Must see points of interest in Khandala

Here's a list of Must see points of interest in Khandala recommended by our experts:

Pavana Lake

Lake/River/Water body in Khandala
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Pawna is a beautiful place with a vast lake surrounded by mountain ranges,an excellent place to holiday. Pavana Lake has been formed by the Pavana Dam built ...

Bhaja Caves

Place to Visit in Lonavala

Bhaja Caves are a set of rock-cut caves that are counted among the oldest of early Buddhist rock temple art in India. Comprising a group of 22 rock-cut caves, ...

Kune Waterfalls

Waterfall in Khandala
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Kune Waterfalls is the 14th highest waterfall in India. Located centrally within the Lonavala-Khandala valley, it is a three tiered waterfall. Having a total ...

Rajmachi Park

Park in Khandala

Rajmachi Park is situated on Mum-Pune high way the view of vallys and tunnel of Mum-Pune highway are worth view it is really a awesome experience to visit this ...

Karla Caves

Place to Visit in Lonavala
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The Karla Caves were carved somewhere around the 2nd Century BC, the time when Buddhism was at its peak in India. One of the main structures situated inside the...

Koli Temple

Temple in Lonavala

Koli temple, a temple of the Koli (fishermen) community in Lonavala, is located outside the main chaitya of Karla caves. The tribal Goddess Aai Ekvira is the ...

Koregad Fort

Monument in Khandala
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The Koregad Fort, known for its solitude, was constructed on an isolated hill in the Ambavane village, around 24 km away from Lonavala. Archaeological evidence ...

Reversing Station

Place to Visit in Khandala

Reversing Station enables to enjoy a beautiful view of the surroundings and the shine of lights from the distant Khopoli Town.

Nagphani (duke's Nose)

Place to Visit in Khandala
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Nagphani is a high cliff situated in the hill station of Khandala, close to Lonavala. The cliff attributes its name to its shape, which resembles a snake's hood...

Manranjan Fort

Monument in Lonavala

Manranjan Fort in khandala ,a must visit for nature lovers and history buffs, the fort is absolutely stunning.

Bhairavnath Temple

Temple in Khandala
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Bhairavnath Temple is a beautiful Hindu temple,, Great carvings and sculpture of gods.One feel at peace the moment you step in here.

Ryewood Park

Park in Lonavala

Ryewood Park has ample space with greenish lawns and playing grounds for children. The park is home to numerous varieties of trees, which are believed to be ...

Sausage Hills

Mountain in Khandala

Sausage Hills is one of the best spots in Lonavala. This pristine hill is covered with dense forests and is the natural habitat of many varieties of birds. The ...

Scorpion's Sting

Place to Visit in Lonavala
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Scorpion's Sting, also known as Vinchu Kata, is a long and narrow fortified spur in the region of the Lohagarh fort which extends westwards of the Lonawala. ...

Tiger's Leap

Things to do in Khandala

Tiger's Leap point is some place any romantic nature loving person should not miss in Lonavla.The main attraction maybe.During monsoons and spring season, this...

Tikona Fort

Monument in Khandala

Tikona fort encloses numerous Buddhist caves and Satvahan caves with a temple of 'Trimbakeshwar Mahadev' inside. Perfect for history buffs, the fort is ...

Bhushi Lake

Things to do in Khandala

Bhushi Lake is located at a distance of 5 km from Lonavala. A popular picnic spot, the lake can be reached by availing buses running on the INS Shivaji Road. ...

Visapur Fort

Monument in Khandala
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Visapur Fort has a huge plateau surrounding it. Located to the east of Lohagad Fort, it is famous for its protective walls and intricate designs. In the forest ...

Tungarli Lake

Lake/River/Water body in Khandala

Tungarli Lake is the major source of water supply for Lonavala. An artificial reservoir, it has been built across the Tungarli Lake.

Valvan Dam

Lake/River/Water body in Khandala

Valvan Dam provides water to the nearby Khopoli Power Plant. Constructed to provide hydroelectric power on the Indrayani River and Valvan Lake,

Monkey Hill

Mountain in Khandala
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Monkey Hill is the spot, where trains arriving from Khandala halt for brake testing. The site can be reached from both Khopoli Town as well as Reversing Station...