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5 Awesome Places To Visit Around Pune In Monsoon

August 2019

From bringing out the adventure streak in you to letting you bask in the bountiful beauty of nature at your own leisure, there’s so much that you can indulge in during monsoons. Let’s take a look at some of the best places you can visit around Pune to rejoice in the rains.

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Trees swaying in the cool breeze, beads of water trickling down your face, and the lush greens that are a treat for sore eyes, monsoons surely give you moments that you cherish for a lifetime. It’s no surprise then that you would want to make the most of the rains and create memories. Do you wonder then what it would be like to own a place that’s amidst gushing waterfalls and lush greens hills? You surely are in for a great opportunity because Royal Purandar helps you relive your memories and create new ones too with N.A. plots near Pune for sale so you can enjoy the rainy season just the way it should be. Furthermore, if you are a resident of Pune, there are many more places and spots around Pune that bring out the best of monsoon for you.

From bringing out the adventure streak in you to letting you bask in the bountiful beauty of nature at your own leisure, there’s so much that you can indulge in during monsoons. Let’s take a look at some of the best places you can visit around Pune to rejoice in the rains.

  • Katraj- Sinhagad Trek Probably the closest place to visit, the trek from Katraj to Sinhagad is quite popular during the rains. Navigating your way through the scenic mountains to reach the famous Sinhagad Fort tests one’s physical fitness, stamina and endurance but if you are inclined towards adventure sports and activities, this climb won’t seem that steep.
  • Malshej Ghat- Lofty mountains, lush green surroundings and cascading waterfalls, this is a scenic beauty taken straight out of a postcard. Just a mere 130 km from Pune, you pass through some breathtaking views as you drive along the Western Ghats to reach there. You can make a picnic out of it or get your adrenaline pumping with the climb towards the top - either way, you can make it a day to remember.
  • Tamhini Ghat -A popular destination for adventure-seeking enthusiasts, Tamhini is just 40 km from Pune on the crest of the Western Ghat mountain range. As you enter the dense forest, you will see the mountains carpeted by a layer of green and gushing waterfalls which will make you fall in love with the rains.
  • Rajmachi Fort -One place that’s at the top of everyone’s list of places to visit in monsoon, Rajmachi Fort is situated between the rugged hills of Sahyadri and is a popular place for travellers, trekkers, campers and nature-lovers alike. Just 75 km from Pune, you can either make a day or a weekend out of it. Pollution-free and peaceful, it is the perfect monsoon getaway.
  • Purandar Fort-Clouds descending upon the lush green hills and streaming waterfalls giving the entire landscape an aesthetic feel, Purandar Fort, which is about 50 km from Pune, is nestled in nature’s bounty. A great place to visit during monsoons, and especially if you’re living at Royal Purandar, it will be a retreat that makes you feel energised and relaxed at the same time.

If you love nature and are willing to be surrounded by its splendour, there’s no place else like Royal Purandar. The residences here serve nature on a platter with an abundance of lifestyle experiences for your leisure and recreation along with some adventure activities for those who love that side of nature too.