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COVID-19 : PUNE is in Orange Zone
Last Updated: 13 Nov 2020
Latest Information on Travelling to PUNE?

Entry is open from all domestic states.

  • For passengers, Health Declaration form is a mandate upon arrival
  • Malls and markets are operational
  • Cabs and four wheeler are allowed with only 3 passengers apart from driver
  • Auto rickshaws are allowed with only 2 passengers apart from driver
  • All markets, malls and restaurants are now open and functional
  • Home quarantine for all passengers for 14 days
  • Exemption of home quarantine for domestic passengers who intend to visit Pune for less than 7 days and have confirmed return ticket or onward ticket
Flights

Flights are available from Delhi, Lucknow, Jaipur, Kolkata and 5+ other destinations for Pune

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COVID special train is available from Ajni, Howrah, Mumbai and Indore to Pune

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14-day home quarantine mandatory for travellers entering Pune Updated: 13 Nov 2020

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Activities to do in Pune

Camping near Pawna lake, Visit to Shaniwar Wada, Chill at Cafe Paashh, Lohagad Fort trek, visit to Aga Khan Palace, Bazaar walk through Pune Kasba, Trip to Della Adventure Park, Cultural night at Chokhi Dhani, Visit Hard Rock Cafe, Dine at Spice Factory, Dance at Mi-a-Mi, Pune food walk tour and many more.

Thinking of what to do in Pune? This exciting city, a beautiful juxtaposition of culture & modernity, offers so much that it can take days and months for you to explore the place fully. Activities in Pune throw up surprises at every instance.

You can trek to some of the oldest known Buddhist caves and fortresses that are as old as 2,000 years, and yet enjoy timeless rock music at iconic international cafes & restaurants. It is in Pune that you can sip hand-crafted beers on one hand and try traditional Rajasthani food on the other. Dance the night away at plush nightclubs or opt for night camp under a gazillion stars at a beautiful lakeside.

Try extreme adventures, rides, and thrills at world-class adventure parks. Shop for kitschy clothes and accessories as you walk along streets famous for their quirky concept stores. These are some of the best things to do in Pune that should not be missed
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Must Things to Do in Pune

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Camping near Pawna Lake

Camping near Pawna Lake

With such beautiful attractions like Pawna Lake, you don’t have to think too much about what to do in Pune! The lake, located on the old Mumbai-Pune highway, is a must-visit camping spot. This artificial lake has been created from the waters flowing from Pawna Dam. 

Spending a couple of days in the wilderness is a great way to disconnect yourself from your routine life. Spend time gazing at the vast lush countryside and try to spot exotic birds. Indulge in water sports like kayaking, boating, and rafting. 

The day doesn’t end here. One of the best
things to do in Pune at night is to spend time around a bonfire under the starry skies at the banks of the lake. Enjoy barbecued food and music and you round off the day with your friends.

Location: Pawna Dam, Pune District

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Visit Shaniwar Wada Palace

Visit Shaniwar Wada Palace

While you are visiting Pune attractions ,Shanivar Wada Palace is a must see attraction. With the beauty of the palace, it is also known as a haunted place. Shaniwarwada is a royal residence fortress in the Pune city of Maharashtra. It was worked in the eighteenth century by the Peshwas of the Maratha Empire. It is a standout amongst the most went by authentic places in Maharashtra.

As much as it is known for its verifiable significance it is likewise known for its spookiness. The real history of this fort is imperfect with a grisly murder following political yearning and covetousness. The dividers of this post have seen an awful story of the foul play, and its imprints still stay as a phantom, as yet waiting in this place. Shaniwarwada is known to be a standout amongst the spookiest places in India.

For the perplexing, Teak was foreign from the wildernesses of Junnar, Stones were brought from Chinchwad, and Limestone from the belts of Jejuri. There is also a light and sound show held here every evening.

Timings: Opens from 7:00 Am – 6:00 PM.

Price: The approximate cost for the entrance is Rs 5 per person.

Location: Shanivar Wada Place is located at 481, Shreemant Thorle Bajirav Peshve Rd, Shaniwar Peth, Pune, Maharashtra 411030

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Chill at Cafe Paashh

Chill at Cafe Paashh

Spending time in the calm and warm ambience of Café Paashh, located in Kalyani Nagar, is one of the best things to do in Pune.  This charming café was actually an old bungalow that was restored as this multi-concept store including a boutique that offers sustainable fashion and an organic food restaurant. There is an open rooftop dining space perfect for catching a bit of sunshine or enjoying the evening hours, one of the best things to do in Pune at night.

The menu has been created by celebrity chef Ajay Chopra and includes amazing organic & fusion foods. Don’t miss to try the artisanal ice creams, Buddha bowls, tacos, charred pumpkin kebabs, etc. The café is dotted with potted plants, quaint furniture, and quirky artworks. Don’t miss to browse through the wonderful books kept here as you enjoy your meal.

Location:
Kalyani Nagar, Pune

Timings:
11.00 AM to 11.00 PM

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Visit Aga Khan Palace

Visit Aga Khan Palace
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Also called the Gandhi National Museum and is a piece of Indian freedom struggle The Aga Khan Palace is another must visit place for you near Pune.  This is another of the best things to do in Pune. It filled in as a jail for national pioneers like Mahatma Gandhi amid the Quit India Movement in 1942.The Aga Khan Palace was given to India by Aga Khan IV amid 1969. The exhibition hall additionally fills in as a commemoration wherein the remaining parts (samadhi) of Mahatma Gandhi and his wife Kasturba Gandhi.

The royal residence was worked in 1892 by Sultan Mohammed Shah, Aga Khan III. The royal residence involves five corridors and extensive verandahs. Admire the amazing architecture of the palace as you walk through the palace lanes. Despite the fact that the castle is compositionally Islamic yet it incorporates clues of Italian workmanship with many curves. The royal residence additionally contains an exhibition which has assets of Gandhiji like garments, footwear and a couple of something beyond. The royal residence is arranged on Nagar Road in Kalyani Naga.

Timings: Opens from 9:00 AM – 05:45 PM.

Price: The approximate price for the palace cost around Rs 5 for adults and Rs 2 for children.

