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Make The Most Of Pune By Doing These Exciting Things Around Pune

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Whether you are travelling to Pune or live in the city, there are way too many interesting things to do here. From staying in tune with nature to experiencing adventure bliss, here's a list of must-try things to do. 

Disclaimer: Make sure to maintain COVID safety proticols and book an appointment in advance because some of these places are admitting limited number of people only.

Horse Riding At Japalouppe Equestrian Centre

Horse riding at Japalouppe Equestrian Centre: Undoubtedly the most famous horse-riding school around the region, this expansive farm-cum-school sees horse riders and animal enthusiasts all the way from Mumbai and Pune signing up for classes. Established in 1988, great efforts are taken to look after the place and maintain it well, with care. With so many reputed events happening at this center, they have made a niche for themselves. They are also a popular weekend getaway destination and offer you the chance to live on a farm in comfortable cottages and dormitories and try your hand at horse riding and farm living. The timings are 9 am to 11 am and 4 pm to 6 pm with the pricing being around INR 1500. 

Scuba Diving At Finkik Adventures

Finkick was co-founded by Ankit Saboo and Kshitij Mittal, who wanted to share their passion for Scuba with a larger audience – but in an accessible, authentic way. Though Pune is not near an ocean, Finkick hosts scuba diving training and activities in-land via the Divisional Sports Complex Swimming Pool facility in Yerawada. Here, you can get PADI certified – a life-time validity course, which is internationally recognised and certifies you to ‘dive anywhere in the world up to 18 metres’; as well as begin your PADI Open Water Diver Course (OWDC). Before signing up for a PADI course, you can also enroll for their 2-hour 'Try A Dive' session, to get an idea of how comfortable you are in full gear, underwater. To know the prices of these sessions, make sure you get in touch with their administration. 

Adult Trampoline At Sky Jumper

Take some time off your hectic schedule and prance around like a kid at Pune's first-ever trampoline park for adults. Hop, skip, and jump at the Sky Jumper Trampoline Park in Creaticity Mall in Shastrinagar, Yerawada where you can experience loads of fun and frolic. There are plenty of square and rectangular blocks of trampolines to jump around on. Shell out INR 550 during the weekdays and INR 650 during the weekends and experience an hour of unlimited fun. If you wish to spend longer than an hour, they have passes for different durations including an all-day pass. The timings are different for each day. We recommend you inquire about it before visiting.

Laser Tagging At Smaash

This is essentially an arcade in Viman Nagar which also offers laser tags to game enthusiasts. Play laser tag at Smaaash at Phoenix Market City with your gang and avail various offers that the place keeps offering to its patrons. An amazing place to be with your friends or even colleagues, you will fall for its interiors and vibes. For INR 250 for 30 min, you can enjoy the game along with a snack and drinks! Prices are different on weekends.


IndiKarting is currently Pune’s only remaining go–kart track, located near Eon IT Park in Kharadi. Started by champion racer Rayomand Banajee, IndiKart often plays host to professional bike and go–karting races. If you just want to have a bit of fun with friends, it’ll cost you INR 299 for 3 laps, and INR 400 for 5 laps on their 265m track. Only children above the age of 8.5yrs will be allowed to drive a go–kart. IndiKarting also conducts their own ‘Basics in Karting‘ course (with Rayo Racing), which is for those who want to take go–karting a bit more seriously. Through this workshop, you can learn what it’s like to turn go–karting into a professional career, as well as the fundamentals and basic knowledge you’ll be able to put to use for racing. Their timings are from 2.30 p.m. – 9.30 p.m. (Monday to Friday), and 11.00 a.m. – 9.30 p.m. (Saturday and Sunday, with a lunch break from 1-2 p.m.).


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