Duke's Point at a height of 2506 feet is the highest point in the region that offers the interrupted view of the lush greenery and cultivated fields of the Khandala and the surrounding Sahyadri peaks. The place owes its name to Duke of Wellington, an Anglo-Irish soldier, and statesman, whose nose resembles the pointed nose of the cliff. To reach the Duke's Point, one need to trek and sometimes climb for approximately 45 - 60 minutes from the main railway station of Khandala. It's bumpy, and uneven trails make it a perfect place to be for trekkers and climber.
From Khandala Railway Station, one will have to walk for approximately 30-45 minutes to reach the Duke's Nose.
The luscious surrounding of Visapur Fort makes a perfect background for camping. Travelers even trek through the bumpy yet beautiful trails to reach the fort.