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Hill Station of Maharashtra
Hills stations of Maharashtra offer breathtaking views of green hills and cliffs, pristine environment and splendid experience for enthusiastic and adventurous tourists. These locations are popular for adventure tourism and nature tourism. These are easily accessible from Mumbai, Goa, Panjim and Pune.
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