Andharban Trek - The Jungle Trek From Mumbai / Pune Andharban Trek distance: 13 km trail Andharban Trek duration: 5 to 7 hours hikeAndharban trek difficulty level: ModerateAndharban trek endurance: Medium If you have been wanting to take a refreshing trek this monsoon, then get set for the Andharban trek! Andharban which in itself means the dark and dense forest is a lush green forest located in the Pimpri region of Pune, amidst the beautiful Sahyadri range. What sets the Andharban monsoon trek apart is that it offers trekkers an experience of a deep jungle trek replete with beautiful views, gushing waterfalls, chirping of birds and misty, fogy trails. The Andharban forest trek also offers an enthralling view of the Kundalika Valley and many streams of water as well as waterfalls that make the trek all the more exciting. Witness the beautiful views of the Tamhini Ghat, enchanting flora and fauna, and species of birds such as the Dwarf Kingfisher, Malabar Whistling thrush and the Jacobin Cuckoo! Monsoon treks in Maharashtra are often planned by nature lovers and trekking enthusiasts to break away from the monotonous routine, soak in the blissful energies of the beautiful natural world and rejuvenate back to take on the world! One of the best monsoon treks near Mumbai and Pune, the Andharban trek is a delightful destination that all nature lovers shouldn’t miss out on. Hike the beautiful small hills and witness the foggy misty clouds right beside you as you trek. Did you believe that to experience gushing waterfalls, lush green patches, dense forests with rustling leaves and birds chirping all around, you have to visit North India or Northeast India? Well, no. You can indulge in a hike within your native state too. Maharashtra is blessed with the Sahyadri Range or the Western Ghats to allow trekkers or adventure enthusiasts like you to bask in nature's simplicity, beauty and tranquillity. Amidst these gigantic hills, you will come across Andharban – A trail that fits the bill of every nature wanderer and admirer. “Andhar” means dark, and “Ban” means forests. Thus, this region stands true to its name, as the thick blanket of trees does not even allow the sun’s rays to penetrate. Located in Pimpri, in Tamhini Ghats of Maharashtra at an altitude of 2160 feet, at Andharban trek, you are in for spectacular views that are soothing to the eyes and therapeutic. Pimpri village is 16 km away from Pune. Hence, you can easily catch a flight and train to Pune if you are travelling from outside Maharashtra. If you are from Mumbai, you can easily find multiple trains and bus options at a convenient time. You can drive to Lonavala, which is 50 km away from Pimpri. An unexploited trail a few years ago, but very much in demand and at the top of every hiker's bucket list today, Andharban’s trek distance is a 13 km trail (5 to 7 hours hike) with a moderate difficulty level. The best time to take this trail is pre-monsoon or monsoon (June to September) or winter (October to January). The Andharban Jungle trek starts from Pimpri Dam, and it is advisable to begin the Andharban trek early at sunrise. The initial hike is a walk through the flat lands. On your way in the woods, you will be accompanied by poppy fields and farms, beautiful patches of blooming flowers such as lilies and several waterfalls and ponds. You can even plunge or walk through these water streams – Kundalika Valley while trekking through Andharban forest will not disappoint you. You will also encounter different species of birds, such as the Dwarf Kingfisher, Malabar Whistling thrush and the Jacobin Cuckoo! As you ascend, you will have yourself surrounded by foggy, misty and disappearing clouds at Andharban jungle trek. You are stuck in a loop, a viscous digital circle. Break the monotony and pamper yourself with a magical trek arranged by nature with an overload of pure oxygen, the rhythm of the jungle and mesmerising landscapes. Be ready to skip a heartbeat and be in awe of nature’s aesthetics. Note: Lunch will be taken by 3 pm post completing the trek at the base camp. Cost for Andharban Jungle Trek with T Trikon Cost without transport: Rs. 999/- per person Cost with transport from Pune: Rs. 1499/- per person Cost with transport from Mumbai : Rs. 1699/- per person
