Khanvel is located in the Union Territory of Dadra and Nagar Haveli, around 25 kilometres from the region of Silvassa. Khanvel is popular among travellers for its green forests and vast water bodies.
Other than several wildlife reserves and sanctuaries located in the region, Khanvel is popular for its ancient culture and history. The region of Khanvel was once inhabited by tribal families.
The attractions in Khanvel include the water sports complex of River Damanganga, where there are facilities for many adventure sports. Other natural attractions located here include the Madhuban Dam and Dudhni Falls.
The Church of Our Lady of Piety is one of the popular attractions in Khanvel and also one of the oldest churches in India. The Bindrabin temple here is one of the oldest temples of the region and India as well. The tribal museum in Khanvel displays the ancient history of the tribal culture and the heritage of the families that resided here.
The nearest rail head to Khanvel is at Vapi, at a distance of 59 km and the nearest airport is in Diu, 268 km away. The region of Khanvel experiences a tropical kind of climate similar to that of Silvassa. The destination can be visited anytime during the year, except during the monsoons because of the heavy rainfall.