Club Mahindra Hatgad

Nashik, Maharashtra

Club Mahindra Sherwood Mahabaleshwar

Mahabaleshwar, Maharashtra

Club Mahindra Saj Mahabaleshwar

Mahabaleshwar, Maharashtra

Club Mahindra Alibaug

Alibaug, Maharashtra

Club Mahindra Tungi Lonavala

Lonavala, Maharashtra

Forest Escape Koyna

Godoli, Maharashtra

Riverside County Resort Amba Ghat

Kolhapur, Maharashtra

Imagicaa Hotel

Khopoli, Maharashtra

Dulwich Estate

Panchgani, Maharashtra

Club Mahindra resorts in Maharashtra offer a range of comfortable and well-appointed rooms to suit every traveller's needs. The resorts also provide facilities like swimming pools, restaurants serving delectable cuisines, recreational activities, and a warm and hospitable staff to ensure a memorable experience. Some of the top Club Mahindra Resorts in Maharashtra are -

1. Club Mahindra Tungi, Lonavala

2. Club Mahindra Sherwood, Mahabaleshwar

3. Club Mahindra Saj, Mahabaleshwar

4. Club Mahindra Hatgad

5. Club Mahindra Alibaug

6. Forest Escapes, Koyna

7. Riverside County Resort, Amba Ghat

8. Imagicaa Hotel, Khopoli

9. Dulwich Estate, Panchgani

About Maharashtra

Maharashtra has a long and rich cultural history, with the state having four UNESCO World Heritage Sites within its borders apart from a multitude of forts, palaces, and ruins. It has six dedicated tiger reserves under National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA). Maharashtra also has the largest number of vineyards and wineries in India. Mumbai, the capital of Maharashtra, has the oldest stock exchange in Asia, Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE), as well as India’s globally popular Hindi film industry, Bollywood. It is thus widely considered the financial, commercial, and entertainment capital of the country. The wide variety of geographical, historical, and cultural features along with a rich and vibrant atmosphere make Maharashtra one of the most popular and attractive tourist destinations in the country.

Things to Do in Maharashtra

Discover a world of enchantment in Maharashtra, where every corner offers something extraordinary for tourists. Embark on thrilling camping and trekking adventures, immersing yourself in the beauty of nature. Experience the pulsating nightlife of cities like Mumbai and Pune. Unveil the magic of Bollywood with an exclusive tour, delving into the captivating world of Hindi cinema. Dive into an underwater paradise with mesmerizing scuba diving experiences. Witness the wonders of the wild on a thrilling night safari, encountering nocturnal creatures up close. Immerse yourself in the rich cultural heritage of UNESCO World Heritage sites, ancient forts, majestic tombs, and divine places of worship.

1. Camping & Trekking

2. Vineyard Tour

3. Taking a Bollywood Tour

4. Adventurous Scuba Diving

5. Night Safari

6. Visiting Heritage sites such as Ajanta, Ellora, and Elephanta Caves

Places to Visit in Maharashtra 

Discover the ancient marvels of Ajanta, Ellora, and Elephanta Caves, where intricate carvings and timeless stories come to life. Immerse yourself in the vibrant cityscape of Mumbai, adorned with architectural wonders and pulsating with energy. Lose yourself in the serenity of Lonar Lake and the breath-taking landscapes of Kaas Plateau. Explore majestic forts like Daulatabad and Lohagarh, and marvel at the architectural grandeur of Bibi ka Maqbara. Maharashtra invites you to unravel its rich tapestry of history, culture, and natural beauty at every turn. You can book your stay in the world class Club Mahindra resorts in Maharashtra in vicinity to the best places to visit.

1. Alibaug

2. Hatgad

3. Mumbai

4. Nashik

5. Mahabaleshwar

6. Lonavala


Q1. Are there any jungle resorts in Maharashtra?

Yes, some forest resorts are situated in Maharashtra, especially in and around the Vidarbha region which has many national parks and wildlife sanctuaries for tourists.

Q2. Which language is spoken in Maharashtra?

Maharashtra was created on a linguistic basis with the majority of its population being Marathi speakers. Subsequent political activities in the state have strengthened the predominance of Marathi. However, an ever growing number of the population, especially youngsters in metropolitan cities speak Hindi, English, or other languages of convenience. As a tourist, you can communicate comfortably with anyone if you can speak Hindi or English. Notably, Marathi is not compulsory.

Q3. What is the best time to visit Maharashtra?

Maharashtra, situated in the western and central peninsula, mostly experiences a tropical, hot and humid climate except in the hill stations and along the coastline. The best time to visit Maharashtra is thus between the months of October and March when visitors can avoid the severity of the summer heat and the wet monsoons while being able to enjoy outdoor activities in relatively mild weather. Apart from this, most major festivals of Maharashtra happen during this time of the year.

Q4. How can I reach Maharashtra?

Maharashtra is very well connected with the rest of the country by roadways, railways, and airways. It has three international airports, and houses the headquarters of three segments of Indian railways. The Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus railway station is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is itself a tourist attraction.

Q5. Where is the Maharashtra valley of flowers?

Located about 25 km from Satara, Kaas Plateau, also called Kaas Pathar, is known as the Maharashtra valley of flowers. It is a biodiversity hotspot famous for the seasonal bloom of various wildflowers and butterflies,  and was included in the list of UNESCO World Natural Heritage Sites in 2012.

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