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Pune Hikers Events 16.12.2015

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Posted: 15 Dec 2015 07:25 AM PST
    Mountrek India : Camping at Pimpalgaon Joge Dam near Malshej on 31st December 2015. There are so many joys in camping. The star-filled sky! The roaring fire! ! We have to be there. The choices of campgrounds near Joge Dam offer an unparalleled wilderness experience. Sit by the bonfire, cook BBQs together, and enjoy the peace and tranquility of the nature. When the night strikes, you can enjoy star gazing and sleep under the starry sky. But wait. Not until you set free the wish lamps into the sky. On the occasion of New Year we have arranged camping at Pimpalgaon Joge Dam near Malshej. Pimpalgaon Joge Dam, is an earthfill  dam on Ar river, a tributary of Kukadi River near Junnar .It is situated near Khubi phata near Malshej Ghat.It is surronded by many hills including Sindola Fort and historical Junnar city. Itinerary:Day 1:31st December 2015  03.30 PM : Gathering near Kalyan Bus Depo  04:00 PM : Move to Khubi village by Public Transport  07.00  PM  :Reach Khubi Phata and move towards  Camping Location  10.00  PM : Dinner (Veg/Nonveg)Day 2: 1st January 201612:00 AM: Campfire and welcome new year01:00 AM : Rest in Tents near Dam07:00 AM: Breakfast and Tea09:00 AM : Roaming around the lake and Visit Khereshwar Temple. 10.00 PM : Move towards Mumbai Tour participation cost will be Rs.1800/- per head. Special Discount for bulk and early bird entry.Which Includes : Breakfast and unlimited Dinner, Travelling from Kalyan to Kalyan by Public Transport,Tented accomodation The amount is to be deposited in the following account.Account No: 31993192984Name: AMEY SANJAY NIKAMIfsccode: SBIN0012925Branch: BAZAR PETH ROAD BRANCH, KALYANFor more details and Registration, Please contact on the nos. given below:Ashwin : 9867250271 Dipak : 9867051749 Amey : 99 67 837516Limited seats, Registrations on First Come First Serve Basis.Medical Disclaimer: It is most essential to be fit and fine before heading for trekking. While planning your trekking trip, it is preferable… Read more
Posted: 15 Dec 2015 12:41 AM PST
Greetings ! ! ! 
  Dukes Nose Rappelling.  The most prominent rock structure that overhangs from the valley to the right when we drive up to Lonavala is Duke’s Nose.  Dukes Nose also known as Nagphani, is a Cliff which is pointed like a snakes pointed head portion (hood) and hence the name Nagphani (Nag means snake and phani means hood). The name Dukes’nose is derived as the cliff looked like the shape of the Duke. This is a wonderful trekking spot nearby Lonavala. Half an hour walk from kurwande village takes you to the top of Duke’s nose. Right on the top of the Duke’s Nose is small temple and mindbowing view!!! Rappelling down 300 ft is really breathtaking due to roaring winds, Foggy atmosphere & of course Deep Valley. Rappelling from the Dukes Nose is quite thrilling experience with 90 Degree Rappelling in a combination of Overhang & Deep Valley View.   – Last Date of enrolment : 05-Jan-2016 – Departure time : 08th Jan 2016, 11:30 pm on  from Sanjay Gandhi National Park Gate, Borivali East. We shall reach Dukes Nose base village by 4:00 am.  – Arrival Time : 09th Jan 2016, 10:00 pm Borivali.  – Age Group – 15 to 50 – Difficulty Level : Medium  – Batch Limit : 40 Participants – Mode of transport : Non – Ac Bus from borivali – Dukes Nose – Borivali  – Route : Borivali – Fountain Hotel – Ghodbunder Road – Kapurbawdi, Majiwada Circle – Kalwa – Airoli – Khandala – Kurwande Village.   Charges  Rs 1800/- per person. Includes Transport by Non AC Bus (Borivali – Dukes Nose – Borivali) Rappelling of 300 feet with all safety measures. Morning Tea & Breakfast, Lunch, Evening tea & snacks Adventure Experts First aid kit. Safety & Tested Equipment.   Excludes Any other charges not mentioned in “Fees Include”.     Things to carry : 1) Three litres of water* 2) Cap, Hat, glares, scarf 3) Good rubber soul Shoes*  4) One Mug for tea 5) Warm Pullovers 6) Extra pair of clothes 7) Full Body covering Clothes* 8) Basic Bedding  9) Power Banks 10) Ruck Sack* 11) Own… Read more
