INR 2,000.00
Days: 1


Kasaba Walking Tour Pune/Maharashtra(PUN01)
  • Kasba Ganpati, Nana Wada, Coppersmiths colony, Kasba Market, Lal Mahal, Tulshibaug, Ram Temple,Vishnu Temple (both about 200 years old) Mandai, Burud Ali ( Weavers colony.
  • Tour ends at 1:00Pm & Drop at Hotel

For a fascinating glimpse into the very heart old Pune, is the walking tour.

This tour starts at Shaniwarwada, the seat of the Peshwa rulers. After a brief orientation, we will walk through the city to visit several places of historical and cultural significance. On this tour one can take interesting photographs

 

Kasab means skill. There was a colony of skilled artisans like the weavers, coppersmiths, potters, stone smiths, silversmiths and of course a market.  We visit some artisan colonies on this tour.

This walk tells the story of the Maratha Empire, and its growth under Shivaji and the Peshwas. The area is primarily Hindu, dotted with several temples and wadas (large traditional homes) of historical significance. The old traditions and culture can be seen here. The pace of life is still slow and beautiful in the smaller lanes.

The same neighborhoods also have noisy and colorful (markets) with shops selling everything– fruits, vegetables, spices, baskets, costume jewellery, bags and utensils. People throng to the markets, bargaining for items of everyday use. There are many old and new temples, courtyards where people offer prayers or have a chat with friends. 

 

The tour ends at Vishrambaug Wada, built by the last Peshwa Baji Rao II as a house of leisure. If you’d like to take back a souvenir from the walk, there’s a small shop inside Vishrambaug run by a local NGO, a self help group run by women artists that sells eco-friendly handcrafted garments, ornaments, folders, wooden crafts and bags. 


INR 11,500.00
Days: 3
Night: 2


2 Night 3 days : Ashtavinayak Tour Ex. Pune / Maharashtra(PUN02)
  • Visit Ashtavinayak Temples

Vinayak is another name for Ganesh, the god loved and worshiped by Hindus all over. Lord Ganesh is the protector of his devotees. Eight (Astha) naturally-formed sculpted stone statues have been housed in old temples at the places where these statues were first found. The Ashta Vinayak temples are within the range of 20 to 110 kms of each other.


INR 2,800.00
Days: 1


Full Day City Tour Pune / Maharashtra(PUN03)
  • Visit Agakhan Plance, Shinde Chattri, Pateleshwar Caves, Raja Dinkar Kelkar Museum, Saras Baug, Parvati, Shaniwar Wada, Peshwe Baug, Mahahalaxi Mandir, Dagdu Sheth Ganpati Mandir, Tulsi Baug (Famous for Woman's Shopping), Sinhagad Fort.

Pune, located 170 kms. south of Mumbai has been the cultural capital of Maharashtra, since ages. The city was one of the pivotal basesof the 17th century great Maratha ruler Chhatrapati Shivaji, who was born at the Shivneri Fort here.

Pune became the seat of the enterprising Peshwas, under whom Maratha power rose into a major political force. The Peshwas were renowned patrons of the arts and in their time, enriched the city with temples, gardens and educational institutions.

It was here that Lokmanya Bal Gangadhar Tilak introduced the principle of Swadeshi during the Freedom Movement.

Today Pune is one of the leading metros in India, with the Film and Television Institute of India and National Defence Academy based here. It is fast becoming one of the major hubs of industry and commerce in the country.


INR 1,800.00
Days: 1


Full Day Tour to Jadhav Gadh Fort Ex. Pune(PUN04)
  • Visit Jadhavgarh Fort

'Fort JADHAVGADH' (Built in 1710 by Pillaji Jadhavrao) is the first in a series of Heritage forts scheduled in Maharashtra and the Rest of India. Situated in the beautiful rolling hills located 22 km away from Pune on the old Pune – Satara Road at a height of 2511 ft above sea level Fort Jadhavgadh lies in the heart of the Jadhavwadi – a 25 acre land. The Fort a fine example of Maratha craftsmanship was built by Pillaji Jadhavrao. A man who himself was as strong in mind and body as the stone structure he envisioned to create. The man named Pilaji Jadhavrao - Maratha General in the army of Chatrapati Shahuji, proved his mettle each and every time someone dared to challenge the supremacy of the Maratha ruler.

 


INR 3,750.00
Days: 1


Day Trip To Lavasa, Mulshi Ex. Pune / Maharashtra(PUN05)
  • Visit Lavasa , Mulshi, Varasgaon,Panshet

Lavasa free india's largest hill city is merely within 50 KMs from Pune and located between 2500 - 3000 ft above sea level around the 20km backwaters of the Varasgaon Dam. Though, the entire area is dotted with construction activity today, first phase at Dasve is expected to be complete by 2010 & subsequently, entire project will be ready only by 2021. A very big vision and on such a grand scale!

