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Devkund Waterfall Trek - Tour
Devkund Waterfall Trek
₹ 1,349
1 Day
18 Oct, 19 Oct, 25 Oct, and more
Dadar, Maharashtra
Devkund Waterfall Trek
₹ 1,349
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 in 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 Devkund Waterfalls!!!  Relish! Jump! Splash and Play!!! Batch 1 : 11th - 12th October 2019 ( Saturday Special Trek ) Batch 2 : 12th - 13th October 2019 Batch 3 : 18th - 19th October 2019 ( Saturday Special Trek ) Batch 4 : 19th - 20th October 2019 Batch 5 : 25th - 26th October 2019 ( Saturday Special Trek ) Batch 6 : 26th - 27th October 2019 read more read less
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Vasota Jungle Trek and Lake Side Camping - Tour
Vasota Jungle Trek and Lake Side Camping
₹ 3,299
2 Days
18 Oct, 22 Nov, and 27 Dec
Dadar, Maharashtra
Vasota Jungle Trek and Lake Side Camping
₹ 3,299
Grade: Moderate About Vasota Jungle Trek – Situated in the laps of Koyna Wildlife Sanctuary, Vasota Jungles are known for its flora and fauna that charms both trekkers and nature lovers. As you trek through this dense yet beautiful jungle, surprises won’t stop coming your way. You don’t really have to worry much about the season; this jungle remains green throughout the year. A serene location for both trekkers and camp lovers, Vasota trek  through jungles concludes by a camping location where you can sit by a campfire surrounded by a landscape of sparkling clear lakes and ridges of mountains making it perfect for spending quality  time in the cold evening weather. With group of energy filled people and travel buddies the evening is the beginning of another fun-filled experience. Boat Ride Koyna Backwaters– The peaceful boat ride takes you to the base village for embarking on a never-to-forget journey. Koyna backwaters remain popular for its blue waters and clear skies, so be ready to capture some spectacular shots. Camping Fun – Once you’re done with the trek, just sit and relax besides the campfire and feel serene amidst the nature’s surprises. Camping after a long day trek will give you the best unwinding experience with friends and trek buddies. Evening turns to dark night, which calls for music sessions and performances to keep everyone amused till the dawn breaks. Batch 1 : 19th & 20th October 2019 Batch 2 : 23rd & 24th November 2019 Batch 3 : 28th & 29th December 2019   read more read less
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Devkund Waterfall Trek Ex Pune - Tour
Devkund Waterfall Trek Ex Pune
₹ 999
1 Day
19 Oct, 20 Oct, 26 Oct, and more
Shivajinagar, Maharashtra
Devkund Waterfall Trek Ex Pune
₹ 999
Devkund Waterfalls Trek From Pune 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 : Saturday, 12th October 2019 Batch 2 : Sunday, 13th October 2019 Batch 3 : Saturday, 19th October 2019 Batch 4 : Sunday, 20th October 2019 Batch 5 : Saturday, 26th October 2019 Batch 6 : Sunday, 27th October 2019     read more read less
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Tikona Fort Trek - Tour
Tikona Fort Trek
₹ 1,199
16 Hours
19 Oct
Pune, Maharashtra
Tikona Fort Trek
₹ 1,199
Tikona Fort Trek   Grade: Easy |  Endurance: Easy Tikona is the dominant hill fort in Maval in western India. Tikona Fort located near Kamshet around 60 kms from Pune. This tall hill is pyramidal in shape and the name Tikona means "Triangle". Tikona Fort is a proud host to a temple of 'Trimbakeshwar Mahadev', seven water tanks and the Satvahan caves. Once at the top of the fort, one should definitely catch the views of the Pawna lake & dam and the nearby forts of Tung, Lohagad and Visapur.  Let’s come together and conquer the historical wonder Tikona Fort which has many viewpoints and ruined fortifications.  It’s time to pull up your socks and get going…. Because You’re Worth It! Fairly accessible via an easy/ moderate climb and dotted with rocky patches, the Tikona Fort also known as Vitandgad, is a perfect trekking destination for all those who wish to combine leisure with adventure. It’s a great way to take a break from the daily routine and submit your soul to nature. Ideal for first timers, this mesmeric fort is indeed scalable and also has rock-cut stairs to give you a regal feel. Batch 1 : Sunday, 07th July 2019 Batch 2 : Saturday, 13th July 2019 Batch 3 : Sunday, 04th August 2019 Batch 4 : Saturday, 24th August 2019  Batch 5 : Sunday, 1st September 2019     read more read less
