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About Karad

Karad

Karad, a city in Maharashtra’s Satara district, is also known as the sugar bowl of Maharashtra owing to the numerous sugar factories that dot the vicinity. This city lies on the banks of rivers Krishna and Koyana. The confluence of both rivers is locally known as Preeti Sangam, which means lovely meeting. Some of the tourist attractions nearby are Satara, Mandwa, Panchgani, Panhala and Kolhapur.

Places to Stay
The city of Karad provides good budget hotels. A few of these include Hotel Shree Annapurna Prasad (Tariff – Rs.475), Hotel Sai Praithana (Tariff – Rs.584), Hotel Sagar (Tariff – Rs.487) and Hotel Shreeman (Tariff – Rs.949).

Language
The languages spoken in Karad are Marathi and Hindi.

Events
The most important festivals in Karad are Makar Sankranti in January, Gudi Padwa and Holi in March, Jiviti Puja celebrated in July-August, Ganesh Chaturthi in August-September, Dussehra in September and Diwali during October-November.

Places of Interest
There are interesting sightseeing destinations around Karad. Some of these are Krishna Ghat (2 km), Kashil (27 km), Dadholi (31 km), Narayanwadi (19 km) and khodshi Dam, located 7 km away from Karad.

How to Get There

Air:
There is a small airstrip in Karad (4 km), which is the nearest airport. However, the major airport is located 75 km away in Kolhapur.

Rail:
Karad Railway Station is 7 km away from the city centre and connects the city to other nearby states.

Bus:
There are regular state-run and private buses travelling to and fro the surrounding states. Private bus operators such as Jyotirling Travels provide daily trips from Mumbai to Karad. Get discount on bus booking through various travel websites like Ticketgoose.com and visit your desired holiday destination.



About Pimpalgaon

Pimpalgaon

Pimpalgaon is a small town in the Nashik district of Maharashtra. It is located in the Khandesh region of the northern part of Maharashtra and is at a distance of 30 km from Nashik. It is also called as Pimpalgaon Baswant, derived from the local deity Lord Baswanteshwar. It is known for its agriculture based economy and the production of tomatoes, raisins, grapes, and onions.

Places to Stay
Nearby Nashik (30 km) offers several options in budget friendly accommodation. It has hotels like Hotel Prolific Inn Durga, Hotel Shree Leela International, Dwarka Tourist Hotel, Hotel Sathya, and Hotel Surya Renaissance. The hotels tariffs can be obtained on contact.

Languages
Marathi is the official language spoken here. Other major ones include Hindi and the regional dialects of Ahirani and Bhilli.

Events
Ganesh Chathurthi is the most important festival that is celebrated on a grand scale here. Diwali, Dusshera and the local festival of Bandur are also celebrated with equal fervour.

Places of Interest
The farmlands in Pimpalgaon are a great sight. The other major places near Pimpalgaon include Saptashrungi, Trambakeshwar (60 km), Anjneri Hills (45 km), and Muktidham Temple (40 km).

How to Get There

Air:
The nearest airport to Pimpalgaon is the Mumbai Airport (167 km).

Rail:
The major junction close to Pimpalgaon is the Nashik Road Junction which is around 35 km from here.

Bus:
Pimpalgaon has its own bus stand. Operators such as Geeta Travels, Bhola Travels, and Skylar Travels provide reasonable and comfortable bus services here. These buses also ply to Mumbai, Pune, and Nagpur. When you make use of any bus ticket offer on various travel websites, you can save a lot of money.




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