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Entry is open from all domestic states, however, every tourist will have to provide a negative RT-PCR report which must not be older than 72 hours at the time of arrival.

All major districts of Maharashtra, including Pune are experiencing night curfew in which:- People cannot move about at night and gatherings of more than 5 people in public places will not be allowed.- Shopping malls, restaurants, auditoriums, theatres, and other public places such as beaches and gardens will remain closed (Restaurants can continue home delivery and takeaway services).- Social, political, cultural and religious gatherings will not be allowed.- Weddings will be restricted to 50 attendees and funerals and last-rites ceremonies to 20 attendees strictly.Violators will be fined up to Rs 1000.

No quarantine & hand stamping for asymptomatic domestic passengers.International travellers have to home quarantine or do self-health monitoring for 14 days, or as warranted.Travellers coming to Pune from the UK, Europe, and the Middle East will have to undergo mandatory institutional quarantine for 14 days at their own cost. They may take the RT-PCR test on the 5th to 7th day, and if confirmed negative, they can spend the remaining days in home quarantine.The following categories of travellers will be exempted from institutional quarantine if they produce the relevant documents:- Passengers above the age of 65- Women in advanced stages of pregnancy- Children below 5 years of age and accompanying parent- Passengers requiring medical attention for serious ailments such as cancer, cerebral palsy, physical disability- Extreme case of family distress i.e., father/mother/son/daughter in critical condition, severe accident in family, death of an immediate family member- Passengers who have been administered both the doses of the COVID-19 vaccine- Medical professionals travelling for surgery/attending critical patients


Flights are available from Delhi, Lucknow, Jaipur, Kolkata and 5+ other destinations for Pune.Passengers must take the test 72 hours before landing in Maharashtra and produce the report on arrival. Travellers without the certificate will have to take the RT-PCR test at the concerned airport at their own cost.


COVID special train is available from Ajni, Howrah, Mumbai and Indore to Pune.Passengers arriving from trains which have originated or had a stop in either of the four states should carry a negative RT-PCR test report. The sample collection should have been done within 96 hours before scheduled arrival in Maharashtra. Symptomatic individuals identified in the screening process will have to take the Antigen test.

Local Transport
  • Local transport like cabs, four wheeler and auto rickshaws are operational
  • Cabs and four wheeler are allowed with only 3 passengers apart from a driver
  • Auto rickshaws are allowed with only 2 passengers apart from a driver

Thrillophilia recommends you follow all guidelines issued by the government and practice personal hygiene to keep yourself safe.

All tourist attractions to remain closed till further orders Updated: 04 May 2021

All tourist attractions to remain closed till further orders to avoid gathering and crowds

14-day home quarantine mandatory for all international travellers entering Pune Updated: 03 May 2021

A 14-day home quarantine is mandatory for all international travellers visiting Pune

A negative RT-PCR report needed for all domestic tourists. Updated: 03 May 2021

Mandatory for passengers arriving from all states of India to carry a negative RT-PCR report not earlier than 72 hours before the scheduled time of landing.

No Quarantine needed for domestic travellers. Updated: 03 May 2021

No quarantine & hand stamping for asymptomatic domestic passengers if they provide a negative RT-PCR report

Night curfew imposed in Pune Updated: 08 Apr 2021

With recent surge in COVID-19 cases, night curfew has been imposed in Pune from 8:00 PM to 7:00 AM till further notice.

Inter-district train travel running seamlessly across Maharashtra Updated: 08 Apr 2021

The inter district train travel has been running seamlessly without any e-passes required and with safety measures in place.

Places to Visit in Pune in for 1 Day Trip includes Shaniwar Wada Palace,  Aga Khan Palace, Parvati Hill, Vetal Tekdi, Pashan Lake, Empress Garden, Rajmachi,  Mulshi Lake and Dam and many other amazing places.

Weekend outings or a short trip into the cultural capital of Maharashtra, there are a ton of places to visit for 1 day in Pune. From  ancient architecture to mesmerizing hills and sparkling lakes, Pune is filled with places to explore. The small yet glamorous Pune city is one of the major attractions for visitors, both locally and internationally. Also, every attraction in Pune is in close proximity which makes it easier for tourists to enjoy them in a day.

