Adventure Sports in Khandala

With the presence green hills, huge rocks and numerous trekking trails, there is great potential for Adventure Sports in Khandala. The breathtaking natural landscapes adorned with lush green mountain ranges, streams, lakes , caves etc. have provided ample opportunities for hiking and trekking in Khandala. Some of the popular trekking destinations in Khandala are Korigad, Kune Falls, Rajmachi Fort etc.

The Duke's Nose Peak– a huge rock is the prime spot for rock climbing in Khandala. The Karla Hills is another popular haunt for the mountaineers. The picturesque lakes around Khandala like the Pavna Lake, Tungarli Lake and Lonaval Lake provide some magnificent camping spots.

Last Updated on 20 September 2011



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