Kamshet is a lovely hill resort in Western Indian Ghats. The place is renowned for paragliding, India’s most popular adventure sports and the many flying schools in the surrounding area. The tiny yet picturesque mountain range is surrounded by the stunning western ghats, which make up a large part of the Kamshet tourist spots. The name of destination for the most thrilling seekers is often mentioned in the top ten.
Kamshet is not only a heaven for your eyes but for junkie adventures. But don’t think this spot is for people who are hunting for fun and excitement. In Kamshet there are several different events and tourist resorts that make it suitable for a family holiday or a romantic getaway. The location of Kamshet is perfect just 45 km from Pune’s main town. The local people call it a paragliding heaven. In the city, this exciting adventure activity is no better.
But if you’re not a thrill-seeker, you can admire the natural beauty, enjoy fresh air and luxuriance these days and wander around the villages around these picturesque slopes. If the basic Indian way of life is to be observed, then a visit to one of the hamlets is a must. There you can communicate with local people. You can get a sense about what it is like to live in filthy huts.The hills are surrounded by lush fields of sunflowers and you will enjoy spectacular views while gliding. Kamshet’s other tourist spots include Bahiri Caves, Bedse Caves, Pavana Pool, Kondeshwar Shrine, and Shinde Wadi Hills. You will be able to stretch your travel to other mountain resorts such as Khandala and Lonavala at short distances from Kamshet if you have more time at hand.
Shinde Wadi Hills
One of the best paragliding locations in ShindeWadi hills is known as one of the Kamshet attractions. It is also famous for its wonderful view of the sunrise and the sunset. You should probably go to this spot early in the morning to take a look at the sunrise that brings you calm.
Traverse along the bounty of the Shinde wadi hills as you fall in love with the greenery and the soothing cool wind. There are various places to visit in Kamshet but this location will never fool you. The hills are at 200 meters high and you would be pleased with the finest paragliding experience.
One of Khandala’s most prestigious tourist attractions is the Pavana Lake, which provides a wide variety of activities such as zip lining, recall, campfire and much more. On the Pawna Dam the Lake is snuggled and the pictured aura is just beyond one’s imagination.
The whole neighborhood is full of relaxing vibes and is the spot for a weekend’s vacation. Pawna is about 15 to 20 km away from Lonavala and mixes suspense and isolation to the perfect degree. Besides, you can lounge by the lake or camp in the star-studded sky.
Cave discovery in Kamshet is incomplete without exploring the cave of Buddhist Bedse in the first century. Like other cellars, they are often dim, humid and magical. If you go, you can see a temple on the walls with ancient elephant carvings, goats, etc. The monastery’s innermost must-see is a finely grated roof and columns. This is one of the best places to visit in Kamshet for a time in the quiet and peaceful surroundings of the cellars or only to meditate with you.
Situated in a thick woodland, this ancient temple is devoted to Lord Shiva. After a rough journey, the architecture of black stone can never fail to be surprised. Just the sounds of cascade water from the nearby waterfall disturb the serenity of the temple. Please take time to cool off from the drop in the nebulous bath.Don’t miss the Maharaj Samadhi Shri Kheteshwar by a lovely little lake, one of Kamshet’s top sights to visit
The caves, one of the oldest of Maharashtra’s, are one of Kamshet’s most famous spots. They can be accessed via a walk on very rocky terrain on a high-rising rocky field. Having seen these fascinating cellars, you are once greeted with stunning and magnificent views. It’s said that the ritual is still being practiced here, an ancient location for animal sacrifices.
Some of the utensils stored here can also be seen. Enjoy a panoramic view of the two forts of Rajmachi, Shrivardhan and Manoranjan in the silence of nature.
Uksan Lake is one of the places that promises to take you away from the madness of city life into a quiet and happy place. It’s a little oasis, surrounded by the hills and trees, which makes it look lovely. It is a wonderful spot for cycling, fishing, night hiking, barbeque, or just relaxing by the lake and hearing the flowing water. Here is also a wonderful experience to watch the sunrise or sunset. During and after the rain, the water on the lake swells, while the scenery seems much more luxurious.