Kolad is a spectacular location to experience the pleasure of white water river rafting. Kundalika River which starts in Tamhini Ghat and runs through kolad village is recognised as perfect place for white water rafting for amateurs. this activity is conducted between two dams over a stretch of approx 12Km. We start on the lower side of Bhira Dam and the water runs in to Dolwahal dam. Since it is situated between two dams the safety is higher since there are no unknown changes in the levels of water and because of this Kundalika river and Kolad region is recognised as water sports hub.
Kundalika river’s approx. 12 Km stretch will give you all the excitement you need to relax your mind from regular tensions and work related stress. During this 2.5 hours stretch you will encounter rapids up to grade 3 and if the rain is high few days before you go for rafting then you can expect the rapid up to grade 4.
This activity, apart from fun brings out group coordination skills, power in your arms as well as courage.
White Water Rafting at Kolad
Date: 20 May, 2012
Duration: 1 Day
Fees: Rs. 2,200 per person
What is included in the Fees: > Pune- Kolad – Pune travelling by Private bus > Tea & Breakfast, evening tea on the way > Buffet Lunch > Bathroom and Changing room facility > Rafting charges, Safety Equipments and Expertise
Bhimashankar is a wildlife sanctuary reserved for Giant Squirrel. This is state animal for Maharashtra. We will be walking in the Bhimashankar wilderness watching everything.
We can come across uncommon wild flowers, variety of birds, some colourful butterflies and other insects. Some Frogs or Snakes also might cross our path. While we walk our team will be telling you the information about these wild beauties.
Bhimashankar Nature Trail
Date:27 May, 2012
Duration: 1 Day
Fees:Rs 850/- (Inclusive of service tax)
What is included in the Fees: >Private Transport from pune to pune. >All food (breakfast, lunch, tea/snacks) during the trail. >Expertise. >First Aid Kit. >Safety equipment.
There are several forts named Jaigad and from that two Jaigad forts are situated in the same Ratnagiri district but one is a coastal one an other is located in a dense Jungle. The fort on the coast is recognised as Only “Jaigad” and the second one which is located in dense forest is known as “Jangli Jaigad” after its location.
Jangli Jaigad is one of the most interesting Jungle treks where we get to see real dense forest. This forest is part of Koyna WLS which is now part of Sahyadri Tiger Reserve. The forest around this fort acts like a wildlife corridor between Koyna and Chandoli forest.
Though Jangli Jaigad as a fort doesn’t have much attraction, its location itself i extremely beautiful. We can get excellent view of Dense Jungle, Koyna Dam back waters, Kumbharli Ghat and the water body created by discharge of Koyna hydro electricity project stage 4 discharge. Practically we stand on the mountain which carries the stage 4 underground pielines. Trek is categorised as easy grade difficulty but medium grade endurance.
Jungli Jaigad Trek
Date: 09-10 June, 2012
Duration: 1 Night 1 Day
Fees:Rs 1250/- (Inclusive of all taxes)
What is included in the Fees: > Transport from Pune to Pune by Private vehicle. > All food during the trek.(Breakfast, Lunch Dinner on Day 1) > Expertise. > Safety equipments. > First Aid kit.