The Lil Flea, 2015!

The Lil Flea edition 5 undoubtedly was one of the best edition so far. With people buzzing in and out all three days of this fest, it sure rocked the event.

The Lil Flea was located at the Reclamation Ground, BKC, and was live for three days. It started getting attention right from Day 1, the entire weekend turned out to be a huge success for The Lil Flea and the stores in The Lil Flea.

The Lil Flea was literally a Shoppers Paradise!



With stores selling the most creative and unique items, it was difficult to decide what to buy and what not. There were stalls for home and decor, stationery, nursery, men and women’s clothing as well as accessories! One trip throughout the location was just not enough. We must have walked throughout the ground thrice and still found ourselves facing new stores and exciting things.

The owners were smart enough to add an ATM machine at The Lil Flea. All the items were so reasonably charged you couldn’t resist buying them. Moreover, some lovely store owners were ready to give me a discount. #LoveThemForThat!




I believe The Lil Flea brings a sense of creativity and innovation in our lives. With everybody going nuts purchasing day to day things with a twist, they all welcomed creativity in their lives in some way or the other.

The event was well organized and I personally loved the way it was decorated. Every store had their own set of lights and most of them were decorated in lovely fairy lights. The cherry of the event was the Live Music Concert, young talents performed so beautifully that I’m still hungover on some of their songs. The best part was people from all ages were enjoying the music there! They sat in front of the stage, applauded and sang with the performers making it all the more energetic and fun to watch!

If you’re a foodie, you would be mad to not eat at The Lil Flea. There were food stalls of all sorts. From Waffle on a stick to Mojito in enormous cups, you had it all. It was one hell of an event.

I believe half of Mumbai spent their weekend here at The Lil Flea, and why wouldn’t they! With the hottest art and the most soothing ambience, The Lil Flea was the star of this Weekend!

Check out these pictures we clicked at The Lil Flea!







Look at them. Sitting comfortably enjoying the concert! It was all so lovely!







Were you there too? Great! We would love to hear from you.

You can get in touch with us here.


Makeup & Beauty Product Review #1: Ruby Woo by MAC!

Hey there!

A lot of people have been asking us to review beauty products and thus here it goes!

The high heel talk promises to bring you the most honest beauty product reviews along with its team of talented content writers.

The review of the beauty product below is the most honest, and impartial. We speak from our own experience of using the product! So, let’s begin!


Product: Lipstick

Brand: MAC Cosmetics

Shade: Ruby Woo

Price: INR 1450/-


So, I've certain ways of applying a lip color. In this image I applied MAC Ruby Woo and coated it with a dash of Powder. For a lighter tone of the lip color.

So, I’ve certain ways of applying a lip color. In this image I applied MAC Ruby Woo and coated it with a dash of Powder. For lighter tone of the lip color.

MAC has been all over the Indian market and we thought why not review if it’s worth the buzz. As many of you have already asked me about this product by Mac through various mediums (Instagram DM’s, Facebook messages, online chats, and I’ve also got few emails!), you must know my opinion about it.

None the less, we are reviewing the product elaborately to help you figure out if it’s the right match for you.

MAC makeup and beauty products offer pretty amazing lipstick shades, different shades for different skin tones! I believe lipstick colors last for a certain phase in life. I had a phase when I was obsessed with orange color; I own 3 different brands of the same shade (Vegas Volt from MAC is still my favourite!). I’m currently obsessed with Red! I could kill for it!


I'm so obsessed with the color, I just can't imagine not wearing it on! This shade is darker because I applied two strokes of the lip color.

I’m obsessed with the color, I just can’t imagine not wearing it on! This shade looks darker because I applied two strokes of the lip color.

MAC has these amazing shades in Red, viz. Ruby Woo, Russian Red, Impassioned, Lady Danger, Heartless, Dubonnet, Dare you, Cockney and many more!

Let’s focus on our Product of honour; Ruby Woo by Mac!

Ruby Woo comes with a Matte finish, and the texture is sure to make you fall in love with it. It’s perfect for all occasions. Come on, it’s red! It will look hot on any look. I fail to understand why many girls shy away from matte finishes. It’s less fussy, your hair won’t stick to your lipstick (Yeah, you will start loving the wind), and matte finish is so much sexier than glossy!


Ruby woo by MAC is so rich in texture, you wouldn’t need gloss to make it pop out.

Just one stroke of MAC lipstick will get you the promised lip color. This shade has super rich pigmentation and if you don’t want too dark a color, you should stick to one stroke!

You must be thinking,

All this is okay but how long does it last for?

This lipstick lasts for good 8 hours, unless you fiddle with it! Basically, it tends to fade away when you eat or drink something. That’s given, isn’t it?


As is evident with this picture, you do not need any makeup, Ruby Woo is just enough!

