Khandala is a hill station within the Western Ghats in the Maharashtra state of India. The hill station is found at the highest end of the Bhor Ghat, a significant ghat on the road link between the Deccan Plateau and also the Konkan plain. Khandala is a common area for hiking due to the convenience of accessibility from nearby cities. There are quite a few number of places to visit, some of them include the vantage spots like Rajmachi Point and Sunset Point, dramatic three tiered Kune waterfalls, serene Tamhini ghat mountain pass, ancient caves of Bhaja and Karla which are adorned with the etchings of Buddhist religion and the Ancient Jail which was built in 1896, during which founders of St Xaviers college were jailed as POWs by a people rulers. It is a beautiful place which has got a good share of natureâ€™s alluring beauty, along with the lush green forest covers, misty valleys, and cascading waterfalls. Khandala experiences an average temperature of 24.3 degree celsius and the annual rainfall is recorded at 4541 mm per year.