About Khandala

Khandala is a hill station in the Western Ghat mountains of Maharashtra, western India. It's home to vantage spots including Sunset Point and Rajmachi Point, with views of Rajmachi Fort. Kune Falls is a 3 tier waterfall set in a dramatic valley. Waterfalls surround the Tamhini Ghat mountain pass. East of town, the Bhaja and Karla caves are ancient, Buddhist rock-cut shrines featuring intricate carvings and pillars.
Karla Caves

Karla Caves are also known as Karli Caves, Karle Caves, or Karla Cells is a complex of ancient Buddhist Indian rock-cut caves at Karli near Lonavala.
Kune Falls

The Kune Falls is a waterfall at Lonavla in Pune district in the Indian state of Maharashtra. It is the 14th highest waterfall in India.

In Hinduism Goddess Ekvira also worshipped as Renuka in different parts of India and Nepal is mother of Chiranjivi or immortal sage Parashurama.
Duke’s Nose

Duke’s Nose is a hiking trail that leads to this panoramic peak, also popular for climbing and rappelling.
Rajmanchi Fort

Rajmachi Fort is one of the many historical forts in the rugged hills of the Sahyadri mountains. It consists of two twin fortresses Shriwardhan Ballekilla and Manaranjan Balekilla, with a wide machi surrounding the two Balekillas.
Shooting Point

Shooting Point, nestled at Bazaar Peth of Khandala in Maharashtra, is the best spot for sightseeing in Khandala. This point is home to St. Mary's Villa.
Tungarli Lake

Tungarli Lake is one of the famous attractions in Pune. It is a famous weekend spot near Rajmanchi.
Amrutanjan Point

Amrutanjan Point is at the beginning of the Khandala Ghat. It offers a bird's-eye view of the valley and the Duke's Nose in particular.
Shingroba Temple

Shingroba Temple was built in 1929 AD and is located between Khopoli and Khandala. It is located at a steep bend and most of the vehicles stop here for a quick darshan of the Lord.
Best Time To Visit Khandala

The best time to visit Khandala is during monsoons when the heavy rains enhance the landscape beyond imagination. The summer season in Khandala starts from the middle of March and continues till the end of May. The hottest month here is the month of May when the temperature rises to up to 40°C. But generally, the summers are not very uncomfortable and remain moderate. The heat never gets repressive and thus tourists can enjoy their visit to this place during this season. The monsoons start from June and continue till the month of September. These are the best times to visit this hill station as the monsoon season enhances the beauty of the place even more. The surroundings become more lively and appealing. It is an ideal time for couples to plan their honeymoon trip. But one should never forget to carry their raincoats and umbrellas during this time of the year. The winter season sets in from October and continues till the middle of March. The temperature goes down to about 12°C and it is complete bliss to visit this place during these months of the year. During this time woolens are a must for evenings. It is an ideal time for relaxing, trekking, and hiking.

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