Toranmal Hill Station: Unexplored but Beautiful

Toranmal hill station locates 1461 m above from the sea level and it falls in the Nandurbar district. May be this is the most peaceful hill station in the world. Toranmal is surrounded by the seven hill of Satpuda hill range. Also it nestles among verities of flora and fauna. Natural beauty of this hill station touches deeply to the visitors.
Narrow roads, crowd less location is and surrounded by various types of flora is the perfect for spending the time while driving. This hill station has beautiful lakes as well as old temple which attract tourists. Mostly the Yashwant Lake is the famous lake at Toranmal. This lake offers you a breathtaking view of the Satpuda hill range. Each year, during March and April thousands of pilgrims gather for the grand fair of Maha Shivratri which held in front of the Goraknath temple.

Toranmal Hill Station: Unexplored but Beautiful


Tourists Attraction:
Yashwant Lake: This Lake offers you a breathtaking view of the Satpuda hill range.
Gorakshanath Temple: Every year during March and April thousands of pilgrims gather here for the grand fair of Maha Shivratri.
                Also there are some other attraction like Sunset point, Coffee garden, Check Dam, Lotus Lake, Sita Khai and Forest Park & Medicinal Plant Garden.

How to Reach:
By Road: Nearesst bus depot is at Shahada (55 km) and Nashik (30 km). Also you can hire non-AC vehicle just at Rs 6-8 per km.
By Train: Nundurbal (76 km) railway station is nearest to Toranmal but Dhule(126 km) is more convenient way to get here.

By Air: Nearest airport to Toranmal is at Auaragabad(286 km).

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