About 37 kilometres away from the city of Aurangabad in Maharashtra, Mhaismal is a beautiful, unexplored hill station tucked amidst the Sahyadri Ranges at an altitude of over 106 metres above the sea level. Also titled as the 'Mahabaleshwar of Marathwada', Mhaismal is a perfect blend of the undefiled nature and the breathtaking terrains. It s famous for its temples, gardens, valleys, caves and forts all adding to its inherent natural charm. The pristine ambience of the place is a treat for the tired urban eyes looking for a quiet weekend getaway from Mumbai, Aurangabad or Pune.
The hill station has a plateau with lush greenery, hills and forest cover which is a natural paradise that photographers and nature lovers seek. It is also famous as a Botanical Workshop for the wide variety of flora and fauna it has in store. Mhaismal, although offbeat, is slowly getting popularity because of the greenery that is it adorned with during the monsoons, the wide range of flora it has in store, the bamboo brown forests and the queer village.
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