Bhandardara: An Awesome Hill Station For Nature Lovers!

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Gopika VC

In Bhandardara, you can enjoy some fresh air, nature, and especially the feel and touch of the greater Western Ghats on vacation.

The river Pravara, which is the main water source in the village of Bhandardara, is where these waterfalls come from. The height of the falls at Randha Waterfalls is 170 feet.

Randha Falls


This peak has the highest altitude of all Maharashtra's peaks and mountains. Peak altitude is 1646m.

Kalsubai Peak


Wilson Dam near Bhandardara is the source of this waterfall. Rocks surround the waterfall, creating it a beautiful sight.

Umbrella Falls


The lake vista and peaceful setting make this a popular picnic place for Bhandardara tourists. The lake's Sahyadri backdrop enhances its beauty.

Arthur Lake


This reservoir opened in 1910. The beautiful green Sahyadri blanket with its mountain peaks and chains surround the dam.

Wilson Dam


The Ratnagad fort will give you royal sensations and cultural and historical understanding. Trekkers enjoy the 20-century-old fort.

Ratnagad Fort


Ratanwadi is one of Bhandardara's most tranquil villages. When visiting in Bhandardara, you may easily visit this village and Kalsubai Peak.

Ratanwadi Village


The fort protected Bhandardara from all incursions during its operational years. The fort is 1422metres tall.

Harishchandragad Fort


Even if you are not that fond of visiting temples and paying respects, this temple in Bhandardara's village has beautiful architecture and design that art lovers would like.

Amruteshwar Temple


A trip to the ashram will calm you down and might give you a new lease on life inside and out. By going to the ashram, you will find enough peace and health.

Agastya Rishi Ashram