Pune 1 Day Tour Packages
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The 2nd largest city in Maharashtra, Pune is a fast-evolving metropolis. It possesses rich culture, history, shopping, nightlife, street food, and amazing attractions. Moreover, its moderate climate with occasional drizzles makes it a popular vacation destination. Get the best experience of Pune by booking our Pune 1 Day Tour Packages.

Pune is a unique blend of traditional charm and modernity. It was formerly the headquarters of the Peshwa dynasty in Maharashtra. The city is also hailed as the Oxford of the East as it houses many prominent educational institutions in the country. Pune also provides amazing recreational opportunities and a variety of sightseeing places. Hence, it has become a popular gateway to unwind and relax.

With a host of thrilling activities to enjoy, Pune 1 Day Tour Packages by Holidays DNA are perfect for all types of travelers. Our packages are combined with personalized cab services by listed cab vendors from Pune. It allows you to comfortably explore the city and spend as much time as you want at each sightseeing spot.

All our 1 Day Pune Tour Packages can be customized to ensure the sightseeing places and activities are as per your interest. You can also include the surrounding areas or book a leisure stay in the city with our Pune tour packages with stay and hotel.

Our team helps customize the Pune 1 Day Tour Packages to ensure you have the best vacation. To enhance your experience they include the best sightseeing places in Pune and ensure you travel with trusted drivers. They ensure you are comfortable and safe throughout the trip.

Top Places to Visit in Pune 1 Day Tour Packages

Some of the places in Pune that you can visit on your 1 day Pune tour package include:

1. Shreemant Dagdusheth Halwai Ganapati Temple
Dagdusheth Ganapati, Pune

Dedicated to Lord Ganesha, Shreemant Dagdusheth Halwai Ganapati Temple is a Hindu shrine. Loved and revered by devotees from all over, it is a 130-year-old temple. It is the embodiment of the deep faith, pride, and honor of the people of Pune.

The two marble statues of the guards, Jay and Vijay will catch your attention at the entrance. The temple has a simple yet attractive architecture. You can see the idol and the proceedings even from outside.

A major highlight of this temple is the 40-kg gold adornment of the Ganesha idol. You can attend the Nitya Puja, Aarti, and Abhisheka to experience the spiritual charm of the temple. The annual Ganesha festivities are celebrated with great vigor at the temple.

2. Mahatma Phule Museum
Mahatma Phule Museum, Pune

Established in 1890, Mahatma Phule Museum offers a wonderful display of various collectibles. You can visit the different sections of the museum like forestry, armory, geology and minerals, engineering and industry, handicrafts and cottage industry, and natural history. The taxidermy collection is also great.

It is a great place to take a look at the rare collection of stuffed animals, products made of ivory and wood, preserved wildlife, agricultural products, and industrial objects. An assortment of metal and clay pots, guns, insects, and swords, is also worth watching. Book lovers can visit the library where you can discover books on museology and ancient technologies.

3. Parvati Hill Temple
Parvati Hill Temple, Pune

Climb 103 steps to reach the ancient black stone temple atop the hillock. Parvati Hill is the highest point of Pune located at a height of 640 meters. It offers panoramic views of the surrounding valleys.

Parvati hill has a history of 250 years. Worshipped by the Peshwa rulers, it was constructed in the mid-17th century. It houses deities like Devi Parvati, Lord Ganesha, Lord Karthikeya, Goddess Rukmini, Devateshwar, Lord Vithhalla, and Lord Vishnu.

The steps are marked by the stonework of the Maratha architectural style. Other attractions include the Parvati Museum, boasting of ancient manuscripts and unique coins, and a water tank.

4. Aga Khan Palace
Aga Khan Palace, Pune

Aga Khan Palace was constructed in 1892, to help the famine hit the people of Maharashtra. Today, it is renowned for the burials of Sarojini Naidu, Kasturba Gandhi, Mahatma Gandhi’s wife and Mahadev Desai, a close associate of Gandhiji. Its historical significance and architectural excellence will entice you.

The monument is set amidst spacious lawns and Italian marble arches. The elegant architecture of the monument and enchanting construction of its five halls will mesmerize you. There are also museums and large spaces for exhibitions.

You can witness the extensive collection of old photographs, pictures, and artifacts associated with Gandhi Ji. Gandhi Memorial Society organizes various events like Martyr’s Day, Republic Day, Independence Day, Gandhi Jayanti, Maha Shivaratri, and Kasturba Gandhi’s death anniversary.

