Pune Trekking Network 30.6.2016

Pune Trekking Network


  • River Rafting With MumbaiRangers At Kolad Monsoon 10 july 2016
  • Bike Ride To Lohagad Fort & Lohagad Boat Club With MumbaiRangers on 10 July 2016
  • One day monsoon Trek to Chanderi Fort With MumbaiRangers on 10 july 2016
  • Monsoon One Day Trek to Garbett Plateau Matheran with MumbaiRangers on Sunday 10 july 2016
  • One day Monsoon Trek to Gorakhgad with MumbaiRangers on 10 July 2016
  • One day Trek to sunset point matheran Via Dodhani With MumbaiRangers on 09 July 2016
  • One day Monsoon Trek to Manikgad With MumbaiRangers on 9 july 2016
  • Monsoon Trek to Ratangad with MumbaiRangers on 10 July 2016 Leaving 09 July Saturday Night
  • One Day Monsoon Trek to Kothaligad (Peth) Fort with MumbaiRangers on 9 July 2016
  • Travel Trikon Nagla Block Trail on 3rd July 2016 , Sunday
DateMonthLocationCostPhoneContact
1st – 2ndJuly 2016One Day Monsoon Trek to Kalsubai leaving 1 july friday Night9709819299164Amit Bhadouria
2ndJuly 2016Monsoon trek to Sondai4009702525435Yogesh
2ndJuly 2016Monsoon Camping on Krishna River Banks 12509819833345Milan Wadkar
2ndJuly 2016Waterfall Rappelling at Bekare Waterfall8509370080086 / 9819085757wanderingsoulriders
2ndJuly 2016DODHANI WATERFALL RAPPELLING AT PANVEL8508692086927Avanee T
2ndJuly 2016One Day Monsoon Trek to Prabalgad Saturday5509819299164Amit Bhadouria
2ndJuly 2016One day Monsoon Trek to Peb Matheran 4509819299164Amit Bhadouria
2ndjuly 2016Waterfall Rappelling at Bhivpuri Bekre 11009819299164Amit Bhadouria
2nd-3rdJuly 2016Rajgad to Torna Range Trek18007738073691 / 9970377855Ravi / Yogi
2nd-3rdJuly 2016Trikon #45 Tamdi Surla Waterfall Trek Batch 126509819021806 / 9870775633Manoj Kalwar
2nd-3rdJuly 2016a Trek To Maharashtras Highes peak “Kalsubai”11008080304123Mayur Phadale
2nd-3rdJuly 2016Special Harishchandragad Trek via Nalichi Vaat’17008898909062Sharath
2nd-3rdJuly 2016Batch 1 : Dudhsagar Waterfall and Jungle Trekking24509819021806 / 9870775633Manoj Kalwar
2nd-3rdJuly 2016One Day Trek to bhimashankar Leaving saturday night7509819299164Amit Bhadouria
2nd-3rdJuly 2016Trek to Dudhsagar Waterfalls Batch 121009819299164Amit Bhadouria
2nd-3rdJuly 2016BHIMASHANKAR BIKE RIDE2999/-8692086927Avanee T
3rdJuly 2016Kothaligad trek5009702525435Yogesh
3rdJuly 2016Waterfall Rappelling at Vihi Waterfall11007738073691 / 9970377855Ravi / Yogi
3rdJuly 2016Waterfall Rappelling Bhivpuri Bekre11009819299164Amit Bhadouria
3rdJuly 2016One day Monsoon Trek to One tree hill Matheran 4509819299164Amit Bhadouria
3rdJuly 2016 One Day Trek To Lohgad4008080304123Mayur Phadale
3rdJuly 2016River Rafting at Kolad23008080304123Mayur Phadale
3rdJuly 2016One day Monsoon Trek to Vishramgad Sunday7009819299164Amit Bhadouria
3rdJuly 2016Trek to Dark Forest – Andharban12509370080086 / 9022045932wanderingsoulriders
3rdJuly 2016Ratangad Fort Trek Via Samrad13008692086927Avanee T
3rdJuly 2016ONE DAY TREK TO ANDHARBAN13008692086927Avanee T
3rdJuly 2016KOLAD RIVER RAFTING30508692086927Avanee T
3rdJuly 2016DODHANI WATERFALL RAPPELLING AT PANVEL8508692086927Avanee T
3rdJuly 2016BREAKFAST RIDE AT SOUTH MUMBAI6508692086927Avanee T
3rdJuly 2016One day monsoon Trek to Tikona fort3009096784978Nitin/Mahesh
Posted: 29 Jun 2016 11:33 AM PDT
Dear friends we at MumbaiRangers invite you all for River Rafting At Kolad  There are several batches you can choose according to your convinence Monsoon 2016   There are only a few things that appeal to adventure enthusiasts more than the thrill of riding on the wild waters of untamed rivers, or  white water rafting as it is called. Kundalika, the fastest river of the South, at Kolad, is an excellent rafting destination South of the Himalayas.  