Rajmachi Fort is a mainstream goal for nature darlings, trekkers and for open air campers. In the stormy season from mid-June to mid-October, this locale is all the more lovely with mists, gleaming water falls, streams, lavish green woods and glades.Neighborhood families at Udhewadi on Fort Rajmachi welcome trekkers and nature sweethearts. The neighborhood families give nourishment and outdoors settlement to the sightseers.
The tourism has empowered the nearby network to surrender customary occupations like agribusiness and dairy cattle raising.Truly, Rajmachi Fort was a key fortification to control Borghat the Ghat amongst Khopoli and Khandala on Mumbai-Pune course which was an authentic exchange course. It was in the ownership of Angre family, the leader of the Maratha naval force in the eighteenth century.
There are chronicled water supplies and demolishes of strongholds, bulwarks, and portals on both the Ballekillas. A view from the highest point of the strongholds of the encompassing slopes and valleys is very entrancing. A Shiv Mandir worked in the Hemdapanti style of design, around in the eighth century, on the west end of a major verifiable water store merits going to. The water repository was built in 1780, by Ramrao Narayanrao Desmukh, Mamalatdar of Danda Rajpuri.Rajmachi Fort can be come to by two approach courses from Karjat Taluka of Raigad District, one from the correct bank of Ulhas stream from towns Kondivde, Kondhane or Mundhyachi Thakurwadi and the second from Salpe town. Both the courses include a precarious scale by walking, of around 500 meters. It isn't conceivable to drive a vehicle on these two courses. The main course from towns Kondivde, Kondhane or Mundhyachi Thakurwadi achieves Rajmachi at Jambhul Met on the west side of Manaranjan Balekilla. The other course from Salpe town achieves Rajmachi at Hijadkhana, on the north west of Manaranjan Balekilla.
Near Kalbhairavnath Temple, there is some space that can be used as a campsite. Those who do not want to stay outside can stay inside the temple. There is a tank, which is 100m away on a path to the left of the temple, water is available here. One has to cook his own food or buy some village-made food of Bhakri and Chutney. Once the trekkers reach the fort, one will realize that the climb was really meaningful.
Opposite to Kalbhairavnath Temple, there is another fort called Shreevardhan. The fort has lots of secret tunnels leading to battlements. There is a place called Manranjan behind the temple that gives one a nice view of the plains. Trekkers who want to explore the area can go the base of Manranjan where there are some simple rock-cut caves. The return route is easier to follow; still, trekkers are to be careful while getting down from the steep slopes.