The Andaman Islands are an Indian archipelago in the Bay of Bengal. These roughly 300 islands are known for their palm-lined, white-sand beaches, mangroves and tropical rainforests. Coral reefs supporting marine life such as sharks and rays make for popular diving and snorkeling sites. Andaman and Nicobar Islands are developing into a major tourism hub with exotic-looking beaches and pristine islands having equally exotic names, wonderful opportunities for adventure sports like snorkelling and sea-walking.
Girgaum-Chowpatty is one of the most famous public beach Marin Drive, the promenade circling India’s financial capital. One can find several snack and finger food vendors around the beach.
Aamby Valley city, the first of its kind Megalopolis, spread over more than ten thousand undulating acres of verdant expense, is snugly nestled amidst picturesque environs of great Sahayadri mountain range.
Pawana dam is one of the excellent place for one day outing. It is surrounded by the forts like Lohgad, Tikona, Tung and Visapur which will add beauty to it. During rainy season most of the people visit Pawana dam. One can enjoy boating , water sports here.
A visit to Gangapur Dam must be combined with other tourist attractions across the city. With its delectable cuisines, and opportunities to explore the surrounding areas, Nashik is perfectly poised to offer an experience that is both, authentic as well as unique! There are many ideal locations to visit in and around this wonderful city, with prominent local landmarks and favourable restaurants being just a few examples. A visit to Gangapur Dam will give you a greater insight into the various cultures and traditions of Nashik .
Shirdi is the abode of one of Maharashtra's most revered saint -- Sai Baba of Shirdi. Popularly known as the 'Child of God', Sai Baba preached tolerance towards all religions and the message of universal brotherhood.
An ashram established by Meher Baba near Arangaon Village, India in 1923. It is now the site of Meher Baba's samadhi (shrine/tomb). A large number of buildings mostly associated with the earlier decades of Baba’s work are also there. Meherabad is a popular place of pilgrimage for both Eastern and Western followers of Meher Baba.
Dhom Dam, is an earthfill and gravity dam on Krishna river near Wai in state of Maharashtra in India. Dhom is a Village in Wai Taluka, Satara District, Maharashtra State. Dhom has the epithetic name "Dakshin Kashi". In old times, it was known as Virat Nagari. Dhom is known in Maharashtra for its ghats on the banks of the Krishna River and its temples, including especially the "Shree narsinha" temple on the "Kreeshna Ghat". Dhom is also famous for film shootings (Hindi, Marathi, Bhojpuri, Tamil etc.