Pune has blessed it with a positive atmosphere throughout the year. Here we take a look at a couple of these areas, offering everything from tracking to touring. Here some weekend getaway from Pune which you can plan for upcoming monsoon weekends
Not exactly a hundred kilometers from Pune, Lonavala can be delighted in on multi-day trip as well a weekend trip. Valleys and slopes, waterfalls and lavish greenery occupy large amounts of Lonavala. An absolute necessity visit for any individual who adores nature, Lonavala is likewise famous for the chikki, a customary Indian sweet produced using jaggery and peanuts
Three hours from Lonavala, the hill station of Khandala has been made well known by Bollywood and melodies. As anyone might expect, Khandala is as well known as Lonavala, with numerous individuals wanting to cover both the spots in a single journey. Other than the greenery and lovely hills, the spot is made considerably increasingly wonderful by the downpours. The monsoons are the most prominent time to visit both Khandala and Lonavala.
Which means iron stronghold, Lohagad Fort was before the bastion of Shivaji and is presently a well-known vacation spot. The post is situated on a slope, sitting above the Pavana River. The Bhaja and Karla Caves found near the fort are another attraction for those who are traveling to the Lohagad Fort. Trekking to the fort and to the caves are the absolute most common exercises in the locale.
The city of Wai is located on the banks of the Krishna River and was known as ‘Virat Nagari’ during the ancient ages. Wai is in the Satara region of Maharashtra, and hardly 90 kilometers from Pune. There are open doors for a few sport exercises in Wai, including trekking, kayaking.
The man-made town of Lavasa is circumscribed by pleasant hills and farms and gets its name from the lake that the spot covers. This hill city is near 25,000 feet, and an extremely prevalent common spot for the youth.
An especially famous river rafting spot around Pune, Kolad is a village in the Raigad region that draws a lot of tourists any time of the year. The Kundalika River offers river rafting chances, however, the street along the stream is a well-known running trail. The picturesque perspectives and reviving blue waters are combined with a refreshing atmosphere throughout the entire year.
Mahabaleshwar is a weekend escape and outing spot in Maharashtra, encompassed by evergreen jungle and valleys. The Pratapgarh Fort built by Shivaji is barely 20 kilometers from here. A portion of different attractions in the area incorporates Kate’s Point, Arthur’s Seat, Wilson Point, Needle Hole Point, and the 3 Monkey Point.
This mountain pass is home to a few unique types of birds and a variety of vegetation. There is a differing scope of natural life in the woodlands of the area. The waterfalls are full during the monsoon. Various sanctuaries and caves are likewise situated in the region. A portion of activities are birdwatching, trekking, and enjoying the stunning views of the waterfalls