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The dreams of the brave to conquer the mountains, white water rafting in the ravines and fast flowing rivers of the north became a craze.

These adventures required the brave and the fit, with courage grit and imagination, with quick wits, and penchant to play with danger.

Tour India created a separate division to sift and collect the

fit an with the right medical certificate who would be able to withstand the rigors, and play with the hills and surf.

Today Tour India organizes such tour on a limited scale in the mountains and rugged terrain of the north, bordering the Himalayas range.

 
LONAVAL - KHANDALA
Lonavala and Khandala offer breathtaking views of cascading waterfalls during the monsoon, and the surrounding mountains of the plains spread out to the horizon. A trip to these holiday resorts can be combined with that on the Karla, Bhaja, and Bedsa caves, which are very near from Lonavala. Blessed by the nature in bounty, the hill resorts have plethora of places of Tourist Attraction in Lonavala & Khandala - Beautiful Hills, Deep Green Valleys, Huge Lakes, Historic Forts, Waterfalls, etc.
 
MATHERAN
Matheran is a fascinating hill-station 80-km east of Mumbai in Alibag district is situated at an Altitude of 800m. This little hill paradise has been left largely undisturbed, since the time when an Englishman, Hugh Mallet, Collector of Thane, discovered it in 1850 and declared it a fine place for shady walks. Matheran is the closest hill station to Mumbai and Pune . Ideally suited for the weekend Matheran provides a break from the city.
 
MAHABALESHWAR - PRATAPGAD

Mahabaleshwar is situated amidst the high range of Sahyadri. It offers a breathtaking view of valleys below, which are full of evergreen forest and lush undergrowth. Many springs and waterfalls abound in this area which offers best viewing points and picnic spots. Many of these points have good motorable roads leading the tourists for an easy aproach.The winding rides through thick foliage are an experience in themselves.If one really wants to be near nature to enjoy it; it is a must for every tourist to amble around on these paths; which are maintained in fairly good condition.
 
RAIGAD

Fort Raigad was the capital of the most illustrious Maratha sovereign, nurtured by Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj. It is a monument of his prophetic vision of Hindavi Swarajya.This is a preamble prior to your electrifying excursion around Fort Raigad. It has been described by European historians as 'The Gibraltar of East'. Various landmarks have lent it the credo of 'Shivtirth'.
 
PANHALA FORT

Panhala fort is 18 km northwest to Kolhapur. Although it has legendary connection with god Parashurama, the fort was probably founded by King Raja Bhoja in the late twelfth century. It covers a vast area, with massive perimeter walls over 7 km in length and a steep slope beneath. Nevertheless, Panhala could not reasonably be described as impregnable. Over the years it has fallen to the Devagiri Yadavas, various Maratha chieftains and, in 1489, the Adil Shahi dynasty of Bijapur army, who erected the ramparts that still stand.
 
SHIVNERI FORT

Exactly behind Junnar city one can see a beautiful hillock. Yes! this is Shivneri what we are looking for. Shivneri was the birth place of Shivaji Maharaj and the place where he spent his early childhood. With all the contradictions running in mind we consider the birth date of Shivaji Maharaj to be 19 Feb 1630.
 
MALSHEJ GHAT

Vibrant shades of green interspersed with numerous silver streaks cascading down the cliff face and the cool mist laden atmosphere is a sure fire stress buster. Emerging into this mist covered world from the tunnel at the top of the ghat, with glimpses of tall rugged mountains towering all around and breathtaking sight of a flock of flamingoes rising from monsoon lakes has you convinced of having stumbled upon Mumbai’s very own ShangriLa but a highly accessible one.
 
CHINCHOTI

This tourist spot, which is a popular picnic spot for the young crowds from Mumbai City, is located to the east of Vasai close to the Mumbai - Ahmedabad Highway. In the center of the thick forest, there is this waterfall which flows continuously from June to October. The waterfall is about 100 ft. high and 20 ft. broad. Thousands of tourists visit this place every year to enjoy the falls.
 
TUNGARESHWAR

Tungareshwar is a very popular place for the devotees of "Lord Shankar". On the way to Tungareshwar, one can observe the beauty of nature and find a number of medicinal plants and herbs. Besides this very ancient temple, there is a river accompanying big water streams and waterfalls. The geologists have discovered mines of Aluminium after studying the geography of the place. Near the "Parshuram Kund" there is the "Ashram of Sadanand Baba" . This pilgrim spot is about 2000 ft. above sea level.

 
HIMACHAL

The trail takes you through lush green fields, remote villages and virgin forests. This trek pass through the dense Deodar forests of Khajjiar. The trail takes you through some of the most spectacular landscape one can ever hope to see. The traditional, remote villages make for a special attraction for any visitor and again leads the path to kugti pass.The close range view of of the towering peaks of Lahaul and Zanskar from the summit.
 
SIKKIM

To really see Sikkim, it is necessary to leave the hamlets. It is impossible not to be awed by Sikkim's sharp, lush hills, leaping waterfalls, thundering rivers, and placid lakes. The people, sculpted by lives of low-tech farming and mountainous travel, have behind them generations of communal intermixing.

 
JABLPUR

Pleasure resort and capital of the gond kings during the 12th century, jabalpur was later the seat of the kalchuri dynasty The Maratha's held sway over jabalpur until 1817, when the British wrested it from them and left their impression on the spacious cantonment with its colonial residences and barracks.Today jabalpur is an important administrative centre, a bustle with commercial activity.
 
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