Bhandardara | India
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Bhandardara

Bhandardara is a beautiful yet less known hill station near Mumbai in North Maharashtra state.

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Bhandardara is well connected to other parts of Maharashtra by roads. By train The nearest railway station is Igatpuri which is 45 km from Bhandardara. Igatpuri is situated on Mumbai-Nashik rail route. From Igatpuri, you can take state transport bus (commonly known as ST bus) service or private taxi to reach Bhandardara. By road Bhandardara is easily accessible from all parts of Maharashtra by road. State highway 44 (SH# 44) goes through this town. From Mumbai/Thane If you are coming from Mumbai, on national highway 3 (NH# 3), you have to take right turn after passing the Ghoti toll post. The distance from Ghoti to Bhandardara is around 30 km and the road has mild curves and bends. You can you local train too. Get off at Kasara station from Central railway. There are a number of tempos available to take you Bhandardara lake side camp, it roughly takes around 3 hours. From Nashik From Nashik, take NH# 3 towards south up to Ghoti and take left. From here continue on Ghoti-Bhandardara road for around 23 km and then take slight left onto SH# 44 and you will reach Bhandardara. From Sangamner From Sangamner, it is around 63 km towards west on the SH# 44. From Pune From Pune, Bhandardara is about 175 km. You need to take Pune-Nashik road (NH# 50) up to Ghargaon. From Ghargaon, take left on the SH# 21 and continue driving up to Bhandardara. At Kotul, SH# 21 turns slightly left and becomes SH# 44 which takes you to Bhandardara.

Bhandardara