Morachi Chincholi or Mayur Baug or Village of Peacock near Pune is spread across 25 acres of land. It is one of the best weekend getaways near Pune. There are many Krushi Paryatan Kendra in a village. Jai Malhar Krushi Paryatan Kendra of Chincholi is one of a kind and somewhat more advanced weekend trip spot near Pune. They have many activities along with the water park, museum, peacock feeding area and vast open playground. It was the small tourist spot which now grown to the grand Morachi Chincholi resort.
Morachi Chincholi Packages
Rates are very normal and one can negotiate for corporate and school picnics. One day entry fee is INR 600 per adult which includes food and plethora of activities whereas the cost for the children is INR 400.
Morachi Chincholi stay is more peaceful than any other hill station or hotel. Countryside location brings the typical rural ethnic style looks to the cottages. Check out Stay Packages at Jai Malhar Krushi Paryatan Kendra of Peacock village near Pune. Peacock is a national bird of India and it represents the unity of various colours.
Check out Mahabaleshwar Bike Ride
Best time to Visit Morachi Chincholi near Pune
Monsoon is the most beautiful season to explore Mayur Baug near Pune. Also, Chilling winter till December is a good time to visit.
How to reach Morachi Chincholi Village
Mumbai – Pune – Chakan – Rajgurunagar – Pabal – Chincholi
Pune to Morachi Chincholi distance is just 50 Km. Locals mentioned that internal roads were not in good condition but expected some development in the coming years.
Early morning peacocks venture out in the farm of the surrounding village. Peacocks spend most of the time in surrounding fields. In the evening Agro – tourism Centre feed them at the dedicated feeding spot on a daily basis. During this time, you can have a close counter with the peacocks otherwise it’s a search operation across the village.
We were able to spot 2 peacocks with their scream. Sound of Peafowl is called as Scream or Cry but it’s actually beautiful.
History of the Mora chi Chincholi Pune
According to locals, many tamarind trees were planted during the Peshwa Dynasty. This attracted many peacocks to the place and then lived here happily ever after.
Places to visit near Chincholi, Pune
Nighoj Potholes – 30 KM ahead of Chincholi on Kukdi River