As is evident with this picture, you do not need any makeup, Ruby Woo is just enough!


Rating: 8.5/10

Why not 10? Well, I just wish it was a bit cheaper!

Anyway, the overall experience is quite satisfactory. It’s my run-to makeup when I’ve a sudden date or occasion to go to!

I recommend MAC Ruby Woo to anyone looking to have some fun in life and a craving for hot red lip color!


53 Quotes That Are Way Better Than Your Therapist!

How many times in a month do you go looking for quotes?

Many, I’m sure!

I believe that’s the best thing to do. Instead of visiting that super expensive therapist of yourself, read the below quotes and get your stuff together.

They are sure to bring wit, inspiration, epiphany, impetus and spur back in your life.

Before you give up remind yourself that,

Life is breathing in and out, stop complicating it! – Ankita Patil

So, let’s stop everything else, read the below quotes, and feel better. :)

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2. Enjoy the little things in life…for one day you’ll look back and realize they were the big things.



4. Because when you stop and look around this life is pretty amazing.




6. Add life to your days, not days to your life.





8. Blessed are the curious for they shall have adventures!




10. Traveling in the company of those we love is home in motion :)




12. One walks through life much easier with a smile on their face.




14. Worrying won’t stop the bad stuff from happening, it just stops you from enjoying the good.




16.We are new every day.




18. Whatever you are, always be a good one!




20. I have found that if you love life, life will love you back. :)




22. All that we are is a result of what we have thought. The mind is everything. What we think, we become.




24. Never ever apologise for things that make you HAPPY!




26. When you know your worth, no one can make you feel worthless.




28. Stop being afraid of what could go wrong, and focus on what could go right.




30. Oh yes the past can hurt. But the way I see it, you can either run from it, or learn from it.




32. Happiness can be found even in the darkest of times if one only remembers to turn on the light.




34. “I do believe something very magical can happen when you read a good book.” – J.K.Rowling




36. Don’t ruin a good today because of a bad yesterday.




38. Your mistakes don’t define you.




40. “In three words I can sum up everything I’ve learned about life: IT GOES ON!” – Robert Frost



42. Happiness is not the absence of problems, it’s the ability to deal with them.




44. Nothing can dim the light that shines from within.




46. Forget all the reasons why it won’t work, and believe the one reason why it will!




48. It’s amazing how far you’re willing to go when someone believes in you.




50. Better a life full of childish dreams than a dreamless life.



52. If it’s meant to be, it will be!




Now go do the things you were procrastinating to forever. Remember, now is all you have!
Festive Fashion

3 Trendy Festive Fashion You Ought To Try!

Festive fashion has seen a lot of change in the last decade. From the very traditional look, we have slowly started to move towards the fun, western attires for our festive looks. Festivals like Diwali, Holi, Durga Puja are seeing trends that are inclined more towards the western outfits than Indian.

Durga Puja is one such sought after festival in West Bengal; celebrated in the most boisterous and amusing way. The way the women dress up during this festival is the most eye pleasing aspect of this festival. Thus, the Durga Puja Fashion has seen the highest variety of trends. 2015 is no different. With the western apparels taking over; amalgamation of the western and Indian trends will be seen as the festive fashion in India.

Want to know what should you wear this Durga Puja? Hunt through the below fashion trends to zero down one for yourself!


#1 Go The Traditional Way!



Dressing the traditional way this Durga Puja is sure to get you a lot of double clicks on Instagram! A traditional Bengali Sari will not just look pretty on you but, will also make you feel closer to the culture. Though, wearing a Bengali Sari is not the only thing to feel closer to the culture. You must dress what you’re most comfortable in. Wearing a sari to work can be a big hassle and thus, Kaftans are your short cut to dressing traditional this year.

Don’t have the time to go hunting for Kaftans? No worries! Try these Kaftan’s on, which are a perfect match for your traditional festive fashion.




#2 Fall In Love With Maxi Dresses!

Maxi Dress




For all of you who are sick of dressing traditional and still want to dress special for Durga Puja or for any other festive fashion, here’s your poison!

Maxi dresses are a big yes and are one of the hottest trending fashion items now. Pair the dress with accessories and high heels to get yourself the most unique and eye pleasing look for this Durga Puja.

This look is super chic and modish, and will give a fun twist to your Durga Puja Festive Fashion. As I was hunting for the coolest maxi dresses, I came across this. Happy hunting!


#3 Palazzo Pants Teamed With Chic Jackets!

Chic Jacket

Palazzo Pants




OMG! You will kill it with this look. Palazzo pants teamed with traditional jackets is the trendiest you could get this festive season.

It’s a killer combination and more and more people are opting for this look. You could pair it up with closed shoes or pumps and some elegant yet eye catchy accessories.

