Depart from Mumbai to visit the happiest country in the world - Bhutan. From cultural hotspots, national libraries, imposing Buddhist statues to historic forts and monasteries, this holiday package to.. Read More
Explore the untouched lands of the North East as we take you on this exciting journey covering some of the major attractions here. Visit the Seven Sisters Waterfall, Singba Rhododendron Sanctuary, Jha.. Read More
Wide open spaces, no sound but the hum of your ears and that distant rush of the river flowing nearby, not a human being around for miles in any direction but the wind carrying the sound of a chime fr.. Read More
Stunning monasteries, scenic Pangong Lake, adventurous drive to the highest motorable road...Ladakh is a place that will leave you breathless. With a surprise at every bend, a holiday in Ladakh will p.. Read More
This all-inclusive trip to Goa takes care of all your travel needs. With a inclusions like comfortable stays, convenient transfers, refreshing welcome drink on arrival, complimentary use of the hotel'.. Read More
The perfect weekend getaway from Mumbai, sightseeing in Lonavala and Khandala is fascinating. Bhairavnath temple, Koli temple, the forts of Shreevardhan , Tikona, and Koregad are some interesting places. The scenic setting of the Lonavala Lake, Pawna lake, Sausage Hills and Scorpion’s sting are captivating. Other popular places in Lonavala and Khandala are Ryewood Park, Shooting point, Tiger’s leap, Rajmachi Wildlife sanctuary, Nagphani, Karla caves, Bushy Dam and many others. ..[+] More
If you have this butterfly-feeling thumping in your bellies, then places to visit in Lonavala And Khandala are a plenty. Rajmachi Park lends on a spectacular view of the surroundings; wherein two towers of Rajmachi Fort lie on the east and a huge valley is there at the bottom. Moreover, there is one temple and a restaurant present in the vicinity. An old Mahadeo Temple can be seen in the premises of Reywood- a comely expansive garden that is full of tall magnificent trees. This park is believed to have been named after an English officer, Mr. Rye, who stayed in this park for quite a while. Another one amidst the long-list of places to visit in Lonavala and Khandala is Dukes Nose, which also has a history behind its name: Duke Wellington whose pointed nose resembles this cliff. Parks are in abundance in the region; Shivaji Park and Lohagad Darshan are also great go-getters destinations. Amrutanjan point is as pristine as its name. Kune Falls makes for a magnanimously astounding sight when water from around 100 feet of elevation gets its way onto the earthly terrains. Tigers Leap just needs not any pondering of why its name is as such? The special spot looks as if tiger is leaping into the valley.Lonavala And Khandala has many tourist places to visit, there are very nice sightseeing, attractions in Lonavala And Khandala which are must see in Lonavala And Khandala. Details on Lonavala And Khandala city and tourist places.