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This is Mumbai as you have never seen it before: calm and peaceful. While the rest of the city is only just beginning to wake up, we take advantage of the empty streets and cool air to explore South Mumbai by cycle. The tour starts at 6 AM and as you wind our way through the back lanes, we’ll visit must-see Mumbai sights like the Gateway of India and CST Station as well as some hidden gems like Sassoon Dock and Bombay Panjrapole (cow sanctuary). At the end of the tour, you’ll stop for a well-deserved South Indian breakfast of dosa, idli, upma, and much more.Safety is the number one priority on
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About the activity:Mumbai is famous across India for its outstanding street food but discovering good eateries in a big city is not always easy. Not to worry, that’s where we come in! We’ll help you experience all the flavours the city has to offer by guiding you through Mumbai’s two best street food areas. You’ll start at Mumbai’s most famous beach, Chowpatty, where You’ll try an array of Mumbai’s best vegetarian street food as we watch the sun set. You’ll have classics such as dahi puri, pani puri and pav bhaji. Then you’ll take a short taxi ride to the lively Mohommad Ali Road area. In this
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About the Activity:Invoke in this exciting culinary and wine tour adventure near Nashik and get a chance to taste the authentic Maharastrian cuisine.Start your tour after reaching the tour locality and begin your exciting day.Enjoy a Khandeshi meal which can be aptly described as a culinary gem paired with a 3 different varieties of wine.Make your weekend more special while going on a wine tour and acquaint yourself with variety of wines.Learn about the wine making process while tasting from different types of wine.Visit a vineyard, the first grape plantation in Nasikh and interact with t
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What You Should Know More About Tours in Pune

  • When is the best time to visit Pune for holidays?

    Pune offers great sightings in the monsoon with lush green hills and numerous waterfalls and so July to September is a nice time of the year to visit for outdoor activities like trekking and sightseeing.


    However, you may get stuck in one of the many traffic jams in the city.

  • What sort of climate can I find in Pune?

    Pune has a moderate climate with temperatures ranging from 19 to 33 degrees. It experiences three seasons: Summers from mid-March to June.


    The monsoon lasts from June to October with moderate rainfall. The winters from November to February are mild.

  • Is it safe for a solo female traveler to visit Pune?

    Pune is considered to be one of the safest cities for women in India. However, recently there have been a few untoward incidents so it is advised for solo women travelers to avoid lonely lanes and dark alleys during night time.

  • What should my traveling luggage be like? What all things I must carry? What sort of clothes should I carry on my Pune trip?

    Depends on the length of your trip you can carry a backpack or a suitcase. The weather is moderate so carry comfortable cotton clothes with sunglasses and a hat for sun protection.


    Mosquitoes are a hazard so carry a good quality mosquito repellant. If you plan to do sightseeing carry comfortable foot wear for long walks. Carry an umbrella or a raincoat for protection against rains.

  • What romantic things can be done in Pune?

    Pune with its rich culture, isolated green hills and breezy climate has many places for couples.

    • Empress Gardens close to Race Course is the most popular hangout place for couples with its shady trees and numerous flower bushes.


    • Vetal Hill is the highest point in Pune with a magnificent view of the city from the top. It is a great place to hang out away from the city humdrum.


    • A meandering drive through misty clouds will take you to Mulshi Dam, a paradise for couples with dense forests and beautiful surroundings.


    • Sinhagad Fort, the eminent historical site is visited by many couples who want to watch the sunrise and sunset together.


  • Is it worth visiting Pune for adventure?

    Pune is bustling with a young crowd and is one of the most happening cities in India. There are many activities for thrill seekers near Pune.


    • Artificial wall climbing at Raje Shivaji Artificial Climbing wall in Shivajinagar is a good outing for adventure.


    • Paintball at Mariplex Mall in Kalyani Nagar is ideal for a fun time with friends. The cost is 1500 INR.


    An hour’s drive will take you to some scenic destinations, which are hotspots for adventure junkies.


    • Kamshet (45 km) is the paragliding capital of  the state. Enjoy resplendent views of the valley as you glide through the air. The cost is 2500 INR to 3500 INR for tandem paragliding.


    • Waterfall rappelling at Madhe Ghat (64 km) is a thrilling experience, as you come down 120 feet with water rushing over your head. The charges are 800 INR per person.