Though, try not to go overboard with the accessories.





There you have it! Three of the hottest looks for the festive season in India. As India is evolving, festive fashion has seen more and more changes. The above festive fashion trends are sure to rock all your festive attire needs for 2015. Zero down one for this Durga Puja, and be ready to get a lot of compliments for your unique and adorable fashion!


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19 Mumbai Photos That Will Make You Miss Monsoon!

Monsoon has taken a break and that is making me terribly miss the sound of rain. I’m sure most of you’re too!


The sad thing is;

We cannot do anything about it!


Other than the fact that we can go back to those beautiful days and memories and crave for the rains. The sound, the view, the atmosphere was all so pleasant back then. It seems forever since it last poured down in Mumbai. Anyway, so I went through some beautiful Monsoon Pictures of Mumbai and collated the best ones of the lot below.

Scroll through the below Mumbai photos and relive the beautiful monsoon days of Mumbai in 2015. Make sure you save water, as there is already water shortage in Mumbai. Read all about saving water here!


1. Rains and wind together is a perfect amalgamation.




2. The way rain drops look on fresh green leaves, makes everything even more alive.




3. Mumbai takes pride in Monsoon Fashion. I see no reasons why it shouldn’t.




4. Heavy grey clouds of rains brought smile to all our faces. And still do!




5. The way rainbow & monsoon made Mumbai look more like a beautiful hill station.




6. BWSL was the most scenic bridge to be on!




7. Corn soon became the favorite street food in Mumbai. And we got no complaints!




8. The way in which clouds warned us of a storm but, were mild on us!




9. The way Bombay turned into a artists paradise!




10. Because tea breaks are so much more fun during rains!




11. When the sun peaked out amid the dark clouds, it brought instant happiness!





12. And when the smallest places made the best spots to relax in!




13. The way we all turned into photographers, even when we were pilled up with work!




14. And the way it made us fall in love.




15. Again.




16. And again.




17. Most houses had turned yellow & blue.




18. When Bombay made us stare at it. For hours straight. With coffee and a beautiful book to read.




19. When everyone was fussing about rains and I gave them five reasons why they shouldn’t.




So, relax and enjoy the rains as they pour down on us!

make sex awkward in 5 words

‘Make Sex Awkward In 5 Words’ is the funniest Twitter Trend Ever!

Twitter trends can bring together the entire world and talk about that one topic. Before ‘Make Sex Awkward In 5 Words’, was the extremely famous #BlueandBlack and #WhiteandGold trend, which broke the entire world into two groups. The entire world, for an entire day, kept guessing what color a dress is, apparently it was #BlueandBlack.


Twitter took a funny turn, and so was the trend #MakeSexAwkwardIn5Words was born.

People have been sharing their own versions of what they think should not be said during or before / after sex. The below 17 tweets are sure to crack you up, want to read more? Then, Go here.


#1 Well, that’s definitely not a good start!


Awkward no.1


#2 Err, I guess!


Awkward no.2



#3 Oh no. You don’t. God, Noooooooooooooo!


Awkward no. 3



#4 Okay then, see you never!


Awkward no.4



#5 Slowly dresses up, then runs away like a mad man!


Awkward no.5



#6 This one is worse than watching Jon Snow die. (Well, because we know he isn’t really dead 😉 )


Awkward no.6



#7 Yeah, we WERE.


Awkward no.7



#8 *Ignores the question* *Thinks of someone sexier* *Feels better* *Continues the Ahem!*

Awkward no. 8



#9 Reason why people have trust issue.


Awkward no.8



#1o Of course, you need it now.


Awkward no.10



#11 Loser alert!


Awkward no.11



#12 Backs away immediately!!


Awkward no.12



#13 I can’t either.


Awkward no.13


#14 Oh. My. GOD.


Awkward no. 14


#15 ……. *Silently walks away*


Awkward no. 15



#16 Er..Okay. *Goes in the kitchen, eats a spoonful of Nutella*


Awkward no. 16


#17 Burn. Bad. Buuuuurn!


Awkward no. 17


May the romantic lover live forever and ever! #MakeTheOtherPersonLaugh

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Malshej Ghat

Ultimate Weekend Getaways From Mumbai You Ought To Take!

Mumbai is a city of dreams, the financial capital of India, the city that never sleeps. The result of which often turns out to be stress, frustration and dismay.

The stress from all that work and maintaining the title the city’s entitled to often makes people wish for some quick, relaxing weekend getaways from Mumbai. They hope to relax and unwind over the weekend and luckily destinations around Mumbai offers you just that!

Of course, there are other ways to rejuvenate in Mumbai, like sleeping on your couch and wasting the entire weekend.

Well, I believe weekend getaways from Mumbai work the best!

