Maharashtra Tourism

Maharashtra Tourism Guide

The third largest state and the second most populous state in India – Maharashtra – is brimming with an array of colorful shrines; a remarkable collection of caves; golden beaches lined with swaying palm trees; historic hotspots with strong past connection; and oodles of emerald hill stations under the canopy of lush western ghats. With an incredible mashup of everything, there’s is no better place to go for a holiday in India than Maharashtra.The state is primarily known for its ancient Ellora and Ajanta caves, and pilgrim destinations. Plan a holiday in Maharashtra to witness the dazzling range of experience, beautiful landscapes and years of history.

Capital: Mumbai,   Location: Western India


If travelling to Maharashtra, monsoon (June to August) season would be the best time to visit


Witness the art from the past; slip in the madding crowd; get drenched in the luscious colors of its hill station; go crazy on the capsizing waves; experience the iconic attractions of India – do all these and much more on a trip to Maharashtra.


28.8°C & 36.9°C

(April to June)

25.3°C & 29.4°C

(July to September)

20.5°C & 31.9°C

(October to February)

Popular Tour Packages for Maharashtra

Best of Maharashtra Hill Station Tour

Tadoba – The Land of Tiger Tour

Maharashtra Temple Tour

Maharashtra Jyotirlingas Tour

An Insight into Maharashtra Tourism

Vast, varied, vibrant and extremely vivacious – Maharashtra has a thing when it comes to urbanization and rapid development that is hard to find anywhere else in India. It’s a paradisiacal paradox -subtle yet energetic; wild but manicured, and hushes yet fueled by rapid urbanization. Along with its stronghold on commercialism, Maharashtra is a winner in the category of tourism too. In this 307,713 km2 land, which makes it the third largest state in India, there are some irresistible holiday destinations that are not only meant for the nature lovers but also for the religiously inclined travelers. For a vacation in Maharashtra, there is abundance natural beauty to soothe the senses; beaches that are the best places to unwind; exceptional shrines that are the epitome of architectural excellence and rich flora and fauna that makes it a biodiversity hotspot. In nutshell, Maharashtra is untouched, intriguing, captivating, and picture as perfect.

Popular Beaches in Maharashtra

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Best Hotels to Stay in Maharashtra

Taj Land Ends, Mumbai

Hotel J P International, Aurangabad

Hotel Paradise, Ahmednagar

Keys Resort, Mahabaleshwar