Situated amidst the magnificent Sahyadris, the almost 15-kilometre stretch of rapids along this river provides ample opportunities for an exciting  experience. Rapids range between Class III & IV. The best months for rafting are in the months of monsoon when the water levels are high. Non Swimmers  can also join Event Life jackets and safety helmets Will Be provided…   Little info about Event:   Total Distance: 12 kms Duration: 2.5 hrs (Depending on the speed of the water) International Grading : IV  Grade: Medium     River Rafting  At Kolad There are several batches you can choose according to your convinence Monsoon 2016 Batches monsoon 2016     19 June 2016 Batch 1 26 June 2016 Batch 2 10 July 2016 Batch 3 24 July 2016 Batch 4 07 Aug  2016 Batch 5 21 Aug  2016 Batch 6 04 Sept 2016 Batch 7  18 sept 2016 Batch 8 02 oct  2016 Batch 9 16 oct  2016 Batch 10   The itinerary for the event is as follows : Meeting Point: Pritam hotel Dadar East at 5:30 am Sharp Travel by private vehicle. Pick up Points: Chembur, Vashi. Reach the rafting site by 9.00 am Breakfast on the way River rafting session for next 2-3 hrs. Lunch start our journey back reaching Mumbai tentatively by 7pm. Total Expenses: 2620/- Includes Rafting Charges,Breakfast,Lunch,Travel expenses from Mumbai to Mumbai in private vehicle ,Guide and Mumbai Rangers Administration Charges & First Aid.   Payment details:  One needs to pay the full amount as advance at the time of booking.   For Registration : Email us : connect@mumbairangers.com OR Call/SMS/Whatsapp : A… Read more
Posted: 29 Jun 2016 11:30 AM PDT
Dear Friends we invite you all for Bike Ride to Lohagad Fort and Lohagad Boat Club on 10 July 2016   Lohagad fort is a formidable fort near Pune. Lohagad makes an ideal trekking destination for trekkers from Pune and Mumbai because of its accessibility,  ease of the trek and lush green surroundings. Lohagad at 3400 ft is a wide spread fort. There are 4 doors to Lohagad from the nearby village Lohagadwadi.  Lohagad divides the basins of the Indrayani and Pavna. The view is stunning with a signature ‘vinchu Kata’ (Scorpio Tail) shaped fort   Lohagad has a long & stirring history. It was ruled by many dynasties right from Satavahans, Chalukyas, Nizamshahi, Mughals to the Great Maratha King  Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj. Shivaji Maharaj captured the fort in 1648 right after conquering Torna. Netaji Palkar was given the responsibility of  looking after the fort. Lakshmi Kothi was used to store the treasure raided from Surat. In the treaty of Purandar 1665, Lohagad was lost to Aurangzeb,  under Mirzaraje Jaysingh. Shivaji Maharaj Recaptured this fort in 1670. Aurangzeb recaptured it after Shivaji Maharaj’s death in 1700 and after the  Peshwas it finally went in hands of Colonel power.     Information About the ride: Its a ride. Route Mumbai-Panvel-Lonavla. Distance Total 280 Kms   WARNING: Riders Who Think This Is A Picnic Or A Tea-Snacks Ride Please ditch this ride – you better go for 50-60 kms Ride.     Detailed plan is below :   Meeting at kalamboli Mc Donald Sharp at 6.00 am Introduction round Ride till Lonavla Breakfast on the way  Reach base village Lohagad Those who want to trek can go for small trek to lohagad visit Lohagad Boat Club  Lunch in Lohagad Boat Club Resort Exploration of surrounding place . Ride back to Mumbai NH4 Lonavla-Panvel-Mumbai One day Ride   Expe
rtise charges will INR 250 for the Ride which one has to transfer online in advance   MumbaiRangers Bike ride is on Actual basis Which means we will pay for the expenses and the same will be divided… Read more
Posted: 29 Jun 2016 11:29 AM PDT
