How would you feel in a tranquil place with tigers in the turf? Thrilled or excited? Strange the name might seem, but Chikhaldara is surely gem of a place in the Vidharba region of Maharashtra. This unexplored hill station was espied by a British man during the Raj era. Similar to Shimla in Himachal Pradesh, Chikhaldara was picked up as the summer retreat of west-central India. Located quite close to Melghat Tiger Reserve, moat of the area of this tiny hill station is still unexplored and covered with dense forest.
With no lavish hotels, shopping malls, spas or fancy restaurants in the hill station, the place is still no less blissful. Chikhaldara is a heavenly suburb for those who wish to enjoy the cool breeze, to get lost among the lush green pathways purposefully and to smell the pollution free air, quite an unexpected thing to find in today’s world. This countryside town offers gratuity of waterfalls, picturesque landscapes, wildlife and several other unexplored aspects.
As you move towards the beautiful hill station, you will come across captivating wind mills and wide open fields with cattle grazing around. Along the green fields, you will also see tiny mud layouts embellished with flowers, adding another beauty spot to this place.