Pune News | Tourists flock to Sinhagad Fort to enjoy natural beauty, local delicacies


Pune : Pune News | Tourists are enjoying monsoon outings at Sinhagad Fort as the hills have a thick green cover. Waterfalls and small streams have been activated. Foggy atmosphere and drizzles have more charm to the scenery. Moreover, tempting kanda bhaji, corn cobs and pithala-bhakri entice them to the popular tourist spot.


The fort associated with Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj’s General Tanaji Malusare is enveloped with thick fog and emerald green forests. Hundreds of people from Pune and surrounding areas are crowding the fort daily. It is 20-30 km away from the city. Hence, it is a preferred destination for many.


Facilities at the fort

*Vehicles can reach at the top

*Entry fees charged by the forest department for two- and four-wheelers

*Big parking area for vehicles at the top of the fort

*PMPML bus service from the city up to the foothills

*Private four-wheeler service from the foothills up to the fort


How to reach

*Private vehicles or PMPML buses can go from Swargate via Sarasbaug, Dandekar Bridge, Sinhagad Road, Khadakwasla dam


*From Katraj via the bypass, Vadgaon Bridge, Sinhagad road



*Subhdar Tanaji Malusare memorial

*Chhatrapti Rajaram Maharaj memorial

*Horse stable

*Devtake (water tank), where water is available throughout the year

*Lord Shiva (Kondhaneshwar) temple

*Tilak bungalow

*Kalyan Darwaza

*Dongiri or Tanaji cliff

*Ammunition depot

*Small natural caves

*Pune Darwaza

*Khand cliff

*Zunzar Buruj


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