The city homes to some of the best tourist spots in the county. While places like the Shaniwar Wada Palace and Aga Khan Palace embark visitors on a historic journey of the town, other establishments like Empress Garden, Mulshi Lake and Dam, and Pashan Lake among others allow them to relish a number of activities. All in all, if you are on a time crunch and looking to explore, Pune is home to some of the best places to visit in one day.

Here is the list of best places to visit in Pune for 1 day trip

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Activity Location: Starting Point- Meet Outside KFC (At the stairs), End Point- FC Road

Activity Timings: Afternoon time- 1-3 PM and Evening 5-7 PM

Activity Duration: 2 Hours

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Head out for a super fun-filled tour that Thrillophilia has designed for you with an intention to take you to these places for a food tasting session of the street food in Pune so that you can also cherish this food, feast your taste buds, and have a fabulous and lasting impression. 

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Activity Location: Pune.

Pick up Timing: Flexible from 7 AM - 9 AM.

Drop Timing: 3 PM- 5 PM.

Pick-up/Drop Location: Pune Railway Station or Pune Airport.

About Pune City Tour:

Pune the historical capital of Maharashtra. It was home to the Peshwas of the Maratha empire. Therefore, Pune city holds a significant historic past. Spend a day and explore Pune without any hassle of changing cabs or public transport for an affordable price. This tour will be conducted by professional drivers who are well-experienced and are aware of the routes to all the tourist destinations in Pune which ensures that you won’t miss the best attractions along the way.

This will be an 8-hour tour from the pickup point and you will be getting a round trip of around 100 kilometres which will cover the major attractions of the city like AgaKhan Palace, ShaniwarWada, Dagdusheth Ganpati Temples, Tulsi Baug, Iskcon Temple, Swaminarayan Temple, Raja Dinkar Kelkar Temple, Saras Baug, Katraj Zoo, Parvati Hills.

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Pune is one of the fastest-growing metro cities in the state of Maharashtra. Along with the same, it has its roots deep in the historical zone as well. You can find here the most astonishing markets, ruins and thousands of stories hidden in nooks and corners. The city looks aspiring and peaceful in the day and complete opposite of it, the city is filled with exciting lights and glamour at the night. Thrillophilia has designed this special activity for you to unveil yet another aspect of Pune city and appreciate its shimmering.

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Shaniwar Wada Palace

Shaniwar Wada Palace

A standing example of architectural magnificence, the Shaniwar Wada Palace was built during the rule of Peshwa Bajirao, more than 250 years ago. It is one of the top attractions of Pune pulling visitors from across the globe.

Although it resides in more than 600 acres of land, it was once a part of a much bigger property that was burned during a fire in the early 1800s. The place homes a number of fountains and forts along with an enormous statue of Baji Rao. Additionally, the place also hosts a light and sound show in the evening making it undoubtedly one of the places to visit in Pune for 1 day trip.

Location: Shaniwar Wada Palace, Shaniwar Peth, Pune, Maharashtra 411030

Price: INR 5 (Indian Citizen), INR 125 (International Citizen), INR 25 (Light and Sound Show)

Timing: 8:00 AM - 6:30 PM every day.

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Aga Khan Palace

Aga Khan Palace

Built in the year 1892 by Muhammed Shah Aga Khan the third, Aga Khan palace has a significant role in Indian history. The palace is spectacularly spread across 19 acres of land and it' constructs is what makes it an instant attraction among tourists.

Also, Aga Khan Palace is the same place where Mahatma Gandhi along with Kasturba Gandhi, Mahadev Desi, and Sorijni Naidu, were held prisoners during their war for Independence. Furthermore, it holds the ashes of Mahatma Gandhi buried in its soil. With such a rich historical background, the palace has been made the headquarters of Gandhi National Memorial Society. A true attraction, Aga Khan Palace should be among the first places to visit in one day at Pune.

Location: Aga Khan Palace, Nagar Road, Samrat Ashok Rd, Pune, Maharashtra 411006.

Price: INR 5 (India), INR 100 (International Visitors)

Timing: 9:00 AM - 5:30 PM

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Explore Parvati Hill

Explore Parvati Hill

Established at an escalation of 2100 feet above the ground, the picturesque Parvati Hill is absorbed by the density of flora and fauna. Amidst the hills resides one of the most spectacular temples in Pune, Parvati Temple, apart from the Parvati Museum. The temple was built in the 17th century by Balaji Baji Rao. Additionally, the hills also provide a tantalizing view of the city and allow visitors to relax and unwind in the temple. In short, Parvati Hills are among the best places to visit in Pune for 1 day trip.

