Tuesday, March 5, 2013

A Memorable 167 Km Journey…

Most of the human beings love to see new places and favored to do something adventurous on their trip, so that it can make a remarkable space on their heart and soul for forever. You might have visited multiple numbers of places inside your country or abroad, but have you ever cover this 167 km journey in India? Predetermine to get a touch of this fascinating distance before India tour.

Hire a car and start the journey from India’s biggest metropolitan city Mumbai. The city is the dream destination for the youngsters which offers a wide scope in a variety of fields. Some parts of the youth flown to this city, to make their career in Bollywood film industry, as it is the birthplace of Indian film industry. The city always spends sleepless nights that make it distinct from any other cities in India. Gateway of India, Elephanta Caves and Juhu Beach are some striking points of the city that makes Mumbai trip more fascinating.

Gateway of India, Mumbai
Gear up for the north-eastern suburb of Mumbai, Thane, which is holding its breath at an altitude of about 7 meter from the sea level. Entire area of the city is surrounded by verdant green hills and circulates multiple numbers of enchanting lakes which enhances the beauty of the city. Masunda Talao and Talao Pali are two beautiful lakes of the city, offers a series of activities like water-scooter and boating. Kopineshwar is the oldest temple of Thane where Lord Shiva is worshipped. Slow down your car near Kelva Beach; Suru trees cover the entire coastline where local populace mostly visited.

Trimbakeshwar Shiva Temple, Nashik, Maharashtra
Your next move will be one of the famous religious cities in India, Nashik where you can reach following the National Highway 3. The broken sounds of the sacred River Godavari, you can clearly hear while rolling over the wonderful Godavari Arch Bridge which will indicate that you are at Nashik. The city is the home to one of the twelve jyotirlingas in India and the hub of the largest congregation of people during Maha Kumbh Mela. Tapovan is a pictorial spot; this lush green environment once was a meditation spot for great sagas. Nashik tour can never be completed without visiting its two historical and cultural hub sites namely Pandavleni Caves and Panchavati. Panchavati is a sacred place where all religious activates are performed. People are most frequent at this site and wish to take a holy dip in the Godavari River.

Nashik is well connected to Mumbai by road and it takes 2 hours and 30 minutes to cover 167 km distance. During this road trip, you will cover the places such as Mumbai – Thane – Shahapur – Ghoti – Nashik which will be a perfect trip in India for collecting everlasting memories.

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