Excursions from Khandala



Excursions from Khandala allows the tourists to experience the subtle charm of the city. Outings from Khandala are indeed quite enjoyable. The various tourist attractions in and around Khandala are worth admiring. In order to make the most of the Khandala excursions these tourist destinations must be visited.

Some of the tourist destinations in and around Khandala are as follows:

Karla Caves located at the western ghats is 114 kms away from the city of Mumbai. The Buddhist Karla Caves were constructed almost 2000 years back. The caves are popular for their superb architecture.

Bhaja caves located at Lonavala is also situated at a close proximity to the railway station of Malavali. Bhaja Caves is another tourist attraction, which is worth visiting. The caves are built in the likeness of the Karla Caves.

Bedsa Caves are situated very close to the city of Khandala. These caves are as big as the Karla Caves and is one of the eminent tourist pots.

Kune Falls is one of the most enigmatic waterfalls in Khandala. It is located in the central region of the valley of Lonavala Khandala. The region around the Kune Falls is bordered by rich flora.

Lohgad Fort was constructed at the time when Chatrapati Shivaji ruled the kingdom of Maharashtra. Lonovala is just 10 kms away from the Lohgad Fort. It was a place where prisoners were kept. The royal family of the Gaikwads and Dabhades were imprisoned in this fort. This colossal historical structure is one of the most popular places of sightseeing at Khandala.

Pune is one of the hottest tourists destination as it is home to warm and sandy beaches, churches and cathedrals. Not only that, it is known for its pleasant and cool weather. It is one of the major cities of the country of India. It is known to be the nerve center of Maharashtra culture.



Last Updated on 20 September 2011