Mumbai, the dream city is located nearby the Arabian Sea in India. The beautiful city itself is a famous tourist spot. However, if you have already visited all the spots, no need to be worried. Arrange some short tours from Mumbai in this weekend. Here are some best destinations for you.
The cave is located on Gharapuri Island in Mumbai. One can reach the island from Gateway of India. This ancient cave is famous for its Stone carved architecture on the walls. The cave comprises of some ancient Hindu temples. There are some local guides available who will make you familiar with the Indian God Shiva and this temple.
Aurangabad is the housing city of World Heritage Site Ajanta and Ellora. Being one of the ancient cities of Maharashtra, the city is named after the great Mughal emperor Aurangzeb. The city is full of ancient monuments like Soneri Mahal, Bibi Ka Maqbara including Ajanta and Ellora.
Located around 110 km away from Mumbai, Lonavala and Lakhandwala are wonderful twin hill station. It is a part of the Sahyadri hills. Natural beauty of this place is mesmerizing. Located at a reasonable height from the sea level, the weather of this hilly area is cool. During summer, a huge group of people spend their summer vacation there.
It is considered as the largest amusement park of India and the largest Water Theme Park in Asia. All the facilities of international standard are available here. Over 34 exciting and dazzling rides, games, and amusement facilities are available there. There are some coin-operated games like Water Lazer, Aqua Blasta, Crazy Shuttle, Derby Racer and some more.
Located around 375 km away from Mumbai, this widely stretched unpolluted sea beach can be your next destination if you are a sea beach lover. Have your bath in the Arabian Sea under Golden sunshine. The taste of aromatic fruits, walking under the coconut trees bordering sea shore at broad moonlight can offer a different pastime better than the noisy cities.
Matheran is situated in the Sahyadri hill range, 803 m above the sea level. The hill is connected with the plain by a narrow gauge railway line. No private cars or buses are allowed to enter here; this makes Matheran quiet and serene. It is a perfect destination for those who love to visit calm & cool places to get rid of mental pressure and busy schedule.