By Santosh Salve
June 20, 2022
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Khandala is a hill station in the Western Ghats in the state of Maharashtra, India, about 3 kms from Lonavala, 12 kms from Khopoli and 33.4 kms from Karjat.
Khandala is situated at the summit of the Bhor Ghat, a significant ghat connecting the Deccan Plateau and the Konkan plain.
Khandala is located on the Mumbai-Pune Expressway, which connects the major cities of Mumbai and Pune.
The Duke's Nose peak, the Karla Hills, the Bedsa caverns, and the Pavna Lake are just a few of Khandala's tourism attractions.
Fast food is popular in Khandala and Lonavla. 'Chikkis,' the most popular local delicacy, have a special position in this hill station.
Tiger's Leap, Amrutanjan Point, Duke's Nose, Karla and Bhaja Cave, and Bhushi Lake are some of the sights to view in Khandala.
Khandala is located on an expressway and is easily accessible from both Pune and Mumbai. There are regular trains from Mumbai's CST and Pune Central stations.
Between the months of October and May is the finest time to visit Khandala. Visiting Khandala during the monsoon season is not recommended.
Khandala is well-known for its spectacular rock formations. This lovely hill station is located in the western ghats at a height of 1,800 feet. You should go there at least once.
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