Kamshet, a hill station in Maharashtra, is located at an elevation of 2200 ft above sea level. Kotheshwarwadi and Ambi rivers are situated close to Kamshet. The Bhairi, Karla, Bhaja and Bhedsa caves are situated on this hill.
An ancient elephant temple called as the Kondeshwar is one of the prime attractions of the destination. The temple is built in the Hemadpanthi style of architecture. In proximity to the Kondeshwar temple lies the Shri Khateshwar Maharaj Samadhi.
An artificial lake Pavana is also a major tourist attraction of the destination. This lake is known for activities like advance kiting, ridge dancing and top landings. Forts of Lohgad, Tikona and Tungi are located in the vicinity of this lake. The Vadivali Lake, situated at a height of 2200 ft above sea level, is another popular attraction of the hill station.
Lonavala, one of the popular hill stations, is situated close to Kamshet. The Karla Caves, Koregad Fort and Lohagad Fort are the popular attractions in Lonavala. Khandala, another hill station located in vicinity of Lonavala and Kamshet is also popular.
The Rajmachi Fort, Tungarli Lake and the Royal Terrakouioce are some of the important attractions of Khandala. The waterfall of Kune is also situated in Khandala. Karla, Bhaja and Bhedsa Caves are popular temple caves representing the architecture of the Hinayana phase. These temples have a prayer hall or Chaitya and an accommodation for monks at Vihara, a monastery.