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Village Durshet, Khalapur, Raigadh, Khopoli, KHALAPUR, Durshet , 410202 | Show on Map
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Set on 7 acres of land, featuring a swimming pool, the Durshet Forest Lodgeis located 5 km away from the Adlabs Imagica (amusement park) and 13 km from the Lowjee Railway Station.A total of 27 cottages, dormitories and tents are available for accommodation.
Rooms are equipped with amenities such as separate sitting area, night lamps and an attached bathroom. Durshet Forest Lodge has an on-site dining hall and a lush green garden with a sitting arrangement. An artificial waterfall, an indoor game room and a cricket ground are also available within the property.
This lodge in Khalapurdurshet has a conference room for hosting business meets.Places of interest include Bati Lake (4 km), Adlabs Aquamagica (amusement park) (6 km) and Aadoshi Range of Waterfalls (28 km). Khopoli Bus Station is 14 km and Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport is 80 km away from the property.
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by SharadK184 on September 24, 2018
We were here as part of a team outing and we stayed overnight. The entire resort is massive and decently maintained. The rooms are also fine. But the food is horrible. There was not a single meal that we enjoyed. The chicken starter that we ordered was possible the worst non-veg starter we have ever had. Even the buffet food is very ordinary. The bread served for breakfast was stale. There is a swimming pool which is pretty decent and another location which has facility for a rain dance. Ok for people who enjoy such things. The adventure sports offered by the resort are pretty good. Facilities like carrom , TT and kids play area are available but very poorly maintained. There seems to be not enough staff to cater to the massive area. Whenever we needed something, not many caretakers were to be seen. Even the office is not always occupied. Parking is also a problem considering the number of visitors including buses that come here. Overall, this resort is ok for a day trip. Definitely needs to improve the quality and taste of food.
by Voyager D on September 22, 2018
Been here multiple time with friends. At a driving distance from Mumbai and Pune. If you are adventure lover then this place is good for a quick weekend trip. They have rooms from dormitories for large groups to luxury stay for family and couples. Activities like birdwatching, trek will make you love the nature. They also have adventure activities like zip line, Burma Bridge, tarzan jump, net climbing and archery. Good spacious dinning area where they serve almost like home cook food.
by Hamsini R on August 20, 2018
The property is not great, it's advertised as having 23 acres but somehow the resort is quite limited. There is a small, poorly maintained play area for kids, two swimming pools (only one of which is actually suitable for use). The rooms and food are not great, however, go here if you want the experience of activities (zip lining, Tarzan swing, Burma bridge, mud slide and the trail into Durshet forest). The activities are conducted nicely, but do note that there is no kayaking etc as advertised. If you can find another place to stay in Durshet / Khopoli and still access the forest activities, please choose that. If at all you choose to stay here go for the luxury tents.
by baburajn on August 20, 2018
An excellent resort around 2 he 150 km from Mumbai and around 75 km from Vashi with lot of activities to chill out with families and friends . We were 4 families and had booked the newly constructed A/c tents for a night .the tents were amazing which matches any five star hotel rooms. The check in is at 5 pm and check out at 3pm As u check in u are served with high tea with snacks followed by an activity. We didnt opt for that. The next day morning after the typical maharashtrian style buffet breakfast (Poha/Missal Pav, bhurji, upma, sandwich, bread jam we were assigned a person to take us through the nature trail activities. We started with a Tarzan swig where one has to swing across a pond with out falling into it. It was amazing. From there we proceeded to a natural slide with water and soap water. We avoided this as the pond in which u finally land was dirty. From there we proceeded for a mud bath where we had a tug of war within ourself and the team that losses were to be given a Bud bath. That was also very interesting. From there finally to a natural waterfall where we had a good time and cleaning ourself. All these were walking through a dense forest which took us almost 3hrs. After this we returned to the room had a bath and then after little chilling had our lunch which includes both veg and non veg We checked out at 3pm. The stay was amazing and entertainingly well. I hope they maintain the tents same this . We would sure like to go again to this place next time when i am in Mumbai Regard Baburaj nair
by Ash_Kr on August 6, 2018
When you think of taking your team out of city for a day, the first thing that comes to your mind is a confined and managed natural trail with a set of outdoor activities. Therefore, when annual team outing at our IT company was to be organized, our quick search had found Durshet Natural Lodge as the perfect fit for our requirements. At that time, we didn't know what a colossal mistake we had committed. Their booking manager (named Sayali) doesn't only lack communication etiquettes, she needs an extensive course in customer management as well. She was not only rude to us but her apathy to even consider our slightest requests left us stunned. As we were not left with enough time to look elsewhere, we decided to go ahead with the place in a hope that it will be just the booking manager that is bad, rest everything will be great. And weren't we terribly wrong! Upon reaching the resort, we found it under complete chaos. They had bitten much more than they could chew and invited excessive number of guests. We went for the breakfast and the place was full of people. There was a practical loot for food and the food in question was so preposterous, that the words fall short to describe it. A "sambhar" that looked like a yellow coloured water, horrendously chopped "Idli", a semi cooked "Egg Bhurji" that had water in it and a brutally cold tea that had no taste. We were stunned at the horrific quality of the breakfast. The attitude shown by the booking manager led us believe that the resort will be of uncompromising quality and from the state of the breakfast we realized that it might not be the case. We only hoped for things to be better from here on. After checking-in, we were told that a guide will be assigned to us to take us through the trail. The first stop was for "Archery", and believe it or not, it was the most weird archery setup that we have seen in our entire lives combined together. Some horrific bows made up of flimsy plastic, arrows with vacuum nose in front of them. This setup is extremely cheap and is strictly for kids. To our dismay, we were told that each individual will get to shoot only two arrows. So the resort has invested in a game with kid's equipment and that too has been restricted to a meagre two arrows per person. Incredible! We were then taken to the main trail, where at each stop/activity we were made to wait at least for 20 mins, as the other groups has already crowded the place and there were hardly any organizers. All the activities, Tarzan Swing, Mud Splash, Burma Bridge and Zip Lining are borderlining ridiculously executed. There is no management and everything is left to some adolescents to manage. But we didn't encounter the real horror till then. It was the food served as lunch that tormented us the most. 2 curries that had liters of oil put in them, rice and a terrible loot for wheat breads. The entire staff was busy having food themselves rather serving guests. The person serving "Wheat Bread" or "Roti" categorically refused to give more than one piece of bread as there were too many takers. On the name of desert there were ice cold "Jalebis" that probably were made at least a day before. The lunch had left us scarred for life. It was nothing short of trauma, that was increased multifold by stray dogs barking at people and scaring them for their life. There is a small swimming pool next to a small shower that has one precise speaker that makes music for "the rain dance". The person playing music lets every song play at its full length and the songs were from early 2000's to say the least. By the evening, we were traumatized enough that we wanted to escape from this horrendous place as soon as possible. We were a group of 42 individuals and each one now believes that this place is a sheer waste of money and nothing else. While the trail is quite decent, the activities included are petulant and the management is a big ZERO in this resort. You have been warned. Please save your money and time. There must be some better places out there than this one. Try a bit harder and find them. Else, you will have a resentful team like ours, even after spending 50k INR.
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