Mahabaleshwar and Ganpatipule

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Duration : 4 nights 5 days

Destination : Center & Western Tours Package


Day 1 - Arrival in Mumbai | Transfer from Mumbai to Ganpatipule

Upon arrival in Mumbai, proceed towards the town of Ganpatipule, which lies on the Konkan coast of the Arabian Sea situated in the Ratnagiri district of Maharashtra. After arriving at the destination, check-in at the hotel and spend the evening at leisure. Enjoy an overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 2 - Sightseeing in Ganpatipule

Visit the Ganpatipule Ganesh Temple, which is about 400 years old, situated at the foot of a hill. After spending time at the temple, go to the beach enjoy your time watching the sea. Later, retreat to the hotel for an overnight stay.

Day 3 - Transfer from Ganpatipule to Mahabaleshwar

Check-out from the hotel and embark on a road journey towards Mahabaleshwar, a scenic hill station in the Western Ghats range. Situated 1300 metres above sea level, this destination was a popular summer getaway for the british during their rule of Bombay province. On reaching,  check-in to the hotel, and enjoy excursion to another nearby, wonderful hill station – Panchgani. During the tour to this scenic place, visit its top attractions like Sunset Point and Table Land Point etc. Retreat to the hotel by evening for a overnight stay.

Day 4 - Sightseeing in Mahabaleshwar

This day spend on local sightseeing. First visit the Mahabaleshwar Temple, next proceed to visit Arthur Point, Paris Point and Eco Point. During the tour, also visit the beautiful strawberry farms; Mahabaleshwar is also fondly called as ‘Strawberry Capital’ of India. Finally, in the evening, visit the beautiful Venna Lake – an artificial wonder – built by Shri Appasaheb Maharaj in the year 1842. Later, return to the hotel and stay overnight.

Day 5 - Transfer from Mahabaleshwar to Mumbai | Departure from Mumbai

Check-out from the hotel and proceed towards Mumbai for your onward journey.

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