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  • Type: Museum
  • Entry: Paid
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Celebrity Wax Museum, Khandala
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5.0 / 7 1
21 Ratings & 17 Reviews
Celebrity Wax Museum was founded by Sunil Kandaloor, a 38-year-old wax artist from Kerala. Located at a distance of 5 km from the destination in Lonavala, the museum was inaugurated by minister Ramesh Shendge. At the museum, tourists can view wax images of Rajiv Gandhi,... Read More »
  • Type: Fort
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Visapur Fort, Khandala
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5.8 / 7 1
17 Ratings & 5 Reviews
Visapur Fort has a huge plateau surrounding it. Located to the east of Lohagad Fort, it is famous for its protective walls and intricate designs. In the forest at the centre of the fort lies the guards' residences in ruins. A gun turret made of copper lies to the right side of... Read More »
  • Type: Hill
Monkey Hill, Khandala
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4.7 / 7 1
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Monkey Hill is the spot, where trains arriving from Khandala halt for brake testing. The site can be reached from both Khopoli Town as well as Reversing Station. Located above Khopoli Town.,   Read More »
"Fantastic place"Jul 5, 2015
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  • Type: View point
Lion's Point, Khandala
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5.9 / 7 1
3 Ratings & 2 Reviews
Lion's Point is a cliff that is located midway between Bhushi Dam and Amby Valley. Located in the Sahyadri Ranges at a distance of 20 to 30 km from the Amby Valley Project of Sahara Group, the site offers an aerial view of Bhushi Dam. After climbing the cliff, tourists can... Read More »
  • Type: Lake
Lonavala Lake, Khandala
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5.5 / 7 1
6 Ratings & 3 Reviews
Lonavala Lake is located at a distance of 1.5 km from the city. Known as the Monsoon Lake, the lake gets dried up during the winters and gets filled with water during monsoons. Built around 1876, the lake and the adjoining area are popular picnic spots. Indrayani River is the... Read More »
"Best in monsoon"Nov 1, 2015 "A very good scenic location"Jun 13, 2015

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