Khandala Information



Gathering some basic Khandala Information helps a tourist to move freely and conveniently around the wonderful hill station of Maharashtra. Khandal lies on the Mumbai – Pune national highway at an altitude of around 600 Meters.

Only 5 Kilometers from another magnificent hill station – Lonavala, Khandala is sparsely populated but it houses several top of the line hotels and resorts. The picturesque place enjoys an wonderful climate all throughout the year with temperature dipping down during the months of November to February.

Information on emergency services in Khandala helps the visitors and residents to save vital time during any crisis situation. One can contact the Khandala Police Station by dialing 02114 73822 number in case of any emergency need.

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Last Updated on 20 September 2011



     


     

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