The site at the end of the Bhor Ghat is about three kilometers from Lonavala, another hill station, and seven kilometers away from the Karjat, which is the dream for those who choose the Khandala tour packages. It is, however, a well-known fact that the great Maratha warrior, Chhatrapati Shivaji, and the Peshwas had ruled the Khandala before the British authority. Like all other hill stations (mountain places), Khandala is proof of the colonial era. The rich cultural heritage of India can be seen clearly in the historical sites and monuments of this hill station.
The weather in the hills and valleys of the Sahyadri Mountains is pleasurable throughout the year. It is a perfect getaway from the sweltering heat and the hustle-bustle of the cities. This place has magnificent landscapes and the tourists are allured by the magnificent scenery of its grassy hills, bright valleys, beautiful lakes, and pleasant waterfalls. At Khandala, you can see the Sunset Point and the Rajmachi Point which are the vantage spots. From the vantage points, you can see the Rajmachi Fort and the Kune Falls. Then the Khandala tour packages will take you to the east of the Khandala to make you experience the majestic beauty of the ancient Karla and Bhaja caves. Other tourist attractions include Amrutanjan Point, Dux Noes, Ryewood Park, and Bhushi Dam. Besides its abundant natural splendor, the hill station is famous for its cave-temples, belonging to the second century B.C.
There is a cave temple which depicts the Buddhist architecture. The Lohagarh Fort is also called the iron fort and it was designed to keep the prisoners. Another tourist site near Khandala has been Kane Falls, which has perched at an altitude of 100 meters and is surrounded by lush greenery. Besides this, there are other tourist attractions included in the Khandala tour package which include Tiger’s Leap, Duke’s Nose, Tiger Valley, Tikona Fort, etc. which the tourists from all over the world visit. The tourist destinations in Khandala with abundant natural beauty are amazing.
The weather conditions in Khandala are ideal throughout the year. Most of the time the climate is warm. However, winter is the best time to visit Khandala. It's a small, lovely hill station to spend some time off from the stressful routine. The quiet and cold weather here adds up to the pleasure of your trip, which you will cherish for the rest of your life.