Published on Feb. 10, 2014
This cool eco-friendly hill station is perfectly perched at the Matheran ranges of Sahyadri Mountains and the picturesque surroundings with eye catching attractions that invite thousands of tourists every year to Matheran. This hill station has the unique distinction - the vehicles are banned from entering the hill station limits, keeping Matheran as an unpolluted tourist spot.
Lushing greeneries, serene environments and unpolluted ambience, Matheran is a fantastic tourist destination at a height of about 2516 feet above sea level in Maharashtra state of India. Matheran, the jungle on the top, was developed by British after it was located in 1850 by the British Officer Hugh Mallet, who was the Collector of Thane.