Overview

About Vengurla:
Vengurla is southernmost Taluk of Maharashtra. Beaches in Vengurla is perhaps the best kept secret of coastal district of Sindhudurg. During winters number of Seagulls visiting these beaches are more than tourists. With new Aronda Kiranpani Bridge number of International tourists visiting Vengurla beaches from Goa have increased. With upcoming airport at Chipi Parule, Tourism in this area will boost to another level soon. 


Event Price : Rs.4,499/- per person + GST

For Trikon Membership Holders: Rs 4,199/- per member + GST

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Batch 1 – Saturday, 21st December - Sunday, 22nd December 2019

Batch 2 – Saturday, 18th January - Sunday, 19th January  2020

Batch 3 – Saturday, 15th February - Sunday, 16th February 2020

3 Nights 4 Days 20 Dec, 17 Jan, and 14 Feb Vengurla Beach, Maharashtra
Itinerary

Detailed Itenary
Day 0:

09:00 pm: - Meet the Travel Trikon at Kurla LTT station at 9 pm and catch Train No LTT Karmali special which departs at 09:15 pm. Participants can also catch the same train from Thane which arrives at 09:37 pm and Panvel at 10:22 pm.

Day 1:
08:04 am: Kundal railway station and move towards village near Vengurla.
08:30 am. Enjoy Konkani breakfast (Ghavane-Chutney /Amboli-Usal / Shiravale-Ras).
09:30 am. After breakfast and refresh we start our journey towards one of the beautiful unexplored beach near Vengurla. We start trek from a beach where a small flow of river meeting to the Arabian Sea surrounded by the mountains from all the other sides. It’s a beach side mountain trek
Soon we will be at the top of the mountain. From here you can see the 300 degree sea view. Now we descend to the white sanded blue crystal water beach. It has a lagoon to swim and a long beach.
01:30 pm Lunch on the way near the beach
03:00 pm. After lunch a small walk to the aqua farms. Take rest in the farms.
06:00 pm Reach Nivati Beach, freshen up, and set up camp for the night. We will be camping on the beach today with mesmerizing sunset view
09:00 pm Bonfire fun & games Enjoy Barbecue and bonfire at the camp site. Dinner will be served at the beach.

Sleep under the stars in your sleeping bag or you also have the option to use the tents. Please carry sheets to be used in the tent at night if you don’t have a sleeping bag.

Day 2:
07: 00 am. Wake up in the morning, Freshen up and Breakfast at the homestay near the beach. Start moving towards the Vengurla light house, along the coast
11:00 am. Today we will explore another 2 beaches in Vengurla with small trek on the beach / hill.
01:00 pm. Lunch at Vengurla / Sawantwadi.
02:00 pm. Explore Dutch Factory, Madovi Mangroves boating , Sawantwadi palace and museum, wood craft shop.  03:00 pm. Swimming in the infinity pool at secret reservoir                                                                                              06:00 pm We end our journey at Kudal station and will be catching 12620 Matsyaganda  Express which reaches LTT at 6.35 am

 


Things to Carry:- 

Identity Card
3 ltrs water
Camera (Optional)
Enerzyl Powder or Glucon D powder
Snacks & Biscuits
Extra Pair of Clothes
Clean napkin or small towel
Cap, Sunglasses, Scarf, sunscreen etc.
Haversack or Backpack (No sling bags)
Sleeping bag or bed sheet
Please carry medicines if you need any
Hand Sanitizer
 

Highlights
  • Unexplored Beaches of Harichangiri Falyefonda, Kondura, Wayangani, Dabholi, Vengurla Sagareshwar
  • Mandovi mangroves Backwater boat ride
  • Tent stay / Beachside Homestay
  • Barbecue and bonfire
  • Authentic Malvani Food Veg / Non Veg
  • Vengurla light house and Dutch factory
Inclusions/Exclusions

What is included in the tour

  • Train journey from Mumbai – Mumbai
  • Non Ac Bus from Kankvali - Vengurla - Kudal
  • Food- 2 breakfast, 2 Lunch, 1 dinner
  • Triple / Quadruple Sharing Tented Accommodation
  • Travel Trikon Expertise charges
  • 5% GST

What is NOT included in the tour

  • Any personal expenses such as soft drinks etc.
  • Anything other than above mentioned inclusion
Pickup point
Vengurla Beach, Maharashtra View on Map