Pune is known as IT hub of Maharashtra. But when it comes to monsoon there is no place like Pune. Pune is the city covered with greenery and surrounded with hills and ghats. Pune has lots of places in and around the city to visit and experience the monsoon like Lonavala, Khandala and Matheran.
Whenever you feel bored of your busy life in Monsoon, just hop into the places where you can leave all your worries, and enjoy and experience the nature’s beauty.
So, Let’s check out the Awesome Must Visit Places Near Pune In Monsoon.
Sinhgadh Fort has a great history of Maratha Warrior Tanaji Malusare. Though the fort is not in good condition. Sinhgadh fort is located on Sahyadri Mountains. It is one of the best places to visit in monsoon. If you want to feel the cool breeze and shower then Sinhgadh is the place you must visit.
Distance from Pune – 37 Km.
Lonavala and Khandala
Lonavala and Khandala are the first choice for the youngster to visit in Monsoon. The twin hill stations situated on Sahyadri Mountains between Mumbai and Pune. You can visit places like Bhushi Dam, Lion Point and can have a tour of the wax museum also, where you can see wax statues of well-known personalities. Lonavala is also famous for its Chikki and Sweet Candy.
Distance from Pune – 68 Km.
Matheran is also known as Queen of Hills. To reach hill station you need to travel by Toy Train or by horse to reach Matheran Hill Station because vehicles are not allowed there. You will get to know why it called as Queen Of Hills once you start to explore the place. You can experience the sweet chirping of birds. Matheran is a must on your Bucket list of places to visit in Monsoon.
Distance from Pune – 124 Km.
Mahabaleshwar And Panchgani
Mahabaleshwar is the well-known hill station of Maharashtra. It receives the highest rainfall in Maharashtra. It is also known for the production of Strawberry and Jam. Another hill station called Panchgani is 20 Km far from Mahabaleshwar. Though Panchgani is only 20 Km away from Mahabaleshwar, it receives less rainfall than Mahabaleshwar. Panchgani has a spot called Table Lamp which is one of the largest mountain plateau in Asia. If you love driving, then you must take a road trip to this place, you will have a mesmerizing experience
Distance from Pune – 127 Km.
Tamhini Ghat is one of the favorite places for Trekkers. It’s the door for Western Coastal Line from Pune. It is the place which you must visit in Monsoon. You can experience loads of waterfalls and the mesmerizing beauty of Sahyadri Mountains.
Distance from Pune – 53 Km.
Lavasa is a planned City which is located at Mose Valley of Western Ghat. It is surrounded by hills and Lake. It’s becoming the favorite picnic spot for youngster nowadays.
Distance from Pune – 59 km.
Bhimashankar is one of the Jyotirlinga from 12 Jyotirlinga Temples. Though it is a religious place which is surrounded by hills and covered with greenery one can not stop himself/herself to explore the nature’s beauty. We can see lots of squirrels playing around at this place.
Distance From Pune – 127 Km.