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Ahupe-Bhimashankar Range Trek
₹ 1,800
2 Nights 2 Days
06 Jul
Kalyan, Maharashtra
Ahupe-Bhimashankar Range Trek
₹ 1,800
Ahupe Ghat is at the height of 3855 feet from sea level and falls under Murbad region, is ideal for a pleasant one day trek especially in monsoons with some astonishing view from the terrain. It is nestled among the mountains from three sides and valley on one side.It`s a pass leading from Khopiwali in the Konkan to Ahupe village in the Ghats. Ahupe Ghat is also famous for its Devrai Story. Devrai – The Sacred Groves of Maharashtra. These Devrais are nothing but religiously preserved forest patches. Ahupe near Bhimashankar has such Devrai – protected by faith of nearby tribal people “Mahadeo Kolis”. Ahupe Devrai is a success story. If fact in last 3 to 4 year they have planted several thousand trees that are growing well. Ahupe Short Info: Height: 2137 Feet above MSL (Approx) Grade: Medium (Approx 2 hrs Walk). Region: Murbad. Base Village: Khopivali. Bhimashankar is the sixth Jyotirling in the series of Dwadasha Jyotirlingas. The temple is very old and surrounded by a scenic nature with green forest. The temple is located at Dakini hill (Shikharam). Nana Padnis of Peshwa kingdom has improved this place to a great extent and built the beautiful temple. Bhimashankar Short Info: Height: 3500 Feet above MSL (Approx) Grade: Medium (Approx 4 hrs walk) Region: Bhimashankar Base Village: Khandas. There is a Continuous water flow from this Jyotirlinga, which is the speciality of this place. Some more places of interest here are Kamalaja Devi temple, origin of Bhima River, Bombay point and Hanuman temple. The sanctuary is small (only about 100 sq. km’s), but it is home to a wide variety of animals Leopard, Sambhar, Barking deer, Grey Jungle fowls, Wild pig, Hanuman langur etc. The sanctuary is famous as the home of a highly endangered subspecies of the Indian Giant Squirrel – Shekharu. read more read less
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Harishchandra Gad trek Via Khireshwar
₹ 1,500
2 Nights 2 Days
Available on request
Bhoiwada, Maharashtra
Harishchandra Gad trek Via Khireshwar
₹ 1,500
VRangers Harishchandra Gad Trek via Nalichi Vaat. Short Info: Region: Malshej. Height: 4500 ft. (approx.) Grade: Medium. Base Village: Khireshwar. ----------------------------------------------------- Batch 1 : 22nd Ngt - 24th June 2018 ----------------------------------------------------- About: Harishchandragad: The fort is quite ancient, considered to be from the medieval period.  The various Puranas (ancient scriptures) like Matsyapurana, Agnipurana and Skandapurana include many references about Harishchandragad. The Great sage Changdev (creator of the epic Tatvasaar) used to meditate on Taramati/Rohidas in 14th century. The caves are also from the same period. Harishchandra gad was captured by the Marathas in 1747 from the Moguls. Taramati: Also known as Taramanchi. This is the top most point on the fort. It is the second highest peak in Maharashtra after kalsubai. Leopards are seen in the forests beyond this peak. From here we can have a glimpse of the whole range of Naneghat and the forts near Murbad and Napta twin peaks,Ghodishep (865 meters),Ajoba (1375 meters),Kulang fort (1471 meters)in the north near the Kasara region. Konkan Kada (Konkan cliff): The most fascinating spot on this fort is this cliff, which has always fascinated many people from many years. The cliff faces west and looks down upon the Konkan with a breathtaking view of the surrounding region and sunset. This cliff is not just vertical; it is an overhang, almost like a cobra’s hood. One amazing phenomenon that can be observed at this place is the vertical cloud burst, in which the clouds nearing the cliff get sucked into the pit fall area below are thrown vertically into the sky reaching more than 50 feet (15 m). Kedareshwar: The cave of Kedareshwar has a big Shivlinga, which is totally surrounded by water. It is quite difficult to reach the Shivlinga because the water is ice-cold. There are sculptures carved out here. Local legend holds that when the forth piller breaks, the world will come to an end. read more read less
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Harishchandra Gad Trek Via Nalichi Vaat
₹ 1,700
2 Nights 2 Days
Available on request
Harishchandra Gad Trek Via Nalichi Vaat
₹ 1,700
VRangers Harishchandra Gad Trek via Nalichi Vaat. Short Info: Region: Malshej. Height: 4500 ft. (approx.) Grade: Medium. Base Village: Savrne - Bel Pada Village. About: Harishchandragad: The fort is quite ancient, considered to be from the medieval period.  The various Puranas (ancient scriptures) like Matsyapurana, Agnipurana and Skandapurana include many references about Harishchandragad. The Great sage Changdev (creator of the epic Tatvasaar) used to meditate on Taramati/Rohidas in 14th century. The caves are also from the same period. Harishchandra gad was captured by the Marathas in 1747 from the Moguls. Taramati: Also known as Taramanchi. This is the top most point on the fort. It is the second highest peak in Maharashtra after kalsubai. Leopards are seen in the forests beyond this peak. From here we can have a glimpse of the whole range of Naneghat and the forts near Murbad and Napta twin peaks,Ghodishep (865 meters),Ajoba (1375 meters),Kulang fort (1471 meters)in the north near the Kasara region. Konkan Kada (Konkan cliff): The most fascinating spot on this fort is this cliff, which has always fascinated many people from many years. The cliff faces west and looks down upon the Konkan with a breathtaking view of the surrounding region and sunset. This cliff is not just vertical; it is an overhang, almost like a cobra’s hood. One amazing phenomenon that can be observed at this place is the vertical cloud burst, in which the clouds nearing the cliff get sucked into the pit fall area below are thrown vertically into the sky reaching more than 50 feet (15 m). Kedareshwar: The cave of Kedareshwar has a big Shivlinga, which is totally surrounded by water. It is quite difficult to reach the Shivlinga because the water is ice-cold. There are sculptures carved out here. Local legend holds that when the forth piller breaks, the world will come to an end. read more read less
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