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Pawna Lake

This lake at a very close proximity to Lonavala is in the District of Pune and is a beauitiful getaway. If you want real refreshment, this is the right place where you will not find much to see or do but the beauty of the lake is an attraction in itself. You can arrange for picnics here or feed the ducks in the lake. facilities for boating and jet- skiing are also available here. The restaurants around serve delicious brunch menus. The dam over the lake is a good watch point from where you can enjoy the beauty of the nature all around you.
Bhupendra Singh
Pawna Lake Glamping:In this blog I will share my experience of Luxurious Glamping at Pawna Lake near Pune. I had done few camping on tents but this is my first time I went for a Glamping. Why Glamping at Pawna Lake:This is one of the budgeted Glamping and camping options if you are looking for a weekend getaway.
Shraddha
Visit this place in monsoon season..It's beautiful and calm...It is Pune district..
Ciju Varghese
TurtleXplores
Lake No. 12 - Pawna Lake, Lonavala Closest to Mumbai, Lonavala is like a must visit every year for some reason or the other. A little ahead of the main Lonavala hill station is Pawna Lake. It is the perfect place to set camp and enjoy a night under the stars... You can also do a short trek to the Tung Fort if you wish some adventure. Make sure you go with food as there are no restaurants nearby. How to Reach - 3 hour drive from Mumbai... From Lonavala main market it is one hour away. Its even ahead of the the famous tiger point of Lonavala How Many Days - One night two days is good to chill in this place. Of you are exhausted of city life then can stay 2 nights too Where to Stay- Club Mahindra Tungi Resort is an amazing place to stay that offers the perfect view of Pawna Lake with n infiniti pool too... Or you can go camping at the lakeside.
Aishwarya Sharma
Camping is one such experience where the soul gets rejuvenated and relaxed amidst the wonderful nature. It is open in all seasons and is for people of all age groups. Camping in monsoons provides a perfect retreat.