Dear Friends We Invite you all For One day monsoon Trek to Chanderi Fort With MumbaiRangers on 10 july 2016   Amidst the lush green vegetation surrounding the mountain ranges of Nakhind and Mhasmaal, Chanderi Fort emerges like a masterpiece crafted with nature’s  best hands. Situated at a height of 2,330 ft, the hill fort, now in ruins, offers a beautiful view of the surrounding area as well as presents one of  the toughest trek routes around Mumbai.Although worth mentioning as the jewel in the crown of forts in the district of Raigad, there is no significant  history attached to this fort. Near the caves on the fort are visible some remnants of fortification. This is the only sign to designate Chanderi as a  fort. Chanderi is famous for water streams and its difficult route. In monsoon route gets thrilling with water flow and tricky. History: In May 1656 Shivaji Maharaj conquered all the territory up to kalyan-Bhivandi-rairi. This was when this fort came under the rule of Marathas. Lack of  development, Low water storage areas, absence of significant constructions, limited facilities for people to stay and extremely difficult approach  road seems to suggest that rather than a fort, this was possibly a military base. Meeting Point: @Vangani station by 7.20 am People can get into this local (2nd last compartment) or meet directly at Vangni Station. Train Timings: Karjat slow Local (plz come with your return ticket).   Short Info: Trek: Chanderi Fort Region: Karjat-Vangani. Grade: Medium  Fort Height: 2330 ft. Trek Leader Swapnil Kavad     Meeting at : 07:36am vangani Station.   Train Timing CST – Karjat Fast Local CST – 06:10 am Byculla – 06:18 am Dadar – 06:24 am Kurla – 06:31 am Ghatkopar – 6:35 am Thane – 6:50 am Dombivali – 7:02 am Kalyan – 7:10 am Vangani – 07:36   If you miss the train you miss the trek so make sure you are on time to catch the train. People may board the same Karjat train from the station of their  convenience and meet us in the train directly… Read more
Posted: 29 Jun 2016 11:27 AM PDT
  Dear Friends we invite you all for Monsoon One Day Trek to Garbett Plateau Matheran with MumbaiRangers on Sunday 10 july 2016   Matheran has garnered a reputation of one of the most favourite hill-stations around Mumbai for some reasons. The bountiful rains, good greenery and  waterfalls around. Garbett Plateau is located in the south – west direction of Matheran, offering a 360 degree view of one of our all time favourite hill  stations. Matheran is Famous & splendid hill station in Maharashtra, it covers an area of 8 square kilometers in Sahyadris. This Fantastic spot was  discovered in 1850 by Hugh Poyntz Malet, the collector of Thane district. Garbett point is located on South-west side of Matheran with grand view of  the plateau. Climate here is very cool with some breath taking views.   Some Information about the Place :   Type: Hill Fort Height: 2625 Feet above MSL (Approx) Grade: Medium District: Raigad Range: Matheran Base Village: Diksal Trek Leader : Amit Bhadouria   Meeting at : 07:51am Bhivpuri Station.   Train Timing CST – Karjat Fast Local CST – 06:10 am Byculla – 06:18 am Dadar – 06:24 am Kurla – 06:31 am Ghatkopar – 6:35 am Thane – 6:50 am Dombivali – 7:02 am Kalyan – 7:10 am Bhivpuri 07:51 am   If you miss the train you miss the trek so make sure you are on time to catch the train. People may board the same Karjat train from the station of their  convenience and meet us in the train directly. (Get into Second last boggie from CST side) Buy Local Train Return Tickets Own Expense bhivpuri Return   08.00 Hrs: Breakfast 09:00 Hrs: Ascend 12:00 Hrs: @ Garbett Plateau 12:00-14:00 Hrs Explore, Rest and Lunch 15:00 Hrs: Dasturi Naka 16:00 Hrs: Neral station We’ll reach Mumbai by 18.00 Hrs(Tentative).   Expenses for the Trek is 450 /– Per Person   Includes  Morning Breakfast Tea Taxi from Matheran to Neral Station Matheran Entry Charges Guide & MumbaiRangers Expertise Charges  First Aid   Excludes Lunch     For Registration : Email us : connect@mu… Read more
Posted: 29 Jun 2016 11:26 AM PDT
Dear Friends we invite you all for One day Monsoon trek to Gorakhgad with MumbaiRangers on 10 July 2016       Fort Gorakhgad is quite small in size. It had strategic importance during the reign of Shahaji Raje. However, no major battle is recorded to have  takenplace here. It was used in Shivaji’s era to patrol the nearby region and was used as a stopover station during the journey to Junnar via Naneghat. Though small in size,there is enough availability water and a lot of space for accommodation. The fort gets its name from Saint Gorakhnath, who performed his “Sadhana” in this place.Gorakhgad attracts trekkers due to its inviting pinnacle This region of Gorakhgad and Machhindragad  has a dense forest cover. Gorakhgad is a small fortat Dehri village near Murbad. Named after Saint Goraknath,the fort is at a height of 21