Moreover, the places around the city are so scenic, one must be insane to sleep on the couch instead of exploring the picturesque destinations around Mumbai.

After tremendous researching and doing all the ‘Aw-this-is-picturesque’ check, I zeroed down on 28 alluring destinations you could go for a weekend getaway from Mumbai.

Here they are:

#1 Durshet Forest Lodge
#2 Igatpuri
#3 Kas Pathar In Satara
#4 Bhandardara
#5 Kalsubai Peak
#6 Rajmachi
#7 Saputara
#8 Mahabaleshwar
#9 Amboli
#10 Diveagar
#11 Dahanu
#12 Bhimashankar
#13 Daman
#14 Harishchandragad
#15 Kamshet
#16 Aurangabad
#17 Lavasa
#18 Indore
#19 Bordi
#20 Nashik
#21 Nagaon Beach
#22 Raigad
#23 Murud-Janjira Fort
#24 Ratnagiri
#25 Pawna Lake
#26 Savarkut
#27 Malshej Ghat
#28 Tarkarli

#1 Durshet Forest Lodge


weekend getaways from mumbaiDistance from Mumbai: Around 76kms. 


Durshet forest lodge is a resort set along the Sahyadri range, along with a beautiful river Amba flowing right through this property.

You may want to know:

What can you do while in Durshet forest lodge?

Well, from trekking to wildlife watching, you can do it all at Durshet forest lodge. In fact, this place is known to be a paradise for wildlife and bird watchers. This place is a must visit in monsoons because of the natural and alluring waterfall which appears only during the monsoons!

That’s not all;

During the monsoon season this place turns into a paradise with a lot of lush greenery around and the wildlife at its naughtiest. Apart from this, you can indulge in adventurous activities like rappelling, Zip line, Burma Bridge, trekking, camping and more!

So, dedicate one weekend to Durshet forest lodge without fail!

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#2 Igatpuri

 weekend getaways from mumbai Distance from Mumbai: Around 121kms.


Igatpuri has always been one of my most favorite getaways from Mumbai. I had heard that monsoon just makes the place look prettier!

So, I went ahead and checked some facts for myself, and… Yes, Igatpuri has that ‘Oh-So-Beautiful’ factor to it during monsoons. Spectacular views of and from the mountains, lush greenery everywhere, captivating water falls, entrancing environs are some of the things that you will come across on your way to Igatpuri.

When at Igatpuri, you can visit the famous upper Vaitarna Dam, which is 30Kms from Igatpuri, but is ‘oh-so-pretty!’ Imagine how wonderful will it be to drive among such greenery while rain drops fall on your car’s window!

Lovely, won’t it be?

You know what to do on your free weekend now, don’t you?

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#3 Kas Pathar In Satara

 weekend getaways from mumbai Distance From Mumbai: Around 262Kms.

This place totally becomes ‘Holy-mother-of-flowers’ during monsoon! This place is situated at the Sahyadri hills at Satara, and blooms some of the most beautiful looking flowers mid-monsoon!

Yep, now is the time to go there. In the month of August, the plateau comes to life with picturesque view of the variety of flowers carpeting the Kas Plateau! Kas Plateau is Maharashtra’s own valley of flowers.

How many times have you visited a place which has bloomed 150 plus types of flowers in one place? I’m sure, not many!

Wouldn’t this be better than the mucky water Mumbai?

Of course it would be!

Go, go visit this paradise now!

Contact us to know more about Kas Pathar, Satara, Now!
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#4 Bhandardara

 weekend getaways from mumbai Distance from Mumbai: Around 165Kms.

Bhandardara, on the banks of the Pravara River, is one of the best natural resorts around Mumbai. Well, if you’re looking for a romantic weekend getaway?

This has to be it!

Bhandardara is one of the most preferred romantic weekend getaways around Mumbai. Not just for that, it is also famously known for its fresh air and the picturesque view!

Bhandardara sure looks astonishing during the day, but, the real beauty is during the night when the moonlit sky shines down on the Bhandardara Lake, making it look like a scene straight from some romantic movie!

The best part is;

The beautiful waterfalls of Bhandardara look even more alluring during the monsoon season, giving you a reason to ogle at the view more than you would generally!

Moreover, Ratangad fort and Kalsubai Peak are here to welcome the trek lovers. In short, Bhandardara is a location for everyone during monsoon!

So, don’t delay!

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#5 Kalsubai Peak

 weekend getaways from mumbai Distance from Mumbai: Around 153kms.


During the monsoon season, travellers fall in love with the Kalsubai Peak. You can start the trek to this peak from Bhandardara too!

So, if you’re visiting Bhandardara, you might as well want to extend your weekend getaway and visit the famous trekking destination in Maharashtra, the Kalsubai Peak.

