Bhandardara is a holiday resort village in the Sahyadri ranges of western ghats near Igatpuri, in Ahmednagar district of Maharashtra, India. The lush greenery, the humble waterfalls and surrounded by high mountains makes this a perfect holiday spot for the tourist in around the state and is one of the must visit place in Maharashtra, India. Bhandardara is located at approx 174km from Pune, 165km from Mumbai, 72km form Nashik, 673km from Nagpur.
Kalsubai at 5400ft is the highest peak of Maharashtra in the Western Ghats, located near Bhandardara in Ahmednagar district of Maharashtra,India. The view of this majestic mountain is an amazing sight in Bhandardara. It is also known as the Everest of Maharashtra. The mountain can be viewed, in its entirety, from Bari village located on its eastern side, about six km from Bhandardara. is located at aapprox 60km from Nashik, 179km from Pune, 153km from Mumbai.
Mula Dam is an beautiful gravity dam on Mula river near Rahuri in Ahmednagar district of Maharashtra, India. The main purpose for the construction of this dam was to supply water to the nearby villages from the reservoir, Dnyaneshwar Sagar. The towns which benefit from this dam are Ahmednagar and Rahuri district. The dam is located at a beautiful place and attracts a number of tourists in and around the region. Mula dam is located at approx 52km from Ahmednagar, 149km from Nashik, 250km from Mumbai, 635km from Nagpur.
Ratanwadi is a village in Ahmednagar district, Maharashtra, India. Ratanwadi is known for the amruteshwar temple, which is a beautiful stoned carved shiva temple made back in 900 AD. Ratanwadi is the base village from where the Trek to famous Ratangad fort starts. Ratangad is an old fort, nearly 2000 years old. Ratanwadi is located at approx 180km from Mumbai, 187km from Pune, 87km from Nashik.