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We Went To Khandala & Here's How We Spent The Day For Under INR 2,000

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Ten-Second Takeaway

Khandala is not just about scenic rides. There’s a lot the city offers! Check ’em out!

Patrawala - Designer Saree Studio

With ample designs to choose from, it houses some of the best collections of dress materials, sarees and a lot many designer pieces.All products fall under a moderately priced range. With varieties from Pune, Mumbai and other Maharashtrian cities under one roof, it surely is worth a visit! It is an ideal place to shop without making a hole in your pocket with sarees starting at INR 500. It is closed on Wednesdays and you can call them on +919049144544.

Pawna Lake Camping

Ideal for a great weekend getaway and away from the bustle of the city, it ensures a great view and a refreshing time. A dip in it’s waters and we’re sure you’ll forget all your worries.You can take up recreational activities and bask in the sunlight with your fam or simply swim in the lake and let time heal all your stress. Have some delicious food amidst nature. All this, starting at just INR 1100 per head!

Suleman Family Dhaba

Not a very fancy place but they sure do get their food on point! It serves North Indian cuisine and their biryani is hard to resist. The paneer makhani with butter naan is a must-have. The veg makhanwala and chicken handi are total winners. We love that they have an outdoor seating area. Their meals would cost around INR 500 for two, which we think is a great deal!

Lohagad Fort

Based amidst nature, this fort is a reminder of the times of Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj. Though in ruins, it serves as an amazing place to witness the best views of the city. Located at a distance of 5kms from Malawli station, it also serves as an ideal trekking destination. Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj used this fort as his treasury and it was originally built by Raja Bhog. You can also find a lot many waterfalls here during monsoons and it is also somewhat like a miniature version of Kaas Plateau! The entry here is free and you could even go here for a night trek, which they allow for.

Kune Waterfall

This waterfall gathers a lot of attention due to its high altitude and the greenery amidst which it finds a way down. It is recommended to visit this place, situated in Lonavla-Khandala Valley, during monsoons. With a number of eateries around, you won’t have to worry about going hungry.