Posted: 14 Dec 2015 11:43 PM PST
Greetings ! ! !    Dukes Nose Rappelling.  The most prominent rock structure that overhangs from the valley to the right when we drive up to Lonavala is Duke’s Nose.  Dukes Nose also known as Nagphani, is a Cliff which is pointed like a snakes pointed head portion (hood) and hence the name Nagphani (Nag means snake and phani means hood). The name Dukes’nose is derived as the cliff looked like the shape of the Duke. This is a wonderful trekking spot nearby Lonavala. Half an hour walk from kurwande village takes you to the top of Duke’s nose. Right on the top of the Duke’s Nose is small temple and mindbowing view!!! Rappelling down 300 ft is really breathtaking due to roaring winds, Foggy atmosphere & of course Deep Valley. Rappelling from the Dukes Nose is quite thrilling experience with 90 Degree Rappelling in a combination of Overhang & Deep Valley View.   – Last Date of enrolment : 05-Jan-2016 – Departure time : 09th Jan 2016, 11:30 pm on  from Sanjay Gandhi National Park Gate, Borivali East. We shall reach Dukes Nose base village by 4:00 am.  – Arrival Time : 10th Jan 2016, 10:00 pm Borivali.  – Age Group – 15 to 50 – Difficulty Level : Medium  – Batch Limit : 40 Participants – Mode of transport : Non – Ac Bus from borivali – Dukes Nose – Borivali  – Route : Borivali – Fountain Hotel – Ghodbunder Road – Kapurbawdi, Majiwada Circle – Kalwa – Airoli – Khandala – Kurwande Village.   Charges  Rs 1800/- per person. Includes Transport by Non AC Bus (Borivali – Dukes Nose – Borivali) Rappelling of 300 feet with all safety measures. Morning Tea & Breakfast, Lunch, Evening tea & snacks Adventure Experts First aid kit. Safety & Tested Equipment.   Excludes Any other charges not mentioned in “Fees Include”.     Things to carry : 1) Three litres of water* 2) Cap, Hat, glares, scarf 3) Good rubber soul Shoes*  4) One Mug for tea 5) Warm Pullovers 6) Extra pair of clothes 7) Full Body covering Clothes* 8) Basic Bedding  9) Power Banks 10) Ruck Sack* 11) Own… Read more
Posted: 14 Dec 2015 02:31 PM PST
Tadoba – Andhari Tiger Reserve with TreksandTrails, India Call: Yahya Virani +919768143706 +919970043706   About: The state of Maharashtra is a biological hotspot – rich and awesome. Trekking or visit to one of the state tiger reserves, there is something for everyone. We set of to explore Tadoba Andhari Tiger reserve this June. Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve boost of the highest density of tiger population in India. Close to 65 tigers for 620 sq km. Our trip was a great delight with many other animals that we sighted like the Peacock, India roller, bulbul, White eye Buzzard, Paradise flycatcher (male and female), India Spita, Crow pheasant, India Bison, Spotted dears, four Antler deer’s, marsh land crocodiles, Sambar, wild boar, Monitor lizard, Woodpeckers, Indian Muntjac (baking deer), Jungle hen, Serpent Eagle, Crow butterfly, Langurs, birds like the Seven sisters, Magpie Robin, Green beater are a few name that I could remember that were shared by the local guide on the open jeep safari that we had. Tadoba Andhari is located along the hills of Chimur, Kolsa, Navegoan and Mouharli. Tadoba was declared a tiger reserve in 1955 and later Andhari was joined in 1986.   Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve Highlights: Wild life Photography 4- Jungle Safari – Mouharli gate New birds species to spot Batch Size: Multiple of Six (6 – 12 – 18 – 24 max) Cost: Rs 14000.00   Tour Itinerary Day 1: Arrival at Nagpur Railway station Drive to Resort by car 2 ½ hour drive time approx. Check In 1st Safari – Evening Day 2: Early morning tea, take pack breakfast 2nd Safari – Morning Return for Lunch 3rd Safari – Evening Day 3: Early morning tea, take pack breakfast 4th Safari – Morning Check out Lunch enroute or at Nagpur   Cost includes: 4 Core area safari by 1 X 6 open gypsy. Nagpur railway station to Resort and back to Nagpur railway station transfer in air conditioned car. 2 lts mineral water at room temperature per participant on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Stay in Resort – AC rooms on tri… Read more
Posted: 14 Dec 2015 02:16 PM PST
Tadoba – Andhari Tiger Reserve with TreksandTrails, India Call: Yahya Virani +919768143706 +919970043706   About: The state of Maharashtra is a biological hotspot – rich and awesome. Trekking or visit to one of the state tiger reserves, there is something for everyone. We set of to explore Tadoba Andhari Tiger reserve this June. Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve boost of the highest density of tiger population in India. Close to 65 tigers for 620 sq km. Our trip was a great delight with many other animals that we sighted like the Peacock, India roller, bulbul, White eye Buzzard, Paradise flycatcher (male and female), India Spita, Crow pheasant, India Bison, Spotted dears, four Antler deer’s, marsh land crocodiles, Sambar, wild boar, Monitor lizard, Woodpeckers, Indian Muntjac (baking deer), Jungle hen, Serpent Eagle, Crow butterfly, Langurs, birds like the Seven sisters, Magpie Robin, Green beater are a few name that I could remember that were shared by the local guide on the open jeep safari that we had. Tadoba Andhari is located along the hills of Chimur, Kolsa, Navegoan and Mouharli. Tadoba was declared a tiger reserve in 1955 and later Andhari was joined in 1986.   Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve Highlights: Wild life Photography 4- Jungle Safari – Mouharli gate New birds species to spot Batch Size: Multiple of Six (6 – 12 – 18 – 24 max) Cost: Rs 14000.00   Next Tour Batches: Batch VI 10th June 2016 12th June 2016   Tour Itinerary Day 1: Arrival at Nagpur Railway station Drive to Resort by car 2 ½ hour drive time approx. Check In 1st Safari – Evening Day 2: Early morning tea, take pack breakfast 2nd Safari – Morning Return for Lunch 3rd Safari – Evening Day 3: Early morning tea, take pack breakfast 4th Safari – Morning Check out Lunch enroute or at Nagpur   Cost includes: 4 Core area safari by 1 X 6 open gypsy. Nagpur railway station to Resort and back to Nagpur railway station transfer in air conditioned car. 2 lts mineral water at room temperature per participant on F… Read more
Posted: 14 Dec 2015 02:06 PM PST
Tadoba – Andhari Tiger Reserve with TreksandTrails, India – Call: Yahya Virani +919768143706 +919970043706   About: The state of Maharashtra is a biological hotspot – rich and awesome. Trekking or visit to one of the state tiger reserves, there is something for everyone. We set of to explore Tadoba Andhari Tiger reserve this June. Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve boost of the highest density of tiger population in India. Close to 65 tigers for 620 sq km. Our trip was a great delight with many other animals that we sighted like the Peacock, India roller, bulbul, White eye Buzzard, Paradise flycatcher (male and female), India Spita, Crow pheasant, India Bison, Spotted dears, four Antler deer’s, marsh land crocodiles, Sambar, wild boar, Monitor lizard, Woodpeckers, Indian Muntjac (baking deer), Jungle hen, Serpent Eagle, Crow butterfly, Langurs, birds like the Seven sisters, Magpie Robin, Green beater are a few name that I could remember that were shared by the local guide on the open jeep safari that we had. Tadoba Andhari is located along the hills of Chimur, Kolsa, Navegoan and Mouharli. Tadoba was declared a tiger reserve in 1955 and later Andhari was joined in 1986.   Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve Highlights: Wild life Photography 4- Jungle Safari – Mouharli gate New birds species to spot Batch Size: Multiple of Six (6 – 12 – 18 – 24 max) Cost: Rs 14000.00   Tour Batches: Batch III 22nd April 2016 24th April 2016 Batch IV 13th May 2016 15th May 2016 Batch V 27th May 2016 29th May 2016 Batch VI 10th June 2016 12th June 2016   Tour Itinerary Day 1: Arrival at Nagpur Railway station Drive to Resort by car 2 ½ hour drive time approx. Check In 1st Safari – Evening Day 2: Early morning tea, take pack breakfast 2nd Safari – Morning Return for Lunch 3rd Safari – Evening Day 3: Early morning tea, take pack breakfast 4th Safari – Morning Check out Lunch enroute or at Nagpur   Cost includes: 4 Core area safari by 1 X 6 open gypsy. Nagpur railway station to Resort and back to Nagp… Read more
Posted: 14 Dec 2015 01:53 PM PST
Tadoba – Andhari Tiger Reserve with TreksandTrails, India Call: Yahya Virani +919768143706 +919970043706   About: The state of Maharashtra is a biological hotspot – rich and awesome. Trekking or visit to one of the state tiger reserves, there is something for everyone. We set of to explore Tadoba Andhari Tiger reserve this June. Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve boost of the highest density of tiger population in India. Close to 65 tigers for 620 sq km. Our trip was a great delight with many other animals that we sighted like the Peacock, India roller, bulbul, White eye Buzzard, Paradise flycatcher (male and female), India Spita, Crow pheasant, India Bison, Spotted dears, four Antler deer’s, marsh land crocodiles, Sambar, wild boar, Monitor lizard, Woodpeckers, Indian Muntjac (baking deer), Jungle hen, Serpent Eagle, Crow butterfly, Langurs, birds like the Seven sisters, Magpie Robin, Green beater are a few name that I could remember that were shared by the local guide on the open jeep safari that we had. Tadoba Andhari is located along the hills of Chimur, Kolsa, Navegoan and Mouharli. Tadoba was declared a tiger reserve in 1955 and later Andhari was joined in 1986.   Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve Highlights: Wild life Photography 4- Jungle Safari – Mouharli gate New birds species to spot Batch Size: Multiple of Six (6 – 12 – 18 – 24 max) Cost: Rs 14000.00   Tour Batches: Batch IV 13th May 2016
15th May 2016 Batch V 27th May 2016 29th May 2016 Batch VI 10th June 2016 12th June 2016   Tour Itinerary Day 1: Arrival at Nagpur Railway station Drive to Resort by car 2 ½ hour drive time approx. Check In 1st Safari – Evening Day 2: Early morning tea, take pack breakfast 2nd Safari – Morning Return for Lunch 3rd Safari – Evening Day 3: Early morning tea, take pack breakfast 4th Safari – Morning Check out Lunch enroute or at Nagpur   Cost includes: 4 Core area safari by 1 X 6 open gypsy. Nagpur railway station to Resort and back to Nagpur railway station transfer in air condition… Read more
Posted: 14 Dec 2015 01:31 PM PST