50 ft  above sea level.       Some Information about the Fort:     Place: Gorakhgad fort Height: 2137 FT Base Village: Dehri District: Thane Difficulty Level: Medium (Rock patches) Endurance Level: Easy Trek Leader: Amit Bhadouria   Meeting at : 07.30 Kalyan Station. pLatform No 1 Ticket counter   Train Timing CST – Kalyan slow train CST – 06:04 am Byculla – 06:12 am Dadar – 06:22 am Kurla – 06:32 am Ghatkopar – 6:38 am Thane – 6:59 am Dombivali – 7:21 am Kalyan – 7:30 am   If you miss the train you miss the trek so make sure you are on time to catch the train. People may board the same Karjat train from the station of their  convenience and meet us in the train directly. (Get into Second last boggie from CST side) Buy Local Train Return Tickets Own Expense bhivpuri Return   The itinerary for trek is:   Reach Base Village by 10:30am Breakfast Introduction Round Start Trek by 11:00am Reach Top by 02:00pm Lunch (self carried)Explore the Fort Start Descending by 03:30pm Reach back to Base Village by 05:30pm Evening Tea Start our Return Journey by 06:00pm Reach Thane by 08:30pm Reach Dadar by 09.00pm     Expenses For Trek INR 750 per Person Includes Transp… Read more
Posted: 29 Jun 2016 11:23 AM PDT
  Dear Friends we invite you to One day Monsoon Trek to sunset point matheran Via Dodhani With MumbaiRangers on 09 July 2016   Little Info About The Trek:   Trek Type: Hill Trek Height: 2625 Feet above MSL (Approx) Grade: Easy District: Raigad Range: Matheran Trek Leader: Chinmay joshi     Matheran: (The most unpolluted Hill-Station of Maharashtra)The climate of Matheran is very cool. The most unforgettable things about Matheran are deep  forest and the waterfalls nearby, especially in rainy season. The beauty of the hill station gets doubled in monsoon. Matheran is truly ‘The Best Hill Station in Maharashtra. Matheran is most splendid hill station in Maharashtra; it covers an area of 8 square kilometers in Sahyadris.  This lovely spot was discovered in 1850 by Hugh Poyntz Malet, the collector of Thane district. Garbett point is located on South-west side of Matheran  with grand view of the plateau.   Ascend Sunset point Matheran via Dodhani village From Panvel.   Meeting Point Panvel Staion 07:15AM   Detail Plan :   @07:15 AM Reach Panvel station @08:45 AM Reach Base Village in TumTum @09:30 AM Breakfast @10:00 AM After Introduction Round Start the Trek @01:00 AM Reach Sunset point  @02:00 PM Reach Dasturi naka @03:00 PM Reach Neral Station @05:30 PM Mumbai     Train Timing :   CST – Panvel Slow Local CST – 05:47am Vadala Road – 06:05am Kurla – 06:15am Vashi – 06:34am Panvel – 07:04am   Thane – Panvel Slow Local Thane – 06:20am Koparkhairne – 06:37am Nerul – 06:51am Belapur CBD – 06:58am Panvel – 07:13am   Andheri – Vadala Road Slow Local Andheri – 05:17am Bndra – 05:31am Vadala Road – 05:42am   If you miss the train you miss the trek so make sure you are on time to catch the train.  Members are requested to take return ticket till Panvel on their own.   People may board the same train from the station of their convenience and meet us in the train directly.  (Get into second Last boggy from CST side)     Expenses for the Trek is 450 /- Per person which is inclusive… Read more
Posted: 29 Jun 2016 11:19 AM PDT
