15 Off Season Destinations Around Pune in Summer

Summers begin from late February or early March to mid July, Pune becomes very hot in summer months and slightly cold during the night because of east flowing winds. The city has much to offer even during the offbeat summer season, Take a look into these exciting destinations around Pune that offer nature, history,sea and Lavasa.

Beaches

Diveagar-beach- destination

The city of Pune has lot more to see and discover within 200km of distance,Pune is surrounded by mountains but also has some of the mesmerising seaside destinations like Pristine beaches near Pune are Tarkarli Beach,Mandwa Beach,Ganpatipule Beach and Dapoli Beach.

  • Kashid – 172 Kilometers
  • Diveagar – 163 Kilometers
  • Alibaug – 143 Kilometers

Forts

Purandar-Fort -range

Sahyadri ranges around Pune has many historical forts and fortifications, especially appealing to hikers and trekkers during monsoon. These amazing places are paradise for adventure lovers and hikers.

  • Purandar – 60 Kilometers
  • Sinhagad – 50 Kilometers
  • Lohagad – 70 Kilometers

Dams

Khadakwasla- Dam-Pune

Pune district has list of big and small dams khadakwasla, Varasgaon, demghar and panshet. These dams are best picnic spots in Pune for 1 one day outing.

  • Mulshi – 44 Kilometers
  • Panshet – 40 Kilometers
  • Varasgaon – 62 Kilometers

Lakes

Lavasa-Hill-City

Pune has many hills stations and lakes near by with scenic landscapes on Deccan Plateau and the Konkan Plains. If you are looking for beautiful lake side getaways, here is a list of best lakes near Pune.

  • Lake Lavasa – 50 Kilometers
  • Arthur Lake, Bhandardara – 170 Kilometers
  • Venna Lake, Mahabaleshwar  – 110 Kilometers

Amusement Theme and Water Parks

Amusement and Theme Parks are one of the best place to visit during the summer in Pune, the city has list of popular Amusement Parks around such as Sentosa Resorts,Diamond Water Park and Krishnai Water Park.

  • Aqua Imagica – 90 Kilometers
  • Sentosa Resorts – 22 Kilometers
  • Krishnai Water Park – 25 Kilometers