MOST HAPPENING LOCATION
MURBAD DIST THANE

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Murbad is a census town in Thane district - MH, near by Karjat. Murbad is an industrial town with private and MIDC.Murbad is within administrative division of of thane district. The nearest airport is Chattarpati Shivaji international airport in Mumbai. The nearest railway station is kalyan, which is 80 km from Mumbai CST on the Central railway line. Murbad lies on the Kalyan to Ahmednagar National Highway (No.222). Roads- Murbad-Malshej state highway(222) is in good condition. Murbad is surrounded with many tourist places.


SHAHPUR DIST THANE

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Shahapur is a census town in Thane district - MH. Shahapur is the largest Taluka in Thane District. Shahapur is surrounded by the Sahyadris; places like Mahuli and Aaja are popular spots for trekking. The Maharastra Government has declared Shahapur a centre for Tourism. Shahapur is also a major supplier of water to Mumbai. The four dams at Tansa, Bhatsa, Vaitarna, and Modak Sagar, together supply 2900 megalitres per day. Since Shahapur supplies almost all the drinking water to Mumbai, the government of Maharashtra has declared this town to be a No Chemical Zone.The nearest airport is Chattarpati Shivaji international airport in Mumbai. The nearest railway station is Asangaon, which is 85 km from Mumbai CST on the Central railway line. Shahapur is situated around 25 km from Kalyan railway station, 45 km from Thane, and 55 km from Mulund. Shahapur lies on the Mumbai to Agra National Highway (No.3) and is 90 km from Mumbai.

DISTANCES

AirPorts Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport 63 KM near. RailWay Stations Connecting Murbad BADLAPUR Maharashtra,Thane,Ambernath 20 KM near. VANGANI Maharashtra,Thane,Ambernath 21 KM near. KALYAN JN Maharashtra,Thane,Kalyan 30 KM near. Kopar Road Maharashtra,Thane,Dombivli 37 KM near. Thane Maharashtra,Thane,Thane 49 KM near.

TOURIST PLACE
BHIMASHANKAR

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This is a beautiful temple of Lord Shiva which is one of the 12 Jyotirlingas in India. Lord Shankara after getting angry killed Rakshas Tripurasura. The heat prodeced from their war caused the origin of river Bhima. Hence the name Bhimashankar. This temple was built in the Nagara style of rchitecture and dates back to the 18th century. There are influences from the Indo Aryan style of architecture. It is believed that an ancient shrine was erected over a Swayambhu Linga or a Self Emanated Shiva Linga. Thus the Linga is exactly in the centre of the floor of the Garbagriha literally meaning the Sanctum. Intricate carvings on the pillars and the doorframes of the temple tell a story and attract many tourists. Bhimashankar is about 128 km away from Pune. The route to Bhimashankar is via Manchar. One can go to this place and be back to Pune in one day. Bhimashankar is just the place to be for nature lovers, trekkers, jungle lovers and bird watchers.


MAJOR WATER SUPPLIER TO MUMBAI

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Shahapur is surrounded by the Sahyadris; places like Mahuli and Aaja are popular spots for trekking. The Maharastra Government has declared Shahapur a centre for Tourism. Shahapur is also a major supplier of water to Mumbai. The four dams at Tansa, Bhatsa, Vaitarna, and Modak Sagar, together supply 2900 megalitres per day. Since Shahapur supplies almost all the drinking water to Mumbai, the government of Maharashtra has declared this town to be a No Chemical Zone.

MAHULI FORT
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Mahuli also called Sangam Mahuli is a picturesque place nestled in the lap of majestic mountain ranges of Western Ghats. It is located at the convergence of Yenna and Krishna rivers. This place with quiet ambiance is famous for its renowned temples, valiant forts and sparkling lakes. Standing tall at a height of 762 mts, Mahuli fort with its amazing stone carvings, is a very good example for the artistic talents of the then generation. Since the tower of the fort is located at a higher altitude it can easily be differentiated from the encompassing hills. This fort provides stunning view of the underlying lakes and valleys.

MATHERAN
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Located at a height of 800 mts this gorgeous hilly terrain, Matheran is blessed with an invigorating climate, which attracts the tourists with its amazing spectacles throughout the year. It is close to Pune and Mumbai. People mainly from Mumbai and Pune visit this place in order to take a break from the tiresome city life. The journey to this hill station is very adventurous and thrilling as movement of vehicles is banned here. It is blessed with 38 spectacular peak points. You can fill your heart with the beauty of the nature at Little Chouk, Louisa and panorama points. Charlotte Lake, Parsi and Hindu cemeteries are worth a visit. Byron Garbutt point, Panorama Point are the best places for trekkers. The Paymaster Park and Panthers’ Caves are the places where children enjoy the most. The two hour toy train ride is enjoyed both by kids and elders. The joyous two hour ride provides an amazing view of the lush green and lofty cliffs. Hath point provides a stunning glimpse of Mumbai. Shopping can be best enjoyed in the main bazaar, which is famous for leather products, hats, chappals and delicious chikki.

KARJAT
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Karjat is one of the glorious spots to spend the weekends with friends and family. It is best suited to carry out bunch of adventurous activities such as mountain climbing, trekking, river rafting etc. It is the home of largest farm houses and heaven for trekking zealots. It has dangerous trekking paths. The three important trekking trail leads to Matheran via Rambagh point, Peth Fort, and Chanderi Fort. Wide water rafting is also another famous activity in monsoon. The starting point of the rafting is in Kondana village, which is about 15kms from Karjat. July to September is the right time to go rafting. Rafting is done in the Ulhas River

MALSHEJ GHAT
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A picturesque hill located at a height of 700mts, Malshej Ghat boasts of refreshing ambiance. Situated in Pune, this spectacular hill station is a heaven for trekkers and adventurists. It dazes the tourists with its spectacular flora, fauna, avian-folk, forts, sparkling lakes and scenic beauty. Hundreds of waterfalls flowing through the heart of the place offer memorable spectacles. These meandering waterfalls heighten the beauty of the place and are a source of instant attractions among the tourists. MalshejGhat looks absolutely stunning under heavy fog. Spectacular view of the underlying valleys and forests can be enjoyed from here. It is a perfect place to enjoy the cool and calm walk amidst the lush green and enjoy the magnificent landscapes. Harishchandragad is one of the prominent trekking spots. Winters are the best season to enjoy trekking.