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Nature Knights "KAZ" – Adventure Workshop Saturday, March 24, 2012

Monday, March 19th, 2012 | mumbaihikers | Uncategorized

Feel The Adrenaline Rush.. One of the most Challenging Overhang Rappelling in Maharashtra..

Extreme Rappelling Event by Nature Knights..

Location: Dukes Nose (Near Khandala/ Lonavala)
Dates: Batch 1 (April 7), Batch 2 (April 8)
Features: 800 feet monolith

Camp Fee:

Early Bird Discounted Camp Fee: Rs.1950/- per person (Only Rappelling Rs.1,500/-). Members 10% Discount.

Repeat Rappelling (Add Rs.700/-). Note (Repeat rappelling will only be permissible if there is enough time left).

Includes Rappelling (Tech Support; Safety Gear and Rappelling One Time); Transport from Mumbai and Back; and Lunch.

Early Bird Discount Rs.400/- for participants registering before March 10, 2012. (Confirmed registration only against 100% advance payment).

(For Group Bookings Discounts “6 Persons and above” get in touch with: Asif – 9821081566 / asif@natureknights.net )

Schedule: (Note those who wish to attend both batch 1 and 2; we can make provision for Stay (Home Stay or Cottage or a Hotel)..

Batch 1 and Batch 2 – Same Schedule

06:00 hours – Pickup from Andheri (West), S. V. Road near Merwans Bakery. Just outside Andheri Bus Depot and Opp. Brahmakumar Hospital.
06:15 hrs – Vakola Junction, on Western Express Highway
06:20 hrs – Bandra-Kalanagar Junction Bus Stop, near Exit of Sky Walk.
06:30 hrs – Sion Station (Near Sion Lunch Home).
06:45 hrs – Chembur (Opposite to Akbar Allis Departmental Stores)
07:10 hrs – Vashi (Junction of Mumbai-Pune Highway and Station Road)
08:15 hrs – Breakfast on the way.
10:00 hrs to 16:30 hrs (Rappelling Session).
16:30 hrs – Winding up session with cup of tea and biscuits.
17:45 hrs – Start back for Mumbai.
20:30 hrs – Back at Andheri

More about Dukes Nose or Nagphani

A trekker’s delight, Dukes Nose or Nagphani is a 800-foot monolith located in Khandala. Locally known as Nagphani ( hood of the snake, as the cliff also resembles the hood of the snake), the British named it Duke’s Nose after Duke of Wellington (his pointed nose resembled this cliff). One can reach the top of Dukes Nose in one and a half hours. There is a Mahadeva temple and large space on top of the rock. This is accessible from INS Shivaji and Kurwande Village.

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