    • Della Adventure Park (65 km) in Lonavala has bungee jumping from 45m  which is the most exciting venture and the only place in the state, where this activity can be done. The price is 1500 INR per jump. The park also has quad biking on dirt tracks for hard core mud loving adventurists. The prices range from 500 INR to 1300 INR depending on the type of bike ride.


    • White water rafting in Kolad (113 km) on Kundalika during monsoons is a delightful experience. The prices vary from 800 INR to 1300 INR, depending on the season. Kayaking is another activity enjoyed on the waters of the Kundalika River, with only 450 INR per person.

  • Is Pune a good option for a family holiday?

    Pune has many places for a perfect outing with family


    • Lonavala (65 km) is a hilly town that has enough to see in a single day with its many viewpoints and waterfalls.


    • Lavasa (57 km) is a beautiful hill station with a promenade and lovely eateries.



    • Khandala (69 km) is a beautiful hill station with nature trails and forts.


    • A drive to Mulshi Dam (50 km) is great picnic spot with languid surroundings.

  • What kind of accommodation can I find in Pune?

    There are about 700 hotels in Pune. The best hotels in Pune for a luxurious stay and a pickup and drop from the airport are:


    • Novotel Pune
    • Westin in Koregaon Park
    • JW Marriott in Senapati Road
    • Fortune Inn Jukaso on Pune-Nagar Road
    • Crowne Plaza in Pune City Center


    If you are traveling on a budget, there are several small hotels with clean and comfortable rooms.


    These are one of the many good options for a budget stay.


    • Shivkrupa Hotel in Station Road
    • Treebo Golden Emerald in Gultekdi
    • Amrita Executive Hotel in Baner Road
    • Hotel Woodland in Vaswani Road

  • Which all are some famous tourist attractions of Pune?

    Pune has become one of the tourist hotspots in the recent years with more and more tourists finding themselves here every weekend getaway.

    Here are a number of places for sightseeing in Pune.


    • Osho Ashram in Koregaon Park
    • Pu-La Deshpande Garden
    • Pataleshwar Cave Temple in Jangali Maharaj Road
    • Katraj Snake Park on Pune-Satara road
    • National Defense Academy in Khadakwasla
    • Parvati Hill is the second highest point in Pune.

  • What activities are best for children in Pune?

    Apart from youngsters and travellers, Pune is also an ideal place for families to visit and there are a multiple activities here for kids to enjoy as well.


    • Imagica Snow Park in Khopoli
    • Funky Monkey Play Center in Koregaon Park
    • Wet n Joy Waterpark in Kamshet is a fun place with the longest water slide and the largest wave pool in India.
    • Gram Sanskruti Udyaan in Pashan is a mock village which gives a glimpse into rural life with many life size statues of farm animals, wells, and farms.

  • What are the best means of public transport in Pune?

    All options are available


    • The public bus network covers all routes and parts of the city. However, it is confusing to know which bus to take, if you are not familiar with bus numbers. Pune bus guide ( and the PMPML website ( are good online resources to figure out the schedule and routes.
    • Auto Rickshaw is a common mode of transport but always pay by the meter. You can hire a pre-paid auto from Shivajinagar Bus Stand, Pune Station, and Swargate Bus Stand.
    • Taxi and cabs are not very popular in Pune. Although you can call and hire reliable rental cabs. Wings cabs and tcabs are good options.

  • Can I do a cycling tour of Pune? Which places are famous to explore while cycling?

     The joy of exploring a city on cycle with a panoramic view of the surrounding is unappalled. There are 2 cycling tours in Pune. A private 4-hour complex tour through Pune University will give you the chance to see buildings with charming colonial British era architecture and imbibe the vibe of campus life.


    A midnight cycling tour for fitness freaks takes you through Kothrud, Bhusari Colony, Chandni Chowk, Bhavdan Budhrakh, Pashan, Pune University, and Chaturshrungi. The cost of the tour is 700 INR.

  • Can we go on a historical tour of Pune? Which historical places are must visit in Pune?

    Pune was the capital city of Maratha Empire and later on the monsoon capital of British India. There are many monuments which stand testament to its rich history and culture.


    • Shaniwar Wada Palace in Shaniwar Peth was the seat of Maratha Empire during the time of Bajirao Peshwa.
    • Lal Dewal on Modelinia Road is also known as Red Temple. It was built by Britishers in Neo-gothic architecture and is the largest synagogue in Asia.
    • Aga Khan Palace is one of the most magnificent monuments of Pune, depicting the life and career of Mahatma Gandhi. It is open on all days from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
    • Tribal Museum on Queens Road is dedicated to the various tribes living in the state of Maharashtra.


