Explore Pune Tour Packages

Pune is the most underrated yet classic city to visit at least once in a lifetime. Nestled in the Maharashtrian metropolis, Pune is also known for being one of the places that has ranked first in ‘city with ease of living’, Apart from that, Pune is the Oxford of the East where a variety of cultures and traditional tapestry joins hands. 

Proliferating, it is also a place that blends traditional backdrops with modern-day chaos, perfectly balanced between colonial influence and nature’s capital. Pune houses some of the ancient Hindu temples in India and is considered the most preserved city, the cultural capital of Maharashtra. 

Pune has been the commercialised facet of Maharashtra since those historical times when it was known as Poona (from where the Maratha Empire originated and played a crucial and prominent role in the freedom journey of our country. Another part of Pune that's well known throughout the world is the Osho Ashram where you can see people fly to from different parts of the globe. Other than this, the intricately designed and architectural masterpieces of ancient temples, palaces, and forts, like Shaniwar Wada Palace, the Aga Khan Palace and so on are known for their luxury and royalty. 

These tour packages of Pune are specially curated to give you the grandeur of Marathas and get a watchful experience of Sahyadri mountain, the Bhuleshwar Ranges for Sinhagad Fort and the tranquillity of mountains, cliffs, etc. If you can get this much with just a single Pune tour package from Xenium Holidays, then what are you waiting for? 

Book your best Pune tour package with Xenium Holidays right away and get the best deal on your weekend Pune tour packages. 

Famous Places To Visit in Pune

No wonder Pune is especially known for its glorious nightlife and architectural beauty, it also gives the best sightseeing experience with a well-curated adventurous tour package to Pune. Or if there's a chance you are planning to travel to Pune with your friends, we have the best Pune group tour packages, which will give you the beautiful travelling experience of Pune. We have curated a list of the best places to visit in Pune, so before booking your Pune tour package, go through the list of famous places in Pune to visit:- 

Shaniwar Wada 

This is one of the most glorious infrastructures of Pune which is known to be a mansion of princes and princesses. This Palace was built for the Peshwas of the Maratha Empire in 1730 AD by Peshwa Bajirao. This architectural masterpiece shines in and out to date, showing the perfect blend of royalty and elegance in one place. You can also visit Lal Mahal in which Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj spent his childhood. 

Aga Khan Palace 

The one and only, Aga Khan Palace is not only known for its excellent architecture but also for its historical tapestry of the invasion of Islamic rulers. You can also get a watchful experience of now turning to the headquarters of Gandhi National Memorial Society which has spread across a 19-acre land area. What's the weaving of khadi textile being the prime focus here? 

Sinhagad Fort 

Located on the top of the Bhuleshwar ranges of Sahyadri mountain peaks in Pune, Sinhagad Fort has the meaning of the fort of the lion. Depicting the beautiful cultural and historical tapestry, and boasting a rich travelling experience, the fort is a gem of its kind. This is believed to be captured and invaded by the Mughal rulers and the Marathas took charge of the fort afterwards. Trekking and adventure enthusiasts find it the most adorned yet classical place to visit in Pune. 

Dagdusheth Halwai Ganpati temple 

This beautiful incarnated temple is dedicated to Lord Ganesha or Ganpati Ji, a 2.2 m high and 1 m wide statue of Lord Ganesha has been kept and there are approximately 40 kilos of gold adorned on the statue. 

Sahyadri Hills 

Take a visit to the Mulshi dam, Koraigarh Fort, Rajmachi Fort, and the Shangarh Fort or the hills of Sahyadri making it a perfect weekend gateway of Pune for adventure and trekking enthusiasts. 

Parvati Hill Temple 

Parvati Hill Temple is the private Temple spot of the Maratha Peshwa Balaji Bajirao which was constructed around the 17th century. It has 108 steep steps on the crossing where we can watch the beautiful hillocks covered by the magnificent views of the Pune city. 

Pataleshwar cave temple 

This temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva constructed somewhere before the 8th century which makes it one of the ancient Lord Shiva temples in India. The mandapa dedicated to Nandi and the stone pillars are the architectural masterpieces of this site. 

Museums in Pune 

Visit the National War Museum, Mahatma Phule Museum, Raja Dinkar Kelkar Museum, and more while visiting Pune.

Sri Balaji Temple 

This beautifully crafted Temple is a replica of the sacred Venkateshwara Temple in Tirumala, Tirupati where you can experience the religious activities and Pooja rituals inside the sanctum sanctorum of the deity. 

Rajgad Trekking trails 

Starting from Gunjavane village in Pune, the Rajgad trek takes you to the Rajgad Fort at its end. This trekking trail is famous among intermediate trekking enthusiasts and trekkers which takes them across lush green thrill. 

Rajiv Gandhi Zoological Park 

This Zoological Park is located amid an expansion of approximately 130 acres attracting tourists from all over the country. Most of the time people spend their vacations and have this spot for their picnic. 

Torna Fort

Prachandagad or the Torna Fort is known all across Pune and India for its gigantic and lavish size, which is a place of a gem kind. Locals believe this is a place none other than the ruins but little less do they know that the fort is still erected being the tallest fort which announces the testimony of battles, wars, valours, and the era bygone for today. 

How Can I Reach Pune?

As suggested by the title, we're here to help you navigate the way through your city to Pune. How you will be able to reach Pune will depend on the region of the country that you are coming from. Somehow we will give you the footprint to follow while travelling to Pune, read on to know more:-

By airways 

New Pune International Airport accesses domestic and international flights which are operational from different regions of India mainly metro cities such as New Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Kolkata, Patna etc. The distance between New Pune International Airport to Pune city is 34 km which you can reach by taking a cab or local transport. 

By roadways

The roadways network is connected to Pune from Mumbai covering a distance of 150 km by highly maintained highways and stateways. You can also take a public bus or intercity/inter-state bus from any nearby city such as Mumbai, Nashik, Udaipur, Indore, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, etc. 

By railways 

The most accessible and majorly operational railway station is Pune junction which will have inter-state trains from major cities of India such as Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Gujarat, etc. 

When Should I Visit Pune?

As a generic opinion, there is no specific time to visit Pune, as this city has a forever magnificence that attracts travellers from all across the world. However, there must be convenience and comfort while you travel to Pune so we are listing some of the best months to visit Pune:- 

October to March:-

This is the season of winter in which Pune is covered with cold weather and a pleasant vibe of mother nature. Magnificent weather from October to March is considered to be the (most preferable and adorning) best season to visit Pune. The moderation in weather remains equally nice making it easy to wander from one place to the other. You can also get to experience the festivities of Marathi culture during this time, some of which conclude as the Sawai Gandharva music festival in December and the classical music and dance festival which goes on for straight 3 days in Pune. 

July to September 

These months of the year are generally monsoon seasons when nature relishes its original beauty. Although it's always fascinating to visit natural places like Pune in monsoon, the reason is the weather clogs open due to heavy rain. But the savage system of Pune is another pain in the list which should not be ignored. Specially for the travellers who want to visit Pune in monsoon seasons, they should be ready for some of the unpredictable rainfalls making it uneasy to travel to major places of Pune. The catch here is- you can experience the Sarvajanik Ganeshotsav in this season only. 

March to June

From March to June Pune is on a heatwave or very hot, temperatures and daytime fluctuates between 35 degrees Celsius to 52 degrees Celsius. However, if you visit Pune in the summer season, there are chances that you will get sick because most people cannot abide the heat stroke especially those who come from a non-tropical climate.


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