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Prabalmachi Camping - Tour
Prabalmachi Camping
₹ 1,299
20 Hours
19 Oct, 09 Nov, 23 Nov, and more
Prabalmachi, Maharashtra
Prabalmachi Camping
₹ 1,299
Prabalmachi is a little hamlet hiding in the hills, so close to our megacity! It offers a picturesque backdrop of two gigantic Sahyadri peaks–Prabalgad and Kalavantin. Leave behind the city chaos and lose yourself to the mountains by spending some fun time Spend some relaxing time at Prabalmachi base village. Simply indulge in never ending conversations and share stories. Wake up to mesmerizing views of the valley and check out the city lights that will make your weekend worthwhile. About Prabalmachi Located very close to Mumbai, Prabalmachi serves as the base village for famous treks of Prabalgad and Kalavantin forts.! Batches : Batch 1 : 19th & 20th Oct 2019 Batch 2 : 09th & 10th Nov 2019 Batch 3 : 23rd & 24th Nov 2019 Batch 4 : 14th & 15th Dec 2019 Batch 5 : 28th & 29th Dec 2019   Above dates not possible? Contact us & we promise to customize above itinerary as per your convenience. Call now on 9820022466 or drop an email on info@traveltrikon.com read more read less
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Andharban Monsoon Trek - Tour
Andharban Monsoon Trek
₹ 1,499
1 Day
19 Oct and 26 Oct
Dadar, Maharashtra
Andharban Monsoon Trek
₹ 1,499
Andharban Trek - The Jungle 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. The Andharban 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 through the jungle of Andharban, 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   Please Note : Andharban Forest Trek has been closed from 15th July to 15th August by Forest Officials   Batches Batch 1 : 01st - 02nd Oct  2019Batch 2 : 04th - 05th Oct  2019 ( Saturday Trek )Batch 3 : 05th - 06th Oct  2019Batch 4 : 11th - 12th Oct  2019 ( Saturday Trek )Batch 5 : 12th - 13th Oct  2019     read more read less
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Siddhgad Machi to Bhimashankar Range Trek - Tour
Siddhgad Machi to Bhimashankar Range Trek
₹ 1,499
1 Night 2 Days
19 Oct
Kalyan, Maharashtra
Siddhgad Machi to Bhimashankar Range Trek
₹ 1,499
About Siddhagad: Siddhagad Fort is in the Murbad region in Malshej. The fort is 3232 Feet above MSL. The base village of the Siddhagad Fort is the village Narivali. You will see few remnants of the fort that was battled between British and Maratha army. Known for its history, the Siddhagad Fort is also a very famous spot among tourists and trekkers for its waterfall. Siddhagad Fort is a less explored fort and hence its natural beauty is still intact. Trekking this fort is quite difficult and needs some experience of trekking and it takes about 3-4 hours to reach the main gate of the fort. The trek up to Wadi is an easy task and the thrilling part of the trek is that the trek goes through the dense jungle of Bhimashankar Wildlife Sanctuary. When you reach the most awaited moment that is the top of Siddhagad, you will enchanted by the pleasant environment here. Cool and foggy weather will greet you here. At the Balekilla (The top of the fort) you will see a mesmerizing view of the Karnala Fort, Manikgad Fort, Kothaligad Fort and Bhimashankar Fort. You will also spot the Gorakhgad Fort and Machindragad Fort on the left side of the Siddhagad Fort if the weather is clear. The best time to visit the Siddhagad Fort is during the monsoon and especially the post monsoon season when the lush green carpets of the fort are ready to embrace you. The winter season is the perfect season to visit the fort to experience the beautify fogy atmosphere on the top. Bhimashankar: Known as one of the 12 ‘Jyotirlings’ of India, Bhimashankar is a popular place for a pilgrimage in India. Bhimashankar is nestled approximately 3500 feet high up in the hills. Covered in dense and thick forest, Bhimashankar journey is a journey you will always remember for its architecture and artistic significance.  