Matheran was discovered by Hugh Malet in 1850. The British developed Matheran as a popular tourist resort.
At an elevation of around 800m (2,625 ft) above sea level Matheran is a hill station located about 100 km from Mumbai. Matheran literally means jungle on top. All vehicles (Except emergency vehicles) are banned here.
The roads are not tarred and are made of red laterite earth –
The only modes of transport are on Horseback, by man-pulled rickshaw, or on foot. Every one living in cities needs this sort of change once in a while.
Old British-style architecture has been preserved in Matheran and most structures are now heritage structures.
Matheran has been declared an eco sensitive region by the Union Environment Ministry (GoI).
Drive towards Matheran. Arrive in Matheran and take a horse/hand cart/walk to the top. On arrival, check-in at hotel. Spend the rest of day at your own leisure. Night stay at hotel.
After breakfast one can hire a horse for local sightseeing covering 12 points. Matheran's hills offer some of the most stunning views of the landscape. Back to hotel in evening. Overnight stay in Matheran.
After breakfast check out from hotel and proceed towards Mumbai on arrival drop at residence / Airport / Railway Station with memorable experiences of tour.
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