A Trip to Khandala Ghat View Points

Perched at an elevation of 1800 ft., Khandala is a quaint hill station in the Western Ghats range in Maharashtra. It is surrounded by misty valleys, lush green forests and gushing waterfalls, and is a must-visit destination for nature lovers as well as adventure enthusiasts. The three-tiered Kune Waterfall, Bhaja and Karla Caves, Bhushi Lake, and Duke’s Nose are some of the popular tourist attractions in Khandala.

Khandala Ghat View Point

Khandala is also home to several points that offer breathtaking views of the natural greenery. Khandala Ghat is among the most beautiful viewpoints in Khandala. It is stationed on National Highway 48 in Tiger Valley and bestows its visitors with postcard-perfect views of Khandala and its neighbouring areas. This viewpoint overlooks the majestic Western Ghats and is a perfect destination for photographers and nature lovers. It also offers mesmerising views of both sunrises and sunsets. You can visit Khandala Ghat View Point with your dear ones and spend some quality time in the midst of nature while soaking in the gorgeous views. There are a number of stalls set up near the viewpoint that sell a variety of delicious treats and local food items.

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Rajmachi View Point

Khandala is blessed with some of the best viewpoints in Maharashtra. Rajmachi View Point is another famous viewpoint near Khandala View Point. The viewpoint gets its name from the famous Rajmachi Fort and is known for awe-inspiring panoramic views of the abundant greenery. Rajmachi Fort is one of the oldest forts situated in the hilly terrains of the majestic Sahyadri mountains of the Konkan region. It is home to two twin fortresses - Manaranjan and Shriwardhan. The fort is surrounded by lush green valleys and cascading waterfalls. It is a paradisiacal destination for photographers. This Khandala View Point has a small temple and a children’s park. It is often frequented by adventure enthusiasts and trekkers.

Duke’s Nose

Duke’s Nose is located a short distance from Khandala and enamours its visitors with its marvellous views of the surrounding valleys. It is also known as Cobra’s Hood and Naagphani because of its shape, which resembles the nose of the Duke of Wellington. It is perfect for trekking, hiking and rock climbing, and is the ideal place for adventurers. The trail itself offers magnificent views of the valleys and greenery, but once you reach the top of the viewpoint, you will be mesmerised by the panoramic picturesque visuals.

Rhythm Lonavala - view of the lush green valley from Rajmachi View Point

On your next visit to Khandala, pamper yourself with a luxurious stay amidst nature at our beautiful resort - Rhythm Lonavala. It is situated a short distance from Khandala. We offer elegantly designed suites that are adorned with colonial-style furniture and wooden flooring, and serve as the perfect retreat for you to relax and unwind after a long day of exploring the gorgeous Khandala View Points! Our resort also offers a wide range of fun activities which you can explore during your stay with us.

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