Top 5 Places to Visit Near Pune in Monsoon
Pune is one of the best city of Maharashtra, surrounded by scenic views, waterfalls, picturesque hills, ghats & mountains with a pleasant atmosphere.
So, if you are looking to enjoy a pleasant atmosphere in Pune, then don’t miss these beautiful places near Pune.
Lonavala & Khandala Hill Station:
Lonavala & Khandala is a popular twin hill station situated about 60 km from Pune. Here you can enjoy, scenic landscapes, cascading waterfalls, ancient caves and forts, and captivating sunset points. Pawna lake which is near Lonavala is famous for lake camping. Pawna lake camping is the best plan to enjoy your holiday, weekend & weekday with your beloved family & friends.
Sinhgad fort is situated on the Sahyadri hills at a distance of 30 km from Pune. If you are planning to visit Pune in Monsoon then Sinhgad fort should be present in your list. Sinhgad Fort is the best place to enjoy trekking any time of the day from a village beside Khadakwasla lake to Sinhgad fort.
Rajgad fort is one of the best serene forts of the region located in South-West to Pune city. This is the best place to visit near Pune, to explore the history & it’s relevance through its architectural marvels.
Mulshi is a major dam on the Mula river in Maharashtra, located in the Mulshi taluka in Pune. Mulshi dam is the best weekend gateway to spend time with family & friends. It is also the most attractive & a lovable place for couples. Along with Mulshi, Khadakwasla, Panshet & Varasgaon are the big dams near Pune to enjoy the beauty of nature with family & friends on weekends & weekdays during the Monsoon.
Matheran is the smallest hill station in India and it is approximately 119 km from Pune. The stunning sunrises & sunsets are the most attractive & watchable thing from its various vantage points. There is a number of interesting activities which include visiting lakes, parks, temples, ride on famous Neral – Matheran Toy Train, adventure sports like hiking, paragliding & parasailing to enjoy the fullest.