About 5400ft high, Kalsubai is known as the highest peak in Maharashtra. The best time to visit this destination is from mid-August and September. This gives you time to visit all the other locations!

This location is purely for the nature lovers, who are looking for some kickass adventure among the nature!

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#6 Rajmachi


weekend getaways from mumbaiDistance from Mumbai: Around 320kms.


Rajmachi fort is a proven delight during the monsoons. It’s quite a destination to visit in the winters too but, monsoon is the best time for Rajmachi!

Another historic spot of Maharashtra, Rajmachi stands proud displaying its age-old beauty.

Monsoons brings the fort back to life with all the greenery surrounding the fort. A trek to Rajmachi will prove to be an exciting affair, and will bless you with a lot of wonderful memories. The greenery will ensure that your journey to the top is fresh as a daisy.

This trek is a must visit for all of you who are enthusiastic about trekking and want to trek on every fort around Mumbai!

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#7 Saputara


weekend getaways from mumbai Distance from Mumbai : Around 247.8Kms.


Saputara is located in the Sahyadri range, and is the only hill station in the Dang district of Gujarat. Situated at an altitude of 1,000 metres, Saputara hill station is blessed with natural beauty and picturesque view.

The scenic effulgence makes this hill station a perfect weekend getaway from Mumbai. Moreover, one can visit it all year round and still experience pleasant climate. This sure makes Saputara a favourite among travel enthusiasts in Mumbai and Gujarat.

The hill station is well planned and is blessed with all the essential amenities to entertain tourists. Thus, one can indulge in a lot of activities apart from taking a walk around the picturesque hill station.

The major attraction of Saputara hill station has to be the majestic waterfalls and the serene Saputara lake. You can take a ride around the lake in a paddle boat, which gives the visitors another reason to visit this mesmerizing hill station!

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#8 Mahabaleshwar

weekend getaways from mumbai Distance from Mumbai: Around 263.3Kms.


The most mainstream and run after weekend getaway near Mumbai. Mahabaleshwar is famous for a romantic destination, and is located in the Western Ghats Ranges in Maharashtra.

This hill station stands evergreen throughout the year. The best time to visit Mahabaleshwar is during October till May. Though, I personally believe rains add to the beauty of Mahabaleshwar, making it look much more alluring!

It’s also known for it’s strawberries and mulberries, fruit picking is one of the most popular activity among tourists in Mahabaleshwar. Venna lake is also a famous spot in Mahabaleshwar. Tourists can enjoy a boat ride in the lake or go horse riding alongside the lake.

Visit Mahabaleshwar when you don’t want to risk zeroing down on a destination.

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#9 Amboli

weekend getaways from mumbai Distance from Mumbai : Around 489Kms.


Yet another hill station / town in the Sahyadri Range of Maharashtra. Amboli is famous for being a rejuvenating getaway from Mumbai. The ideal time to visit Amboli is between August and January.

Amboli receives a lot of rain and hence is blessed with thickset forests and mesmerizing waterfalls. The waterfalls along with the other tourist destinations in Amboli are the reason why this hill town is popular among travellers.

When in Amboli, you can visit places like the Sunset Point, Shirgaonkar point, Hiranyakeshi, Amboli Waterfall, Amboli Ghat and Nangartas Waterfall.

Want to experience the village life of Maharashtra?

Then, Amboli is the place you must visit!

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#10 Diveagar

weekend getaways from mumbai Distance from Mumbai : Around 189Kms.


I didn’t know there was a beach town in Maharashtra called Diveagar, and then I visited it! Fond memories of this place make it my favourite-run-to-destination in Maharashtra for a mini-vacation. Visiting Diveagar is a gift you must gift yourself.

With amazing places to live in, mouth-watering sea food, hills for trekking, clean beaches to swim in, and all those activities on the beach make Diveagar the most lively beach!

To know everything that I did in Diveagar, Go here!

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#11 Dahanu

weekend getaways from mumbai Distance from Mumbai: Around 136kms.


Dahanu is a beautiful coastal town located in the Palghar district of Maharashtra. Dahanu is extremely close to the Gujarat border, making it a quick weekend getaway near Gujarat too!

Its flower gardens, coconut trees and fruit orchards make this place rich not just commercially, but also by adding to the beauty of this place. Dahanu is known for its clean wide spread beach, and witnesses a large number of tourists.

One could spend an entire day at the Dahanu beach, star gazing, walking alongside the long Arabian sea, relaxing on the sandy shore or indulging in some outdoor sports.

The Dahanu Fort besides the seashore makes Dahanu an ideal destination for weekend getaways near Mumbai! So go, walk on the sandy shore, swim the clean Arabian sea, breathe the fresh beach air, and come back relaxed and rejuvenated!

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#12 Bhimashankar


weekend getaways from mumbai Distance from Mumbai : Around 214Kms.