Location: Aga Khan Palace is located at Pune Nagar Road, Kalyani Nagar, Pune, Maharashtra 411014

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Experience The ‘Art of Living’ At The Osho Ashram

Experience The ‘Art of Living’ At The Osho Ashram

After a long tiring week of work and meeting deadlines, you would definitely want to revive yourself. If you are looking for some refreshing time than Osho Ashram is a must visit for you.  Calm your fretful personality, seek inner peace and meditate in tranquillity while you visit this amazing place. The cool aura of the whole place and calm ambience, burbling waters and the angelic sound of birds add to this blissful experience.

As the brainchild of Bhagwan Rajneesh, the Osho Ashram resounds the lessons and reasoning of Osho. Sprawling crosswise over 32 section of land of land, the ashram incorporates a perfectly kept up stop known as Nulla Park or Osho Teerth. The Osho Ashram offers courses like Osho Nataraj contemplation, Osho dynamic reflection, Osho Nadabrahma contemplation and Osho Kundalini reflection.

Despite the fact that the courses are chargeable yet they offer an extraordinary otherworldly and serene experience. Bring back that peace of mind as you spend some time at this ashram.  One can also find a few guesthouses here where you can stay here for the night. There are a lot of courses which are offered here for meditation.

Timings: Opens from 9:00 AM – 4:00 Pm.

Price: The approximate price for meditation Indians Rs.760 and for Foreigners: Rs.1560 per day

Location: Osho Ashram is located at 17, Koregaon Park Road, Vasani Nagar, Koregaon Park, Pune, Maharashtra 411001

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Bazaar Walk through Pune Kasba

Bazaar Walk through Pune Kasba

This tour takes you on an exciting yet knowledgeable journey through the oldest part of Pune.It is also called Kasba Peth and Kasba means market town while Peth means locality. The area was part of the Maratha Empire and grew during the reign of Shivaji and the Peshwas.

It has markets, temples, and places of cultural, religious and historical significance. The Shaniwar Wada was originally a grand palace where the Peshwas lived and looks very much like a fort. The original Lal Mahal (palace) was the residence of Shivaji Bhonsle/Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj, and today its replica is seen here.

The Nana Wada, made of wood, was the Peshwas’ administrator/Nana Phadnavis’ estate and illustrates the beauty and style of Peshwa-architecture. The Vishrambaug Wada, originally Peshwa Baji Rao II’ residence, has a beautiful wooden facade with intricately carved brackets and pillars. The Kasba Ganapati Temple, built by Jijabai/Shivaji’s mother, is a central part of the Ganapati Festival.TheKasba Ganapati is Pune's gram devata/village deity/patron deity.

There are several Bazaars or markets here selling a diverse array of products from vegetables to utensils to costume jewellery. They are usually brimming with people and visitors are always recommended to bargain hard before buying any product.A visit to Barud Ali takes you to the community of basket weavers in Pune. The Jyotiba Phule Mandai allows you to experience the vibrant atmosphere of the city’s largest covered market that sells everything.

Next to this is the Bangle Sellers Lane, which has several shops including traditional ones selling a variety of bangles. At Tulshibaug you can visit theTulshibaug RamMandir with its beautiful shikara and the vibrant and bustlingTulshibaug Market. This is a very popular market where you can find a diverse array of knick-knacks and costume jewellery. 

Price: This depends on the package you choose.

Location: It is located in Pune, Maharashtra.
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Trek To Sinhagad Fort

Trek To Sinhagad Fort

Located around 35 kilometres away from Pune in the Sahyadri Mountains, is this majestic 2000-year-old fortress. It houses the Kaundinya Eshwar Temple, some beautifully carved hidden caves, bastions, and tombs of Rajaram Chhatrapati and Tanaji Malusare.

A visit to this fort is a great way to spend time in the beautiful surroundings of mountains and lush forests enveloped in the fresh crisp air. Its location at a height of around 750 metres and rugged trails make it a perfect trekking location. A lot of people start this trek early morning to catch the mesmerising hillside sunrise, one of the most amazing
things to do in Pune city. Don’t miss to try local Maharashtrian food like Vada Pav, Pitla, Kanda Bhaji, etc. at the nearby shacks. 

Location: 
Sinhagad Ghat Rd, Thoptewadi, Maharashtra 411025

Timing: 5 am to 6 pm

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Visit The Pataleshwar Cave Temple

Visit The Pataleshwar Cave Temple
Situated in the city centre, the Pataleshwar Cave Temple is an ancient place of worship which is frequented by locals as well as other tourists from the rest of India. Paying a visit to this 8th-century structure is among the best things to do in Pune.

A dedication to an avatar of Lord Shiva - the Lord of the Underworld, ‘Pataleshwar’, this temple was carved out of a single rock. There is a shrine of Lord Shiva and his ride, Nandi the Bull within. Besides this, there are high arches, and engraved pillars, miniature inscriptions, mandapas, detailed craftsmanship and more that would leave you amazed during your tour here.
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Revitalize at Empress Garden

Revitalize at Empress Garden
This botanical garden has existed since the British Rule in India, a dedication to the then heir of the crown Queen Victoria. Spanning over 39 acres of land, the Express Garden is a stunning attraction to enjoy the visuals of a diverse and unique ecosystem.

If you have run out of things to do in Pune, consider packing a quick picnic and coming to the Garden. Here one can sit in peace, take a stroll and explore the variety of flora that is harboured within. There are also arrangements of a flower exhibition that one can attend to learn about the foreign and indigenous plants.
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Visit the Historic Lal Mahal

Visit the Historic Lal Mahal
This pivotal landmark sits in the busy area of Pune, close to another iconic attraction - Shaniwarwada. Lal Mahal, deriving its name from its appearance means the Red Palace. Built with red-bricks and maroon hues, this 16th-century palace is an important addition to the Maratha and Peshwa kingdom.

This place is also where the Valiant Shivaji Chatrapati Maharaj was born and bred. Today, the monument we see is a reconstruction from 1988 since the original Mahal was torn down in an attack. Hence, with such an elaborate history and anecdotes, one must add a thorough tour of Lal Mahal to their list of things to do in Pune.
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Evening Walk in Saras Garden

Evening Walk in Saras Garden
The Saras Garden, also known as Saras Baug, is among the top attractions to visit. Surrounded by the thriving fauna, the garden houses the Talyatla Ganpati or a Ganesha Temple which was built by Sawai Madhavrao Peshwa and Mahadji Shinde of the Maratha Clan in 1750. Later a museum was added to the shrine. And now the entire place is well-liked by travellers and locals for walks and bird watching which are the best things to do in Pune in the evening.
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Tour the Raja Dinkar Kelkar Museum

Tour the Raja Dinkar Kelkar Museum
Boasting of spectacular architecture, the Raja Dinkar Kelkar Museum is one of the things to see in Pune if you want to delve into Indian History and explore the fine artefact collections from decades and centuries ago. Housed within the massive establishment are over 20,000 pieces, divided into different exhibits and wings.

