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Pune Trekking Network 14.6.2016

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Posted: 13 Jun 2016 10:40 PM PDT
Key Information about Night Trek to Kalavantin Durg Date :3rd April 16 Type: Hill Fort Height: 2330 Feet above MSL (Approx) Grade: Medium Base Village: Thakurwadi Region: Panvel   Kalavantin Durg   Kalavantin Durg is situated on northeast side of Panvel, on Mumbai-Pune road. Can see it from express highway a V-Shaped one. The Left one is Kalwantin Durg & right side is Prabalgad. The fort top commands an excellent view of the surroundings with Prabal in the front. Matheran, Chanderi, Shrimallang, Irshal Karnala, Manikgad, etc can be easily identified. Kalavantin durg is a adjoining hill (pinnacle) to Prabalgad.   Itinerary for the trip as below :   Day 1:Sunday   Meeting Point for Mumbai and Pune People: Panvel St Depot at 07:00 am Move ahead to Base Village in next an hour or so. Introduction, instructions and start the trek Reach the plateau in 2 hrs. Rest for a while. Start Ascend towards Kalwantin. Reach atop by 12:00 pm. Explore & Start Descend. Back to the plateau by 01:00 pm. After lunch descend back till 4 pm. Start our return journey and Reach Panvel by 05:30 pm   Inclusions: Travelling from Pavel to Panvel, Breakfast and Evening Refreshments.   Exclusions: Mineral water, Softdrinks etc. Anything other than above mentioned inclusions The Cost of theTrek is :
Rs 550/- per head.   Payment details :- One needs to deposit INR 550/- into the following bank account to confirm his/her registration.   The amount is to be deposited in the following account. Account No: 31993192984 Name: AMEY SANJAY NIKAM Ifsccode: SBIN0012925 Branch: BAZAR PETH ROAD BRANCH, KALYAN Things to carry : Identity proof (must) A bottle of water (atleast 2 Ltrs) Compulsory Some ready to eat food. Plum cakes, Biscuits etc. Torch with Extra Batteries Sleeping Bag or Bedding Cap, Camera Personal Care stuff, Medicine those if u require usually A good trekking shoes, A haversack to put in all the things to be carried….so that one … Read more
Posted: 13 Jun 2016 10:34 PM PDT
Explore Dudhsagar Waterfall and Trekking in Jungle, Goa on 14th – 15th August 2016.Visit the spectacular waterfall knows as Dudhsagar & Trekking in Jungle in Goa. Dudhsagar is one of the world’s most exquisite falls. It lies high up in the Mandovi River’s watershed and so are so spectacular during the monsoon season when the falls are transformed into one of the most powerful falls in India. Dudhsagar Falls is listed as India’s fifth tallest waterfall and is 227th in the world at 310 m. The water plummets hundreds of meters (over a thousand feet) in large volumes during the rainy monsoon season, forming one of the most spectacular natural phenomena in Goa.There is also a legend associated with this waterfall. It is believed that a beautiful princess lived in the forest (near present day Dudhsagar Falls) in a palace. She loved and enjoyed bathing in a lake nearby and used to drink “sweetened milk” from her “golden jug” after finishing with her bath. One day while enjoying her jug of milk she found herself being watched by a prince, who was standing amongst the trees. Red with embarrassment at her inadequate bathing attire, she poured the jug of milk in front of him to form an improvised curtain to hide her body while the maids rushed to cover her with her dress. It is said that it is that sweetened milk that cascades down the mountain slope as Dudhsagar Falls to this day as a tribute to the virtue and modesty of the princess.This is equally scenic but less popular route. One has to get down at Kuhlem (Collem) railway station and walk towards the falls which is about 11 km away. It normally takes 2–3 hours to reach. The famous photograph of Trains passing through before the waterfalls can be seen in this route and also the complete stretch of the falls will be visible while you hike towards the waterfalls.Itinerary for the trip as below: -Day 1: SundayMeeting Point :Lokamanya Tilak Terminus @ 08.00 Hrs We will be catching the LTT HUBLI Express at 09.05 Hrs.Reach M… Read more
Posted: 13 Jun 2016 04:21 AM PDT
Rs.1250 per person – Inclusive of all taxes, overnight stay in tents , evening tea , dinner and break Fast4.00.00pm- check in allocation of tents4.30-5.30- Swim in the river with life jackets5.30-6- Evening Tea6-7- Try your hands on archery , Air rifle , Darts (will not be done if it is raining) 7.30-8.30 – Leisure time9-10.30pm – Dinner ( Veg or Non Veg Buffet)10.30pm- Campfire (limited time- (will not be done if it is raining) 11.30pm Wind upImportant Note: As we have village gram panchayat permission till 11.30pm only , wind up strictly after 11.30pm; No chatting, discussing, singing inside or outside tents after 11.30pm; all campers have to sleep compulsorily ; plz respect privacy of other campers. No music after 9.30pm. Any person or group found flouting the same would be asked to leave the campsite without any refunds.Next day8.30-9.30 Break Fast & Tea10-am Check out  Contact : 9819833345 Milan Wadkar  Post check out optionsTake a Self driven local wai tour – Picturesque Balkavdi Dam, Dhom Dam, Dholya Ganpati Temple, Menavli Ghat, Nana Phadnavis Wada and Narsinha TempleOr self driven Panchgani & Mahableshwar Tour.Wai is approximately 250kms from Mumbai or ~4.5hrs and 90kms from Pune or ~2hrsBuffet menu is fixed for campers as followsDinner will be suke chicken suke rassaa bhakri chapati rice for nov veg and mutter paneer masala, potato sabji and Dal tadka for veg.Facilities included in customized package:Group Tent (with Sleeping Gadi/air bed; Pillows and 1 Kashmiri Kambal)Shared Washrooms Rooms and Toilets tents are available at the campsite with running water.Common Space for recreation.All meals are village cooked (enjoy local flavors).Water would be mineral for drinking and borewell for cookingShared amenities like: Chairs; Tables and GazebosRecommended Checklist for Camping:Mosquito Repellent (odomos)Trackpants or Leggings; Shorts / Three Fourths; T­Shirts; Cap or HatChange Clothes and Swimming TrunksRainy Wear a must as we are in monsoonsTowel an… Read more

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