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Visit the Fireflies Festival in Maharashtra for a Fairytale-Like Experience

Fireflies Festival in Maharashtra
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You can experience what it feels like to be in a fairytale by visiting the fireflies festival in Maharashtra. The state boasts of having some of the best tourist places in India, be it a metropolitan city like Mumbai or smaller yet serene towns. The fireflies emerge in quiet and dark places, hence utilizing this opportunity, the Government of Maharashtra is organizing a Fireflies Festival 2022. During this time, you can spot nature’s own fairy lights buzzing and flying in the air. This festival has already begun in numerous places in the state and will continue until the end of June.

If you are interested in catching a glimpse of these small creatures, you can head to Siddhagad Wadi, Bhandardara, Rajmachi, Prabalmachi, Kothaligad, Purushwadi, Ghatghar, and Kondane Caves.

Here you will get a chance to opt for a 1-Day or 1-Night package so you can enjoy hiking, camping, trekking and go for a firefly walk amidst the beauty of nature. The Fireflies Festival 2022 in Maharashtra is also an amazing opportunity to escape the hectic life of the cities and de-stress at tranquil places.

Here’s what you can do at the various places during the fireflies festival.

  • Enjoy trekking and bike riding in the Purushwadi village during the Purushwadi Fireflies Festival.
  • Visit the Rajmachi Fireflies Trek and camp near Lonavala.
  • Check out the fireflies photography boot camp in Bhandardara.
  • Go camping to get a glimpse of fireflies in Bhandardara.
  • Visit the Malshej Ghat Fireflies Camping and go for trekking.

The best way to admire the fireflies is to get as far away from the city as possible. You will experience peace and tranquility without any light or sound pollution in these remote places during the fireflies festival in Maharashtra.

Book USA to Mumbai flights and travel to these places to admire the rhythmic yet gentle flicker of these little creatures.

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