These collections include the original interiors and furnishing from the Mastani Mahal, Ancient Warfare like darts, swords, spears and shields that were used in actual battles, A Textile Zone which showcases the fashion and styles worn by the royalty of the 15th century and there is still much more that you can discover with a full-day tour here.
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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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Go For A Picnic At Pashan Lake

Go For A Picnic At Pashan Lake
This is another one of the colonial era Lakes that was built artificially by the Britishers to meet the water requirements in the region. Located at a distance of 12 kilometres from the Pune city centre, in suburbs of Pashan.

The Pashan lake attracts flanks of tourists and locals for its serene ambience, opulent environment, sightings of a variety of birds and other wildlife, as well as many recreational activities. This locale attraction also happens to be one of the best things to see in Pune if you are visiting the city for the very first time. You can take a long stroll here, enjoy overnight camping, boating among much more.
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Explore Khadakwasla Dam

Explore Khadakwasla Dam
To fight droughts and water scarcity, Khadakwasla Dam was built in 1869 by the British rulers in India. It is situated in the outskirts of Pune, over the Mutha River, which is the main source of water supply to the city. Khadakwalsa over the years has found prominence as one of the topmost things to see in Pune for its sheer beauty, natural sceneries and a laid-back atmosphere.

Acting as a reservoir for the Dam is the artificial Khadakwasla lake which is a point for many recreational activities like swimming, boating, angling etc. One can also choose to set camp here, go for nature walks or visit the nearby Sinhagad Fort for the perfect outing.

Adventure Things to do in Pune

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Paragliding in Kamshet

Paragliding in Kamshet

If adventure is all that keeps you happy then waste no time and head straight to Kamshet. Fulfill your childhood desire of flying high with the birds by enrolling in paragliding near Pune at this slice of paradise.

Kamshet is a picturesque hill station near Pune and is gradually becoming a favourite a paragliding destination for adventure seekers near Pune. Located at a height of around 2200ft above sea level, this stunning place offers idyllic weather and height conditions for beginners as well as experienced paragliders. 

Considering all these factors, Kamshet was developed as a flying holiday and adventure destination near Pune. With an easy availability of numerous world-class paragliding facilities, Kamshet has been known for attracting tourists from all over the nation for this thrilling adventure.

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Location: Pune, Maharashtra

Activity Timings:
20 minutes (10:00 AM to 4:00 PM)

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Paintball in Pune:

Join hands with your loved ones and adopt a fun way to escape the everyday routine and stress with a super fun-filled activity of 
Paintball in Pune. This game is suitable for private groups and caters the ultimate thrill and experience with which you would revive your playful days back.

The 
Paintball in Pune lets you work as a team and plan correctly to shoot your paintball guns with style and also escape from the opponent at the same time. During the session, you would be given a brief about the rules and regulations and the instructors would give you jackets and guns to begin playing.

The Paintball in Pune activity is inclusive of all safety measures and you are sure to enjoy this joyful activity without any hassles. Gret back home with smiles and unlimited memories with loved ones!

Suitable for: A large group, friends, family and corporate outings

How to reach:
The location shall be conveyed by the travel partner on booking. You can reach the spot with the help of private and public transportation.

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Children below 5 years are not allowed to join the activity.
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Kalsubai at 5400ft is the highest peak of Maharashtra and this is the main reason for its popularity and difficulty. It is located in the Kalsubai mountain range which is an offshoot range from the main Sahyadri range.

Why Kalsubai should be your next trekking destination?

Surrounded by lush green forests and fields, the trekking route towards Maharashtra's Highest Peak is a surreal experience for all nature lovers and trek enthusiasts. Challenging yet fun-filled, trek towards the highest summit will test your patience and offer an amazing panoramic view of several more mountain ranges like Alang, Madangad, Kulang, Ratangad (south-west) and to the south Pabhargad, Ghanchakkar & Harishchandragad. Also, attempting to climb the most wish-listed mountain in the Sahyadri offers a great sense of achievement for most of the trekking enthusiasts

The story behind Kalsubai Unveiled:

It is truly believed by the local villagers that a housemaid residing in a nearby village had disappeared near the mountain while trying to escape her employer's harsh suffering. This gives the mountain its present name as well as a reason for this temple to be built in her memory.

Highlights of 
Kalsubai Trek:

Scaling the highest peak of Maharashtra.
Kalsubai Temple
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Surreal greenery and blissful environment while Kalsubai trek
Panoramic view of several mountains
Mesmerizing views.
Breathtaking beauty.

Start Time: 5:00 pm

Difficulty Level: Moderate

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Have Fun at Adlabs Imagica

Have Fun at Adlabs Imagica

Thinking of what to do in Pune? Look no further than Adlabs Imagica. This unique theme park has so much, that it will take days to explore all its attractions! Try amazing indoor & outdoor rides like Happy Wheels, Salimgarh, and Nitro.

The water park here takes its inspiration from the beautiful Greek city Mykonos. Try rides like Lazy River, Splash, and Loopy-Woopy. Climb snowy slopes and have a snowball fight right here in Lonavala at the Snow Park as you experience temperatures as low as -5°C. Don’t miss to see Glow Magica, House of Stars, and Eyelusion

Location: Off Mumbai-Pune expressway

Timings: 10:30 am to  8 pm

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Located close to the hill station of Lonavala Khandala and 52 km northwest of Pune, Lohagad rises to an elevation of 1,033 meters or 3,389 feet above sea level. We are here with the package of an amazing trek opportunity at this place.