Location: Parvati Hills, Parvati Paytha, Pune, Maharashtra 411009

Price: No Entry Fee

Timing: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM every day.

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Vetal Tekdi

Vetal Tekdi

Vetal Tekdi, also known as Hanuman Tekdi, MIT Tekdi or Pashan Tekdi, is a great place in Pune to relax, unwind, and relish a soothing time in the midst of the dense topics. Established at an alluring height of more than 2,600 ft above the ground, the place is well enjoyed by visitors, especially in the evening.

From scenic landscapes to a variety of birds including peacocks, the Vetal Tekdi homes a number of attractions. Furthermore, the headquarters of the Automotive Research Association of India (ARAI) is also a part of the illustrious Vetal Tekdi. In other words, Vetal Tekdi is perfect for a holidaymaker's list of places to visit in one day in Pune.

Location: Vetal Tekdi, Pashan, Pune 411038, Maharashtra, India.

Price: INR 230 - INR 300

Timing: 5:00 AM - 6:00 PM everyday.

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Pashan Lake

Pashan Lake

Encapsulated in the vicinity of the lush green tropics, Pashan Lake is one of the best places to visit in one day. It provides a calm, soothing atmosphere deeming visitors to loosen up. The place is generally enjoyed by visitors for peaceful evening walks, early morning jogs and even spotting a number of chirpy birds and small animals.

Its close proximity to the highway also makes reaching here a breeze. Additionally, the best time to visit the beautiful lake is between the months of December and February.

Location: Pashan Lake, Pashan, Pune, Maharashtra 411021

Price: No Entry Fee

Timing: 8:0 AM - 11:30 PM

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Empress Garden

Empress Garden

Spread in a 39 acre of land, the Empress Garden is embedded with an array of distinct species of plants and flowers making it a botanical extravaganza. The garden was named Soldier's Garden during the British empire.

The name is derived from the, then ruling queen, Queen Victoria. Individuals who love nature and would like to wander around in the depths of various flora and fauna will find this place an absolute bliss. Additionally, early morning walks and evening strolls are much loved by visitors here. Because of all this, the Empress Garden is one of the extensively adored places to visit in Pune for 1 day.

Location: Empress Garden, Kavade Mala, Ghorpadi, Pune, Maharashtra 411001

Price: INR 15 for adults and children above 3 years

Timing: 9:30 AM - 6:30 PM


Mulshi Lake and Dam

Mulshi Lake and Dam

Sitting in the lap of nature, the Mulshi Lake and Dam are some of the most relished places by visitors in Pune. Its serene atmosphere topped with an endless spree of luscious tropics makes the place an ideal location for adventure lovers to adore.

Found amidst  the Sahyadri ranges, Dhangad fort, Koraigadh and Mulshi, the dam is amongst the most picturesque locations in the entire city. The best time to enjoy the place is during the monsoon season between July and October.

Location: Mulshi Lake and Dam, Mulshi Taluka, Pune, Maharashtra, 412108, India

Price: No Entry Fee

Timing: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM everyday.

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The beautiful town of Rajmachi is a nature's paradise. A small village located amidst the Sahyadri Mountains, Ramjmachi hosts 2 spectacular sites - the Shrivardhan and Manaranjan forts. The place is also an adventure home and is specifically famous among trekkers.

The trekking expedition here can be easily enjoyed by anyone from an experienced trekker to a first timer and at the end of the hike trekkers can cherish the panoramic view of the valleys from the forts. In short, for nature enthusiasts and hikers, this is one of the best places to visit in Pune for 1 day.

Location: Rajmachi, Maharashtra

Price: No Entry Fee

Timing: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

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Dagdusheth Halwai Temple

Dagdusheth Halwai Temple

A holy place of sheer worship and peace, the Dagdusheth Halwai Temple is dedicated to Lord Ganpati and holds a giant Ganpati Idol wearing more than 40 kgs of gold. The mandir finds a substantial amount of visitors every day, especially during the pooja session. Devotees and visitors from around the county visit the temple to pray in solace and indulge in a number of festivities that are celebrated here throughout the year.

