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Holi Special Kumta to Gokarna Trek and Vibhooti Waterfall - Tour
Holi Special Kumta to Gokarna Trek and Vibhooti Waterfall
₹ 6,499
3 Nights 4 Days
07 Mar
Kumta, Karnataka
Holi Special Kumta to Gokarna Trek and Vibhooti Waterfall
₹ 6,499
If you want to do something different this time when you set out to enjoy nature, this beach trek is for you! With every step you take, there will be sound of waves crashing onto colorful rocks, golden sand and breathtaking views with every little hill you climb. Also, did we mention there’s a ferry ride, camping on a beach and sleeping under the stars? Yeah, it’s magical. You might even spot dolphins if you’re lucky! Need we say more?  About Apsarakonda The “pond of the angels” or Apsarakonda is said to be of ancient origin. The beauty of the place will leave you awestruck. It can be reached after a small trek through the jungle. The water flows down through the roots of a peepal tree that descends to the pond below. The mystery doesn’t end here. Hidden behind the foliage are the caves that were once occupied by Pandavas during their exile, as per popular belief. Monsoon is the best time to visit this place. About Vibhooti Fall Tranquility at its best can be experienced at Vibhooti Falls, Karnataka. This small length cascading waterfalls is bliss and is surely a hidden treasure as tourists hardly reach here. Located close to the icon Yana Caves, Vibhooti Falls is a much-awaited destination. About Kumta-Gokarna Situated by the Konkan Railway route, the trail between Kumta and Gokarna connects more than 10 clean and beautiful beaches on the northern tip of Karnataka. Most are untouched by regular tourists and only shelter few shacks for beach lovers. Start the trail at Kumta,  walk through Vannali Beach, Kadle Beach, Nirvana Beach, Paradise Beach, Half-Moon Beach and Om Beach to name a few. End the trek at Gokarna, which is home to a famous Shiva Temple. Please Note: This is a two-day trek covering approximately 15 kms in all. Every participant must carry 2 full bottles of water since there may not be shops or water outlets in between stops. There will be a vehicle to carry luggage like sleeping bags, tents, camping equipment etc. So you need to carry only a day pack for water, food, cap etc. Please divide your luggage in 2 bags accordingly. The bag that is to be left in the vehicle should be locked.   read more read less
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Naneghat Night Trek - Tour
Naneghat Night Trek
₹ 1,199
17 Hours 30 Minutes
Available on request
Murbad, Maharashtra
Naneghat Night Trek
₹ 1,199
About Naneghat Pass  Naneghat Hills is a major tourist destination near Thane, which is basically a mountain pass at the Western Ghats range. During the time of Satavahana, Naneghat pass was the major trade route between Kalyan and Junnar. Nane means coin and ghat means pass. This name came from the tollbooth, which was here at ancient times to collect toll from the traders crossing the ghat. This is an ideal photography and star gazing destination now. The caves here have inscriptions about the Satavahana ruler Satakarni. These inscriptions are proved to be dating back somewhere between 60 and 70 BC. The Brahmi inscriptions at the caves also mention the name of Naganika, the wife of Satakarni's who was believed to commission the caves.    History of Naneghat Pass During the reign of the Satavahana, the pass was extensively used as a trade route between Kalyan and Junnar. This was the most important trade route, as it connected harbor of Sopara (now Nalasopara) and Kalyan directly to Junnar and Paithan. Bor Ghat, Malshej Ghat, and Naneghat were the foremost road links for commuting coast to the Junnar plateau. The Satvaahans had made Naneghat their main route to Junnar. During their tenure, the most important way of commuting was Naneghat, which linked Kalyan & Sopara to Paithan. However, as time proceeded, it was destroyed by alien rulers and then paid no attention. read more read less
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