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Day 1


Mumbai would be the place of your arrival. After checking-in the hotel and a small break you will continue with the sightseeing of Mumbai. Early you will be transferred to the Gateway of India further you will proceed towards the Elephanta Caves Elephanta Caves, situated on an island around 10 kilometres from the shores of Mumbai. These hollows include sanctuaries cut from strong shake going back to the seventh century, The main attraction is the three-headed bust of Lord Shiva, famously known as ‘Trimurti’. You may walk around Fashion Street, an extent well known for its fare attire and frill. Later drive past Marine Drive is otherwise called the Queen's Necklace. Afterwards, climb Malabar Hill to visit the flawlessly embellished Jain Temple, Kamala Nehru Park and the Hanging Garden. Afterwards, return back to the lodging for supper and overnight remain.

Day 2

Mumbai-Alibaug(96 km/2 hr 15 min)

Continuing journey you will move to Alibaug which is approx. 96 km far from Mumbai. Alibag, otherwise called Alibaug, is a beachfront town, only south of Mumbai, in western India. It's known for its shorelines.
As you will be reaching Alibag in the late morning so you can visit Kihim Beach, Janjira Fort, Alibagh Beach and Kulaba Fort. And the journey of Alibag will end here and you will be moving to your hotel for the overnight stay.

Day 3-4

Alibaug-Ganpati Phule (289 km/ 7 hr 45 min)

From Alibaug to Ganpati Phule it is a 7 hr to 8 hr Journey covering almost 289 km. You will be reaching Ganpati Phule in the early evening. You will be starting next day with visiting Ganpati Phule which is a temple, next you'll be moving Prachin Konkan, then to Ganpati Phule Beach, following with Magic Garden and Siddhakala Arts.

Day 5

Ganpati Phule-Panchgani

As you will be leaving early in the morning for Panchgani your journey will approx. will take 5 hr and you will be covering almost 210 km.
Panchgani is one of the famous hill stations in Maharashtra. After reaching Panchgani and having lunch you will be continuing with the sightseeing.
Starting with Kate's Point, Dhom Dam, Sydney Point, Table Land, Lingmala Falls, Parsi Point, Harrison's Folly. And after dinner, you will stay overnight in Panchgani.

Day 6

Panchgani-Karjat (193 km/3 hr 46 min)

Early in the morning, you will be leaving for karjat which is 193 km away from Panchgani and will take approx. 3 hr 46 min and after reaching in karjat you will be continuing with the sightseeing of this place. The Kondana Caves, Peth forts, Trekking, Kothligad.
This all will be done within hours and after having dinner you will be moving to your further destination that is Matheran.

Day 7


Matheran is a hill station of Maharashtra and is famous for its natural scenic beauty. As you will be reaching Matheran in the morning the sightseeing will be started with Louisa Point, Alexander Point, Porcupine Point, Panorama Point Matheran, Pisharnath Mahadev Mandir, Echo Point, Prabalgad. With this place, your sightseeing of Matheran will be ending. And there will be an overnight stay at Matheran.

Day 8


Next day for Nashik you will be visiting the Trimbakeshwar Temple, Kalaram Temple, Pandavleni Caves and till the evening you can visit Triveni Sangam, Mukhti Dham. There will be an overnight stay in Nashik as well.

Day 9


Pune will the final destination of this Journey. In Pune, you will be starting with Shaniwar Wada, Sinhagad, Aga Khan Palace, Dagadusheth Halwai Ganapati Temple, Pataleshwar. And this will be the last day, and after all the sightseeing you will get an assisted transfer to the airport to board the flight for your onward destination.

Accommodation in Villa or 3* Hotels / Similar. Deluxe room with complimentary services. Complimentary breakfast. Pickup & Drop from Airport/Railway Station. Sightseeing Tour by Swift Dzire/ Indigo or Similar as per the itinerary. The tour guide (Games & Activity Planner) included as per the plan. – Optional Line
Any expense occurred due to exigencies. Travel Insurance & Gov. taxes. Monument visit fee or any entry fee or Camera fees. Any personal expenses, laundry, shopping, tips etc. Air & Train fare. Club entry & bonfire or parties are subject to availability. Heater Charges per night. Any adventure activities. the package is not valid for blackout days. You may review terms of service, please visit www.travelmagica.com/terms

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