Khodala village is located in the Thane District of Maharashtra. This traditional village is surrounded by dense forests and lies at a height of 1,800 ft above sea level. It is popular for attractions like the Tringalwadi Fort, Vaitarana Lake and Igatpuri-Kasara Ghats.
The prime attraction of the region is the Deobandh temple, located along the Wild Camp at Kherwadi. This ancient temple is dedicated to Lord Ganesha and is famous for the Vinayaka Chaturthi celebrations.
Another tourist spot located in Khodala is the Suryamal mountain peak, the highest peak in the region. Khodala is also popular for the Amala Wildlife Sanctuary which is home to birds like black drongos, magpies, robins and orioles.