra is a commercial hotspot, full of life and extravagance. From beaches to the glamorous world of Bollywood film industry, to colourful festivals, Mumbai is a paradox of chaos and entertainment woven together to create the ‘City Of Dreams’.

Don’t wait for the weekend, getaway on a weekday from the frantic city-life to nearby tourist destinations to explore quieter retreats.

Lonavala is a picturesque hill station: Surrounded by lush greenery. A drive in a taxi from Mumbai to Lonavala is a beautiful one as you drive through the scenic 110 km route. The magnificent Buddhist caves of Karla and Bhaja, display finest rock-cut sculptures. The echo point at Tiger’s Leap is quite a popular tourist spot while the Bushi dam cheers up travellers with its gurgling water during the monsoons. The Andharban trekking point begins from village Pimpri, traversing through dense forests, valleys and waterfalls and ends in Bhira. Visit the Rajmachi fort to get a breathtaking view of Duke’s Nose, numerous waterfalls, Matheran forest and Ulhas River. Don’t miss to taste the locally made hard candy chikki. The Lonavala Lake’s beauty is enhanced by the natural greenery surrounding it. The Narayani Dham is a temple that draws spiritually minded travellers seeking peace.

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Pune – the cultural capital of Maharashtra: Pune bears a rich historical legacy. Pune bears a rich historical legacy. Mumbai to Pune cab service takes you to the ‘Queen of Deccan’ that has become an exciting tourist destination due to its green landscape and young and upbeat atmosphere. Visit the Osho Ashram to meditate and find inner peace and calmness. The Pataleshwar cave temple is a historical relic adorned with rock carvings while the Aga Khan Palace is known for imprisoning Gandhiji. Deshpande garden is a delightful landscaped garden designed in Japanese style. The National War Memorial, Joshi rail Museum, Dinkar Kelkar Museum has lots on display to impress visitors. Marvel at the superb architecture of Shanivar Wada that was the royal residence of Peshwa rulers. The Katraj Snake Park is another must visit place if you like reptiles and wildlife.

Shirdi – home to the Sai Baba Temple: You can feel the religious fervour in the chants lingering with utmost spirituality all around. Mumbai to Shirdi taxi service takes you to this small town that’ll soothe your tensed nerves. Taste the delicious food at Shirdi Bhajanalaya prepared for devotees. Other religious places are Chavadi, Samadhi Mandir, Dwarkamai Masjid, and Shane Singhapur among others.

Located at a distance of 100 km from Mumbai, Mumbaikars love to visit this coastal town for its beautiful beaches and refreshing coconut groves. Indulge in enthralling water sports like boating, jet skiing, motor-rides and many others that are fun activities for kids to participate in. Go in search of unravelling the history of the Kolaba Fort, which was the chief naval station of Shivaji Maharaj. Nature enthusiasts can venture into the Vrindavan farm or shop for natural products. Find an abundance of flora and wildlife at the Kanakeshwar forest that is home to reptiles and other fauna. Catch the picturesque sunsets at the Nagaon or Alibaug beaches surrounded by lush greenery.


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