Khandala Hill Station-The Deserving Places To Visit

 Khandala Hill Station-The Deserving Places To Visit

Khandala is a Hill Station is located at Maharashtra(Mumbai) in India. It is about 7km from the city Karjat and 3 Km from the town Lonavala. The Lonavala and Karjat are the cities of Mumbai. Khandala is at one(top) end of the Bhor Ghat which carries a huge amount of road and rail traffic. The Mumbai-Pune Expressway is the vital link between Mumbai and Pune that passes through Khandala. So the nearby states often visit this Khandala Hill Station for hiking.

One of the fascinating places to visit is Duke’s Nose. It offers the wide view of Khandala and Bhor Ghat. In Khandala, we can find the ancient routes built by Britishers are sunset point and Khopoli. The other destination places which deserve the visit are Tigers Leap, Amrutanjan point, Karla and Bhaja Cave, and Bhushi Lake. The another important place to visit is ancient jail. 

Climate Conditions In Khandala: 

In summer Khandala has the average temperature of about 32 degrees. Monsoon season between June to August this place receives heavy rainfall and this place seems even more beautiful. During Winter October to February, it has a minimum temperature of 12 degrees. 

Best Time To Reach:

If you want to see the full beauty of Khandala it is the right time to visit in Monsoon season that starts from  June to August. During these months this place receives the heavy rainfall. Due to this rainfall, it elevates the real beauty of Khandala Hill Station. It attracts the tourists with its beautiful valleys, awesome waterfalls, greenery and pleasing ponds. Later you can visit in winter but it has minus degree temperature so you have to maintain warm and woolen clothes. During this season you can experience the entirely different feeling with the beauty it displays.

It attracts the tourists with its beautiful valleys, awesome waterfalls, greenery and pleasing ponds. Later you can visit in winter but it has minus degree temperature so you have to maintain warm and woolen clothes. During this season you can experience the entirely different feeling with the beauty it displays.

Important Places to visit in Khandala Hill Station:

Rajmachi Fort:

It is an important landmark. It is the midway between Lonavala and Khandala. Especially it offers a wide view of beautiful sceneries. It is a must visit place in Khandala. It thrills you very much.

Lohagad Fort:

It is a popular historic structure. And it is popular for trekkers and nature lovers. It offers the wide view of green grasslands, enthralling sceneries.

Duke’s Nose:

It is the best picnic spot. And famous for the rock climbing. It offers the wide view of surrounding valleys and mountains.

Tigers Leap:

It is one of the popular tourist spots in Khandala. It will fascinate the tourists and leave them in an entirely different world. The Echo point is a major attraction to this wonderful tourist spot.

Bushi Dam:

It is the most visited place in Maharashtra. Especially the weekend travelers in Maharashtra throng to this place mainly during monsoon season. The seasonal waterfall is very famous.

How to Reach:

Both Mumbai and Pune cities are the access points to reach Khandala

By Air:

Khandala doesn’t have its own airport. So tourists all over India can board a flight till Pune The Lohegaon Airport is the nearest airport to Khandala. After that through bus or taxi, you can reach the destination place.

By Rail:

Khandala has its own station. And another nearest station to Khandala is Lonavala. It has regular train service from Mumbai and Pune. 

By Road: 

Khandala can reach via Mumbai-Pune Expressway and NH4. Moreover, the Maharashtra road transport provided luxury and non-luxury buses to and from Khandala.

Accommodation In Khandala:  

Khandala has a vast number of hotels and resorts which provide friendly hospitality. Mainly you have to choose the hotel which is nearer to your fascinating spots in the Khandala Hill Station.

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