The Shreevardhan and Manoranjan pinnacles are different attractions. The Shreevardhan Peak is the taller of the two, with a stature of 130 m from the level. This pinnacle can be moved from the Udhewadi town in 30 minutes. The Manoranjan Peak, at a stature of 80 m from the level, can likewise be come to from the Udhewadi town. Manoranjan is well known for its solid dividers and water tanks. There is a sanctuary between these two pinnacles, frequently utilized as an asylum by trekkers climbing the pinnacles. The sanctuary offers a perspective of the farmland, and additionally the remains of many fortifications, water tanks and water falls.
There are four antiquated Buddhist hollows at the base of the Twin pinnacles that are likewise gone by a great many people. Getting to Rajmachi is simple. Via air, the closest airplane terminal is Mumbai from where cabs are accessible to Rajmachi. By rail, the nearest station to Rajmachi is Lonavala station, which is all around associated with Mumbai.