Ramsukh Resorts is a rainforest resort. The resort is covered by more than 2000 rainforest trees in addition to our plantation. The natural beauty and location of the resort has made it a unique resort in Mahabaleshwar. You will enjoy our 5-star amenities amongst the nature. The weather is cool even in summer due to the surrounding forest!
We are known for our premium vegetarian food which will leave you very satisfied and we have an in-house bakery. We have a variety of stay options including not only various deluxe and premium category rooms and suites but also the Solitaires which are 5 private luxurious suites with unique decor for each room. Some of these suites have private pools and private jungles, while some have jacuzzi. Our two super luxurious private bungalows with swimming pools and massive lawns are also available on rent. Our activities like guided jungle trek, valley walk, heritage temple visit, evening entertainment, star gazing and disco coupled with spa and open gypsy night ride achieves a great balance of fun and relaxation. The swimming pool deck at our resort has a view of the entire forest which could easily qualify as one of the best in the region. We are continually improving to serve our guests even better!
As Maharashtra's most popular hill station, Mahabaleshwar abounds with destinations for sightseeing and picnicking. At the same time, there are several destinations around Mahabaleshwar which are of equal tourist interest. All these places are within a range of 30 to 80 kms from the town and can be conveniently reached by car / taxi / bus.
On the way to Mahabaleshwar from Pune, Panchgani is a quaint little town known for its perennially salubrious climate. The famed tableland of Panchgani attracts tourists in large numbers and is a popular filming spot. The town is home to several prestigious residential schools.
A historic town situated at the foothills of the mighty Sahyadris, Wai is home to numerous ancient temples. The Marathi Encyclopaedia Centre is also based in Wai.
Located at a distance of 24 kms from Mahabaleshwar, Pratapgarh Fort bears mute testimony to the heroic deeds of the great Maratha leader, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj.
The Fort houses a temple dedicated to goddess Bhavani Mata and a seventeen feet statue of Shivaji. Near the fort lies the dargah of Afzal Khan, who was killed in a clash with the Maratha warrior king.
Tapola Lake - is a picturesque place 25 kms from Mahabaleshwar. The winding drive to the lake through dense forest is a treat to the eyes. Tapola is located at the confluence of the Koyna and Solshi rivers, and boasts of the biggest dam (Shivsagar) of Maharashtra. Tourists flock to the famous boat club at Tapola, which is known for its boating and water sports activities.
Arthur Seat Point
Lodwick Point (Sunset)
Jam Factory (Factory Discount Stall)
Lingmala Water Fall (Only in Mansoon)
Extra Visit Rs. 300/-
Bhavani Mata Mandir
Statue of Shivaji Maharaj
Kadelot Point (Punishment)
Ganapati Mandir Wai
Kashi Vishveshwar Mandir
Dhom Dam & Menawaly
Extra Visit Rs. 450/- for 3.00 Hrs.