A popular weekend gateway near Mumbai, Khandala is perched on the foothills of Sahyadri. Thanks for the abundance of nature sprawling here, the hill station gives you an escape from the busy city life and refuels you with a new vigour. From nature walks to historical wonders - travellers visiting Khandala get enough options to explore.
Start your holiday to Khandala by visiting the very popular Rajmachi Fort. This is a great place to spot breathtaking surroundings of the hill station, including Duke's Nose, Karanala, Mahuli, Bhimashankar and much more. Visapur Fort is also often visited due to its beautiful construction. The fort houses small caves, a huge carving of Hanuman and several temples. A trek to this temple gifts you with unbelievable sights of nature, which are hard to believe. Also, save some time visit Lohagad Fort, a formidable fort resting on an impressive hill near Malavali. Its ancient architecture and matchless beauty is loved by every trekking and nature lover. The fort was built in 18th century and houses stunning sculptures on its Maha Darwaja.
Bedsa caves of Khandala are other astonishing wonders which are one of the oldest caves of Maharashtra. Their exquisite carvings and picturesque location make many jaws drop.
For a day long picnic, Kune Waterfalls make the perfect backdrop. This is the 14th highest in India nestling with lush greenery. Visitors can enjoy swimming and bathing here. Also, click some amazing pictures of nature at Tiger's Leap, an echo point with stunning surroundings.
By Air: Pune Airport is the nearest airport to Khandala from where one can hire taxi to reach the hill station.
By Rail: Khandala Junction links the hill station with rest of the country.
By Road: Thanks to the good road network, regular bus services ply to and fro the hill station of Khandala.
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