Bhimashankar, a picturesque town and a pilgrimage centre is located in the Pune district of Maharashtra. Owing to the presence of the Jyotirlinga temple, Bhimashankar is been popularised as a pilgrimage getaway from Mumbai.

The exquisite landscape is yet another reason why Bhimashankar is popular among tourists and travel enthusiasts of Mumbai. One must visit Bhimashankar during winter, as its the time when the weather is cool and pleasant!

The River Bhima is known to originate at Bhimashankar and is an ideal tourist spot. When in Bhimashankar, you can indulge in outdoor activities like trekking, wildlife watching, forest trails, swimming, and go for nature walks.

So, visit Bhimashankar when you want to make the most of your weekend getaway.

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#13 Daman

weekend getaways from mumbai Distance from Mumbai : Around 177.1kms.

Daman is a hot favourite among a lot of couples and youngsters. Well, the reason’s quite straightforward; one because its beautiful and apt for romantic getaways and two because alcohol is damn cheap!

That being that, Daman has a lot to visit and makes for a perfect weekend getaway near Mumbai and Gujarat as well. Daman has a very interesting history, a Portuguese explorer Diogo de Melo arrived at this place as luck would have it in 1523.

For almost 400 years the city became a Portuguese colony. In the 16th century, a large fort was built in Motidaman to protect the colony from the Mughals. The fort still stands in Daman today and proves to be the most eye pleasing tourist spot in the entire Daman.

Daman has two beaches that are extremely famous among travel enthusiasts all over India, they are; The Devka beach in Nandidaman and the Jampore beach in Motidaman.

Planing to visit Daman? Don’t forget to visit the lighthouse!

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#14 Harishchandragad


weekend getaways from mumbai Distance from Mumbai : Around 202Kms.

A hill fort in the Ahmednagar district of Maharashtra, Harishchandragad has played an important role in controlling and guarding the surrounding region. Harishchandragad is a must visit, and you should add it to your weekend getaways from Mumbai list.

Steeped with the most heroic history, this hill fort is one of the most sought after tourist destination for trekking in Maharashtra.

Harishchandragad is always crowded with tourists, making it one of the most happening destination for a weekend getaway from Mumbai.

The whimsical and summerlike ambience is yet another reason why Harishchandragad is so famous among tourists.

Go visit this hill fort before it gets any more obsolete!

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#15 Kamshet


Weekend getaways from Mumbai Distance from Mumbai : Around 110kms.

Kamshet is known to be the most crowd-pleasing weekend getaway from Mumbai.


Because of its adventurous activities! Kamshet is also widely known as ‘The Paragliding Paradise’ of Maharashtra.

Nestled in the Pune district of Maharashtra, Kamshet is about 16kms away from the twin hill stations Lonavala and Khandala.

Travellers visiting Lonavala and Khandala often stop at Kamshet for some adventure! Travellers from all over India find the mud houses of Kamshet with thatched roofs extremely alluring! They also enjoy the view, as the beautiful paddy sunflower fields look extremely eye pleasing.

Want to go paragliding?

Then, Kamshet is the place you should visit soon!

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#16 Aurangabad


Weekend getaways from Mumbai Distance from Mumbai : Around 348.9kms.

Aurangabad is a city named after the Mughal emperor Aurangzeb, and thus, the city is surrounded with many historical monuments.

Owing to its historic past, Aurangabad is a well recognized tourist destination in Maharashtra. Aurangabad is popular for the famous caves Ajanta caves and Ellora caves, and also for Bibi Ka Maqbara. This city is also popularly known as ‘The City Of Gates’. The reason is quiet apparent when one drives through the city.

With a large number of historic structures, temples, gardens, mosques, there is a lot to see in Aurangabad. This place is a must visit if you’re a history enthusiast and dream to witness every place that you studied about!

Are you one of them?

Then, Aurangabad is awaiting you!

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#17 Lavasa


Weekend getaways from Mumbai Distance from Mumbai : Around 186Kms.

The first well planned hill station in Maharashtra, Lavasa is a must visit for an adventurous vacation.

Lavasa is a hidden gem amongst the hills of western ghats and is known to conduct astonishing events. Lavasa is closely located with the Varasgaon Dam and the roads that lead up to it is a fad among bikers.

The mountains, and the scenic view from the hills of Lavasa make it an ideal destination for a weekend getaway near Mumbai. The many parks and gardens in Lavasa are popular for picnics and family outings, apart from this Lavasa is also known for its adventurous activities.

Lavasa offers you adventure sports like paint ball, rappelling, rock climbing, camping, trekking, kayaking. You can experience all this and more at Lavasa, throughout the year!

So, what’s the wait for? Pack your bags and ready your bikes, Now!

