Actress Kiara's tryst with trekking in Maharashtra forests

Actress Kiara's tryst with trekking in Maharashtra forests

All are awaiting the release of 'Laxmmi Bomb', a much talked-about Bollywood film starring Akshay Kumar and Kiara Advani. Even before the premiere of the movie, Kiara received rave reviews from critics and fans alike for her stellar performance in the Hindi flick.

The Bollywood actress has now shared amazing pictures of her trekking spree with her friends on social media.

In the uploaded videos, Kiara is roaming around in verdant forests, relaxing near pristine brooks and negotiating raw rock formations. The actress, who is looking graceful without any make-up, is also seen meditating against the backdrop of forest.

Kiara and her friends went for trekking in the enchanting sub-urban forest area in her native state Maharashtra. Prominent tourist spots such as Mount Mary Church, Jogeshwari caves, Mahakali caves, Essel World, Water Kingdom, Marve beach, Aksa beach, Madh Island, Malvani, Sanjay Gandhi National Park, Aarey Colony, Kanheri caves, Tulsi Lake, Vihar Lake and Powai Lake are situated in this region. Presently, more people have started visiting off-beat destinations such as Bhimashankar, Prabalgad, Harichandragad, Manikgad, Visapur and Lohagad fort, Takmak fort, Kalsubai, Rajgad, Torna fort, Naneghat and Devgund waterfall in Maharashtra.

The monsoon season is the best time for trekking and travellers from across the country flock to Maharashtra to experience the thrill of hiking. Maharashtra, which is endowed with natural beauty and historic landmarks, is a famous tourist destination that can satisfy tourists of all genres.

Maharashtra, like other states, is limping back to normalcy after the COVID-19-triggered travel restrictions were lifted in a staggered manner. As per the new guidelines released last week, domestic air passengers reaching Maharashtra don’t have to go into quarantine and this is applicable to tourists too. The authorities are hoping that the tourism sector, which had been in tatters due to the travel curbs, will shortly get a new lease of life.  

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