Tadoba – Andhari Tiger Reserve with TreksandTrails, India – Call: Yahya Virani +919768143706 +919970043706 About: The state of Maharashtra is a biological hotspot – rich and awesome. Trekking or visit to one of the state tiger reserves, there is something for everyone. We set of to explore Tadoba Andhari Tiger reserve this June. Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve boost of the highest density of tiger population in India. Close to 65 tigers for 620 sq km. Our trip was a great delight with many other animals that we sighted like the Peacock, India roller, bulbul, White eye Buzzard, Paradise flycatcher (male and female), India Spita, Crow pheasant, India Bison, Spotted dears, four Antler deer’s, marsh land crocodiles, Sambar, wild boar, Monitor lizard, Woodpeckers, Indian Muntjac (baking deer), Jungle hen, Serpent Eagle, Crow butterfly, Langurs, birds like the Seven sisters, Magpie Robin, Green beater are a few name that I could remember that were shared by the local guide on the open jeep safari that we had. Tadoba Andhari is located along the hills of Chimur, Kolsa, Navegoan and Mouharli. Tadoba was declared a tiger reserve in 1955 and later Andhari was joined in 1986.   Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve Highlights: Wild life Photography 4- Jungle Safari – Mouharli gate New birds species to spot Batch Size: Multiple of Six (6 – 12 – 18 – 24 max) Cost: Rs 14000.00   Tour Batches: Batch III           22nd April 2016             24th April 2016 Batch IV            13th May 2016               15th May 2016 Batch V            27th May 2016               29th May 2016 Batch VI            10th June 2016              12th June 2016   Tour Itinerary Day 1: Arrival at Nagpur Railway station Drive to Resort by car 2 ½ hour drive time approx. Check In 1st Safari – Evening Day 2: Early morning tea, take pack breakfast 2nd Safari – Morning Return for Lunch 3rd Safari – Evening Day 3: Early morning tea, take pack breakfast 4th Safari – Morning Check out Lunch enroute or at Nagpur   Cost inclu… Read more
Posted: 14 Dec 2015 12:41 PM PST
Tadoba – Andhari Tiger Reserve with TreksandTrails, India – Call: Yahya Virani +919768143706 +919970043706 About: The state of Maharashtra is a biological hotspot – rich and awesome. Trekking or visit to one of the state tiger reserves, there is something for everyone. We set of to explore Tadoba Andhari Tiger reserve this June. Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve boost of the highest density of tiger population in India. Close to 65 tigers for 620 sq km. Our trip was a great delight with many other animals that we sighted like the Peacock, India roller, bulbul, White eye Buzzard, Paradise flycatcher (male and female), India Spita, Crow pheasant, India Bison, Spotted dears, four Antler deer’s, marsh land crocodiles, Sambar, wild boar, Monitor lizard, Woodpeckers, Indian Muntjac (baking deer), Jungle hen, Serpent Eagle, Crow butterfly, Langurs, birds like the Seven sisters, Magpie Robin, Green beater are a few name that I could remember that were shared by the local guide on the open jeep safari that we had. Tadoba Andhari is located along the hills of Chimur, Kolsa, Navegoan and Mouharli. Tadoba was declared a tiger reserve in 1955 and later Andhari was joined in 1986.   Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve Highlights: Wild life Photography 4- Jungle Safari – Mouharli gate New birds species to spot Batch Size: Multiple of Six (6 – 12 – 18 – 24 max) Cost: Rs 14000.00   Tour Batches: Batch II             08th April 2016              10th April 2016 Batch III              22nd April 2016             24th April 2016 Batch IV            13th May 2016               15th May 2016 Batch V            27th May 2016               29th May 2016 Batch VI            10th June 2016              12th June 2016   Tour Itinerary Day 1: Arrival at Nagpur Railway station Drive to Resort by car 2 ½ hour drive time approx. Check In 1st Safari – Evening Day 2: Early morning tea, take pack breakfast 2nd Safari – Morning Return for Lunch 3rd Safari – Evening Day 3: Early morning tea, take pack breakfast 4… Read more

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