Latur district, nestled in the heart of Maharashtra, is a treasure trove of cultural heritage and natural wonders, inviting travelers to immerse themselves in its rich tapestry of experiences. From the ancient marvels of the historic Ausa Fort and the intricate craftsmanship of the Kharosa Caves to the spiritual sanctity of the Siddheshwar Temple, Latur is a haven for history enthusiasts and pilgrims alike. Nature enthusiasts can lose themselves in the serene beauty of the Siddheshwar Lake or explore the lush greenery of the Sai Sanctuary. With its warm hospitality, delectable cuisine, and vibrant local culture, Latur promises an unforgettable journey through Maharashtra’s lesser-explored gems.

Travel Essentials

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27 - 38°C

Ideal Duration

1 - 2 days

Best Time

June to September

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Top Attractions

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Vrundavan Park Chakur

Chakur is situated on the state highway of Latur-Nanded, which is around 35 km from Latur city.

Udgir Fort

Udgir Fort in the Udgir city in Latur district, Maharashtra, India, was built in the pre- Bahamani age.

Ausa Fort

The fort featured prominently in the conflicts between the Deccan Sultanates in the post- Bahamani period.

Kharosa Caves

The Kharosa Caves are located close to a village with the same name, Kharosa, in the Latur district of Maharashtra.

Udgir Hattibet-Deverjan

In the Udgir taluka of Latur district, the Mauje Elephant Island is situated 16 km on the west side of Udgir city.

How to Reach

By Air

The nearest airports to reach this place are Pune (370 km), Hyderabad (298 km), and Aurangabad (264 km).

By Train

Latur district is connected by train. The available trains are from Mumbai (430 km), Pune (338 km), Nanded (186 km), and Hyderabad (243 km). The railway stations are Latur Railway Station, Latur Road Railway Station, and Harangul Railway Station, which come under Latur headquarters.

By Road

Regular State Transport buses are available from any Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation Bus Stand. National Highway 62 passes through Ausa Taluka in Latur District.
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