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Devkund Waterfall Trek
₹ 1,300
1 Day
24 Jun, 01 Jul, 08 Jul, and more
Dadar, Maharashtra
Devkund Waterfall Trek
₹ 1,300
Devkund Waterfalls Trek – Unveiling a Hidden Secret Grade: Easy  |  Endurance: Easy Your hunt for a secluded and away from the chaotic ambiance ends at Devkund Waterfalls Trek. Here’s a chance to visit one of the most unexplored and unheard waterfall on Maharashtra. The destination next that keeps the monsoon bliss on is none other than the Devkund Falls. Dense, beautiful and filled with various shades of green, Devkund Waterfalls is a home to many unexplored species of wilderness. As you trek along the paths, you’ll get a thrilling experience of embarking on unmapped trails pushing behind all the hurdles and bushes that come your way. A sight to behold would be the moment you reach the Waterfalls!!! Relish! Jump! Splash and Play!!! Batch 1 : Sunday , 24th June 2018 Batch 2 : Sunday , 01st July 2018 Batch 3 : Sunday , 08th July 2018 Batch 4 : Saturday , 14th July 2018 ( Saturday Special Batch ) Batch 5 : Sunday , 15th July 2018 Batch 6 : Sunday , 22nd July 2018 Batch 7 : Sunday , 29th July 2018 read more read less
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Rajmachi & Kondane Caves Monsoon Trek
₹ 1,550
1 Night 2 Days
23 Jun, 14 Jul, 28 Jul, and more
Lonavala, Maharashtra
Rajmachi & Kondane Caves Monsoon Trek
₹ 1,550
Rajmachi & Kondane Caves Monsoon Trek  Grade: Medium |  Endurance: Medium  Rajmachi (Udhewadi) is a small village in the rugged mountains of Sahayadri in India.  The fortification at Rajmachi consists of two forts, namely Shrivardhan Fort and Manoranjan Fort. Rajmachi Fort is a popular trekking destination. It is a very famous fort located near two famous hills of Maharashtra, Lonavala and Khandala. Historically, Rajmachi fort was a strategic fort to control Borghat(ghat between Khopoli and Khandala on Mumbai-Pune route) which was a historical trade route. The fort played a strategic role in the First Anglo-Maratha War. Rajmachi Fort has been declared as a protected monument. Batch 1 : 23rd June - 24th June 2018 Batch 2 : 14th July - 15th July 2018 Batch 3 : 28th July - 29th July 2018  Batch 3 : 11th Aug - 12th Aug 2018   read more read less
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Kalsubai Monsoon Trek
₹ 1,299
1 Day
23 Jun, 29 Jun, 07 Jul, and more
Mumbai, Maharashtra
Kalsubai Monsoon Trek
₹ 1,299
Kalsubai Monsoon Trek Grade: Easy |  Endurance: Medium  Why Kalsubai should be your next trekking destination this monsoon? Surrounded by lush green forests and fields, the trekking route towards Maharashtra’s Highest Peak is a surreal experience for all the nature lovers and trek enthusiasts. Challenging yet fun-filled, trek towards the highest summit will test your patience and offer an amazing panaromic view of several more mountain ranges like Alang, Madangad, Kulang, Ratangad (south west) and to the south Pabhargad, Ghanchakkar & Harishchandragad. Also, attempting to climb the most wish-listed mountain in the Sahyadri offers a great sense of achievement for most of the trekking enthusiasts Story behind Kalsubai – Unveiled It is truly believed by the local villagers that a house maid residing in a nearby village had disappeared near the mountain while trying to escape her employer's harsh suffering. This gives the mountain its present name as well as a reason for this temple to be built in her memory. More about the climbing patches and Summit (Kalsubai Shikhar) Nestled among several slopes, Kalsubai is a mix of easy to ascend slopes as well as rocky patches overlooking the valley below. To reach the Summit, Govt. has built many iron ladders along the vertical hill slopes. Before the final lap, there comes a resting post where you can halt and enjoy having hot tea as well as crispy snacks. On the peak, there exists a temple devoted to Kalsubai Mata where local villagers offer prayers and perform Pujas during festivals. Batch 1 :  16th - 17th June 2018 Batch 2 :  23rd - 24th June 2018 Batch 3 :  29th - 30th June 2018 ( Saturday Special Batch ) Batch 4 :   07th - 08th July 2018 Batch 5 :  13th - 14th July 2018 ( Saturday Special Batch ) Batch 5 :   21st - 22nd July 2018 read more read less
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Andharban Trek
₹ 1,299
1 Day
23 Jun, 30 Jun, 06 Jul, and more
Dadar, Maharashtra
Andharban Trek
₹ 1,299
Andharban Trek Grade: Medium |  Endurance: Medium  Imagine yourself in the middle of dark jungles, finding routes, viewing valleys and crossing ghats, sound adventurous?? Yeah!!!! You’ll be doing all this at Andharban – The Dark forest Trek. This trek is majorly based on descending from the peak. It is one of the most stunning treks and there are lots of things to explore. You will be walking on ridge that gives a scintillating view of the Kundalika Valley, Bhira dam and the various mountain ranges of Tamhini ghat. While you’re trekking, there will be coverage of evergreen forests which covers you with a relaxing shade in first half of the trek (6-8 kms).The trek then descends down in Konkan to reach Bhira (4 kms).The same valley is the origin of the Kundalika river famous for its white water river rafting and other adventure activities Batch 1 : 23rd June - 24th June 2018 Batch 2 : 30th June - 01st July 2018 Batch 3 : 06th July - 07th July 2018 ( Saturday Special Batch ) Batch 4 : 07th July  - 08th July 2018 Batch 5 : 14th July - 15th July 2018 Batch 6 : 20th July - 21st July 2018 ( Saturday Special Batch ) Batch 7 : 21st July - 22nd July 2018 Batch 8 : 28th July - 29th July 2018   read more read less
