Known as the 'twin of Lonavala', Khandala is another hill station located in Pune district of Maharashtra. It is adorned with emerald green vegetation in abundance and has a serene ambiance. Khandala is a well-known tourist attraction that is flocked by the visitors on a large scale.
Hemmed in the alluring hills of Sahyadri, Khandala lies adjacent to Lonavala. It is elevated at the height of 1800 feet above the sea level. The terrains of this hill station unfold across 44 sq. km. The climate of this region is classified as a tropical cool. It faces pleasant temperatures scaling between 13°C-27°C on an average amid the year. The monsoon season is a major season and an adequate amount of rainfall is received by Khandala. The annual average rainfall is recorded between 2200 mm-2400 mm.
Being a famous tourist site, Khandala is nature's bounty and houses numerous attractions. The must-visit places in Khandala include the names like Nagfani, Pali Hill, Bhima Cave, Western Ghats, and Tiger's Leap.