Sinhagad (the ‘Lion’s Fort’), sitting majestically in the Bhuleshwar region of the Sahyadri Mountains, is on every Punekar’s must-visit list.
With the lockdown restrictions being eased, travel becoming a little less limiting you may finally be able to step for a breath of fresh air. But remember, #SafetyFirst always. In any case, you don’t want to travel far with things not exactly normal yet. Fear not! Us Punekars have been blessed with an abundance of […]
Now that the rains have subsided, it’s the perfect time to get on your bikes or in your cars and take off on some of the most scenic routes around Pune while everything is still green!
With monsoon’s arrival in Pune, we’re all busy making weekend plans. This beautiful season calls for weekend getaways with the entire family, and waterfalls are the perfect spots to laze around while marvelling at the beauty of mother nature.
One of the best things about Pune city includes its amazing surroundings! Rivers, lakes, beaches, mountains, you name it and it’s not more than a few hours away!
Pune is surrounded by a plethora of options for nature and adventure lovers. If you’re up for a drive (or a bike-ride, real Punekar style), then you’ll be spoilt for choice with mountains, forests, beaches and picturesque lakes and dams!
Pune! We’re bang in the middle of the peak summer month and maybe we escaped the city for some cool serenity. Everything is just too exhausting and congested, so why not plan a quick weekend getaway, right?
Blessed enough to have so many spots for a quick getaway, Pune is that one metropolitan city which really does have it all.
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How could I even begin to explain the ever-gorgeous, evergreen Tamhini Ghat, which sits on my regular travel route between Pune and Mumbai and I almost never cared to notice?