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Koraigad Monsoon Trek
₹ 1,199
16 Hours
30 Jun, 21 Jul, and 25 Aug
Dadar, Maharashtra
Koraigad Monsoon Trek
₹ 1,199
Koraigad Monsoon Trek   Grade: Easy|  Endurance: Easy Have you noticed a grand fort standing high upon a hill overlooking the Aamby Valley in Lonavala? That’s Koraigad and we plan to get you to the top of the fort! Koraigad is conveniently located in Lonavala, close enough to be easily accessible for one-day getaway and far enough to avoid the touristy hustle-bustle at the popular spots. The fort also houses a couple of refreshing and usually clean ponds which are a treat to the eyes with the clouds floating by during monsoons. Such a relaxing sight! Since it is a short trek, it leaves ample time for fun activities along the way. A pit-stop on the way will provide an exquisite view of the Aamby Valley and the lake. Don’t miss it! Situated about 20 kms outside Lonavala, Koraigad fort stands little over 900m above sea level. One can easily find a flight of about 500 steps laid out to reach the fort from Pethshahpur village in less than an hour. Another route from Ambavne village is more challenging during rains as it becomes slippery. The fort was named after Goddess Koraidevi. Her temple, which has recently been renovated and restored, can be visited inside the fort along with two other temples dedicated to Vishnu and Shiva. Batch 1 : Saturday , 30th June Batch 2 : Saturday , 21st July Batch 3 : Saturday , 25th August read more read less
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Ratangad Monsoon Trek
₹ 1,299
1 Day
30 Jun, 27 Jul, and 28 Jul
Dadar, Maharashtra
Ratangad Monsoon Trek
₹ 1,299
Ratangad Monsoon Trek Grade: Medium |  Endurance: Medium  As the name suggest, it's a ‘jewel’ of a fort situated atop a hill overlooking the Bhandardara region. Kalsubai peak and the Konkan-Kada are visible from here, along with a number of waterfalls! Standing tall amid other great peaks of Alang, Kulang, Kalsubai, and Katrabai, this fort is also a part of the Ajoba mountain range. The caves up there can shelter dozens of trekkers at a time. The view of lakes from atop will leave you speechless! Batch 1 : 30th June - 01st July 2018 Batch 2 : 27th July - 28th July 2018 ( Saturday Special Batch ) Batch 3 : 28th July - 29th July 2018 read more read less
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Lohagad Fort Monsoon Trek
₹ 999
1 Day
01 Jul and 05 Aug
Dadar, Maharashtra
Lohagad Fort Monsoon Trek
₹ 999
Lohagad Monsoon Trek Grade: Easy | Endurance: Easy  Lohagad or the Iron Fort is a typical choice if it’s your first trek considering the easy grade. However, it doesn’t disappoint experienced climbers either, thanks to the inviting weather and the lush green scenery during monsoons. Loaded with a rich historical significance, the Lohagad trek surely deserves a place in your bucket list this season! Lohagad is one of the many hill forts of Maharashtra state in India. Situated close to the hill station Lonavala and 52 km (32 mi) northwest of Pune.Lohagad overlooks the Pavana reservoir, located to the south of the mountain. Batch 1 : Sunday , 01st July 2018 Batch 2 : Sunday , 05th August 2018 read more read less
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Visapur Monsoon Trek
₹ 999
16 Hours
01 Jul
Dadar, Maharashtra
Visapur Monsoon Trek
₹ 999
Visapur Monsoon Trek Grade: Medium |  Endurance: Medium  This mighty fort is located just 9 km away from Malavi station. Visapur fort is larger than Lohagad which is known to be its twin fort. There are 2 routes by which you can trek towards this beautiful monument One from Malavi station, the second route from Tar road which is a new construction from the Bhaje caves to Lohagad village base. During the monsoons, you can witness nature’s beauty that is the waterfall! A beautiful waterfall will grab all your attention and make you forget everything. If you are a beginner or a trekker looking for an easy trek to explore, then this trek is just for you! About This fort was captured by Shivaji Maharaj when the Mughal could not handle it anymore and had to give up. Using higher elevation to Lohagad the British troops captured the fort by setting up cannons on Visapur and destroyed Lohagad. In 1818 AD, the fort was captured by the British Raj. As this fort had a huge significance its south and north gateways were blown up. read more read less
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Sondai Fort Monsoon Trek
₹ 749
16 Hours
01 Jul and 26 Aug
Aamrai, Maharashtra
Sondai Fort Monsoon Trek
₹ 749
Sondai Fort Monsoon Trek Grade: Easy |  Endurance: Easy Sondai fort is a hidden beauty of Karjat. It is not a popular destination but it will blow your mind for sure! This Fort is a part of the Matheran range. This is one of the best treks to visit during monsoons near Mumbai. From Sonewadi base village it takes 15-20 mins to reach the plateau. 2 adjoined cisterns reserve water. We can have a view of Gavari hill from here. After climbing the carved stairs one can see dried cistern also on the right side a ladder is available to ascend. As the place is believed to be sacred due to the Sondai temple one must take off their shoes and continue their trek. After climbing the rock patch one can see 2 cisterns in which one huge pillar stands tall. The top view gives a splendid view of the Matheran Mountain range. Green landscapes and even foggy pinnacle during the monsoon! Batch 1 : Sunday , 01st July 2018 Batch 2 : Sunday , 26th August 2018 read more read less
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