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Karnala Fort Trek and Karnala Bird Sanctuary - Tour
Karnala Fort Trek and Karnala Bird Sanctuary
₹ 1,050
1 Day
08 Mar
Karnala Fort Trek and Karnala Bird Sanctuary
₹ 1,050
Karnala fort, also known as Funnel Hill, situated in the Panvel taluka of Raigad district, this protected fort lies within the Karnala Bird Sanctuary. The sanctuary is small with an area of 12.11 square kilometres, centred around the historic Karnala Fort and it lies just off the Mumbai-Goa highway. This place is approx. 50kms from Mumbai and around 10kms from Panvel city. After taking necessary permission, your actual trek starts from the Karnala Bird Sanctuary gate. The forest department opens the gate for visitors at 7 am until 6pm. This fort was built by the Devgiri Yadav dynasty in 1400 and was later used by Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj as an observatory for trade between Kalyan and Alibaug sea routes. The beauty of the fort and the surrounding is magnificent and you can absorb the breath-taking views and the zig-zag, narrow and uphill path that takes you to the top of the fort. From the entrance to Karnala fort is about 2.5km in distance through the forest. On the way, you cross the bird sanctuary. It is peaceful to walk along the narrow path and you come across some birds on the way up. The view from the top is beautiful and filled with greenery. The view offers Raigad district on one side and Lonavala, Khandala range on the other. In the centre of the fort is a 125ft tall basalt pillar also called Pandu’s tower. This structure was used as a watchtower when the fort was occupied. At the bottom of the fort is a small temple called Karnai Devi. Whether you are a professional trekker or just a beginner, this is the one trek you should definitely try. It's an easy to moderate level trek, an ideal getaway during weekdays and weekends. read more read less
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Kalavantin Durg - Tour
Kalavantin Durg
₹ 1,050
1 Day
Available on request
Kalavantin Durg
₹ 1,050
Located closer to Panvel, Kalavantin Durg offers dangerous yet thrilling trekking experience. This fortress was named after a queen named Kalavantin as per legendary folk tales, but that's all one could say about this massive fort as very little is known about its history. The most impressive feature about Kalavantin Durg is its amazing steps that have been cut out within the huge rock. Technically difficult yet Kalavantin Durg gets its share of visitors from local tourists, as well as enthusiast trekkers. A perfect 360-degree view will leave you breathless. read more read less
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Kalsubai Peak - Tour
Kalsubai Peak
₹ 1,750
1 Night 1 Day
Available on request
Kalsubai Peak
₹ 1,750
The peak of Kalsubai in Nagar district is the highest peak of the mountain range of Sahyadri. The Everest of the Sahyadris, Kalsubai trek is a dream of every avid trekker to climb it at least once. Kalsubai is a part of the Kalsubai Harishchandragad Wildlife Sanctuary which spreads from Kalsubai to Harischandragad in Akole. The Kalsubai sanctuary is a challenge to trekkers with its rugged hilly terrain and the Kalsubai pinnacle at its height of 5500 ft is a real steep climb. There is a steep and difficult route from Indore but trekkers prefer the ladder-route from Bari village which is about 10 km from Bhandardara. It usually takes three hours to reach the top from Bari. Soon after leaving Bari, there is a Hanuman temple and the route from behind this temple takes the hiker straight to the summit. At a height of 5500 feet Kalsubai offers a panoramic view. Towards west, Alangad, Madangad & Kulanggad could be seen. Towards south is the famous Bhandardhara lake and Ratangad beyond it. read more read less
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Visapur Fort Trek - Tour
Visapur Fort Trek
₹ 1,100
1 Day
Available on request
Visapur Fort Trek
₹ 1,100
If you like adventure and nature, this is a must visit trek. Visapur fort is one of the more accessible forts along with Lohagad. Visapur fort is a gigantic fort which lies near the Malavali railway station and it is visible from the Mumbai-Pune Expressway. The trek to Visapur is long and winding but it is an adventure worth experiencing. There are no signs to the fort and no obvious trail after a while it is like walking into the unknown and that adds to the fun. The fortification is intact but there isn’t much left on the fort top. The surroundings are amazing. You can see the amazing Pawana lake and the 3 other forts Lohagad, Tung and Tikona Climbing till the top of the fort takes around 2 to 2.5 hours from Malavali. There is nothing you will get on top so please carry sufficient water and food. During monsoon, the road from the dense forest gives a memorable experience and an awesome climate welcomes you, making sure you leave behind all your worries. Surrounding views of the lush green plains are particularly great from the top & you can notice some adjoining forts.   read more read less
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Torna Fort Trek - Tour
Torna Fort Trek
₹ 1,100
1 Day
Available on request
Torna Fort Trek
₹ 1,100
Most suited for those who love to trek and have a penchant for history. Torna fort also called Prachandagad (huge/massive fort). It is historically significant because it is the first fort captured by Shivaji Maharaj in 1643, at the age of 16. This fort is around 65km from Pune city and is one of the tallest forts in the Pune district. Composition of long stretched open lands with rocky parts to climb with extreme precision. There are stretches where you have deep valleys on both sides of the cliff.  There are many places to see on the fort. You can see Bini Darwaaja (Main entrance) Temple of goddess Mengai, Budhla machi from Konkan darvaja side, Zunjar Machi on the left side of the fort, Kothi Darwaaja and excellent view of Gunjavne dam & its river from front side of the fort. In the last leg of the trek there is a very steep climb with 2 small rock patches to negotiate. There is protective railing in all the difficult locations, this makes the entire hike very safe. The view, at the top is awesome and rewarding for the long climb. The views from the top are amazing. On a clear day, you will see the twin fort of Rajgad and the majestic Bale Killa. You can see the outlines of Lingana pinnacle and Raigad fort on the opposite side, Sinhagad. From the top when there is clear visibility you can see Purandar fort and Pratapgadh fort.   read more read less
