As well as Pradnya Path Shala, Wai has the following institutes:
Dravid High School (Deccan Education Society)
Disha public school, wai.
Surabhi College of Advance Technology, Wai
Surabhi Computers, Wai Since 1995 Certificate to Degree pogranms in Information Technology
Government Industrial Training Institute (under public-private partnership)
Kisan Veer Mahavidyalaya (Janata Shikshan Sanstha)
Kanya Shala (Maharshi Karve Stree Shikshan Sanstha)
Maharshi Shinde VidyaMandir, Kanya shala and junior college Wai (Swami Vivekanand Sanstha)
Girl's High School, Brahmo Samaj, Chavadi Chowk, Raviwar Peth, Wai.(Swami Vivekanand Sanstha)
Tarkateertha Lakshaman Shastri Joshi Vidyalaya (Yashavant Shikshan Sanstha)
Saint Thomas School
Sanjivani Computers established training institute in Wai in 1997, with certificate-to-degree programs.
Kamandlu Panchakrushi Madhyamik Vidhyalaya (Asare)
ITI Wai - The state government operates a training center for weaving silk garments, located between Wai and Pānchgani
New English School, Borgaon
Dhom High school., Dhom
Shree Shivaji Vidhyalaya and Surur junior college
Karmaveer Bhaurao Patil Vidyalaya & Junior College Bhuinj
Mahatma Gandhi Vidyalaya & Jr College Pachwad
Shri Vinayak Education Society's Dnyanshalaka Junior College, Wai.
Mumkaidevi Madhyamik Vidhyalaya (Washivali Rameshwar Wadi), Wai.
Blossom Children's Academy, Wai.
Joy Children's Academy, Wai.* Disha public school, wai.* Disha academy and study center, wai.
Kamalgad near Wai
Wai Caves: nine Buddhist caves, situated at Lohare, 7 km north of Wai. The Chaitya hall contains stupa artifacts and has been converted into a Shiva temple.
Dholya Ganpati Mandir: This temple was built by Raste in the 18th century beside the Krishna River. Wai is the first holy place of pilgrims on Krishna.
Kashi Vishweshwar Mandir: Ancient temple of Lord Shiva. The main feature of this temple is the nandi, made by the same stone from which the idol of Mahaganapati was made. This Nandi was decorated by garlands and other jewelry. There is also a stone pendol.
Krishna Ghat: Site of many Hindu temples.
Dhundi Vinayak Ganpati Mandir: 11th century temple of Ganpati.
Bhiravnath Mandir Kikali: via Bhuinj and Chandan Vandan Fort. This temple is tremendous example of the ancient Vastushastra. Situated in the village Kikali, near Bhuinj at about 15 km from Wai.
Wakeshwar: This is the "Hemadpanthi" type temple of Lord Shiva, in Bavdhan village on the Krishna River.
Bhadreshwar: The temple of Mahadev Bhadreshwar in the Krishna River on Wai-Surur Road.
Sonjai: Temple of Goddess Sonjai and Kaleshwari on the hills of Sonjai in the village of Bavdhan. Hills on the main stream of the Sahyadries are about 2,000 feet tall.
Mandhardevi: Temple of Goddess Kalubai on the plateau of Mandhardevi, which is as high as Tableland of Pachgani.
Pandavgad: North side of Wai via Shelarwadi, known for pandava-caves, pandava's footprint of Bhim.
Lohare Palpeshwar Caves: It is 5 km north of Wai and 39 km from Satara. Known for its art. This is cave of God Shiv. This cave is an example of the anacient Vastushastra. Situated in the village Lohare, near Wai.
Kamalgad: It is 10 miles (16 km) west of Wai and 32 km from Satara. This fort sits in the middle of Dhom Dam.*Paga Talim: Afzal Khan kept his horses here when came to Wai. Locals also gave him key information about the Mahabaleshwar forest and surroundings.
Menawali: Birthplace of Nana Phadanvis, Peshwai administrator. The palace of Nana is in the menawali.
Palpeshwar: Known for its historical caves.
Panchgani: hill station.
Mahabaleshwar: hill station. With one of the few evergreen forests of India, it served as the summer capital of Bombay province during the British Raj.
Raste Wada in Motibag: ancient wada to visit.
Laxmibai Wada in Bavdhan: Birthplace of the Queen of Jhansi Rani Laxmibai's mother. Large palace in the Village Bavdhan. Also there are caves in the hill of PachiDeval, dug by the Pandavas during their Vanvaas.
Govardhan Sanstha (Goshala): This research institute, some 110 years old, launched a pioneer model project of electricity generation from cow dung. Institute's motto: not only is cow is sacred, she is useful in all aspects.
Dhom and Dhom Balakwadi dams: Dhom Dam is situated on the Krishna and Kamandalu rivers, with capacity of 14 T.M.C. Balakwadi Dam on the Krishna is 19 km from Wai. Capacity is 4.08 TMC.
Wind-power mill in Surur: Recent project in Shambhu Mahadev mountain range.
Boat riding at Dhom Dam in Boriv Village