Wai Tourism & Travel Guide

This beautiful place is very close to Pune and mainly known for its rural environment and the temples here. This place is on the foothills of Panchghani and you can come here for the best agrotourism experience. Another advantage of visiting this place is that it looks over the greenery of the whole valley and is the place where you will find a number of forest resorts.
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Trips and Itineraries for Wai

It has been marred by the people living in Wai which is a severe threat to Wai’s potential to attract tourists....

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As it would take appx 3 hrs to reach Wai....

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Top Places To Visit in Wai 4 Spots

Wai S.T.Depo, Siddhanathwadi, Wai, Maharashtra 412803, India
Within no minutes all five of us were inside the truck in the front seat and the journey towards Wai started. Everybody advised us to spend the night at Wai, and then leave for Panchgani/Mahabaleshwar in the morning with the first bust at 6.30 . We took the advice and got down at Wai . There was a huge local ST bus stop and a couple of lodges. The bust stop was very well lit and already so many people were sleeping on the floor and on the concrete benches. We thought of giving it a try ! We lied down on a concrete bench and within minutes we both passed out into one of the deepest sleeps ever. The journey, the rain and the constant jumping in and out of trucks, buses and tempos had exhausted us.
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Ganpati Ali, Wai, Maharashtra 412803, India
The idol of Ganesha in this temple is said to have been donated by a generous goldsmith's family based in the region. Devotees complete their long journey by offering prayers at this well-adorned Ganesha temple known for its impressive gateway adorned with intricate work.
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Weekend Getaways from Wai  

Best time to visit - January,February,October,November,December
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