Monsoon is the season when the gorgeous Western Ghats comes in full vigor and numerous tourists set out to explore its unparalleled scenic beauty. Embedded in this mountain range, Bhandardara is a marvelous hill station that captivates the beholders with its lush greenery, veiling the lofty mountains, and feisty falls and streams. Located in the Ahmednagar district of Maharashtra, it is a village set on the bank of Pravara River. Check out how monsoon makes Bhandardara an inviting retreat to the lap of nature.
Romance with nature. The pristine and unspoiled natural beauty of Bhandardara is magical, a paradise for nature lovers.
Enchanting tranquility encases Bhandardara. The serene ambience blends in beautifully with the charismatic views all around.
Abode of the highest peak in Maharashtra, Mount Kalsubai. Standing tall, it invites trekkers to explore the riveting beauty of Western Ghats from high above.
Spectacular roaring waterfalls. In the monsoon, Umbrella Falls and Randha Falls enchant the tourists.
Taste of adventure amid the scenic village. Bhandardara serves as a base point for many treks and hikes.
Wilson Dam, built in 1910 on the Pravara River, is the largest earthen dam in India and boasts the excellent engineering skills of ancient era. A garden at its base hosts thick greenery, tall trees and beautiful streams.
Nearby forts stand as testaments of ancient glory, offering panoramic view of Sahyadris.
A blue gem amidst the vibrant greens. Arthur Lake is a serene blue lake in Bhandardara, fed by the Pravara River.
So as the monsoon comes to drench you, don’t miss to see how it drenches the beautiful Bhandardara!