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P4, Rajiv Gandhi Infotech Park, Ph-I, Hinjawadi, Pune
Maharashtra - 411057, India
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Distance From-

  • Domestic airport 25 kms (approximately 55 minutes)
  • Mumbai airport 198 kms (approximately 2 hours 45 minutes)
  • Railway station 21 kms (approximately 40 minutes)

Please note: Rush hour traffic can increase travel time significantly.

Osho International Meditation Resort

Relaxation is just around the corner at Osho International Meditation Resort in Pune. Situated in the residential section of Pune Koregaon Park, this 40-acre oasis is the place to come to commune with nature. 


Built in 1732, Shaniwarwada was originally designed as the residence of the Peshwas. Since a fire gutted the former seven-story mansion, all that remains are the fortification walls with five gateways and nine bastions that enclosed the structure. 

Raja Dinkar Kelkar Museum

Padmashree Dr. D.G. Kelkar created this Pune museum in honor of his son Raja who died tragically at an early age. Enjoy this unique collection of more than 20,000 priceless artifacts, which reflect everyday life in India.

Aga Khan Palace

Surrounded by an extensive garden, Aga Khan Palace was built in 1892. A national monument of India's freedom movement, the palace was where Mahatma Gandhi stayed during the Quit India Movement. Ninety years after it was constructed, the palace was used during the filming of the movie "Gandhi." 

Pataleshwar Caves

Dating back to the 8th century, Pataleshwar Caves is a religious shrine that features statues of Nandi, Ram, Lakshman, and Ganesh. There's also a museum with a most unusual exhibit: a grain of rice engraved with 5,000 characters. You can look it up in the Guinness Book of World Records. 

Tribal Museum

Learn all about the life of the Maharashtrian Tribal Communities at the Tribal Museum in Pune near the Don Bosco Bridge. Photographs and artifacts abound and you're bound to find the life and customs of this very unique people fascinating.   

Panshet Dam

In addition to supplying drinking water to Pune, Panshet Dam serves as a picnic area for locals, especially during the monsoon season. A newly-constructed water sports complex is here, making it the perfect spot for speed-boats, water-scooters, and pedal boats. 

Katraj Snake Park

Snakes and other reptiles, such as crocodiles, reside at Pune's Katraj Snake Park. A library displays photos and information for those who are interested in learning more about these creatures. There is also a zoo, which is very popular with families with small children. 

Visapur Fort

A hill fort that's part of the Lohagad-Visapur fortification, Visapur Fort is known for its caves, decorated arch, cisterns of water and two ancient houses, which are believed to be former government offices. Other structures include several temples dedicated to Hanuman, the patron deity of the fort. 

Krishnai Water Park

Big-time water adventures are the big draw at Krishnai Water Park in Pune's Sinhagad foothills. Rides are many and include the Cyclone, Lazy River, Octopus, Pendulum, and Rocking Rain Dance. There's also a wave pool, multi-lane slides, and a dip pool for adults. Savor great meals at the onsite restaurant.