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Off Road Bike Ride To Lonavla-Rajmachi - Tour
Off Road Bike Ride To Lonavla-Rajmachi
₹ 850
1 Night 1 Day
Available on request
Off Road Bike Ride To Lonavla-Rajmachi
₹ 850
VRangers Off Road Bike Ride To Lonavla-Rajmachi VRangers inviting you all for off-road bike ride to Rajmachi ..... There are plenty of big stones, soil, deadly turns and slopes and sometime steep narrow path to ride on….in short there are no Roads. Rajmachi is a small village in the rugged mountains of Sahyadri in India. There are two forts which were built by Emperor Shivaji during 17th century. Short Info: Route: Mumbai - Lonavala - Khopali - Old Mumbai Pune Highway-Lonavla-Rajmachi. Region: Lonavla Type: Hill Fort Fort Height: 2710 ft. Sights to visit: Views of Shrivardhan & Manoranjan, Ancient Lord Shiva temple, Caves, Lake. Rajmachi consists of two citadels: Shrivardahn: Shrivardhan lies to the east of the Rajmachi fort. Its height is about 3000 ft. The architectural style of construction is typical of Maratha period and is characterized by strong walls, Semi-circular entrance and cisterns. Bhairavnath temple and water tanks are main attraction on Shrivardhan. Manoranjan: Manoranjan fort probably belongs to the Yada period and is one of the two forts adjacent to the rajmachi fort. Uniquely, this place is characterized by the presence of a square shaped lake divided by a straight rock. One may see the broken structures of fort on the way to the top. read more read less
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VRangers Watermelon festival & Bike Ride - Tour
VRangers Watermelon festival & Bike Ride
₹ 1,500
1 Day
Available on request
Wada, Maharashtra
VRangers Watermelon festival & Bike Ride
₹ 1,500
In the scorching heat of Mumbai, a basket full of Watermelons is something you cannot afford to miss! “When one has tasted watermelons, he knows what angels eat” Let it be winters, summer or Rainy, watermelons can never be missed… So why not to explore a Farm full of Watermelons? Enjoy delicious watermelons, ice-creams, games all out of our favourite Watermelons. We’re calling out to all fruit lovers to join us for the most unique festival - The Watermelon Festival. Short Info: Destination: Sange Village Location: Wada Distance: Apx 180 km Those who dont have bike and want to enjoy we can arrange vehicle (min ppl should be 6), Cost will be on sharing basis. *Biking Pic Credit: Dr. Aparna Bandhodkar* read more read less
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Tour & Bike ride to Velas for Turtle Festival - Tour
Tour & Bike ride to Velas for Turtle Festival
₹ 2,699
1 Night 2 Days
Available on request
Velas, Maharashtra
Tour & Bike ride to Velas for Turtle Festival
₹ 2,699
Velas is enclosed by mountains on three sides and open to the sea on the fourth. Tucked away in a remote corner of Ratnagiri District, Velas has recently opened the doors of its scenic backdrops to the world of tourism. This village is one of the first in India to practice eco-tourism through community participation, where it’s not just the run of the mill touristy attractions one can see, but also open themselves to an entirely different lifestyle experience!!!!!!! Short Info: Route: Mumbai - Panvel - Harihareshwar – Velas - Bankot Fort- Vice versa. Approx Distance:  550 km. Region: Ratnagiri - Bagmandala. Cost :- For Bikers & Pillions Rs.1100/-              For Tour :- Rs.2699/- Sights to Visit: Velas is the birth place of Nana Phadnis, one of the great prominent personalities in Maratha history. Due to the sea-shore Velas is an exciting place and it is situated near Bankot Bay. There is an old temple of Shri Bhairi- Rameshwar and in this temple all twelve months water is made available taking the benefit of favorable geographical conditions. A statue of Nana Phadnis is present outside his house. In Velas, Mahalakshmi temple and Nana Phadnis house are the places to visit. Gokul-ashtami Festival is one of the important festivals in Velas. Bankot’s Himmat Gadh: Himmat Gadh, a fort situated at Bankot, also goes by the name of Bavankot Quila and has existed well before the time of independence. The story behind the name ‘Bavankot Quila’ is that long back, the tax collected from the farmers on this land equalled the sum of “bavan kot” or 52crores! The fort also serves as a memorial for Queen Victoria, with it also being known by the name of Fort Victoria. Rumor has it, that an underground passage also exists, but it’s very likely that it has been shut now. A well, worn dry over time, can also be found there. Harihareshwar: Dakshin Kashi is famous pilgrim place with ancient Shiv Temple and Kalbhairav Temple situated on the Dakshin Kashi. It also has a beautiful beach which is rocky on one side and a clean sand beach on the other side. Click to Check Photos (2010 Old Memories): Velas 20 read more read less
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