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est trekking route near Mumbai and Pune for beginners. It is an easy trek filled with fun and beauty. You will get to see many beautiful things during this trek and after reaching the peak you can see four doors  The first one is called 'Ganesh Darwaaja', the second one is called 'Narayan Darwaja', the third one is called 'Hanuman Darwaaja' & the fourth one is called 'Maha Darwaaja'. Out of this Hanuman Darwaaja is the most ancient of all the doors. Between Narayan & Hanuman Darwaaja there are two godowns which were used for storage purpose as a granary. This will be a perfect day out for you and your family or friends.

Meals:
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Pune is a beautiful city that contains various aspects of living a life over there. Get a chance to know this city and one of its most important aspects for which it is famous for! Food! Get a chance to know the Pune where the rich food culture is catered in the form of small outlets by local inhabitants for generations. Thus, 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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Have an Enthralling Experience at Della Adventure

Have an Enthralling Experience at Della Adventure

Of all the exciting activities in Pune, this one is going to top the charts! Experience the country’s longest 1250-ft Flying Fox and only 100-ft Swoop Swing at Della Adventure Park. Located in Lonavala, this is one of the largest adventure parks in the area, perfect for shaking your fatigue as you indulge in extreme adventure activities and it is one of the best things to do in Pune.

Don’t miss to try other thrilling activities like sky cycling, ATV riding, buggy riding, motocross dirt biking, rappelling, land zorbing, Water Zorb, etc. And the fun doesn’t stop here. Enjoy indoor adventures like Mirror Maze, Pool, Table Tennis, Foosball, and a huge range of virtual games. 

Location: 
Lonavla, Kunegaon, Maharashtra 410401

Timing: 11 am to 9 pm

Things to Do in Pune at Night

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Once the Peshwas of the Maratha Empire, Pune is widely known as the cultural capital of Maharashtra. Not only one or two but Pune has seen some of the key events of history and all of them have left their own remarks on the city. This sprawling city welcomes you to explore the famous and historical places with your loved ones. The guided tour of Pune will leave you mesmerized with its beauty and culture.

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Stroll At Koregaon Park Road

Stroll At Koregaon Park Road

One of the most affluent and visited places, Koregaon Park is the go-to place for anybody visiting Pune. It houses some of the best restaurants, pubs, cafes, quirky concept stores, bakeries, etc. Indulge in some of the best fusion foods at Kargo and try gold and pink coloured lattes at One O Eight Café. There are plenty of bars here like Mineority By Saby, Stereo, and the iconic Hard Rock Café. 

Shopping at Koregaon Park Road is one of the best
things to do in Pune. There are many new-age clothing stores here  like Enclothe, Adrish, Ka-Sha India, etc. for you to pick up quirky clothes and accessories. Round off the day with a dessert at one of the amazing cake shops like Theobroma, Sweetish House Mafia, Pasteur Bakery, etc.

Location: Koregaon Park, Pune

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Shinde Chhatri

Shinde Chhatri

This is one of Pune’s top attractions, especially for people who like to escape the crowds and noise into a peacefully rustic ambience, characteristic old forts and buildings. This memorial was erected to honour military leader Mahadji Shinde, who served the Peshwa army in the 17th century. 

The yellow-black architecture has Anglo-Rajasthani influences. The main hall area has a huge sculpture of Mahadji Shinde and a gallery to showcase his life and valour. You will also see elaborately carved pillars, arches, walls adorned by paintings, stained-glass windows and a spiral staircase inside. There is a Shiva Temple with beautiful yellow stone-carved idols.

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

Timing: 7 am to 8 pm

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Spend a Cultural Night at Chokhi Dhani

Spend a Cultural Night at Chokhi Dhani

Soaking in the vibrancy, colours, and cuisines of Rajasthan at Chokhi Dhani is one of the best things to do in Pune. Enjoy reverberating music as you see folk dances like Kalbelia, Ghoomar, and Kachhi Godi performed by dancers adorned in colourful clothes and jewellery. The place is a recreation of a traditional Rajasthani village complete with mud houses, wells, and streets. See rope walkers, potters, and puppeteers here.

The highlight of Chokhi Dhani is, of course, the traditional food laden with copious amounts of ghee and spices. Enjoy Bikaner Kachori with Kadhi, Bati, Churma, Bhakri Roti, and the unmissable Garlic chutney. Round off the meal with delicious Malpuas and Gulab Jamuns.

Location: 
Nagar Highway, Wagholi, Pune, Maharashtra 412207

Timing: 4 pm to 10 pm

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Have a Drink at Independence Brewing Company

Have a Drink at Independence Brewing Company

Pune’s most loved microbrewery, Independence Brewing Company, is also one of India’s largest. It offers handcrafted beers introducing people to international standards and tastes. The warm and friendly ambience here gets perfectly complemented by huge mirror walls and leather seating. The outdoor area is lit in twinkling white lights lending it a romantic atmosphere, perfect for couples. 

Indulge in beers that have hints of citrus, nuts, fruits, honey, and lightly spiced with cloves, cocoa, and vanilla. Pair these amazing drinks with seafood, grill platters, and fusion dishes. The place has huge screens all over. Seeing matches and live events amidst all the energy is one of the best
things to do in Pune city.

Location: 
79/1, Zero One Complex, Pingale Vasti, Near Passport Seva Kendra, Mundhwa, Pune, Maharashtra 411036

Timing:  1 pm to 1:30 am

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Listen to a Live Gig at Hard Rock Café

Listen to a Live Gig at Hard Rock Café

There is always something exciting happening at this iconic café. This is one of the best places to enjoy great food and drinks along with live music & other gigs. The place houses an 80-seater open courtyard with cinema-like setting for people to enjoy the live performances.  

You can catch local bands belting out music spread across genres like funk, rock, reggae, town hall, etc. HRC also gets many international bands that play Dire Straits, Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, and Rolling Stones renditions. Tickle your funny bone as you see live standup comedy acts by comedians, which is one of the most amazing
things to do in Pune at night.

Location: 
Plot no.81/82 East Main Road Koregaon Park, Extn, Pune, Maharashtra 411036

Timing: 12 pm to 1 am

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Dine at Spice Factory

Dine at Spice Factory

This is one of the best dance clubs in Pune known for its amazing ambience, terrific music, great crowds, and of course the huge array of cocktails and food. Try the amazing Blue Devil, Purple Haze, Jagerbomb, and Kamikaze and it is one the best things to do in Pune.