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Skandagiri Trek - Tour
Skandagiri Trek
₹ 1,400
1 Day
Available on request
Skandagiri Trek
₹ 1,400
Skandagiri’, in Chikkaballapura, popularly known as ‘Kalavara Durga’, is a hill of stronghold situated 70km from Bangalore city and 3km from Chikkaballapura town of Karnataka state in India. Skandagiri peak is at an altitude of 1350 meters. At the base there is Papagni Mutt, there we park our vehicles and your actual trek starts from here. This trek will definitely surprise you and will leave you with many memories to remember. We start the trek early in the morning to be able to reach the top before the sun gets too hot. A lovely place to trek, if you are lucky enough, you will be blessed with a bed of clouds, the scenery from the top of the hills is panoramic and worth every effort put in. The trail is clearly marked with a mix of rocky and muddy terrain routes. On the way there are a few good view points where you can rest for a while. The first half looks easy, but then the steepness of the hill increases, this is where you get the real fun. Through a nice trek that would test your fitness a bit and a pleasant break enjoying the views of clouds forming atop the nearby hills.   read more read less
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Antargange Trek - Tour
Antargange Trek
₹ 1,100
1 Day
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Antargange Trek
₹ 1,100
Bangalore is surrounded by so many beautiful places around it, Antargange being one of them, it is a massive hillock of volcanic boulders and rocks. Antharangange is just 60 kms from Bangalore and easy to reach. Situated near the 'Gold town' of Kolar, this beautiful place offers a unique opportunity to enjoy nature and get into serious exploration escapade. The trek to the temple is the easiest with stairs laid down. It has a small kund with a statue of Nandi from which spring water emerges out mysteriously. Near the temple you are greeted by numerous monkeys but do not be scared as they do not jump on you unless you have something in your hand. Your real trek begins from the temple, on a trail carved on the rock faces. You pass through a moderately forested patch and then climb steeply to reach the caves on top. Stick to the path through the caves or you might get lost in the complex network of paths inside. Once you enter, there are all sorts of narrow passages and crevices to crawl through, involves squeezing yourselves through small gaps between rocks vertically, horizontally and sometimes crawling between narrow routes,  it is a bit tough but quite an experience. Kids tend to love it. Inside the cave you feel very cool, moving in the dark inside a cave where you have no idea about the destination and a torch is your only friend. On the other end of the cave, there is a beautiful view point where you can sit and admire the landscape for a while. Once you are outside the cave, you can spend some time on the flat meadows at the top. There are beautiful viewpoints which offer great view of the gold mining town of Kolar and the beautiful nature around.   read more read less
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Rajgad Trek - Tour
Rajgad Trek
₹ 1,750
1 Night 1 Day
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Rajgad Trek
₹ 1,750
Rajgad fort also known as Royal fort/ King of all forts, situated in Pune district of Maharashtra. This fort was Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj’s capital for 26 years, after which the capital was later shifted to the Raigad fort. The beauty of the fort and the surroundings is breath-taking and amazing. Absorb the breath-taking views and let the zig-zag narrow, uphill path take you to the top of the fort. Massive Maha Darwaja and Chor Darwaja tell the tale of the Fortress of the forgotten empire. There are 3 main Darvajas to reach Padmavati Machee, Chor Darwaja, Pali Darvaja and Gunjavane Darvaja. If you are planning to stay overnight then morning sunrise from Balekilla is mesmerising. This fort is surrounded on three sides by fortified ridges: 1. Padmavati Machee 2.Sanjivani Machee 3. Suvela Machee. From Rajgad fort you can see the magnificent view of Sahyadri range. During winter season this entire range is covered by beautiful wild flowers.   read more read less
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Koraigad Trek - Tour
Koraigad Trek
₹ 1,200
1 Day
Available on request
Koraigad Trek
₹ 1,200
Koraigad (3050ft above sea level) is a hill fort situated near south of Lonavala, just 3hrs drive from Mumbai and 1 hr drive from Pune, Maharashtra. This fort was incorporated into his kingdom by Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj along with the forts of Lohagad, Visapur, Tung and Tikona in 1657. The fort is visible to the left when you drive from Lonavala to Peth Shahpur, On the way, is the famous Bhushi Dam and Tiger point to hop on. Your actual trek starts from Peth Shahpur village, half of the distance you walk through the bushes and sparsely dense forest and the other half is covered by steps. The steps are steep but safe and you can reach the top of the fort with a break. Half way through, there is a small Ganesh temple and a cave. The interesting part of the fort is that its wall is completely intact and one can walk along its entire perimeter (approx. 1.5km). Once on top you are greeted to an expanse of greenery which will make you go 'Wow'!!! It is providing an excellent 360-degree view of the surrounding area including Amby Valley and the backwaters of Mulshi Dam. On the top you can walk along the walls of the fort which may take an hour normally and much more since you cannot miss the numerous photo opportunities. On the fort there is a temple to its patron goddess Korai Devi which also exists along with several smaller temples dedicated to Vishnu and Shiva. There are 2 lakes and small streams running wherein you can get your feet wet. It has six cannons - the largest of which is called the Laxmi Toph, is located near the Korai Devi temple. It is easy for everyone to reach the top, the fort has mesmerising views from all four sides. Steep walls of the fort overlooking the vast expanses of Sahyadri range is a delight while the cool winds touch you. Best time to visit this fort is during September to November as entire fort is filled with greenery and colourful flowers all around. An ideal trek for a group with first timers and young children. read more read less
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