Matheran, translating into 'forest on the forehead', is a hill station located in the Indian state of Maharashtra. It is adorned by astounding vegetation. In the previous times, the region of Matheran used to be a forest but was developed as a hill station by the British. It serves as a perfect holiday destination in Maharashtra.
Matheran is elevated at a height of 2,600 feet above the sea level. It hilly terrains unroll across an area of 7 sq. km. It is an eco-sensitive zone endowed with the beauty of nature in profusion. Such tantalizing surroundings classify its climate as tropical cool in nature. It encounters the summer season with an average temperature of 38°C. During the winter season, the mercury levels fall down at 13°C. An annual average rainfall of 2500 mm is received by Matheran.
Matheran is a home to notable places like cliffs, 2 waterfalls, and the viewpoints like Louisa Point, Sunset Point, Madhav Garden and Point, Pisarnath Temple and much more.