Khandala Travel

Khandala remains a popular hill station in the Western Ghat Mountains of Maharashtra. It is blessed with misty mountains all around and makes a beautiful location to unwind for tired souls. People usually visit here from cities like Mumbai and Pune for a perfect weekend outing.  Khandala is blessed with picturesque valleys, green hills, tranquil lakes and misty waterfalls.

Here are the top places to visit in Khandala:

Rajmachi Fort
Sitting right in the middle of Lonavala and Khandala, Rajmachi Fort remains a major attraction. People visit here to experience beautiful vistas of nature all around. The world seems emerald from here.

Visapur Fort
Sitting atop a lush green plateau, the Visapur Fort is a delightful place for those who believe in the wonders of nature. The fort stands at a height of 1084 meters above sea level and is a popular place among trekkers. The fort was built during 1713-1720 CE and houses ancient caves, cisterns of water, an adorned arch and numerous old houses.

Lohagad Fort
Lohagad Fort is a formidable fort around 52 kilometers from Pune. Beautiful views of nature adorn the fort in all directions and thus, it showcases a perfect fusion of ancient architecture and natural exquisiteness. It was raised in the 18th century and remains an exciting trekking spot.

Bedsa caves
These are counted among the oldest caves of Maharashtra with their history dating back to 60 BC. The caves sit on the top of a sloppy hill. Bedsa caves feature four 25 feet high pillars with interesting carvings.

Kune Waterfalls
The only sight of Kune Waterfalls makes you fall in love with it. This three tiered waterfall is the 14th highest in the country. It cascades from a height of 200m and remains popular among family vacationers planning day picnic amidst nature. Travelers can be seen enjoying bathing and swimming here apart from clicking nature’s photos.

Tiger's Leap
Tiger's Leap lets you enjoy splendid bird’s eye views from over 650m. This is known as an echo point. Monsoons are even more beautiful here when the rain waters wash away all the dirt from trees all around, making them look greener.   

How to Reach
By Air: Pune Airport is the nearest airport from where one can find taxis to reach this hill station.
By Rail: Khandala is well linked to the rest of India via railways as well.
By Road: Regular bus services connect Khandala with all nearby places like Mumbai, Pune, Panjim, etc.


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