Bhimashankar is also known for the thick dense jungle which is also a sanctuary. It has declared be a sanctuary by the Government of Maharashtra. If you see, the sanctuary, it is little small which is approximately around only about 100 sq. km. Bhimashankar is a home to various varieties of animals such as Barking deer, Porcupines, Grey Jungle fowls, Leopard, Sambhar, Hanuman langur, Rhesus macaque, Wild pig and Flying Squirrel etc. Bhimashankar is also a home to a highly endangered subspecies of the Indian Giant Squirrel – Shekharu (Ratufa indica elphistoni), which is also the state animal of Maharashtra.   Bhimashankar: To mention about Bhimashankar, a major attraction is the Shiva Temple. This popular temple is approximately 1200 – 1400 years old and is built on the Hemad Panthi style. You will be amazed to witness the painting and the sculptures on the roof and on the pillars of the temple. You will also see a huge metal bell cast in 1729 hanging in the front of the temple. Bhimashankar is a place for all those who love to explore art and are in search of a unique destination. You will also be surprised to see a 15-20 feet high “Deepmala” or lamppost in the outer corridor of the temple. You will be very fascinated while exploring this place and your eyes will never get bored of the olden art here. At Bhimashankar, you will also find a stone which is very special. The reason for its specialty is that you will find an inscription on the stone on a lamppost. To add more to the information of this highly recommended place is that, the river named Chandrabhaga at Pandharpur have an original name which is ‘Bhima’. This river Bhima is originated at Bhimashankar.  Siddhagad: The Siddhagad Fort has two parts: The lower part is called as Siddhagad Machi (or Siddhagad Wadi) and it is located at about 1400feet above MSL. Whereas, the upper part of the Siddhagad Fort is known as Bale Killa (Citadel) and is located at about 3235 feet above MSL. Around 300 people reside at the Siddhagad Machi in a small village known as the Siddhagad Wadi Village. A renowned name in history the Siddhagad Fort is remembered during in the events occurred in the Indian freedom Movement as two fighters Bhai Kotwal and Hiraji Patil were shot dead here by British on 2nd Jan 1943. On a route to Siddhagad you will also find a memorial of those freedom fighters on the opposite side of Narivali Village. Siddhagad means Valour Fort.  Siddhagad Fort is an old hill fort built by Shilahaar Dynasty in the 9th century. The Siddhagad Fort has a huge contribution in history and has highlighted its name in contributing in the Independence war against the British rule 1857-1947. read more read less
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Malshej Ghat (Old Trek Route) - Tour
Malshej Ghat (Old Trek Route)
₹ 1,299
22 Hours
19 Oct
Malshej Ghat (Old Trek Route)
₹ 1,299
Description Malshej ghat is beautiful throughout the year. From the new tourist point made near the tunnel in Malshej ghat have you ever noticed there is a trail that descends into the valley? It starts near MTDC and ends near base of Kalu Waterfall. The route is ancient with carving of Guardian God Ganesha and water carstens  and occasional rock cut steps. Most of the path is shaded and you hardly get exposed to Sun. In the month of October the trail is decorated with various wild flowers. There is a reference of Maratha army descending from this route during Vasai Expedition against Portuguese. After the trek we get a chance to take a dip in clean blue waters of Kalu river and relax the muscles.  With extended monsoon there are smaller waterfalls throughout the route which makes the route very enjoyable.    read more read less
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Kelshi to Ladghar Beach Trek - Tour
Kelshi to Ladghar Beach Trek
₹ 3,650
3 Days
25 Oct, 22 Nov, and 20 Dec
Dadar, Maharashtra
Kelshi to Ladghar Beach Trek
₹ 3,650
The softness of a sandy trail, often frequented by rocks, this 2-day trek will have you cross creeks by boat and listen to the silence after the swish of the tides. The beach trail will also let you explore the delicacies of a certain authentic konkani cuisine, after of course a visit to the fish auction market. Icing on the cake-camping on the beach. Batch 1 : 21st - 22nd September 2019 Batch 2 : 26th - 27th October 2019 Batch 3 : 23rd - 24th November 2019 Batch 4 : 21st - 22nd December 2019 read more read less
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