Mulshi Lake and Dam

#1 of 23 things to do in Pune

Positioned at a range of approximately 35 km from Pune, Mulshi is an ideal point to hit, primarily during the monsoon period. Nevertheless, this area maintains its amicable and serene atmosphere, even throughout summertime. A perfect spot for admirers of nature, Mulshi Lake and Dam is one of the soundest prospects for a small tour, towards the calmness of universe and its tranquil surroundings, away from the incessantly bustling lives in cities. Camping is one of the most famous ventures at Mulshi Lake and Dam. Facilities such as renting a cabin by the lakeside, camp firing near the lake and lounging in the picturesque elegance of this area are also accessible to the tourists. Formed out of the backwater of Mulshi dam, which is on the River Mula, this lake is girdled by the Sahyadri hills. The steep mountains when coupled by the dense greenery and tranquillity of the lake, formulate a pageant that is appealing and exhilarating. This dam is the principal source of irrigation and electricity generation. Interesting points such as Lavasa, stationed 30 km from Mulshi, an expanse of rich lush panoramas by Lavasa Corporation Limited, is a point is most loved by tourists. 'Tamahini Ghats', Panshet, Nilkantheshwar Temple are some distinct spots that are worth hitting.

Entry timing: 9:00 A.M to 6:00 P.M (Open all weekdays)

No entry fee

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