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Khandala, India

Situated at an altitude of 625 meters, Khandala is a popular holiday destination and mesmerizing hill station of Maharashtra. The hill station enjoys wonderful natural landscapes, lush green grassy hills, luxuriant valleys and lakes. The glory of Sahyadri Mountains, Khandala is a preferred weekend destination for people of Mumbai and Pune. Khandala holiday packages are ideal way to get relaxation from the hassles of city life. It is also an ultimate place for honeymooning couples.

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Climate

Summer
Mid-March - end June
Temperature:21°C- 35°C

Monsoons
June - end September
Annual rainfall -250 cm-325 cm

Winter
Late November To Mid-February
Temperature:3°C-15°C

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Tourist Attractions in Khandala
Khandala is enriched with several places of natural beauty. It features several tourist attractions that will allure with their charm. On your Khandala trip, you can come across various sightseeing points.

Nature's Beauty:
Among various tourist attractions of Khandala, you can visit Dukes' Nose - a cliff that resembles with the nose of Duke Wellington. It is a point to enjoy the scenic views of surroundings. Tiger's Leap is one more mesmerizing point, which is situated at an altitude of 625 meters and allows you enjoying the charming panorama of the valley Khandala Lake and Bhushi Lake are other attractions of Khandala enjoying a charming and soothing environment. Amruntanjan Point is also a spectacular spot, which is located at the beginning of Khandala Ghat.

History & Religion:
Beyond nature's beauty, Khandala also features places of historical and religious importance. Rajmachi Fort is a beautiful fort that comprised of two forts built in the century by Shivaji. Karla and Bhaja Caves belong to the Hinayana segment of 17th Buddhism and date back to the 2nd attraction of Khandala to be visited by a number of tourists. century BC. Shingroba Temple is a religious tourist

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