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Rajmachi Hill Top Cottages

Hill top cottages are available at Rajmachi with unlimited hot tea, breakfast, lunch and dinner. Charges are Rs. 1600/- per person. For booking cottages Call Mrs. Sonali - 9552539132.Really nice experience to stay here. More than 1000 peoples visiting Rajmachi Fort on every weekends. There are two routes to come here.
1. One from Karjat- take a Auto rickshaw and come at Kondhane village from this point trek started. On the way attractions are Kondhane Caves, Water fall, Jungle and natural beauty...It takes 3-3.5 hrs to reach the top....
2. Second one is from Lonavala- take a turn at Della Adventure and travel straight up to the Udhewadi village. or Park your vehicle after Della and start trekking. 
Below is the images of the last weekend trekker group of Ajinkya Dhakorkar.















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Waterfall Street near Pune and Mumbai

Do you know the waterfall street near Pune and Mumbai. It is an unexplored area near Lonavala.
Khandi Waterfalls...Many many peoples visiting bushi dam in Lonavala, but I discovered the new place which is 25km from Lonavala and its not wrong , If I will say " Waterfall Street"

To reach this place you have to come to Kanhe phata then take a turn towards Takavw MIDC. After crossing the MIDC your waterfall street will start. First water is shown in first picture below. Some construction work were done and looking as like a bushi dam step. One very big advatage here is, it is a safe waterfall. Second accesible water fall is a Dahuli village. You have to park the vehicle and go by walk. There is a Guha behind this waterfall. If you bring the lunch then you can take in "GUHA", natural home.....

On this street, there are 12-15 waterfalls. After crossing all, don't miss to reach the Ghat Section after Khandi Village...which is the dead end of the road. All street were…