Lohagad Fort – Situated at a height of 3400 ft, built in 18th century, perfect for trekkers and nature lovers. It has a proper road built to the base of the fort due to which people visit it frequently. Food is available at the base of the fort also but I recommend you might want to carry your own snacks. Same goes for water, it’s a must so pack that too. Visapur Fort, the twin fort of Lohagad Fort is situated only 1 km drive away.
Tung Fort - Perched at an altitude of 1075 mts above sea level, Tung fort or Kathingad fort (means difficult in Marathi language) is a hill fort wrapped up by water on its three sides due to Pawna dam. The path is narrow, steep and edgy thus the trekking is quite tough here. One should take a ferry to reach the foothill of the tungi village. According to the historical facts, the fort which dates back to 16th century served as watch tower in Adil Shah Dynasty. King Shivaji of Marathi Dynasty later captured it.
Karla & Bhaja caves - The Karla and Bhaja caves are among the oldest caves in India, believed to have existed from the times of Hinayana phase of Buddhism. Karla Cave, the largest early chaitya in India, is reached by a 20-minute climb from a mini bazaar at the base of a hill. On the other side of the expressway from Karla Caves 3km off the main road, greener and quieter. A group of 22 rock-cut formations that are perched atop a hill. The inscriptions found on pillars are testimony to antiquity of these caves.
INR 500/- per person (including food, fuel and toll)