    The National Award winning Pune Heritage Walk tour through 18 landmark destinations on Saturdays and Sundays at 7 a.m. will give you an insight into the history of the city.


    The duration of the tour is 2.5 hrs. and the cost is 250 INR per head.

  • Where can I go for Scuba diving near Pune? Is it safe?

     Absolute Scuba in Shastri Nagar offers essential guidelines and courses in scuba diving and dive travel to give away the most beautiful and safe time to the customers. The best scuba diving destinations near Pune are:


    • Malvan (395 km) in Karnataka is a unique experience with exploration of the marine life of Arabian Sea along with submerged parts of Sindhudurg Fort. The diving tours will cost approximately 8000 INR including pre dive training session.


    • Vengurla Rocks (399 km) in South Maharashtra are known for their beautiful corals and colorful aquatic animals. The booking charges are 8000 INR per head.

  • Are there any trekking trails near Pune?

    The most famous treks near Pune are:


    • Purander Fort
    • Rajmachi
    • Tikona Fort
    • Andharban Trek
    • Kalsubai (5400 ft.) is the highest peak of the mountain range of Sahyadri.
    • Korigad fort
    • Lohagad “Iron fort”

  • Where can we go for camping near Pune?

    There are several serene places tucked in the Sahyadri Mountains which are perfect destinations for a camping near Pune:


    • Pavana Lake Camp (65 km) is one of the least explored artificial lakes and is a perfect spot for camping, picnics, and sightseeing.
    • Camping in Karnala Bird Sanctuary in Panvel (93 km) is an enthralling experience with swaying palm trees forests and untouched splendor.
    • Camping in Badlapur (91 km) is an enjoyable experience with sounds of chirping birds and the music of flowing river.

  • Which are some weekend destinations from Pune?

    There are quite a few destinations for a short break from the monotony of city life.


    • Lonavala (65 km) is a beautiful hill station with many trekking trails, camping opportunities, view points and majestic forts to visit.
    • The city of Wai (85 km) on the banks of Krishna River is a sight to behold with its untouched beauty. There are many activities like kayaking, raft building, river crossing and trekking to indulge in.
    • Kamshet (48 km) is a beautiful destination surrounded by rustic hamlets. It is the paragliding hub of the state.
    • Khandala (69 km) is the most popular hill station in the region as it lies on the Mumbai-Pune highway.
    • The moss covered statuesque Lohagad Fort (74 km) is a hot spot for trekking and history lovers.

  • Which hill stations are good to visit near Pune?

    There are several beautiful hill stations located close to Pune.


    • Lonavala & Khandala are 68 km & 70 km from Pune respectively and it takes a little over an hour to get there.
    • Matheran is the oldest hill station and is the only automobile free hill station in Asia. It is a charming place and the famous Raigad Fort is located in its vicinity. It is 120 km and it takes 2 hrs to reach from Pune.
    • The Panchgani hill station known for its unparalleled beauty is 220 km from Pune. It has both hilly terrains as well as coastal plains. Rajpuri Caves, Tableland, and Lord Kartikeya temple are star attractions of this charming place.
    • Malshej Ghat at 116 km with its uneven rugged terrain and many waterfalls in undoubtedly the most picturesque place in the vicinity.
    • Amboli is one of the best eco hot spots in the world. It is home to 108 Lord Shiva Temples. It is 348 km and it takes 6.5 hrs. by road.

  • Where can I go for rafting tour near Pune?

    The Kundalika River in Kolad is the fastest flowing river in the southern part of the country and is one of the top 5 destinations for white water rafting in India. Kolad is 113 km from the city and it takes 4 hrs. to reach by road. 


    Dandeli at 440 km in Karnataka is an overnight journey from Pune. The Kali River has a 13 km stretch full of rapids making it ideal for rafting. There are several places where one can enjoy river rafting near Pune.

  • Where can we for wine tour near Pune? Is Nashik a good option for a wine tour?

    Sula Vineyards and Soma Vineyard Resort in Nashik provide wine tasting sessions with ample information on the techniques of proper wine tasting.


    A tour of the vineyard estate will show you the grapes from which wine is made and wine factory for the techniques involved in winemaking.


    The approximate cost of wine tasting tour is 1500INR per head. The tours take place between 1130 to 1830 hrs. on all days except dry days.

  • Which forts are famous near Pune for trekking?

