Wai, located in Satara District is famous for temples and ghats. The town is situated on the banks of Krishna River and is on the way to Panchgani. The seven famous ghats of Wai are: Brahmanshah, Gangapuri, Madhi Aali, Ganpati Aali, Dharmapuri, Ramdoh and Bhim Kund. The ghats are considered a place of reverence due to the presence of several temples: Rameshwar temple, Ramkund, Chilavali Devi, Lord Shiva, Dwarka, Chakreshwar, Bahiroba, Datta, Chimneshwar, Harihareshwar, Kaleshwar, Vitthal, Ganapati, Dholya Ganpati temple, Vishnu temple and Mahalaxmi temples. The most impressive of these is Dholya Ganapati Temple housing a very huge idol of Lord Ganesha. The fort of Pandavgad is located in Wai and involves a challenging trek. Other places of tourist interest in Wai are the caves of Palpeshwar and Harya Ramoshi.