Naneghat Camping

The pass served as a trading route between Kalyan and Junnar under the rule of the Satavahana. Coin and pass, respectively, are the names Nane and ghat. The location served as a booth to collect toll from traders crossing hills, which is thought to be how NaneGhat received its name.

Rainfall is the predominant weather feature in the area, with heavy rainfall occurring in the Konkan belt and a humid, mild environment overall. During this time of year, the temperature might get as high as 30 degrees Celsius. Summers are hot and muggy, with highs around 40 degrees Celsius.
Weather remains cool and dry throughout the year, with winters having a considerably cooler environment (about 24 degrees Celsius).

Naneghat Campsites

Hilltop Camping Naneghat

Sightseeing Around Naneghat

Along with Naneghat, one might arrange to visit the following tourist destinations.

  • Shivneri Fort: 30.8 KM away, this is where Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj was born. 
  • Malshej Ghat is a fun location to explore during the monsoon season where you can take in the
    natural beauty of the area. 13.1 kilometres from Naneghat.
  • Bhairavgarh: Bhairavgad is one of the Sahyadri region's most exciting and adventurous treks. 5
    kilometres from Naneghat.
  • Manikdoh Dam: The road to the dam travels via a few rural roads and is situated about 11 KM from
    Lanyadri. The road is passably good yet at times is quite little. 13.1 kilometres from Naneghat.
  • Girijatmak Temple: This Ganesh shrine is located next to a highway. In a cave, there is a temple. This
    location is close to a lot of caves.

How to Reach Naneghat?

Distance: Approx 150km from pune
By Road – Pune to Junnar , Then take local transport to reach at Naneghat
By Private Vehicle – Pune – Khed – Narayangaon – Junnar – Naneghat