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Vikramgadh is a beautiful village located in the district of Thane in Maharastra. Situated on the Manor-Jawhar Road, this village is just 80 km away from Mumbai. Blessed with more than 200 tree species, flowering plants and shrubs, this village finds a prominent place in the tourist map of India. Vikramgadh was ruled by Mughals in the 14th century and Portuguese in the 16th century followed by the Britishers. Thus, a tourist can find some of the best architectural motifs and heritage landmarks dotted in and around this village. Vikramgadh sightseeing includes Jai Vilas Palace and Pilucha Dhabdhaba Waterfalls. This waterfall becomes a must visit attraction during monsoons as its capacity increases to full, due to rainfall.
Rich in cultural heritage, Vikramgadh is also renowned for an ethnic dance called Tarpa. Shopping for beautiful Warli paintings can make the Vikramgadh tour unforgettable. Going for picnics in the Nature Trails is what tourists mostly do on their visit to Vikramgadh. A number of waterfalls gushing down from the cliffs adds beauty to this place. Biliya Mountains, Dabosa Waterfalls, and Deheraja River are the main tourist attractions of Vikhramgadh. Jambhaparsi Waterfalls, Jaysagar Lake, Khand Dam, Palusa Waterfall, and Tiger Caves are other most prominent tourist attractions in Vikramgadh.
The peak winter months starting from October to January is the ideal time to visit the destination. Further, its proximity to Mumbai make it an easily accessible tourist hotspot. With numerous waterfalls and exciting picnic spots, Vikramgadh boasts of itself as a perfect destination for tourists and locals wanting to spend weekends.