Khandala Location



One of the fascinating aspects of Khandala location is that it is located in the vicinity of Mumbai and Pune. Khandala is located about 101 kilometers from Mumbai and about 69 kilometers from Pune. It is situated in the western part of Maharashtra between the Sahyadri hills at an altitude of 625 meters. It is located in 18º45' North latitude and 73º22'60'' East longitude.

Khandala is one of the twin hill stations of Maharashtra, the other being Lonavala. Khandala is situated at a distance of about 5 kilometers from Lonavala. Khandala is also located nearby Tugauli Lake, Bhushi Lake, Walvan Dam, Bhushi Lake, Karla and Bhaja Caves and Duke's Nose, which are also famous tourist spots.



Last Updated on 5/22/2013




     


     

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