Pune is a total explorer’s destination. From trekking to camping, the state is the marvel of western India, and has the most incredible adventure opportunities for you to indulge in. Pack your bags for one of the most enthralling weekend getaway trips near Mumbai with a rafting trip to the beautiful Kolad River amidst a picturesque landscape and cloud touching peaks. Along with rafting, you can participate in different adventure activities and the many best things to do in Pune. Kunegaon’s Della Adventure is considered to be India’s largest adventure park sprawling across an area of around 5 acres. With around 70 activities, it's a perfect place to release all your cobwebs of routine life while delighting in various exciting available activities. The lush greenery of Amba Ghat and its misty allure will lead you to a trance like state. Located on the Ratnagiri-Kolhapur road, Amba Ghat is a popular tourist destination and the expedition also includes travelling to the wonders of Waghzara Tiger Reserve known for its tigers and also explore the Konkan Darshan point which also has one of the best trekking trails in Maharashtra.
With a long-drawn history stretching back to 2,000 years, Pune is a trove of cultural evolution. The four Hindu, Muslim, Maratha, and the British eras have left an indelible presence through architecture and local customs. A day-long tour is bound to amaze with its sheer depth of history and iconic places such as Pataleshwar Rock Temple, Dargah of Shaikh Salla, Lal Mahal, and Kasba Ganapati.Join this tour and embark on a cultural exploration of Pune to trace complex. Or going trekking in Harishchandragad, situated in the Maslej region of the Western Ghats is one of the most famous hill forts. Located in the Ahmednagar district of Maharashtra, this quaint sleepy region is known for its scenic beauty and rustic sights. With so many amazing and interesting things to do in Pune, are you booking your tickets, yet? So, make your trip fast to experience the best things to do in Pune.