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Abhiruchi Village cum Resort

Abhiruchi Resort is about 520 kms away from Mumbai on the coast of Maharashtra in Malvan. The major attraction here is the long and narrow stretch of beaches, with its pristine water.
On a clear day, you can see the sea bed through a depth of 20 ft., Malvan has the advantage of being located as an ideal rest place for leisure and to plan a perfect business cum pleasure holiday.

Address : Bhide Baug, Sinhagad Road, Vadgaon-Budruk, Pune

Bedse Caves

Bedse caves would complete the trio of Buddhist caves around Lonavala and Kamshet along with Karla Caves and Bhaja caves. But the bedse caves relatively lesser known to the touristy crowd and gets much lesser visitors than the other two. This was actually a good reason for me to go and visit this place. This is one of the best reasons to visit this place and get the feel of the peace and serenity which is the character of this beautiful location. These caves are located 40 km from Pune to the Bedse Village followed by a thirty minute walk from the village. In fact, the hike to the caves can be considered to be quite pleasant and relaxing feels like walking amidst nature.

Address : Maval Taluka, Pune Dist, Near Khamshet, Pune

Bhatghar Dam

Bhatghar Dam is located about 40 Km from Pune in Bhor. The dam is built on the Yelwanti River and is a gravity dam. Bhor was a princely state during the time of British India. Today the city is located among the beautiful Western Ghats and falls under the Pune District of Maharashtra. The city is located midway between Satara and Pune and falls on NH 4. Bhatghar Dam is located near Bhor close to the village of Narhe. The dam has served as the shooting site of several Bollywood and Marathi movies. Bhatghar Dam can be reached easily by road. There are buses available from Pune or visitors can also take taxis or book car rentals to reach Bhatghar Dam. Bhatghar Dam has a height of 57.92 m and is 1625 m long. The dam was built in 1927 and was built for generating electricity and for irrigation purposes. The dam makes an excellent short trip from Pune and is a wonderful destination for families and couples to enjoy. The area features amazing scenic beauty and is quite peaceful to relax and enjoy.

Address : Bhor, Pune

Bund Garden

The Bund Garden is one of the most well-known parks among the gardens of Pune. The Bund Garden is located at a distance of 2 kilometers from the Pune Railway Station. It was built on the instructions of Sir Jamshedji Jeejeebhoy. Situated on the right bank of the Mula- Mutha Rivers, the Bund Garden is a welcome retreat during the season of winters, when a host of migratory birds take refuge here from the extreme cold elsewhere. A few years ago, an aesthetically designed jogging track was added at a very close distance from the garden, which contributed much in enhancing its popularity with local residents and chance visitors and tourists.

Address : Sangamvadi, Pune.

Chokhi Dhani Ethnic Village Resort

The Chokhi Dhani Village Pune is part of the largest chain of ethnic village entertainment that combines rajasthani theme restaurant. A franchisee of the Jaipur based Chokhi Dhani, the Goel Ganga Group brings to the rich culture of Pune, a glimpse of Rajasthan?s cultural heritage via Chokhi Dhani Village, Pune. Spread over 18 acres, the Chokhi Dhani Village, Pune, is located off the leading Pune ? Ahmednagar highway. The Chokhi Dhani Village in Pune is designed to give an authentic rajasthani experience to today?s tech-savvy and stressed out IT executives as well as the senior citizens alike. The Chokhi Dhani Village entertainment is a mix of rich folk entertainment, flavorsome rajasthani cuisine, and ethnic village life ambience.

Address :Pune-Nagar Highway, Wagholi, Pune

Khadakwasla Dam Picnic Spot

20km away from Pune, Khadakwasla Dam is one of the most preferred picnic spots near Pune. Away from the hustle bustle of the city this place offers you solitude, scope to spend some tranquil moments with your closed ones. Khadakwasla is a village famous for a dam which is the main source of water supply for the city of Pune.

Address : Kudje Khadakwasla Link Road, Khadakwasla, Pune.

Khandala Hill Station

Khandala is a beautiful hill station in the state of Maharashtra. The hill station has magnificent natural landscape, green grassy hills, lustrous valleys and lakes. It is the pride of Sahyadri Mountains. Located at an altitude of 625 m, Khandala is definitely a popular and trendy destination. People from Mumbai and Pune often visit this place as it is in close proximity with these cities. Khandala is the twin hill station of Lonavala, which is another exotic location, just 5 km away from Khandala. The hill station has a pleasant climate, with mild summer and cool winter. In Monsoon season when it rains, the surroundings look green and fresh, which allures lots of tourists throughout the year.

Address : Mumbai-Pune Expressway (Highway), Pune

Plezar Point Water Park

Plezar Point near Panshet dam is one of the most famous one day picnic spots in Pune. It’s a family water park with lots of artificial entertainment facilities. People from Pune look at Plezar Point as an excellent weekend getaway and the place pulls tourists from all across the world throughout the year. The common hubbub of city life full of humdrum hurries and worries makes your lungs tired and your minds weary. You do need a change from your daily routine which you seek at such picnic places and let me tell you, Plezar Point does offer you a chance to rejuvenate yourself and get back to your daily routine with redoubled vigor and vitality.

Address : Family Water Park Complex, Ambiphata, Panshet, Pune.

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