The place is famous for its signature shots like Mi A Mi on fire, Flaming Lamborghini, and Mi A Mi Blaze. Pair your drinks with foods like herb-crusted fried fish, lemon basil prawns, lamb meatballs, or Thai spring rolls. Located inside the plush JW Marriott at Shivajinagar, Mi-a-Mi hosts some of the best local and international bands that belt out trance, house, blues, and rock music. 

For ladies thinking about
what to do in Pune, every Wednesday night here is ‘Ladies night’. One of the best things to do in Pune at night is having fun with your ‘girlfriends’ and enjoying free drinks at this great club.

Location: 
2nd Floor, White Square, above Vijay Sales, Wakad, Pune, Maharashtra 411057

Timing: 11:30 am to 2 am

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Dance at Mi-a-Mi

Dance at Mi-a-Mi

This is one of the best dance clubs in Pune known for its amazing ambience, terrific music, great crowds, and of course the huge array of cocktails and food. Try the amazing Blue Devil, Purple Haze, Jagerbomb, and Kamikaze. The place is famous for its signature shots like Mi A Mi on fire, Flaming Lamborghini, and Mi A Mi Blaze. Pair your drinks with foods like herb-crusted fried fish, lemon basil prawns, lamb meatballs, or Thai spring rolls. 

Located inside the plush JW Marriott at Shivajinagar, Mi-a-Mi hosts some of the best local and international bands that belt out trance, house, blues, and rock music. 

For ladies thinking about
what to do in Pune, every Wednesday night here is ‘Ladies night’. One of the best things to do in Pune at night is having fun with your ‘girlfriends’ and enjoying free drinks at this great club.

Location: 
S No. 33, Behind Lokmat Press, Near Rajyog Society, Vadgaon Dhayari,, Sinhgad Rd., Pune, Maharashtra 411041

Timing: 7 pm to 12 am

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Fill your day with the enthralling experience of trekking near the biggest city of Maharashtra and capture some of the key adventure and thrills. Delight yourself with a unique chance of Tikona Fort trek and ramble across one of the quaintest forts in Maharashtra. On availing this trek, you will be visiting a place that is the key location of many activities and embraces the glimpses of a lake that is located just near to the lake. Whilst trekking, you will come across the Satvahan caves and the temple of Trimbakeshwar Mahadev, which would certainly endow you with endless memories.

 

Tikona Fort trek won’t be smooth and it takes efforts to reach the top, though it is exciting as it sounds. While reaching the top, seize the awe-inspiring view of Pawana dam, Kothligad, and the astounding scrutiny of the beautiful valley below. The trekking session shall be conducted by an expert guide. Also, private transportation from Pune to Pune or Lonavala to Lonavala, Pithala Bhaker meals (lunch and breakfast) along with basic first-aid kit is also inclusive of the package.

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Bhigwan Bird Watching | Book Online @ ₹990 Only!
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  • Pune
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₹1,238 ₹990
Location: Pune, Maharashtra

Start point/End point: Pune

Timing: 1 day (Between 5:30 AM to 9:30 PM)

About the Bhigwan Bird Watching:

Don't miss out the chance of witnessing the colourful flock of several migratory birds that come to the backwaters of Ujani dam of Pune during winter. This Bhigwan Bird Watching lets you catch the glimpses of the beautiful wetlands of Pune and explore the Bhigwan Bhuleshwar temple which is a house of thousands of colourful birds. 

The Bhigwan Bird Watching lets you undergo the perfect outing where you would observe the behaviour of colourful migratory birds and fall in love with the serene ambience of the wetland. This Bird Watching begins when you start from the Fergusson College in Pune at around 5:30 in the morning and proceed towards Bhigwan for a delightful nature exploration tour.

The Bhigwan Bird Watching is inclusive of delicious meals for breakfast and lunch and you shall also sip a cup of evening tea while observing the birds. You also get to enjoy a boating trip in the Ujani backwaters along with the assistance of professional tour guides. The tour is also inclusive of private transportation to and from Pune in order to minimize the hassles completely. 

Suitable for: All age groups, friends and family

How to reach?
The pickup location for the activity is Fergusson College in Pune and you can reach the spot by private or public transportation. 

Note:
Minimum 2 people are required to book the package.
Restrooms are subject to availability during the tour.
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Multiple Activities Combo Package, Pune - Flat 40% Off
  • 2H
  • Pune
  • 2H
₹334 ₹200

Pune is a metro city that attracts thousands of people from all over the country for education and job opportunities. In this stressed environment, one needs to feel relaxed and this activity combo will surely do the same.

About the Activities:
By availing the package, you will be able to undertake 50 shots of Paintball game, Archery, Rifle Shooting, and Zorb Fight.
These activities will be undertaken in full supervision of an experienced instructor and your safety will come first.

How to reach:
Situated at a 30 mins drive from the city center this location is easily accessible by the local public as well as private transport.

Note:
Min 2 people are required to book individual activities.
Min 4 people are required to book the combo activity.

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Pune Pub Crawl
  • 3H
  • Pune
  • 3H
₹1,999 ₹1,400
About the Activity:

- Pune is the cultural hub of the state of Maharashtra, and is yet filled with a lot of potential for all the young blood. Pune Nightlife is one of the best parts of this city and that is exactly what you will see in this pub crawl tour.
- Start from the at about 7 PM and start hitting various pubs of the area, and conclude the trip at Havana Café & Ba at around 10 PM. 
- Everywhere you go in the duration of 3 hours, you will get free entry, and free shots. There will also be several experiences of ice breaker, games, and loads of fun with dance.
- Meet new people in energetic, fun, friendly and most certainly wild atmosphere, have fun and make memories with the cheeky host. 
- Talking about the host, the guide for the night will entertain you with commentary in the form of stories relating to the area, so you will also get some great insider tips and tricks to save money and explore the best of the city.

Starting Point: Effingut, Koregaon Park, Pune
Timings: 7 PM to 10 PM
Minimum no. of people required: 2

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Spiritual and Harmonious Walk Tour in Pune
  • 2H
  • Pune
  • 2H
₹1,200 ₹900
About Pune:
Pune is a beautiful city in Maharashtra and is surely containing places to be explored and enjoyed at. From ancient architecture to delicious food, the city will always welcome you without dissapointing you in any sense.