Kaas Plateau Tour from Mumbai and Pune Have you ever heard of the phrase "bed of roses," which is used to describe a scenario or an activity that is cosy and simple? Yes, we are asking you to physically enjoy a huge and stunning bed of flowers with Kaas Pathar. Not just roses, but a variety of flowers, all the way to the horizon in your eyes' reach. If Kashmir or Uttarakhand are the first places that come to mind when you hear the phrase "valley of flowers," then Kaas Pathar, is the Maharashtra’s answer to the valley of flowers. Kaas Plateau also known as the "Kaas Pathar" is situated in the Western Ghat’s Sahyadri range, 22 km from Satara city in the state of Maharashtra, India. The name Kaas originates from Kaasa tree. As the leaves of this tree mature, they turn from green to red. During the flowering season from mid –August to October, almost every inch of the plateau is bedecked with flowers of various colors and sizes. In fact, recently, Kaas plateau has been declared as a “Biodiversity World Heritage Site” by The United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) due to the floral diversity found here. Kaas Lake, which is surrounded by a dense forest, lies between Sajjangad fort and the Kanher Dam. Kaas plateau has more than 850 different species of flowers and other plants including Orchids, Karvy and even carnivorous plants such as Drosera Indica. What makes this a Special trip? No doubt Kaas is a visual delight but it is also important to understand the Ecology of the place and how we can protect it from degradation. We will guide you on the same. You can read more about Kaas plateau at http://www.ttrikon.com/blog/is-kaaspathar-really-the-magical-place-to-witness-flower-bloom/ Cost for Kaas Plateau Tour from Mumbai and Pune with T Trikon Cost without transport: Rs. 1999/- per person Cost with transport from Pune: Rs. 1999/- per person Cost with transport from Mumbai : Rs. 2999/- per person
Mr. Bachchan had once said “Kutch nahi dekha toh Kuch nahi dekha!” This quote is true in all aspects. Kutch or Great Rann of Kutch or White Dessert refers to the white salt desert, which is an empty expanse of white salt land and has blue sky above. On the full moon night, watch the entire carpet of salt i.e. Rann of Kutch glow as if in a dreamland. Mix of art and culture, traditions and ancient heritage all come together to deliver a scintillating experience. During the Rann Utsav, you can experience the superior indulgence of Kutchi culture and live performances. Witness the local artisans weaving traditional artwork and displaying the handicrafts. At Trikon, we also take you for a Bhuj sightseeing tour where you can explore the Havelis and Mahals for the Royal treatment.Shop for Bandani, jewelry and dazzling fabric for an amazing feel. Please Note : Since the full moon is on a weekday, we have tried to schedule our batches on the closest weekends. Event : 9999/- per person ( 3499 rs Extra for 3AC Coach Train Tickets ) Twin Sharing Accomodation : 2000 rs extra per room. Batch 1 : 09th - 12th Feb 2024 ( Rann Festival Special Batch ) Batch 2 : 23rd - 26th Feb 2024 ( Full Moon Special Batch ) Mumbai to Mumbai Cost: 9999/- per person ( Sleeper Coach Train Tickets ) Mumbai to Mumbai Cost: 13500/- per person ( AC Train Tickets ) Bhuj to Bhuj Cost: 8999/- per person ( Train Ticket Cost Not Included ). For Long Weekend Prices will be different, Contact to Team ! NOTE : AC Tickets are depend on the availability, Incase for any reason we are not able to provide AC tickets, then we will provide you confirmed sleeper coach train tickets and difference in fare will be refunded back to your account in 3-5 working days. To get confirm tickets please make sure you book 30-60 days in advance.
Grade: Medium If you want to do something different this time when you set out to enjoy nature, this beach trek is for you! With every step you take, there will be sound of waves crashing onto colorful rocks, golden sand and breathtaking views with every little hill you climb. Also, did we mention there’s a ferry ride, camping on a beach and sleeping under the stars? Yeah, it’s magical. You might even spot dolphins if you’re lucky! Need we say more? About Kumta-Gokarna Situated by the Konkan Railway route, the trail between Kumta and Gokarna connects more than 10 clean and beautiful beaches on the northern tip of Karnataka. Most are untouched by regular tourists and only shelter few shacks for beach lovers. Start the trail at Kumta, walk through Vannali Beach, Kadle Beach, Nirvana Beach, Paradise Beach, Half-Moon Beach and Om Beach to name a few. End the trek at Gokarna, which is home to a famous Shiva Temple. Please Note: This is a two-day trek covering approximately 15 kms in all. Every participant must carry 2 full bottles of water since there may not be shops or water outlets in between stops. There will be a vehicle to carry luggage like sleeping bags, tents, camping equipment etc. So you need to carry only a day pack for water, food, cap etc. Please divide your luggage in 2 bags accordingly. The bag that is to be left in the vehicle should be locked. Mumbai to Mumbai Cost: 4499/- per person ( Sleeper Coach Train Tickets ) Mumbai to Mumbai Cost: 6999/- per person ( AC Train Tickets ) Kumta to Gokarna Cost: 3499/- per person ( Train Ticket Cost Not Included ). Please Note : AC Tickets is depend on the availability , Incase for any reason we are not able to provide AC tickets , then we will provide you confirmed sleeper coach train tickets and difference in fare will be refunded back to your account in 3-5 working days.
