Panchgani, 107 km from Pune, is also known as Place of Five Hills. On one side there are high mountains and on the other side the flat land, which adds to its beauty, four moons. This place is the best for trekking, camping and photography. If you live around Pune then one to two days is enough time to explore this place well.
Lonavala is the favorite place of people living in Mumbai and Pune. You can enjoy your holiday in peace by visiting Lonavla, away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Lonavala, located 67 km from Pune, is seen where the lake, gardens and gardens and greenery are seen. There is also a lot of kilos, caves and temples and this is probably the reason for the popularity of this place.
Situated at an altitude of 2516 feet above sea level, come to Matheran and see the amazing beauty of nature. Toy trains, water springs falling from high mountains, dense forest and various types of birds jumping in, make this place even more spectacular. If you are fond of trekking then you will definitely like this place because there are total 38 tracking points here.
The distance from Pune to Khandala is just 70 kilometers. This means if you are thinking of going here with friends, then plan a road trip. The monsoon season is the best time to visit Khandala when the entire valley is covered with green sheets. There is also no shortage of cultural heritage here. If you like adventure, you can enjoy many things like tracking, paragliding here.
You will reach Kamset by traveling 50 kilometers from Pune. Surrounded by lakes and dense jungles, Kamset loves adventure lovers. Everything from paragliding to cave and boating is available here. There is no dearth of historical places and temples here.