About the Activity:
Starting Point: Outside Osho Garden, Koregaon Park

- By availing the package, you get to e
xplore your inner self on this unforgettable life changing experience, learn new techniques and methods to harmonize mind, emotions, body and life energies.
- Also, you get to learn about ancient Yogic culture in its true sense and understand with clarity the role of Conscious Mind.
- You will be visiting Osho garden, walk around Koregaon Park Lane 1 and visit one the oldest park & meditation center in Koregaon Park by availing this.

Timings of the activity: 8.00 AM to 10.00 AM
Minimum number of people required: 1


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Other Things to Do in Pune

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Visit the Katraj Snake Park

Visit the Katraj Snake Park

One of the best activities in Pune is paying a visit to see a huge variety of reptiles, turtles, crocodiles, and even birds at this lush green nature park. This snake park, that became a part of Rajiv Gandhi Zoological Park, houses more than 20 species of snakes. You can see rock pythons, vipers, and tortoises. The major attraction here is a 9 ft. long King Cobra. 

There is a library inside the park that aims to educate people about reptiles and how can they be treated better. If you visit during Naag Panchami, you can see interesting programs that create awareness about these species through music and theatre performances.

Location: 
Pune Satara Highway, near the Bharati Vidyapeeth University.

Timing: 10:30 am to 6:00 pm

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Indulge in Shopping at Tulsi Baug

Indulge in Shopping at Tulsi Baug
To truly capture the essence of this bustling Maharashtrian city, shopping is one of the things to do in Pune. And for the best experience, one has to be at Tulsi Baug, Situated in the very heart of Pune this market gets its name after the nearby Tulsi Baug Wada, a temple dedicated to different Hindu Gods.

But over the years, the shopping area has stood its own and made a name among locals as well as tourists for the variety of regional items, clothes, handicrafts, decore, antiques, shoes, jewellery, trinkets and more that are available at bargainous rates.
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Visit Mulshi Lake and Dam

Visit Mulshi Lake and Dam
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Looking for a better place to spend your weekend near Pune then head out to the Mulshi Lake and Dam to spend some alone time along with your family and friends. Mulshi Lake is framed in the catchment zone of Mulshi dam. Known for its beautiful excellence because of Sahyadri ranges, Koraigadh and Dhangad forts, it is an ideal portal for nature lovers. Water from the dam is utilised for the water system and in addition to delivering power at the Bhira hydroelectric power plant, built by Tata Power.

The station works six 25MW Pelton turbines set up in 1927 and one 150MW Pumped Storage Unit. Water from this store situated in Krishna river bowl is occupied by the Bhira control house for producing Hydropower. In 1920-21, amid the development of the dam and power station, Pandurang Mahadev Bapat drove Mulshi Satyagraha, a development to speak to farmers whose land had been taken to construct the venture.

Spend some time witnessing the beauty of nature while you visit this lake. The serenity and the cool breeze will lure you away to some distant land. Click some memorable photographs as you spend some time in the bosom of nature.

Location: Mulshi Dam and Lake is located in the Mulshi taluka administrative division of the Pune district of Maharashtra State.

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Witness The Mystique Of The Karla Caves

Witness The Mystique Of The Karla Caves

Karla Caves, considered to be among the oldest Buddhist shrines in the country, are believed to have been carved in the second century. These majestic structures comprise of the huge Chaitanya hall, ornately carved pillars & walls, and arches. There is a Buddhist monastery here along with a 15-metre long pillar built in reverence of Goddess Ekveera.

There is an ancient trade route located near to this ASI protected monument. Don’t miss the stupas, pyramids, and rock-cut excavations. Try to identify figures of animals, men, and women intricately carved on the walls. Don’t miss to see ancient Brahmi script on the walls.

Location: 
Karla, Lonavla, Maharashtra 410405

Timing: 9 am to 7 pm

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Enjoy at Appu Ghar Amusement Park

Enjoy at Appu Ghar Amusement Park
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While you are visiting Pune you would definitely want to explore all the amazing attraction here. Make your day a more exciting one as you visit the famous Appu Ghar Amusement Park. This is another of the best things to do in Pune.  Situated in Nidgi, Pune, Appu Ghar gloats of being the first amusement park in Pune city. It was initiated on nineteenth November of 1984. This amusement park was named after the mascot of Asian Games of 1982, which were held in Delhi.

An elephant, named Appu was the mascot of the amusements.  Appu Ghar is arranged in Indira Gandhi Udyan, which was at once called as Bund Garden. Often regarded as a small scale Disney place where there is Pune, this place offers countless fun rides and as well as a serene lake and hilly terrains. The vibrant environment of this park combined with various fun rides and amazing facilities make this a standout amongst the most mainstream puts in Pune.

There are rides for each individual, fluctuating from kids rides to exciting for grown-ups.  

Rides:
Some of the rides here are Appu Columbus, My Fair woman, Roller Coaster, and so forth. For the children, there are rides like Helicopter, Appu Express, Gammat Girki, Merry Go Round, kiddy watercraft, Jumping Frog, Mini Octopus,

Timings: Opens from 12:00 PM to 8:00 PM everyday.

Price: The approximate price for the park is Rs 30 per person (without Rides), Rs 300 per person for Adults (Entry fee along with all Rides and Rs 250 per person for Children

Location: Appu Ghar Amusement park is located at No.23, Pradhikaran Sector, Indira Gandhi Udyan, Nigdi, Near Bhakti Shakti Chowk, Pune, Maharashtra 411044

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Explore Parvati Hill

Explore Parvati Hill

This beautiful lush green hill is one of the prominent Pune visiting places. Not only is the place popular for trekking and escaping into nature, but is famous for its ancient Paravati Temple atop the summit. This temple, located at around 2,100 ft. above sea level, was built during the time of the Peshwas and it is one of the best places in Pune.

One of the best activities in Pune is to see the sunset from this hilltop, which is reachable after a climb of around 103 steps. There are also other temples like Devdeveshwar temple, Kartikeya temple, and Vishnu temple at the top. Don’t miss the Peshwa Museum to see pictures and exhibits about the glorious life of Peshwa rulers.

Location: Parvati Hill, Parvati Paytha, Pune, Maharashtra 411009.

Timing: The hill is open on all days from 08:00 am to 05:00 pm but the temples will be open from 05:00 am to 08:00 pm.

In Pune & want to trek? There are lots of
trekking places in Pune to choose from & fulfill you desire of a funfilled trekking adventure.