Location: Dagdusheth Halwai Temple, Ganpati Bhavan, 250, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Rd, Budhwar Peth, Pune, Maharashtra 411002

Price: No Entry Fee

Timing: 6:00 AM - 11:00 PM

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Raja Dinkar Kelkar Museum

 Raja Dinkar Kelkar Museum

Built by Baba Dinkar Kelkar in the year 1962, Raja Dinkar Kelkar Museum commemorates a fantastic collection of Art. From musical instruments, Mughal lamps, various potteries to vessels molded of copper, and brass, paintings, and similar ornaments, the total collection of art in the museum quantifies up to 15000 in numbers.

It took almost 40 years to assemble these collectibles and the entire museum is now managed and hosted by the Department of Archaeology, Maharashtra, a government establishment. The magnitude of the museum's antique collection makes it one of the best locations to visit in Pune for a one day trip.

Location: Raja Dinkar Kelkar Museum, No. 1377/78, Kamal Kunj, Bajirao Rd, Natu Baag, Shukrawar Peth, Pune, Maharashtra 411002

Price: 10:00 AM - 5:30 PM

Timing: INR 5 - Children, INR 20 - Adult, INR 50 - Foreign Child, INR 200 - Foreign Adult.

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Lal Mahal

Lal Mahal

Constructed in the 16th century, Lal Mahal is one of the historically rich pieces of architecture in Pune. In 1630 it was also home to Shahaji Bhosle and his family. Travelers from across the state visit the place to relish its wealthy design, admire the affluent inscriptions and craftsmanship, and learn about the narrative of Marathas the palace holds. Heavily colored in red, the Mahal is quite simply one of the best places to visit in Pune for 1 day trip.

Location: Lal Mahal, Shivaji Road, Durvankur Society, Kasba Peth, Pune, Maharashtra 411011

Price: INR 3

Timing: 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM and 4:00 PM - 8:00 PM everyday.

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Pataleshwar Cave Temple

Pataleshwar Cave Temple

Devoted to Lord Shiva, the Pataleshwar cave temple holds the paragon of the God of the underworld, an embodiment of Lord Shiva, God Pathaleshwar. The entire cave is shaped out of a single rock and is one of the best examples of architectural development in ancient times.

The cave temple is also cataloged with a series of carvings inscriptions, painting and idols of Lord Shiva and devotees from around the county visit the place to pray and relish these artifacts. The place also homes idols of Lord Ganpati, Ram, Laxam among others.

Location: Pataleshwar Temple, Jangali Maharaj Rd, Revenue Colony, Shivajinagar, Pune

Price: No Entry Fee

Timing: 8:30 AM - 5:30 PM


Khadakwasla Dam

Khadakwasla Dam

Found in the vicinity of Pune at around 21 km, the Khadakwasla Dam is a beautiful place adored by nature lovers and environment enthusiasts. The best activities enjoyed here are a relaxing picnic and taking pleasure in the mesmerizing sunset and sunrise. Built in 1879, the dam also holds great history and is the perfect spot for a one day trip in Pune.

Location: Khadakwasla Dam, Maharashtra

Price: No entry fee

Timing: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM

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Osho Ashram

 Osho Ashram

Surrounded by mysteries and a number of stories, the Osho Ashram is a place to relish a calm, soothing experience in Pune. Provided with a ton of medication tactics and a serene atmosphere, visitors can spend an entire day here in the calm atmosphere of the ashram.

The ashram occupies 32 acres of land and encapsulated a number of parks including Osho Teerth and Nulla Park. Getting into the ashram and enrolling for a course here also requires a series of documentation and form filling.

Location: OSHO International Meditation Resort, 17, 1st Ln, Koregaon Park, Pune

Price: INR 870 (Indian), INR 1790 (Foreigners).

Timing: 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM


Adlabs Imagica

Adlabs Imagica

Spread in a 130 acre of land, Adlabs Imagica is the perfect destination of fun and adventure weekend. Designed for anyone from adults to kids, the theme park is one of the best places for a one-day getaway trip. The place is segregated into a water park, theme park, and snow park.

Statistically, Adlabs Imagica hosts up to 15000 visitors on a daily basis and has been an excuse for a trip for more than 3.5 million people. From large thrilling rides to artificial waves, the place has the perfect recipe for anyone who loves to have a good time with family and friends. In short, Adlabs Imagica is home for adventure lovers.

