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Trek to Sandhan Valley
₹ 2,500
2 Nights
Available on request
Trek to Sandhan Valley
₹ 2,500
About Place: Sandhan valley is a beautiful carved valley in magnificent Sayhadri mountain range, which is part of Western Ghats in Maharashtra. Surrounded with mighty and jaw-dropping mountains of Ratangad and Kalsubai, the valley stands at the height of 4255 ft high above sea level, which is the perfect spot for trekking and other adventure activities. The trek goes through 200 ft deep and 2 km long gorge carved by water between the narrow walls. The adventurous part of the trek kicks in when we are left to rappel down the 100 ft rocky patch with the help of experienced guides and equipment. Unlike all treks, we descend down in valley on the first day and climb up the next day. We camp in the valley and while descending, we have to rappel down at 3 spots. This trek is not for people who want to give up halfway! Few important points to note before you decide to register:Click Here read more read less
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Trek to Alang, Madan and Kulang ( AMK )
₹ 3,600
3 Nights
Available on request
Trek to Alang, Madan and Kulang ( AMK )
₹ 3,600
About Trek: These three famous forts, Alang, Madan and Kulang is situated in Kalsubai range of Sayahadri Hills in Maharashtra. This area is famous because of some highest peaks which fall under this range. Most recognized peaks around are, Kalsubai and Ratangad and also has few landmarks like Bhandadhara and Igtapuri. Considering one of the toughest hikes, the trek exposes to deep valleys and gorges which will test your endurance, patience and stamina on whole new different level and also includes steep climbs, rappelling and long walks throughout the trip. Once reaching the peak you will get to enjoy the panoramic views of Kulang, Madan and Kalsubai. Few important points to note before you decide to register:Click Here read more read less
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Trek to Plus Valley, Tamhini Ghat
₹ 2,500
2 Days
Available on request
Trek to Plus Valley, Tamhini Ghat
₹ 2,500
About Place: Plus Valley is known for its resemblance with the Plus sign as seen from the distance. The valley is covered with mesmerizing waterfalls and canyons which makes it difficult to cross in the monsoon but it's a real joy to trek during the rainy season with roaring waterfalls and lush green hills around. There are two rappelling points during the trek with a height of 600 feet between the over speedy waterfalls. The intimidating factor of this 9km long trek has to be the hardcore jungle cover over your head. A major portion of this trek route involves walking through this dense patch. The trek concludes at yet another dam called the Bhira dam which is also the source of the Kundalika river which is famous for its White Water Rafting. Thirty percent of the trek is a descent and remaining part is normal walking. While on the route we can see the beauty of places like Tailbaila, Plus valley, Tamhini ghat, Kundalika valley. Few important points to note before you decide to register:Click Here read more read less
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