Umbrella Falls – waterfalls in the shape of an umbrella
Randha Falls – a 45 metres (148 ft) high waterfall, located about 11 kilometres (6.8 mi) from Wilson Dam. The flowing water is converted into hydroelectricity.A famous tourist spot at Bhandardara, the falls have been a backdrop in shooting of Bollywood films such as Maine Pyaar Kiya and Raju Chacha.
Nilwande Dam – another Dam built on the Pravara River for hydro-electricity generation.
Kalsubai – Highest Peak in Maharashtra 1,646 metres (5,400 ft)
Ghatghar – is a famous viewpoints which is situated at 22 kilometres (14 mi) from Bhandardara and offers excellent views of the Sahyadri range and is home to the 1st project of Udanchan Hydro-power Project of capacity 250 MW.
Agasti Rishi Ashram – situated on the banks of Pravara River this legendary place finds mention in the Ramayana. It is believed that Lord Ram, Lakshman and Sita visited Sage Agastya here. The Rishi had then offered Lord Ram a miraculous arrow which he used to kill Ravan.
Amruteshwar Temple – located at the start of the Ratanwadi village. It is considered to be over 1,200 year old dedicated to Lord Shiva as the main deity. The Amruteshwar Temple has been constructed in Hemadpanthi architectural style with beautiful rock carvings on the main shrine.
Jagdamba Temple- Situated at Tahakari village. Another Hemadpanthi temple decorated with beautiful sculpture of Apsaras. This temple is similar in style to the Khajuraho temples. The main deity of Jagadmba is made up of wood. It is one of the most famous temple in the Ahmednagar District of Maharashtra. Temple is situated on the bank of river Aadhala. Festival of Jagdamba Mata organised by local people can be seen two times in a year: 1) Chaitra Pournima- two days Yatra festival, on this occasion many peoples from nearby villages, district and state came to take Darshan of Jagdamba. 2) Navratri- 9 nights festival of Jagdamba Mata, on this occasion continuous worship of Goddess Jagdamba performed by local people can be seen. Detail information about Jagdamba Temple Tahakari can be seen at the website www.jagdambatahakari.com.