1 Day Mumbai to Pune Tour Package

12 Hours

If you are looking for a short and sweet getaway from Mumbai, then Pune is the perfect destination for you. You can enjoy the best of both cities with our Mumbai to Pune tour package, which covers all the major attractions and activities in and around Pune. You can visit the famous Chaturshringi Temple, Shinde Chhatri, Aga Khan Palace, Shaniwar Wada, Raja Parvati Hill and Pataleshwar Temple in Pune. You can also explore the scenic hill stations of Lonavala and Khandala, which are famous for their waterfalls, caves and lakes. You can also indulge in some adventure sports like trekking, camping and paragliding at these places.

Our Mumbai to Pune tour package is designed to suit your budget and preferences. You can choose from various options of transportation and sightseeing. You can also customize your itinerary according to your interests and time availability. Our tour package includes all the necessary services like pick-up and drop-off, guide, entry fees and taxes. You can also avail some special discounts and offers on booking with us.

So what are you waiting for? Book your Mumbai to Pune tour package today and get ready to experience the cultural and natural wonders of Maharashtra.

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Overview of Mumbai to Pune tour Package

Experience the Mumbai to Pune tour package, where an array of captivating destinations awaits you. Get ready to explore remarkable landmarks, temples, palaces, hills, and caves as you embark on this unforgettable journey through Maharashtra.

  1. Chaturshrungi Temple: Situated on a picturesque hill, this revered temple dedicated to the goddess Chaturshrungi mesmerizes visitors with its stunning architecture and serene ambiance.
  2. Shinde Chhatri: Marvel at the architectural marvel of Shinde Chhatri, a grand memorial honoring the 18th-century military leader, Mahadji Shinde. Its blend of Maratha and Rajasthani styles will leave you awe-inspired.
  3. Aga Khan Palace: Delve into history at Aga Khan Palace, a significant monument from the British era. Once a prison for freedom fighters, it now stands as a memorial and museum, showcasing artifacts and photographs related to India’s struggle for independence.
  4. Shaniwar Wada: Step back in time at Shaniwar Wada, an impressive fortification that served as the seat of the Peshwa rulers. Admire its architectural brilliance, lush gardens, courtyards, and intricate carvings.
  5. Shrimant Dagadu Shet Halavai Ganesh Temple: Seek spiritual solace at this revered temple dedicated to Lord Ganesh. Immerse yourself in the intricate wooden carvings and tranquil atmosphere of this sacred place.
  6. Parvati Hill: Ascend Parvati Hill to witness breathtaking panoramic views of Pune’s skyline. At its summit, discover Parvati Temple, a complex of shrines and a museum displaying ancient artifacts.
  7. Pataleshwar Caves: Explore the ancient rock-cut Pataleshwar Caves, a temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. These intricately carved caves, dating back to the 8th century, offer a glimpse into Pune’s rich heritage.

Unveil the cultural tapestry, delve into historical treasures, and bask in the natural beauty of these captivating destinations on the Mumbai to Pune tour. Each stop on this itinerary will leave you spellbound, creating lasting memories of Maharashtra’s grandeur and charm.

Highlights of Mumbai to Pune Tour Package

  • Duration: 12 Hr.
  • Experienced Cab Drivers
  • AC Cab
  • Pickup & Drop From Home / Hotel From Mumbai

Itinerary of Mumbai to Pune tour Package

Chaturshrungi Temple,

Shinde Chhatri,

Aga Khan Palace,

Shaniwar Wada,

Shrimant Dagadu Shet Halavai Ganesh Temple,

Parvati Hill,

Pataleshwar Caves


Including Package

  • Pick-Up And Drop From Hotel / Home
  • Selected Cab Charges.
  • Driver Charges.
  • 12 Hr. Duration

Excluding Package

  • Multiple Pickup And Drop.
  • Toll Charges.
  • Parking Charges.
  • Accommodation.
  • Food (Lunch, Breakfast, or any Food.)
  • Entry Fee. (Some Places Charge Entry Fee.
  • Extra Time
Where to go in Pune for one day trip?

Most visiting places Chaturshrungi Temple, Shinde Chhatri, Aga Khan Palace, Shaniwar Wada, Shrimant Dagadu Shet Halavai Ganesh Temple, Parvati Hill, Pataleshwar Caves

For which Pune is famous?

Pune is famous for its rich historical and cultural heritage, being the former capital of the Maratha Empire. It is renowned for its educational institutions, earning the title of the “Oxford of the East.” The city is a major IT and technology hub, home to numerous software companies and research institutions. Pune’s automotive and manufacturing industry is also prominent. The Osho International Meditation Resort attracts spiritual seekers from around the world.
Pune’s vibrant festivals, diverse culinary scene, pleasant climate, and sports culture add to its fame. The city strikes a balance between tradition and modernity, making it a dynamic and sought-after destination.

What is famous food of Pune?

Pune is renowned for its vibrant food culture, offering a diverse range of culinary delights. Here are some famous foods that Pune is known for:

Vada Pav: Pune’s version of the iconic Indian street food, Vada Pav, is a must-try. It consists of a spicy potato fritter (vada) sandwiched between a bun (pav) and is often served with chutneys.

Bhel Puri: A popular street snack, Bhel Puri is a delightful mixture of puffed rice, chopped vegetables, tangy chutneys, and spices. It is a perfect blend of sweet, sour, and spicy flavors.

Mastani: Pune’s signature dessert, Mastani, is a thick milkshake topped with ice cream and various indulgent toppings. It comes in a variety of flavors and is a favorite among locals and visitors alike.

Puneri Misal: This spicier version of Misal Pav is a specialty of Pune. It features a fiery curry made with sprouted lentils, topped with farsan, chopped onions, coriander, and served with bread rolls.

Puran Poli: A sweet flatbread stuffed with a delicious filling of jaggery and lentils, Puran Poli is a popular festive and special occasion sweet in Pune.

Pithla Bhakri: A traditional Maharashtrian dish, Pithla is a thick gram flour curry, typically enjoyed with Bhakri (a type of flatbread made from millet or wheat). It is a simple yet flavorful dish.

Baakarwadi: Baakarwadi is a savory snack with a spiral shape, made of a spiced mixture of gram flour, spices, and sesame seeds. It is deep-fried to perfection and has a crunchy texture.

Maharashtrian Thali: Pune offers a delightful Maharashtrian thali, a wholesome meal that showcases a variety of traditional dishes like varan (dal), bhaji (vegetable curry), chapati, rice, and more.

These are just a few examples of the famous food you can savor in Pune. The city’s culinary scene is diverse, ranging from street food delights to traditional Maharashtrian delicacies, ensuring a delightful gastronomic experience for every food lover.

Which month is best for Pune?

The best time to visit Pune is during the winter months of October to February. The weather during this time is pleasant and comfortable, making it ideal for exploring the city’s attractions. The monsoon season (June to September) is also enjoyable for those who enjoy the lush greenery and occasional drizzles.

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