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Goa Sight seeing: Other Packages
Renowned for its party scene - sun, sand and psychedelia form a big part of the Goan experience for most tourists. With sunny, palm-fringed beaches bordered by the endless blue of the Arabian Sea, the allure of Goa is hard to resist. The architectural splendor of its churches, temples and quaint white houses blend harmoniously with the beach scenery. Backpackers, honeymooners, holidaymakers...everyone has a reason to experience the Goan way of life. Its many beaches are ideal to simply stretch back and catch a tan or try out some water sports or indulge in rave parties. It, quite simply, is a one-stop beach destination
Short history of Goa as below:
Panaji is the capital of the Indian state of Goa. It lies on the banks of the Mandovi estuary, in the district of North Goa.Panaji is Goa's third largest city after Vasco and Margao.The climate in Panaji is hot in summers and pretty good in winter. During summers (from March to May) the temperature reaches up to 40°C and in winters (from December to February) it is usually between 32°C and 20°C.The Monsoon period is from June to September with average rainfall and heavy winds.
Margao is Goa's second largest town and a bustling commercial centre. The town of Margao was once a major religious centre, with dozens of wealthy temples and dharmshalas (dormitories). In fact the name Margao is thought to be the Portuguese corruption of the word Mathgram (from Math - a Hindu religious centre that used to exist there
Vasco Da Gama
Vasco da Gama is a small city in Goa state on the west coast of India. It is named after the Portuguese explorer Vasco da Gama.The people from Vasco love fun and music.Vasco is also famous as the abode of Goa's toddy tappers, Vialli (locally known as Render),
Nestled close to the Arabian Sea, the state of Maharashtra located on the western side of India, is known for its tranquillity and exceptional beauty. It is the second most populous and third largest state by area in India. Maharashtra is bordered by the Arabian Sea to the west, Gujarat and the Union territory of Dadra and Nagar Haveli to the northwest, Madhya Pradesh to the northeast, Chattisgarh to the east, Karnataka to the south, Andhra Pradesh to the southeast, and Goa to the southwest. Maharashtra can proudly term itself to be the richest state in India, owing gratitude to the stupendous industrial activity in the region.

Mumbai, the capital of Maharashtra, is the financial capital of the country and is bestowed with the best infrastructural support for development. The vibrant state of Maharashtra is divided into five major regions namely, Vidharba, Marathwada, Khandesh and northern Maharashtra, Desh or Western Maharashtra and the most exotic Konkan region, which is dotted with world famous tourist spots.

The other major centres of commercial and tourism importance are Nagpur, Nashik, Pune, Nanded and also scenic hill stations like Lonavala, Mahabaleshwar and Khandala. Maharashtra, studded with natural marvels like beaches, hill stations, man-made architectural structures, peaceful temples, churches and rock cut caves. The rich history and culture attracts many eager tourists from the all parts of the world.

The vibrant city of Mumbai is a natural first stop for visitors to India's western coast. One could say that Mumbai is the New York of India. It offers a lifestyle that is rich, cosmopolitan and diverse, with a variety of food, entertainment and nightlife. Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport in Mumbai is the biggest and the second busiest airport in India. The Gateway of India is one the most sought after tourist spots of Mumbai. Also, the city is dotted with the most scenic beaches in the name of Juhu, Chowpathi, Aksa and Marve.

The Elephanta caves, Ajantha and Ellora caves are only a ferry ride away from this wonderful city. Mumbai is also dotted with the most famous religious spots like the Mahalakshmi, Siddhi Vinayak temple and also the Mount Mary Church. A trip to Mumbai would be worthless if you remove the picturesque Marine Drive and also the most crowded shopping areas like Fashion Street, out of your travel plan.

Pune, the second largest city in Maharashtra and the eighth largest in India, is the state's cultural and heritage capital. Pune has seen some astounding development in the recent years which has made it a not-to-miss tourism destination of Maharashtra. Pune has undoubtedly blossomed into a centre of art and learning. Several far reaching revenue and judicial reforms were also initiated in the city. Shaniwarwada, Saras baug, Aga Khan Palace, Parvati Temple, Khadakwasla Dam, Sinhgad are the most visited places by tourists in Pune.
Hill stations
Lonavala, Khandala, Matheran and Mahabaleshwar account to a major proportion of Maharashtra’s tourism revenue, thanks to the hot and humid summers in most parts of India. These hill stations were established during the British colonial rule, as a retreat from the scorching summer heat and have grown as tourism hotspots since then. All these hill stations are great holiday destinations throughout the year, except for the monsoon months.
Shirdi Saibaba
How to Reach Shirdi Saibaba
The sacred abode of Shri Sai Baba at Shirdi is easily accessible from all the corners of India and even from all the major cities of the world. You can reach this pilgrim center by air, train and road, which ever medium that suits you.
The nearest airport to Shirdi is at Nashik, 75kms away, Aurangabad is at a distance of 150kms, which is connected by all the major towns of India. You can also come till Mumbai by air and travel down to 296kms to reach Shirdi. Mumbai has both international and domestic airports that grant connectivity to the world. Domestic airport in Pune is about 231kms from Shirdi. There are regular public and private transport operators that ensure your easy access to the sanctum of Saibaba.
By Rail/Train
Kopergaon on Daund-Manmad Line is an important railway station about 16kms from Shirdi. This station is on the route of the Karnataka Express from New Delhi to Bangalore. Manmad is another important station about 58kms from Shirdi which carries a number trains from Mumbai and Delhi. Shirdi has a computerized Railway Ticket Booking Center within the temple premises. From here you can have railway tickets of whichever destination all through India.
By Road
Shirdi can be reached by taking a Bus from almost all major cities of Maharashtra. Shirdi is on the Ahmednagar-Manmad Highway, 250 km from Mumbai and 75 km from Nashik. MTDC runs buses from all major destinations.
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