Destination: Maharashtra

With the mesmerising Konkan coastal belt on one side and the mist-covered Sahyadri ranges on the other, Maharashtra is dotted with numerous forts, wildlife reserves, cave beaches, religious sites and hill stations that narrate tales from its colourful past. A state known for its urban and rural jungles, Maharashtra is India’s most-industrialised state that also houses 46 biodiversity hotspots. The state’s various protected areas are home to a variety of wildlife; including tigers, crocodiles, gaurs, nilgais, wild deer, sambar deer, and rich avian fauna. As the financial hub of the country, Maharashtra has over the years embraced the cultures of its varied resident populations is the land of unlimited tourist attractions.


Discover Parks & Sanctuaries In Maharashtra

Nagzira Tiger Reserve

This small wildlife sanctuary covers an area of 152 sq km in the north east...

Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve

The Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve is arguably one of India’s most exciting...



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