 

Lavasa will be a planned hill township located on 25000 acres of land (100 sq KMs), which is as big as Paris city in total area and will house 2,00,000 people (permanent residents) and cater to 20,00,000 tourists annually when complete. It will have everything - Water front apartments, Villas, 5-star hotels, economy hotels, restaurants, educational institutions, post graduate education like - executive MBAs, Hotel Management institutes, Golf course, Clubs, spas, adventure sports, shopping malls, landscaped gardens, watersports and many many more.


INR 4,000.00
Days: 1


Temple Tour to Wagholi Peshwa, Alandi, Balaji Temple Ex. Pune / Maharashtra(PUN09.)
  • Visit Wagholi Peshwa, Alandi & Balaji Temple

Pune, located 170 kms. south of Mumbai has been the cultural capital of Maharashtra, since ages. The city was one of the pivotal basesof the 17th century great Maratha ruler Chhatrapati Shivaji, who was born at the Shivneri Fort here.

Pune became the seat of the enterprising Peshwas, under whom Maratha power rose into a major political force. The Peshwas were renowned patrons of the arts and in their time, enriched the city with temples, gardens and educational institutions.

It was here that Lokmanya Bal Gangadhar Tilak introduced the principle of Swadeshi during the Freedom Movement.

Today Pune is one of the leading metros in India, with the Film and Television Institute of India and National Defence Academy based here. It is fast becoming one of the major hubs of industry and commerce in the country.


INR 4,200.00
Days: 1


Day Trip to Buddhist Caves Karla -Bhaje Ex. Pune / Maharashtra(PUN08)
  • Visit Visit Karla and Bhaja Caves & Visit Ekveera Temple at Karla

These are among the oldest caves in India and date back all the way to 160 B.C To get to Karla you have to take a 12km drive along the highway towards Pune and turn left a little after passing MTDC's Holiday home and then drive further 3km down a narrow road. Regular S.T bus services are available. From the base it is a stiff 600 feet climb to the top and it is recommended that adequate water is carried along by you. The principal cave is the largest Chaitya among Buddhist cave in the country, Being 15meters wide and 16 meters high. The most remarkable feature of the cave is its arched roof supported by wooden beams which have astonishingly survived the onslaught of elements for more than 2,000 years. The Wooden Umbrella above the Chaitya is unique in the Buddhist caves around the world. There is absolutely no sign of any corrosion. It is the finest example of the kind perhaps in the world. At the entrance of the principal cave is the temple of Goddess Ekvira visited by thousands of devotees from the coastal region around Mumbai during the annual fair falling in April (chaitra) and also during Navratri. Ekvira temple is on the right side of the main cave while at the left side is a lofty column with three lions on its top.


INR 3,750.00
Days: 1


Day Trip To Varasgaon - Panshet Ex. Pune / Maharashtra(PUN06)
  • Visit  Varasgaon - Panshet

Pune, located 170 kms. south of Mumbai has been the cultural capital of Maharashtra, since ages. The city was one of the pivotal basesof the 17th century great Maratha ruler Chhatrapati Shivaji, who was born at the Shivneri Fort here.

Pune became the seat of the enterprising Peshwas, under whom Maratha power rose into a major political force. The Peshwas were renowned patrons of the arts and in their time, enriched the city with temples, gardens and educational institutions.

It was here that Lokmanya Bal Gangadhar Tilak introduced the principle of Swadeshi during the Freedom Movement.

Today Pune is one of the leading metros in India, with the Film and Television Institute of India and National Defence Academy based here. It is fast becoming one of the major hubs of industry and commerce in the country.


INR 30,900.00
Days: 3
Night: 2


2 Night 3 Days Shirdi Package - Ex. Pune/ Maharashtra(PUN07)

Visit Shirdi & Nashik

Package with Hotel + Car

The Mandir is built with stones and Baba's Shree Sai BabaSamadhi is built with white marble stones. A railing is built in marble around the Samadhi and is full of ornamental decorations. In front of the Samadhi are two silver pillars full of decorative designs. Just behind the Samadhi is Sai Baba's marvelous statue made of Italian marble which shows him seated on a throne. This idol was made by late Balaji Vasant. The routine of the temple starts at 5 o'clock in the morning with Bhoopali, a morning song, and closes at 10 o'clock in the night after Shejarati is sung. Only on three occasions the temple is kept open overnight. ie. On Gurupoornima, Dassera, and Ramnavami. Every Thursday and on each festival, a palkhi with Baba's photo is taken out from the temple.


 


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