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Seek Blessings at Dagdusheth Halwai Temple

Seek Blessings at Dagdusheth Halwai Temple

If you are a Ganapati Bhakt and looking for some holy and spiritual place to visit while you are in Pune than Dagdusheth Halwai Temple is one of the must things to do in Pune. Shreemant Dagdusheth Halwai Ganapati is the exemplification of pride and respect to the city of Pune. Devotees from all aspects of India and the world come to go to Lord Ganapati here consistently. Dagdusheth Halwai Mandir is today, not just a standout amongst the most profoundly loved spots of worship in India but also a social organisation effectively occupied with social welfare and social advancement through Dagduseth Halwai Sarvajanik Ganapati Trust.

The temple talks about a long and grand history of the past and imbibes people with knowledge. The deity of Lord Ganesha was incepted by Shri Dagdusheth Halwai and his wife Lakshmibai route back when they lost their lone child to the torment plague. Here every year the Ganapati festival is celebrated with lots of enthusiasm not only by the Dagdusheth’s family but the entire neighbourhood.

Timings: Opens from 6:00 AM to 10:00 PM.

Location: Dagdusheth Halwai Temple is located at Ganpati Bhavan, 250, Budhvar Peth, Shivaji Road, Pune, Maharashtra 411002

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Explore Rajiv Gandhi Zoological Park

Explore Rajiv Gandhi Zoological Park

Spending time amidst nature and wildlife at Rajiv Gandhi Zoological Park is one of the best things to do in Pune. The way this zoo is segregated is quite interesting. It is divided into the zoo, a snake park, animal orphanage, and the Kartaj Lake area. The lake area is great to have a day picnic and spend time around the calm waters. 

The park houses more than 350 animals like sloth bears, blackbucks, barking deer, pythons, vipers, etc. Don’t miss to see the huge variety of colourful birds here. The animal orphanage is where abandoned and sick animals are treated. You can also adopt an animal here and support its food and treatment.

Location: 
Pune-Satara Road, Opp. Katraj Dairy, Katraj, Pune, Maharashtra 411046

Timing: 9:30 am to 5 pm

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  • Malvan
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If you love thrill and adventure in your life, then underwater scuba diving is surely a must-try adventure for you. This scuba diving activity at the Tarkarli village will surely pump-up your adrenaline rush and get you moving.


Enjoy the best 30-minutes of your life as you dive under the water and witness the aquatic life around you. It will undoubtedly be the best time of your life. You will be able to get HD pictures of your underwater experience to make it a memorable time that you will always cherish.

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Visit National War Museum

Visit National War Museum

A popular attraction in Pune, National War Museum is dedicated to the country’s war heroes in the post-Independence era. It is quite a unique self-funded initiative built by the locals of the city. You can see interesting pictures, memorabilia, murals, and documents related to Maratha Kings, Kargil war, and other defence events.

The major attraction here is a MIG 23 BN Jet used in the Kargil War along with a replica of INS Trishul and even captured Pakistani Patton Tanks. You can see models of different kinds of guns, rocket launchers, and other artillery here. There is a shooting area where you can try your hand on paintball.

Location: National War Museum is located at Prince Of Wales Drive, Ghorpuri Lines, Dobarvadi, Ghorpadi, Pune, Maharashtra 411001

Timings:
 Opens from 9:30 AM–12:30 PM and 3:00 PM –7:00 PM

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Rajmachi Fort Trek & Camping, Lonavala | Book @ ₹1299 Only
  • 2D/1N
  • Lonavala
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₹2,024 ₹1,299

Rajmachi Fort trek takes you on a tour through tranquil hidden landscapes of Maharashtra. This ancient fort of Rajmachi is located in the Karjat region and is a perfect example of lost beauties in today’s hustles. These beautiful forts were built by Shivaji Maharaj during the 17th century and strive for a favourite trekking destination amongst ardent adventure seekers.

Delight in this awe-inspiring quaint Rajmachi fort which provides you with pleasant views of Borghat, a historic trade route located in this region of Maharashtra. Admire the beauty of Shrivardhan Fort and Manoranjan fort crowned at the pinnacle with this amazing Rajmachi fort trek. This stunning ancient beauty can be reached via two ways, while Kondivide village route might get tricky at times, however, the most preferable route is from Lonavala as it is much easy and provides the best of the views.

Standing amidst the dense forests, Rajmachi trek provides you with some amazing sceneries, this stunning place is a beauty to the eyes especially in the winter season as you will be witnessing random waterfalls and lush greenery at every turn while trekking. Rivet in this amazing experience with friends and family like never before!

We meet sharp at 17:20 hours at Lonavala Railway station

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  • Lonavala
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Lonavala lies beautifully amid the beauty of Pune and Mumbai, it is a charming hill station in the Western Ghats and a perfect getaway for adventure enthusiasts. This place offers various thrilling activities, including hot air balloon safari, so take off on an unforgettable flight high in the sky with this hot air balloon safari in Lonavala. It is located in the misty Sahyadris which adds a stunning view to the experience. 

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Andharban Trek | Book Andharban Forest Trek @ ₹1240 Only
  • 1D
  • Pune
  • 1D
₹1,740 ₹1,240

About Andharban:
Trekking in Maharashtra is one of the best things that you can do. The green-clad hills of western ghats and the Sahyadris make up for great trekking routes through the forests and to the top, offering stunning views of the monsoon gifted area.

This monsoon special trek takes you through the most unique trekking experience of the region, the Andharban Forest. Literally meaning the 'Dark Forest', Andharban is famous amongst trekkers for the scenic views of the area, the beautiful dense foliage of the woods around and a breathtaking trekking experience on a ridge. 

Starting from the Base Village of Pimpri, the trek begins from the Pimpri Dam and ends at the amazing Bhira Dam. Experience seeing some of the most amazing valleys that get a whole new shade of green and beauty in the monsoons, making the entire experience worth capturing.