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#18 Indore


Weekend getaways from Mumbai Distance from Mumbai : Around 585Kms.

The largest city of Madhya Pradesh, Indore was once the princely state of the Holkar’s. The historic monuments of Indore make it a perfect destination to visit for families during the months of monsoon and all through winter, and is considered to be one of the most scenic weekend getaways from Mumbai. Indore is pretty hot in Summer and thus is better avoided!

Indore is a proud home for the 200 year old Rajwada Palace, which is a fine example of Mughal and Maratha styles combined together to create a baroque piece of architecture. When in Indore, you can explore the monuments that are placed in various corners of this wonderful city, visit Maheshwar; the centre for handloom weaving.

Got a long weekend coming up? How about you spend it in Indore!

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#19 Bordi


Weekend getaways from Mumbai Distance from Mumbai : Around 153Kms.


Best visited in the months of October to March, Bordi is one of the most scenic beach situated in the Thane district of Maharashtra. Bordi is different from all the other beaches, as it has black sands and shallow waters, and also has less crowd compared to other beaches in this region.

This makes it an ideal destination for romantic getaways!

When in Bordi, you can also visit Bahrot caves, which are situated closely to the Bordi beach. Many tourists visit Bordi to play uninterrupted sports like beach side football, cricket and more! You can even visit the Dahanu fort, Asavali dam and a Jain temple, all these can be visited in a day-long trip.

Bordi is a perfect destination for leisurely strolls and is an ideal destination for a mini-vacation from Mumbai!

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#20 Nashik


Weekend getaways from Mumbai Distance from Mumbai : Around 167Kms.


When at Nashik prep up your adrenaline level, because there is so much to see and visit! Nashik is fondly known as the ‘Wine Capital of India’, and greets enormous number of tourists during the Sula wine festival.

Nashik is known for the Sula vineyards, and the Sula festival each year entertains a rising number of tourists! A famous and one of the most favourite spot among travel enthusiasts of Mumbai; Nashik is one of the run-to weekend getaways from Mumbai.

Apart from being known as the wine capital of India, Nashik also is recognized as the largest producer of onions and grapes. The Coin Museum is one of its kinds in the entire Asia and thus is a popular tourist spot.

Nashik has some not-so-popular destinations like the Stone museum or the Gargoti Museum, which remains untouched by mass tourism. The museum has a large collection of zeolites, which are similar to diamonds and other precious stones.

Visit Nashik during the Sula Festival to get the most out of it!

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#21 Nagaon Beach


Weekend getaways from Mumbai Distance from Mumbai : Around 97Kms.

One of the well-recognized crowd pleasing beaches in Alibaug, Nagaon is a hot favourite among many tourists wanting to indulge in weekend getaways from Mumbai! The beach is lined up with huge Casuarina trees, ensuring that it always remains an eye candy to the travel enthusiasts.

Whether you just want to stroll on the sandy beach or want to get lost amid the Casuarina trees, or just swim in the vast sea of fresh water, Nagaon lets you do it all. The vast beach is apt for the enormous mass of tourists that come visit Nagaon during weekends.

The beach is slowly turning to be more commercial, which adds more fun to the beach. Nagaon has seen a tremendous rise in the commercial area with things like water sports and the many farmstays around the beach.

Make the most of this beautiful beach, go make the most of Nagaon!

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#22 Raigad


Weekend getaways from Mumbai Distance from Mumbai : Around 112Kms.

Considering the fact that Raigad was the capital of the Maratha King Shivagi Maharaj, Raigad seems to have the most heroic history in Maharashtra. The Raigad fort is one of the favourite weekend getaways destination among the trekkers in Maharashtra.


Well, because it’s built on the Sahyadri Mountains at an altitude of 2700 feet above sea level. Not everyone is into climbing to the top, but everyone does want to enjoy the view from an eagle’s eye. The cable cars in Raigad are a boon to people who are not into adventure; others can enjoy their trip by climbing 1737 steps to be exact!

The view from top is picturesque and will leave you spell bound! The fort is not in its best conditions, and most of the fort’s interiors are in ruins now. Though, some of the structures are still clearly visible. The queen’s chambers, main palace, three watch towers, the market area, granaries, the public ‘durbar’ and an artificial lake are still quite intact.

Those interested in history are sure going to enjoy a visit to Raigad Fort!

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#23 Murud-Janjira Fort


Weekend getaways from Mumbai Distance from Mumbai : Around 158.7Kms.

Murud-Janjira is famous for being the hottest weekend getaways from Mumbai, and the Murud-Janjira fort which stands on an island bordering Murud. Murud is a coastal village in the Raigad district. Its major income is through tourism; thanks to the ancient Murud-Janjira fort.