  Dear Friends We Invite You all One day Monsoon Trek to Manikgad With MumbaiRangers on 9 july 2016     This fort was built by Bhoj Raja to keep eye on Alibag Khopoli Route. In 1657, Shivaji Maharaj conqured this fort and took it under Maratha region.  In Purandar Treaty Maratha’s handed over Manikgad to Moghuls. In 1713, Sarkhel Kanhoji Angre took this fort from Shahu Maharaj.  The fort was used as a watch tower and offers a commanding view from top.     Fort Height: 1867 ft. Type: Hill forts. Region: Panvel. Grade: Medium. Trek Leader : Jatin singh   Detail Plan :     @07:15 AM Meet Panvel station @08:00 AM Reach Base Village in TumTum @08:45 AM Breakfast Tea @09:00 AM After Introduction Round Start the Trek @11:30 AM Reach Top @01:30 PM Explore  have Lunch then Descend @03:00 PM Back to Base Village. @04:00 PM Reach Panvel Station and Evening snacks Tea. @06:00 PM Mumbai     Meeting at panvel station 07:15AM   Train Timing :   CST – Panvel Slow Local CST – 05:47am Vadala Road – 06:05am Kurla – 06:15am Vashi – 06:34am Panvel – 07:04am   Thane – Panvel Slow Local Thane – 06:20am Koparkhairne – 06:37am Nerul – 06:51am Belapur CBD – 06:58am Panvel – 07:13am   Andheri – Vadala Road Slow Local Andheri – 05:17am Bndra – 05:31am Vadala Road – 05:42am   If you miss the train you miss the trek so make sure you are on time to catch the train.  Members are requested to take return ticket till Panvel on their own.   People may board the same train from the station of their convenience and meet us in the train directly.  (Get into second Last boggy from CST side)   The itinerary for trek is: THINGS TO CARRY- 1. Compulsory – Good trekking shoes 2. Compulsory – Water (2 ltrs) Electrol 3. Compulsory – Lunch for the day. 4. Optional – Camera, Cap, etc., Please avoid wearing Gold and other ornaments. A haversack to put in all the things mentioned above   Expenses for the Trek is 550/- per person.  Travel expenditure from Panvel to Base Village And Base village to Panvel Morning Bre… Read more
Posted: 29 Jun 2016 11:18 AM PDT
Dear Friends we invite you all for Monsoon Trek to Ratangad with MumbaiRangers on 10 July 2016 Leaving 09 July Saturday Night   Ratangad was captured by Chhatrapati Shivaji Raje Bhosle and was one of his favorites. Pravara river orginates in Ratangad. The local legend has it that Agatya rishi meditated and performed penance in Ratangad. At that place two drops of ‘Amrut’ was dropped and water started flowing out from Ratangad continuously resulting in the river Pravara hence the name ‘Amrutvahini’ Ratangad a 400 year old fort at a height of 4250ft is, as per folklore also one of the favourite forts of Shivaji Maharaj. The Wilson dam and Arthur lake, Kalsubai Peak, The Amruteshwar temple and the Randha Falls – the region in the Sahyadris sorrounding Ratangad is truely a little paradise, a secret well kept, and Ratangad true to its name is like a jewel in its majestic crown.   Ratangad is really a fortification within Ratan Wadi, Maharashtra, Indian, looking over the actual location associated with Bhandardara, among the earliest synthetic catchment region. The actual fortification is all about 2150 years of age. Ratangad features a organic stone top having a hole inside it at the very top which is sometimes called ‘Nedhe’ or even ‘Eye from the Needle’. Some information about the place:     Type: Hill Fort Grade: Medium Endurance level: Medium Height: 4255 ft. Base Village: Ratanwadi Trek Leader Swapnil Kawad     The itinerary for trek is:   Meeting at : Pritam Hotel Near Flyover Dadar East 11.00 pm  Pick up Points : Nitin Company Junction , Thane 11.45 pm.   Reach Base Village by 04:30am Breakfast at the base village Introduction Round Fresh up and start the ascend at 06:30am Reach Top by 9:00am, Explore the Fort Have Lunch (self carried) Start Descending by 12:00 oclock Reach Base Village by 02:00pm Evening Tea and snacks at base village. Start our Return Journey by 03:30pm Reach Mumbai by 8.00 OR 9.00 Depends On the Traffic.   Expenses for the Trek is 970/- Include… Read more
Posted: 29 Jun 2016 11:16 AM PDT