5. Pataleshwar Cave Temple
Pataleshwar Cave Temple, Pune

A prominent heritage site, Pataleshwar Cave Temple is an 8th-century rock-cut Hindu temple of the Raashtrakuta period. Dedicated to the god of the underworld, Pataleshwar, it is a single basalt rock carved shrine. It represents the city’s history and heritage.

The shrine is dedicated to Lord Shiva and Nandi. Several other shrines are dedicated to Lord Rama, Lord Lakshmana, and Goddess Sita. You will love the clean and subtle serene environment.

The architectural mystery, the museums, and the extravagant design are commendable. It has a resemblance to the Elephanta Caves. You can spend some quiet time in a tranquil environment. The tall ancient trees serve as the perfect background for your photographs.

6. Shinde’s Chhatri
Shinde’s Chhatri, Pune

Dedicated to the 18th century Maratha military leader, Mahadji Shinde, Shinde’s Chhatri is one of the significant landmarks and oldest places of Pune. It is reminiscent of Maratha's rule. Built in the Anglo-Rajasthani style, it also follows Vastu Shastra rules.

You can see intricate inscriptions on the walls and ornate pillars of the memorial. It is constructed with yellow sandstone while the sanctum is of black sandstone. On the edge of the roof, there are rock idols.

You will be amazed by the orange and green interior work. Witness the colorful walls with royal chandeliers, spiral staircase, and stained-glass windows. The simple floor has black-and-white geometrical designs.

7. Vishrambaug Wada
Vishrambaug Wada, Pune

Once the luxurious residence of Peshwa Baji Rao II, Vishrambaug Wada is a fine three-storied mansion. Built in the early 19th century, it boasts of a fine entrance and a teak-carved balcony with columns.

In 1880, Vishrambaug Wada was destroyed by fire, however, some of the features have been restored. Some of the wooden pillars, motifs, and windows have even been recreated. The red tiles, sloping roof and courtyard could be retained.

The regal mansion also has a small museum and a handicraft shop with Maratha artifacts. It served as a jail during British rule. Pune Municipal Corporation Office handled its operation between 1930 to 1958.

8. Khadakwasla Dam
Khadakwasla Dam, Pune

Located on the Mutha River, Khadakwasla Dam also houses the Khadakwasla Lake. It is the main source of water for Pune and its surrounding areas. You can have picnics and enjoy the scenic backwaters, especially during the monsoons.

The dam is a very old structure with a serene setting and fresh air. Watch with awe the stream of water running down the cliffs. It is a great location for photography and nature lovers. You can spend time birdwatching. Enjoy hiking amidst the dense green thickets, and the giant canopy of trees. For refreshment, you can try local snacks like roasted groundnuts, corn, and the local delicacy Bhel.

9. Katraj Snake Park
Katraj Snake Park, Pune

Founded in 1988, it is a popular tourist attraction inside the Rajiv Gandhi Zoo. It has an unusual and extensive collection of birds, reptiles, turtles, and of course, snakes. There are more than 22 species of snakes.

The major highlight of the snake park is the 13-feet long king cobra. The Park also organizes awareness programs and snake festivals which clarify your doubts and reduce your fears.

Nag Panchami is a popular festival that is celebrated at the park. It offers an educational experience in a fun and enjoyable manner.

10. National War Museum
National War Museum, Pune

Constructed in 1997, National War Museum commemorates war heroes and martyrs. It is a clean and well-maintained memorial built on sprawling greens. You learn about the stories and sacrifices of the soldiers.

Showcasing the achievements of the Southern Command Wing, the memorial exhibits uniforms and ammunition that depict the transformation of the forces over the years. You can also tour the 4 large galleries with photographs of the Indian army.

In the movie theatre on the premises, you can watch short films about the army and also visit the paintball area. Explore the tanks, military aircraft, a replica of INS Trishul, and a hunk of a MiG-23BN used in the Kargil War. Listening to patriotic songs in the background instills a feeling of love and dedication for the country.

In addition to these, you can visit the Saras Baug to spend some time in the lap of nature. Bund Garden is another vibrant park in the city, ideal for a picnic.

Besides our list of top cab vendors offering Pune 1 Day Tour Packages, we have also created the top list for tour packages from all prominent cities of the country like Delhi 1 day tour packages, Kolkata 1 day tour packages, Mumbai 1 day tour packages, Hyderabad 1 day tour packages, and Chennai 1 day tour packages.

If you want to explore more of Pune on your Pune 1 Day Tour Packages, then you can also visit the nearby places on an exclusive tour to places such as Sinhagad Fort (36 km), Mulshi Lake and Dam (36 km), Rajgad Fort (36 km), Rajmachi Fort (140 km), Rasalgad Fort (91 km), Panshet Dam (30 km), and Torna Fort (37 km).

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