Murud-Janjira fort has an interesting history, which along with the fort’s construction and architecture, is a major tourist attraction. Murud-Janjira is best visited in the months of October to May; the monsoon months make it difficult to travel to and fro from the fort.

Dotted with ancient forts and amazing beaches, Murud-Janjira is a proven panoramic hill station in Maharashtra. The panoramic view makes it a perfect destination to enjoy a picnic.

Thus, visit Murud-Janjira fort to feel closer to history.

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#24 Ratnagiri


Weekend getaways from Mumbai Distance from Mumbai : Around 335Kms.

We all are well aware of Ratnagiri!


The Mangoes!

The months of summer has seen the most tourist attraction in Ratnagiri than any other season.

One of the reasons for this is the Alphanso Mangoes of Ratnagiri.

Ratnagiri is one of the preferred destinations for mini-vacation in Maharashtra. The vast sahyadri ranges on its east is yet another reason for visiting Ratnagiri. It allows you to experience the wild life like no other region in Maharashtra.

There are many beaches positioned close to Ratnagiri such as, Ganpatipule Beach, Guhagar Beach, and Anjarle Beach. Thus, beach paramours will have enough to serve their plates with!

The Bhagwati fort or Ratnadurga is apt for a day tour with your family and friends. Ratnadurga Forts’ position at a height allows one to gaze at the vast horizon of the Arabian Sea. Visiting the lighthouse there will be the cherry on top of your day trip!

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#25 Pawna Lake


Weekend getaways from Mumbai Distance from Mumbai : Around 107.8Kms.

Pawna Lake came into existence after the great Pawna Dam was built. Pawna Lake is located closely to Maval in Maharashtra and is tucked away amidst the Sahyadri Ranges.

The lake, due to its beauty and serenity, is gaining a lot of attention from nature lovers and backpackers. It’s also suitable for camping and has seen a large number of campers enjoy their stay amidst the nature.

Thus, an ideal camping destination, this stunning lake along with the surrounding vicinity is known to conduct adventurous activities. When at Pawna Lake, you can indulge in activities like Parasailing, Boating, Kayaking, and Windsurfing.

Being a writer; boating is my absolute favourite!

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#26 Savarkut


Weekend getaways from Mumbai Distance from Mumbai : Around 130kms.

A quaint village in Sindhudurg district of Maharashtra, Savarkut allures plenty of travel enthusiasts with its way too many adventurous offerings.

The place is a photographer’s heaven with it’s alluring and awe-inspiring beauty. Travellers are known to visit Savarkut for the adventurous activities and the appealing natural beauty.

Vaitarna River, which flows through this amazing villages, offers activities like Rappelling, White Water Rafting, Kayaking and a lot of other offbeat activities.

Go visit this hidden glory on the coming weekend!


Because, nature is at its best when untouched with human hands, and Savarkut has not seen enormous tourists mass yet!

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#27 Malshej Ghat

 Weekend getaways from Mumbai Distance From Mumbai: Around 127Kms.

Malshej Ghat is sure to stun you during the monsoon season. As you walk along the roads of this exquisite destination, the sound of raindrops turns into the most relaxing music you would ever hear!

Malshej Ghat- a nature lover’s dream destination, trekker’s delight, and heaven for peace seekers! Be it the forts, the waterfalls, the dense forests or the alluring lakes, Malshej Ghat has got it all for the adventure lovers!

This place has turned out to be a go to destination in all seasons and among people of all age groups. Talk about popularity! The orange-ish red Flamingoes take the beauty of Malshej Ghat to a whole new amazingly high level.

Just look at the Flamingoes!

You’ve to go!

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#28 Tarkarli


Weekend getaways from Mumbai

Distance From Mumbai: Around 546kms

Tarkarli is known for its serene beach, and adventurous water sports. Tarkarli is a coastal village situated in the Malvan region of Maharashtra; to be honest you need to take out 3 days to enjoy Tarkarli!

Tarkarli is also one of the preferred coastal village in Maharashtra for water sports. You can indulge in water sports like Scuba Diving, Boating, Snorkelling, Rafting, and even Dolphin-spotting. I remember we spotted 2 beautiful Dolphins on our visit to Tarkarli. It sure will leave you feeling happy and ecstatic that you took this vacation!

The best time to visit Tarkarli is from October to March; basically the winter months. This is because it gets way too hot during summer, and during monsoon you just can’t do any of the water sports. So, stick to winter-months!

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So, Don’t even dare to laze around on weekends!

They may sound comforting now, but the regret you’ll feel later will be tremendous!

So, just go for it man!

After all, why do you work those 5 days at office?

Of course, for the many weekend getaways from Mumbai!

And one more time: For the weekend getaway!

Don’t forget to share your memories in the comments below! I’m eager to listen to every experience you had on your weekend getaways from Mumbai!

And hey, don’t forget to check this out! Ciao!