  Dear Friends we invite you all for One Day Monsoon Trek to Kothaligad (Peth) Fort with MumbaiRangers on 9 July 2016   Kothaligad (also called Kotligad or Kothligad) is a small Fort (3100 ft) is situated to the east of Karjat near Karjat-Murbad Road in the Indian state of  Maharashtra. It is one of the famous treks in the Karjat area, because of its small height and easy climbing. It is also known as the Fort of Peth because  of its vicinity to Peth village at its base. There is a small temple and large cave at the base and a chimney like tunnel to the top of the fort.   This pinnacle is carved from inside forming a staircase reaching the top. There is a tank of water at some distance from the cave and another one at the  top of the fort. This tunnel is the high point of the trek, with its funnel like structure and steps along the inside in a steep ascent to the very top.   Some info about the fort: Type : Hill forts Fort Range : Karjat District : Raigad Grade : Easy Height : 3100 ft. BaseVillage: Peth Trek Leader : girish p   Detail Plan : Meeting at Karjat station 08.00am Travel by jeep or tumtum till base village 09:30 – Base Village 09:30-10:30– Getting fresh & breakfast 10:30-13:00 – Trekking ( reach to top) 13:00-14:00 – Lunch break 14:00-16:30 – Reach to base 16:30-17:30 – Evening snaks 18:30 – Karjat Station for return jouney. Reach Mumbai by 8 oclock…   CST – Karjat Fast Local: This is a fast local. Pls reach the stations around 10 mins earlier, as missing this local will mean missing the trek. CST – 06:10 am Byculla – 06:18 am Dadar – 06:24 am Kurla – 06:31 am Ghatkopar – 6:35 am Thane – 6:50 am Dombivali – 7:02 am Kalyan – 7:10 am Badlapur – 07:27 am Karjat – 08:00 am   If you miss the train you miss the trek so make sure you are on time to catch the train.  Members are requested to take return ticket till karjat on their own.   People may board the same train from the station of their convenience and meet us in the train directly.  (Get into second … Read more
Posted: 29 Jun 2016 12:19 AM PDT
Event Tag: Trikon #63Event Name: Nagla Block TrailEvent Date: Sunday, 3rd July 2016Event Time: 8:00 AM to 11:00 AMEvent Cost: Rs. 300/- per pax; Rs. 200/- for children less than 14 yearsTotal Seats: 30Location: Sanjay Gandhi National park Meeting Time & Point: 7:45 AM outside the Fountain Hotel on Ghodbunder roadHow to reach: Buses are available from Borivali and Thane stations for Ghodbunder roadThe Nagla block in Thane district at the northern most tip of the Sanjay Gandhi National park is a most unique haven for biodiversity. The uniqueness of this 16 sq kilometre block of wilderness lies in the fact that it is a mixed forest of semi deciduous and mangrove type. Besides the varied vegetation, this is also an important corridor for leopards and other mammals to move to and fro from Tansa and Tungareshwar forests to Sanjay Gandhi National Park. With the advent of monsoon, the forest is buzzing with activity. Take in the soothing sights of the green forest, ephemeral plants, wild lilies, colorful bugs, spiders, praying mantis, grasshoppers and beetles and the sounds of the monsoon cicadas and crickets by taking a walk with us in this pristine forest. InclusionsPark entry feesExpertise ChargesExclusionsTrain Ticket & Bus TicketAnything other than above mentioned inclusionThings to CarryID Card2 ltrs waterCamera (Optional)Enerzyl Powder or Glucon D powderSnacks & BiscuitsClean napkin or small towelRain coat/ Poncho/ Wind cheater (Avoid umbrella)Cap, sunglasses, scarfHaversack or Backpack (No sling bags)Hand SanitizerMonsoon Safety MeasuresPut clothes, money, camera, phone etc in polythenes while packingWear shoes with good gripsWear clothes in dull colorsUse repellents to
keep bugs awayMake note of nearest railway station, bus stop, taxi stand etc.Do not stray away from your group during the trekKeep family & friends informed about your whereaboutsIMPORTANT: Avoid wearing precious Jewelry while trekking, as Travel Trikon won’t be responsible for any lo… Read more

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