Baneshwar Shiva Temple
Located in Nasarapur, Baneshwar Shiva Temple is a pleasant and calm place amidst a jungle. It is declared as a small bird sanctuary having many crowned hornbills. Baneshwar is worth visiting for jungle lovers and trekkers as well as for pilgrims.
Scenic View Gunjawani Dam
Gunjwani Dam, is an earthfill and gravity dam on Kanand river near Velhe. This dam has been created for irrigation purpose. Gunjwani dam make a picturesque view for visitors.
Ketkavale Balaji Mandir
A replica of original Tirupati Temple of Tirumalai, Ketkawale Balaji Mandir in Narayanpur is a must visit place. It is worth visiting while you are here at Go Agri Tourism. this temple is a perfect copy of the idol, Sanctorum, wood work, priests are abode of the Lord Venkateswara at Tirumala.
This can be called the most visited place in Pune. The atmosphere at Khadakwasla dam is so remarkable. The chowpatty at Khadakwasla offers variety of chat items which are just yummmmm.
Madhe ghat waterfal
Madhe Ghat is located around 62 km south west of Pune bordering Raigad district. This ghat has numerous waterfalls. Also this has become a famous spot for trekking.
Panshet Dam, also called Tanajisagar Dam, is a dam on the Ambi river. It has become famous after its burst in 1961. This dam has been made for the irrigation and water supply purpose. People visit this dam for sightseeing and picnic.
Formerly known as Murumdev, Rajgad is a hill fort situated in Pune. This fort has a significant value in the aspects of history. This is a fascinating trek for all the trekkers.
The most loved picnic spot for all Punekars is none other than Sinhagad fort. You can go there by vehicle or trek lovers would love to have a trek at Sinhagad, either way is best to visit Sinhagad.
Torna Fort, also known as Prachandagad (huge fort), is a large fort located in Pune district. It is the highest fort in Pune district. The Raigad, Lingana, Rajgad, Purandar fort, Sinhagad are seen from Torna. Trekkers would love this fort because it seems difficult to trek.