About Andharban Forest Trek:
- Meet at the designated pickup point and start your journey to the base village of Pimpri.
- Get freshened up and have your breakfast at Pimpri, before getting a short briefing and introduction of the experience
- Start trekking from the Pimpri Dam and venture into the Andharban Forest.
- The trek distance will be 13 km.
- After a short lunch break, resume the trek to reach the Bhira Dam, which is the endpoint of the trek and from where you will get the return transfer to Mumbai

Pick-up Points for Andharban Jungle Trek:
11:45 pm: Chitra Cinema Dadar (East) (First Pickup Point)
12:05 am: K-Star Mall, Chembur (Second Pickup Point)

Andharban Trek Difficulty: Medium

Package Offers: Transport, Trekking, and Meals

Suitable for: Age group between 16 to 60. 

Child Policy: Children are not allowed for the trek. 

Please Note: Consuming liquor or any kind of Alcoholic substance is prohibited. Carrying any kind of substance that’s illegal is not allowed. Smoking is strictly not allowed.

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Visapur Fort Trek, Book Now @ 36% off & Get 800 Cashback
  • 1D
  • Lonavala
  • 1D
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Visapur fort offers a majestic view from the height of 3556ft. Located in Maharashtra near Pune district, the trek to Visapur is one of the best treks to do in Monsoon.

About the Visapur Fort Trek:

The trek starts from Mumbai early in the morning. The trek offers several stunning views of lush green valleys and small or large waterfalls. You will find decorated architecture, the old house, caves, and ruins of a large stone-built house which is also known as Peshwa's palace. There are several temples around the fort, but you will notice that most of the temples are dedicated to Hanuman as he was the patron deity of Visapur fort.

You can also witness the ten feet long iron gun of Queen Elizabeth. Trek to Visapur will refresh your mind as well as your body. The difficulty level of the trek is easy but still, there will be a professional guide with you, who will assist you while trekking.

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Endurance: Low
Difficulty: Easy
Group Size:
40
Age Limit:
14-45 Years

Pickups and drop off points: Lonavala Railway station
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, High Tea
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Rajgad Trek, Pune | Book Online @ Flat 25% off
  • 1D
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₹1,199 ₹899

Location: Pune, Maharashtra

Activity Timings:  6:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Departure/Return Point: Deccan for Pune And Dadar railway Station for Mumbai.

About the Rajgad Trek:

Are you looking for escaping into the unbounded serenity of Pune and experience some offbeat adventure? Then this is the right option for you. The Rajgad Trek is devised to take you to the Rajgad fort, with an altitude of 4182 feet and let you enjoy delightful hiking session. Located at a distance of 40 km away from Pune, the beauty of this fort offers a breathtaking view with amazing trekking experience.

The Rajgad Trek begins from the base village called Gunjavne and you would move ahead traversing through the trails of rough terrains and lush greenery. You would be provided with the support of an experienced guide will assist you to this trek and will let you know about the history of Pune.

 Apart from the adventure of the Rajgad Trek experience, you will be able to grab Pithala Bhakeri, which is a famous dish from the local cuisine. Apart from this, you will be served a delicious lunch and breakfast. Also, you would enjoy a comfortable pick-up and drop-off facility to and from Mumbai and Pune.

Suitable for: All age groups, friends and family

How to reach:

Pick up and drop off facility is available from Mumbai and Pune. You can reach meetup spots with the help of private and public transportation.

Note: 
Children below 6 years and pregnant women are not advised to join the tour.

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Sandhan Valley Trek + Rappelling, Igatpuri | Book @ ₹1649
  • 2D/1N
  • Bhandardara
  • 2D/1N
₹1,949 ₹1,649

About Sandhan Valley:

Sandhan Valley is a unique experience combining adventure activity such as Rappelling and staying amidst nature. Sandhan valley is a water-carved valley around 200 feet deep. Sandhan is located near beautiful Bhandardara region near the village called Samrad. Samrad village and Sandhan Valley is surrounded by Alang, Madan and Kulang Mountains.

Sandhan Valley trek starts from Samrad village. Total trek time is around 5 hours which includes rappelling and crossing pool of water. And deep gorges and one of its kinds of life experience which you feel at end of the trek.

The Great Grand Dad of all Treks - The Valley of Shadows, Where you'll hardly get to see the sunlight, isolated from the outer world, dead silence, passing through those deep creepy ponds, lifeless rocks and boulders, Echoes of your own footsteps will make you feel like a presence of some entity, sleeping by the waterfall with the nocturnal creatures in sub-freezing temperature. You'll remember this 48 hours throughout your lifetime.

Brilliant & deep narrow rock floored ravine between the two high walls of a mountain range. At some places, its width is less than 3 ft so that at some places sun rays unable to reach. So its called the valley of the shadow.

To go at the end side of the gorge you have cross 2-3 water pools, water level changes according to seasons, in winter it is up to waist & in summer it is up to knee height. At the end of the valley, you get a magnificent view of high cliffs & deep valleys.

Sandhan Valley trek via Samrad to Dehaene is a high difficulty grade trek in the Sahyadri. The Sandhan Valley full-descend is just 2.5 kms long (up to campsite) but the time taken to finish it on a normal weekend is around 10 hours. It starts with a flat trail until you reach the opening of Sandhan Valley. Once you’re into Sandhan Valley, you will be descending through the valley for the entire duration.

Know Before You Go:

Duration of Sandhan Valley Trek: 2D,2N
Height of Sandhan Valley: 4100 ft.
Sandhan Valley Trekking Grade: Above Medium with Thrilling Patches.
Location: Bhandardara Region.

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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
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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.
10 August 2015
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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.
11 January 2016
Excellent
Bhimashankar Trek In Maharashtra is one of its kind of a special trek that is such a country side trek. One can’t experience such a trek generally in other trek trails. Lonavala is by itself a beauty and this trek adds more grace to it. I had a great time at this trek. I personally loved the trek trails so much that I am planning to do this trek again sometime. As a trekker, you will experience bliss as the trek takes you back to the good old country trek experience. As a nature lover I had a great time with the surroundings.
27 June 2015
Excellent
The trek was fun and exciting. The locality and surroundings were brilliant. I have been to many treks but this trek was one of the best trek I ever had. I seriously recommend this trek to all those who want to go out with friends. Worth spending on this trek :)
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.
It is one of the best trips of my life. If you love adventurous and trekking place then you will love to visit Lonavala and Khandala, The views are brilliant and the vibe nice and Lonavala lake is very beautiful lake, surrounded by mountain. The scenery is very heart warming, I instantly fall in love with the place.
17 February 2020
Excellent
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
Excellent
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
Excellent
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.

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