Bhandardara Hill Station

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The Pristine Landscape of River, Lake, and Mountains At Bhandardara

Bhandardara is a serene and magnificent village holiday resort on the western coast of India. Geographically Bhandardara hill station is located in the Ahmednagar district of Maharashtra and at a distance of 185km from Mumbai. Bhandardara sits by the Pravara River and lays down a picturesque landscape of mountains, lush green forest, waterfalls, and lakes that charms everyone visiting with a pristinely tranquil ambiance.

village at bhandardara

Located on the Sahyadri hills, Bhandardara hill station is still one of the lesser-known hill stations in Maharashtra. Bhandardara has well-maintained charm and natural beauty since time eternal and it is still as beautiful as ever.

Once you visit Bhandardara hill station you can also pay a visit to a few other tourist locations using Bhandardara as your base camp. If you are a true nature lover, you are certainly going to enjoy every single moment we spend in each other’s company. Bhandardara Tourism will offer you chances galore for bird watching, trekking, nature walking, and even of angling in any of the many lakes scattered all around.

In spite of its position on the hills, you will not think that Bhandardara is cool during the summer months and you better visit Bhandardara between Octobers to February. During that time of the year, Bhandardara hill station is all about green mountains set against a background of clear blue sky and dazzling lakes and waterfalls adding to its beauty.

Bhandardars is located near to the Nashik city while the nearest railway station is Igatpuri, only at a distance of around 45 km. Bhandardara hill station is most charming but the narrow hilly roads that will take you in the nature’s lap. You want to be cautious while driving and once you reach Bhandardara it is all about unpolluted natural beauty and pure serenity all around.

Bhandardara Tourism

Bhandardara Hill Stations in Maharashtra is located near to Mumbai and Nasik city and it is very popular among tourists from this city especially in monsoon. As it is a lesser-known hill station it is less crowded but Bhandardara tourism is getting more popular in youngsters and it will be the prime destination for them in the future. Bhandardara in monsoon is very overwhelming and one can enjoy waterfalls and green mountains here. As it is located nearer to major cities, Bhandardara is the most popular weekend getaways near Mumbai and Nasik.

dam at bhandardara

Best time to Visit Bhandardara

The best time to visit Bhandardara is from August to December when tourists can experience the greenery here. Summer is quite hot here so it is not recommended to visit Bhandardara in summer i.e. especially in March, April, and May month.

Weather in Bhandardara

Bhandardara is situated at a height of 750 m above sea level. Even Bhandardara is considered as a Hill Station, it is hot in summers. The temperature in summer is going up to 35 degrees Celsius but nights are pleasantly cold in summer. Bhandardara experience heavy rainfall in Monsoon and the temperature level is at 28 degrees Celsius. The best time to visit Bhandardara is in the winter season when the temperature is in the range of 10-20 degrees Celsius.


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Other Destinations Near Bhandardara

Igatpuri Hill Station

Nashik City

Tryambakeshwar Temple

Saptashrungi Devi Temple

Pandavleni

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  • December 6, 2013 at 11:02 am
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    Very nice informative information about Bhandardara. I love this place very much and visit once in a year in monsoon.

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  • March 3, 2016 at 9:03 pm
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    Bhandardara is a best hill station I have ever visited. It turns most beautiful in monsoon. In monsoon we can enjoy the greenery, waterfalls everywhere. Superb place.

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  • June 13, 2016 at 5:46 pm
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    Monsoon is coming and we are eager to visit Bhandardara hill station.

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