Location: Adlabs Imagica, 30/31 Sangdewadi, Khopoli-Pali Road, Near Lonavala, Khopoli, Maharashtra 410203

Price: Starting at INR 599

Timing: 10:30 AM - 8:00 PM everyday.

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Shinde Chhatri

Shinde Chhatri

Standing at a staggering 15 feet and displaying an architectural phenomenon, the Shinde Chhatri is one of the prominent establishments that depict the rule of Maratha in the 18th century.

The place is also a commemoration of Shri Mahadji Shinde, the commander in chief of the Peshawar military from early 1760 to the end of 1780. Encapsulated with cravings of a variety of stones and constructed in a Rajasthani style of architecture, the place also holds cremations of Mahadji Shinde. Additionally, the place homes a temple of Lord Shiva and many devotees visit this place to pray and enjoy a number of gatherings celebrated here.

Location: Shinde Chhatri, Wanawadi Rd, Pune Cantonment, Pune, Maharashtra 411001

Price: IR 5 (Indian), INR 25 (Foreigners).

Timing: 6:00 AM - 9:00 PM.

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Peacock Bay

Peacock Bay

Occupied by the National Defence Academy, the Peacock bay is a component of the lake at Khadakwasla Dam. As the name suggests, the place is acknowledged for the vast abundance of peacocks that reside in the bay.

Additionally, a number of events and championships including open lake swimming tournaments, national inland championship among others are conducted here throughout the year.Tourists also visit the place to enjoy a variety of water sports and relaxing picnics. Looking at the increasing tourist visits, the place is also recharged with a number of snack shops and beverage stands.

Location: Peacock Bay, National Defence Academy, Pune, Maharashtra 411023

Price: No Entry Fee

Timing: No dedicated time.

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22 July 2019
Place: The scenery there is really breathtaking. All the hills and the lake view is amazing. The place makes you stay there for life long. If you really want a peaceful, beautiful and close to nature place then this place should be on your bucket list. Hospitality: The host Rahul Slave was really humble and a cheerful person to talk. They will try to give their best by providing all kind of basic needs and anything you could ask for at such a remote place. Food: The starters are really amazing. I enjoyed the food as a non-vegetarian. I was really impressed with the tea and poha breakfast. I recommend you to try the breakfast. Activities: They have multiple activities including DJ, Bone Fire, Cricket, Archery, Boating, Badminton, Karaoke etc.
06 May 2015
We had a great time at the Bhimashankar Trek. The trekking was quite good and interesting. It was awesome. We had a really lovely time here. It was so worth every penny spent. The trek trails, the surroundings, the backdrop were all just WOW! It was completely worth every penny spent. I personally want to visit here again. The trek was well organized too; thus enhancing the whole trek experience. Thinking back there are no negative experiences at all. It was perfectly a great and a nice experience. The rates were also not that costly and it was definitely worth the time and money we spent on this vacation. I am so recommending this to everyone out there.
"it was an excellent trip.well organised. food was excellent"
"For a long time I was planning to go for a trek but could not find the time. this independence day I just booked a trek to andharban trough this app. the place is wonderful I would say this is the best trek if you are a beginner. Going through dense forest through Giant waterfall and breathtaking scenery. This place Will defenately make you hungry for more of such beautiful exploration. Believe me it is lot better to go out and do something rather than just sleeping in weekends. Go Green."
10 August 2015
We had a good trekking experience here in Lonavala. Pune and Lonavala are places that can be viewed in a couple of days. While we planned for a long vacation here, we chose to have a beautiful planned itinerary which involved this trek, and we are super glad that we took it. Regarding the trek, it was a great experience.
I booked the Ashtavinayak trip from Pune and we visited all the eight temples of Lord Ganesh and the temples were renovated very well and there is also a lake Shree Vighnahar Ganpati Temple where boating is available.
17 February 2020
It was our first experience there on trekking. Thrillophilia package includes guide so we have a good guide there and he helped us well during this entire trek. The food they gave is quite nice and delicious. Bhimashankar was my personal favourite place in this trek. Our group was of 12 people but we all enjoyed it nicely. Good place and Highly recommended.
21 February 2020
Very beautiful place with lots of scenery, the relaxing and calming sunrise was mesmerizing and we loved it. Our guide was a funny and amazing person, he was also taking care of the group and briefed us well about the way and do’s. we had a group photo at the top and the trek was very memorable, will look to do these types of treks again. Thanks
26 February 2020
Nice place with a well-mannered guide, I booked it from Thrillophilia for me and my sister, the trek went super fantastic and we had a good company there with us. The only problem was waking us early but as u reach the Bhimashankar, you will feel alive. Must try.
13 March 2020
The guide was nice and the food was also up to the mark. The trek was amazing and you must carry your torch with you as the place needs your full attention. Thanks to Thrillophilia and the guide because without them it wouldn’t be possible.

