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Shivjayanti Special Lingana Climbing & Rappelling

Lingana 1000 feet Climbing & Rappelling Dream of Every Trekker…. Lingana is a massive pinnacle on the mainline of the Sahyadris between Raigad and Torna. It takes its name from its shape which is like a linga. First half is easy to climb while the second is difficult....
Sandhan Valley Camping

Sandhan Valley Trek

Sandhan Valley Trek About Sandhan Valley Trek Rising 3000 feet above sea level, Sandhan Valley is a deep natural crack in the scenic sahyadri mountains of Maharashtra. Sandhan valley is located near beautiful Bhandardara region near village called Samrad. Imagine walking along a...
Raigad - Takmak Tok 1000 feet Rappelling

Takmak tok Rappelling 350 Feet

Takmak tok Rappelling 350 Feet Shivaji Maharaj captured Rairi from Javli’s More & named it as Raigad. The biggest ceremony in Indian history as Shiv Rajyabhishek so as Raigad becomes Maratha empire capital. To reach top we have to climb around 1400 to 1450 steps. While...

Rajdher – Koldher – Indrai Trek

Rajdher – Koldher – Indrai Trek One of the mountain ranges of Sahyadri starts from Surgana in Nasik, and ends at Chandvad. This is called Ajanta Satmaal. Amongst the various forts in this range, Rajdher, Indrai, Koldher and Chandvad lie in the Chandvad taluka. As we enter reach...
Peb Fort Trek by Explorers Pune Mumbai

Peb Fort (Vikatgad)

Peb Fort (Vikatgad) About Peb Fort: Peb fort derives its name from the Goddess ‘Pebi’; Peb fort is also called ‘Vikatgad’ for its supposed shape of the Elephant Headed God, ‘Ganesh’. The trek to the top of Peb fort involves surmounting a small...
Vasota Fort Jungle Trek by Explorers Pune Mumbai

Vasota Fort Jungle Trek

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Vasota Fort Jungle Trek Vasota Fort Jungle Trek: Vasota Fort (also called Vyaghragad) is located in Satara district in the Indian state of Maharashtra. Shivaji Maharaj named the fort “Vyaghragad” (Vyaghra – means tiger), owing to its difficult natural defense....