The trek to Ramachi will definitely make you exhausted. However, if you plan to explore more places you need one more day to visit nearby locations. Lonavala is the nearest city and hill station to the Rajmachi Fort. Tourists can explore the below places in Lonavala:
Bushi Dam, Lonavala
This is one of the most popular tourist points in Lonavala. In monsoon, people enjoy the freshwater shower while sitting on the dam steps. In monsoon, this spot is overcrowded by tourists on weekends and holidays in monsoon.
Ekvira Temple, Lonavala
This temple is around 17 minutes drive from Lonavala. It is primarily visited by Koli and Agri people but it is also worship by other Hindu communities.
Karla Caves, Lonavala
Situated next to the Ekvira Temple in Lonavala these caves believed to build date back to 160 BCE. The Karla caves are famous for the “Grand Chaitya” in the Cave 8. It is the largest chaitya hall hosting fine sculptures.
Lohgad Fort, Lonavala
If you are still not tired with the Rajmachi Trek, this is a medium trek for you. The fort is situated on an elevation of 1,033 m above the sea level. Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj used this fort to keep his treasury.