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  1. Which are the best tourist places I can visit in Pune?

    The city of Pune has so many places to visit. Check out this list of best places to visit in Pune which a tourist cannot afford to miss. 

    1. Shaniwar Wada Palace - 3.0 Km from Pune City Centre
    2. Parvati Hill - 8.3 Km from Pune City Centre 
    3. Aga Khan Palace - 5.9 Km from Pune City Centre 
    4. Vetal Tekdi - 9.5 Km from Pune City Centre 
    5. Pashan Lake - 11.9 Km from Pune City Centre 
    6. Shinde Chhatri - 6.1 Km from Pune City Centre 
    7. Peacock Bay - 19.5 Km from Pune City Centre 
    8. Lal Mahal - 3.2 Km from Pune City Centre 
  2. What are the best things to do in Pune?

    There is quite much to do in Pune, and a great deal of despite everything it stays unexplored. Here are some of the best things to do in Pune:

    1. Pawna Lake Camping - Flat 55% off
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    3. Visit Shaniwar Wada Palace
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  3. Where I can go for trekking in Pune?

    The adventure buff must be always searching for some places for trekking in Pune. Pune has been another favorite destination for all. Here are some of the best places for trekking in Pune:

    1. Rajmachi Trek - 75 km from Pune, Starting from Rs. 1290/- 
    2. Sinhagad Trek - 50 km from Pune, Starting from Rs. 999/- 
    3. Raireshwar Trek - 80 km from Pune, Starting from Rs. 995/- 
    4. Korigad Fort Trek - 80 km from Pune, Starting from Rs. 1575/- 
    5. Lohagad Trek - 70 km from Pune, Starting from Rs. 900/- 
    6. Kalsubai Peak Trek - 176 km from Pune, Starting from Rs. 1040/- 
    7. Torna Trek - 60 km from Pune, Starting from Rs. 800/- 
    8. Raigad Trek - 50 km from Pune, Starting from Rs. 899/- 
  4. Where can I go for a weekend in Pune?

    There are a ton of things to do in Pune for a weekend getaway. From enjoying a relaxing picnic at Peacock bay to indulging in a day condensed with a variety of adventures at Adlabs Imagica, the city of Pune is embedded with a number of places for a getaway trip.

    Other places including Shinde Chhatri, Lal Mahal and Pataleshwar Cave Temple are great locales for visitors to ride into the ancient history of the city and enjoy a great time learning and exploring.
  5. What are the places to visit near Pune?

    There are a number of places one can visit near Pune. Starting from Adlabs Imagica that hosts a number of adventures including their water, theme and snow park to the Khadakwasla Dam, a place relished for its mesmerizing landscapes, the list of fun and exciting places near Pune is in abundance.

    Additionally, a small village near Pune, Rajmachi is also an excellent place for sightseeing and trekking among other activities.
  6. Which is the best place for a picnic?

    Pune hosts a variety of places for a great picnic. The mesmerizing Khadakwasla Dam is the perfect place for a family picnic and to enjoy the dazzling sunset. The Peacock bay is also enjoyed by various visitors as a picnic spot. The bay is also encapsulated in a variety of tropics and beautiful animals and birds like deer and peacock. If you want to experience a picnic by a lake, then the Mulshi Lake and Dam can also serve as an excellent spot.
  7. What can I do in Pune for 3 days?

    On day one start by visiting the Lal mahala and Shinde Chhatri. The places are engulfed in the rich history of the city and the state. Additionally, you can also visit the Raja Dinkar Kelkar Museum and adore a number of carvings and inscriptions.

    As the sun sets, you can visit the Dagdusheth Halwai Temple for a night prayer. Begin your second day with a healthy breakfast and embark on a journey to Pataleshwar Cave Temple followed by the Mulshi Lake and Dam in the evening to enjoy a great picnic. Prepare for adventure on day 3 as you visit Adlabs Imagica.