Nestled gloriously between the Dam of Panshet and Varasgaon Dam, Panshet is a perfect hotspot for warranting absolute fun and recreation for the scads of water sports that it holds out for the ones seeking adventure. Known and frequented by the locales for the close proximity with the city of Pune, Panshet lake rests amidst the majestic hills and is enveloped by the rich sprawl of greenery. Best adored for the translucent flow of water, the Panshet Lake is an ideal place for nature sightseeing in the state of Maharashtra.
The Neelkanthewar temple close the Lake, is perched on a hill which allows for a commanding view of the majestic hills encircling the temple followed by the mesmerizing backwaters of Varasgav Panshet, and the dams of Khadakwasla. The temple is a gateway to the divine and is one amongst the favorite tourist spots which displays tales of ancient Indian Mythology, though the idols that dwells inside is in a dilapidated condition.
The peaceful Varasgaon temple warrants for a short rejuvenation trip and is one amongst the must see places for it offers a boat ride and a number of local dhabas with lip-smacking delicacies. Another most talked about travel place is the historical Torna Fort which allows venturesome trekking and is topped with mystic caves and ancient temples which can be reached through a trek on the top.
Temghar Dam is one amongst the popular places to see near Panshet and is site to picnics. One would surely enjoy the panoramic backdrop of the dam beautifully girdled with lush greenery and thick foliage of trees.
Known to supply water to the city of Pune, this dam enjoys a hospitable weather all throughout the year. Panshet tourism therefore assures a promising holiday with all the necessary fun and wonderful tourist attractions that adds to the glamour.