    There are many forts in the vicinity of the city known for their meandering trekking trails. The best are:


    • Korigad Fort 20 km from Pune starting from Bhairavnath Temple.
    • Rajmachi Fort (78 km) is one of the most beautiful forts in the region. It is covered by moss and misty clouds.
    • Tikona Fort (65 km) is a hill fort located near Kamshet and Lohadad Fort with its 4 large iron gates and stunning views are a treat to the eyes. The view of Pawna Lake from the top of Tikona Fort is spectacular.
    • Sinhagad Fort (20 km) is an important historical landmark and a beautiful trekking trip with lush green surroundings and majestic views from the top.

  • How far is Goa from Pune? How to go Goa from Pune?

    Goa is 451 km from Pune.


    • By road- There is a direct bus from Pune to Goa every day. The time taken by road is approximately 11 hrs.
    • By train- It is the cheapest way to travel and there are 3 direct trains: Goa Express, Pune Ers. Sub. Express, and Poorna Express. It takes about 12 hrs to reach Goa.
    • By Flight- A direct flight which takes 1 hr. to reach Goa is also scheduled daily.

Traveller Tales From Pune


Puneet Sinha

16 April 2015

Konkan Diva Fort Trek Near Pune is a great and an interesting trek. The trek was complete fun and it was interesting. I loved the whole trek. I never thought Pune is such a nice vacation spot. All I thought about Pune was that it is a nice spot to hang out watch movies, drink, and have fun. However, within some kilometres of drive from Pune, there are a lot to explore and have fun with. I totally loved this travel filled Pune that surprised me. This trek is something that shouldn’t be missed.


Giriraaj Shah

01 June 2015

It was pure fun and delight for the three days. There were a lot to enjoy in these days. Sightseeing tours were so detailed and the guides too were very skilled. All the arrangements were made accordingly and things went very smoothly. Nice trip to revisit history.


Advaya Bhattathiri

14 January 2016

Konkan Diva Fort Trek was suggested by my colleagues. I was wanting to take this trek for few months now, but it kept on being postponed. Finally, I did happen to go here for a tiny honeymoon with my wife. We didn’t have enough leaves left for a proper honeymoon so we ended up going here instead, but nevertheless we couldn’t have asked for a better honeymoon. To start with it was off-beat and not the cozy romantic kind which both of us hate. Also, this was quite exciting and adventurous. We suggest everyone to take this trek to have a really interesting and different travel experience.


Gobinda Asan

13 October 2015

Konkan Diva Fort Trek is in Pune. Although this is not exactly in Pune, it is in a short drive distance from there. We had a great time here in this trek. The beauty of this trek lies in the rustic beauty of the nature and the hills around. The fort seems brilliant and one might actually want to stay here totally. The forts could have been well-maintained. This was my only concern through the trip. The food, stay, and the trek was all well organized, and there was no complaints on that front. I really hope forward to do more fort and/or night treks soon.


Jitendra Khatri

18 February 2016

I had a lot of fun with this trek. The trek was indeed different and unique. After moving to Pune, I kept hearing about fort treks a lot. I was initially not so interested with the idea, but gradually wanted to try. When my friends suggested this, we did try and to my surprise, I did agree with them. Although initially I was sceptical about the trip, this trip did seem to be very interesting and I had a great trek to say the least. Fort treks are double the fun as normal ones and half the tediousness. What else could we ask for?


Bhudev Reddy

17 January 2016

Konkan Diva Fort Trek is by far the best trek that I have ever been. Well, how shall I start? I am a huge fan of trekking and adventure activities. Mostly treks are surrounded by lovely green landscapes or backdrops. However, I always wanted to trek that is either filled with snow or with rustic rocks and this trek falls in the second category. I loved the fact that this trek was simple, moderately challenged, and fun.


Aanandaswarup Chopra

16 October 2015

Fort Treks are fun. I have done them when I was working with an NGO in Jaipur. However, after I moved to Mumbai, I missed those treks or even treks as such. However, when my mom suggested that she read some fort treks in Pune on a magazine, I immediately googled and found this. Without further wait I took this trek immediately. This trek was very exciting,


Devi Guha

17 September 2015

I enjoyed the trekking experience. I had a great time. The fort was gigantic and beautiful. It was totally unique for me as I never even heard of Fort trek. Worth experiencing it.


Ashok Iyer

15 September 2015

This trek is so nice. The biggest positive of this trek is that it is easy and doesn’t require any pro level trek experience. Although good stamina is necessary. A worthy trek.

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