Khandala to Lonavala
– Distance, Direction, Modes of Travels & Pricing

Khandala and Lonavala are both awesome hill stations where happy travellers from Mumbai and Pune especially and other parts of Maharashtra frequent all the time for a quick and distressing weekend getaway.

Travellers have a whole gamut of options to choose from when they visit both Lonavala and Khandala. There is quite literally something to do for everyone with every visit. If you are the nature loving outdoorsy type, there are so many beautiful treks and trails that one can indulge in to enjoy the natural flora and fauna.

Khandala to Lonavala
Khandala to Lonavala

If you prefer just to relax and watch the world go by, there are several opportunities to relax and enjoy the bracing hill station weather while enjoying a paperback or even company with your family and friends.

There is also plenty to do for the adventure enthusiasts with a couple of adventure parks where you can indulge in adrenaline pumping rides and activities that are sure to keep you entertained for a couple of days at least. Finally if you are a nightlife enthusiast there are several pubs and restaurants where you can indulge in a spot of partying and let your hair down to some great places with awesome atmosphere and plenty to do, late into the wee hours of the night.

The distance between Khandala to Lonavala is quite honestly negligible and the boundaries are fairly blurred where one ends and the other one begins. In fact Google pegs the distance between Khandala to Lonavala by road at just 6 minutes which is roughly just 3.5 kilometres.

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Modes of Transport


The Khandala to Lonavala cab is barely any cost at all and plies all through the day. Most cab and rickshaw vendors will move up and down between the two hills stations for as little as Rs. 50.


Another cheaper way to travel is by the bus with plenty of stops along the way to get off and get back on to depending on where one wants to travel.

The roads are generally well paved because they form part of a national highway 48 and are in great condition should one choose to drive up and down the roughly 3.6 kilometre belt. Along this journey, there are so many awesome attractions including the market, the wax museum and a number of scenic elevated points where one can enjoy the view, the weather and also some delicious corn, potato and onion fritters in between cups of piping hot tea and coffee.

We hope this little nugget of information has proved useful for you to meander between Lonavala and Khandala well in time for your next visit to the hill stations. So don’t be waiting any longer. Rustle up in a car and head down to Lonavala and Khandala with your family and friends today. Also remember as always to make fun memories. Happy travelling!