Panchgani is among the most popular hill towns and tourist destinations of Maharashtra situated in the Satara district. It also boasts some of the most prestigious educational institutes in the country. This hill station is located among the 5 beautiful hills of the Sahyadri ranges and is made more picturesque by the River Krishna that flows nearby. If you are looking for camping near Pune and Mumbai Panchgani is best adventure place for this.
Panchgani is also renowned far and wide for strawberry farming. This hill station is the famous weekend getaway for all those who want to take a break from their hectic city life. There are many places to visit in Panchgani including Table Land, Devil’s kitchen, Sydney Point and Dhom dam. Because of the many adventurous things to do in Panchgani, it attracts lots of camping lovers from every corner of the nation in almost every season. Besides camping, these places in Panchgani offer great hiking, trekking, and mountaineering opportunities.
Panchgani is one of the most sought-after destinations for camping near Pune and Mumbai and can be reached in just 2 hours from Pune and in 4 hours from Mumbai. You can enjoy camping in the various pollution free places. Every traveler from around the world can land and enjoy the various adventures in Panchgani along with camping. These include trekking, rock climbing, nearby day hikes, biking, rafting and different others.
It’s the weather that works best here in Panchgani. You can plan a camping trip to Panchgani even during the summers and enjoy the cool mountain breeze in the evenings. The winters are colder and you will just enjoy the vistas offered by surrounding mountains. Camping in Panchgani is a perfect short break throughout the year, whether planning with family or friends.
If you are planning for trekking and camping near Pune or Mumbai then Rathore Adventure can arrange for an astounding camping trip for you in Panchgani. We will make sure that you can spend some leisure time away from the city’s hustle and bustle amidst nature, and appreciate the joys of the outdoors.
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