01. Lonavala and Khandala  

Hill villages in the Sahyadri Mountains, Lonavala and Khandala are renowned for their picturesque splendour, verdant valleys, and gushing waterfalls.

02. Mahalaxmi Temple  

The historical city of Kolhapur is well-known for its temples, palaces, and indigenous artistic expressions like the Kolhapuri chappals and the Lavani dance. 

03. Ratnagiri 

Ratnagiri is a coastal city well-known for its lovely beaches, and historical sites including the Thiba Palace and Ratnadurga Fort, as well as the well-known Alphonso mangoes.

04. Bhandardara  

Bhandardara is a little town close to Nashik that is renowned for its serene lakes, waterfalls, and camping options.

05. Matheran Toy Train

Famous for its eco-friendly surroundings and the Matheran Toy Train, which offers picturesque rides over the hills, Matheran is a charming hill station close to Mumbai.

06. Nashik  

Known for its wineries and vineyards, Nashik is also a significant Hindu pilgrimage site since it is home to the Trimbakeshwar Temple. 

07. Mahabaleshwar  

Mahabaleshwar  is a charming hill town in the Western Ghats noted for its panoramic views, strawberry fields, and stunning vistas including Arthur's Seat and Wilson Point.

08. Pune

Pune besides to being well known for its educational facilities, Pune is also renowned for its rich history, diverse culture, and agreeable climate.

09. Ajanta and Ellora 

The spectacular rock-cut caves of Ajanta and Ellora, which are UNESCO World Heritage Sites and close to Aurangabad

10. Gateway of India

The dynamic capital of Maharashtra is home to the bustling markets of Colaba and Crawford Market in addition to historical sites like the Gateway of India and Marine Drive.