Devkund Waterfalls Trek From Mumbai and Pune Devkund waterfall trek base village: Bhira villageDevkund waterfall Trek distance: 4.5 kilometers one way from base villageDevkund waterfall Trek duration: 2-3 hours to complete one wayDevkund waterfall trek difficulty level: Moderate Devkund waterfall trek endurance: Moderate Devkund waterfall distance from Mumbai: 120 kilometersDevkund waterfall distance from Pune: 100 kilometers The destination next that keeps the monsoon bliss on is none other than the Devkund waterfall. Dense, beautiful, and filled with various shades of green, Devkund Waterfall is home to many unexplored species of wilderness. As you trek along the paths, you’ll get a thrilling experience of embarking on unmapped trails pushing behind all the hurdles and bushes that come your way. A sight to behold would be the moment you reach the Devkund Waterfall!!! Relish! Jump! Splash and Play!!! The Devkund Waterfalls Trek is a popular hiking trail located in the Western Ghats of India, near the small town of Bhira in Maharashtra. The trail takes you through lush green forests, rocky terrain, and streams before reaching the magnificent Devkund Waterfalls. The trek is considered moderate in difficulty, making it an ideal option for both seasoned trekkers and beginners. The trail starts from the Bhira Dam and stretches for approximately 4 km. The path is well-marked, and you'll encounter a few steep climbs and descents along the way. The forest is home to a variety of flora and fauna, including different species of birds, butterflies, and monkeys. You'll cross streams and small waterfalls, and the sound of the gurgling water will keep you company throughout your journey. The Devkund Waterfalls is the highlight of the trek, and it's a sight to behold. The waterfall cascades from a height of around 80 feet into a pool of crystal-clear water, and the mist created by the water spray is refreshing. The pool is ideal for a dip, and you can spend some time swimming and relaxing before starting the return trek. Overall, the Devkund Waterfalls Trek is a delightful experience that offers stunning views of nature's beauty. The best time to go on the trek is during the monsoon season when the waterfall is at its full glory. However, it's essential to check weather conditions before embarking on the journey to avoid any unforeseen situations. Some interesting facts about Devkund waterfall: Devkund waterfall is located near Bhira village in the Raigad district of Maharashtra, India. The waterfall is formed by the confluence of three streams, and the water flows down from a height of around 80 feet. Devkund waterfall is known for its crystal-clear blue-green water, which is said to be mesmerizing and refreshing. The trek to Devkund waterfall is around 4 km long and takes around 2-3 hours to complete, and the path offers beautiful views of the Western Ghats. Devkund waterfall is surrounded by lush green forests and is home to a variety of flora and fauna, including different species of birds and butterflies. The waterfall is a popular trekking spot and attracts many trekkers, especially during the monsoon season when the water flow is at its peak. There are limited facilities available at Devkund waterfall, including a small snack shop and basic toilet facilities, so visitors are advised to carry their own water and snacks. Devkund waterfall is also popular among adventure enthusiasts, and visitors can indulge in activities such as camping, trekking, and river rafting in the nearby Kundalika River. The best time to visit Devkund waterfall is from June to February when the weather is pleasant and the waterfall is in full flow. Devkund waterfall is a natural wonder that offers a beautiful and serene escape from the chaos of city life, making it a must-visit destination for nature lovers and adventure seekers. Cost for Devkund Waterfall Trek with T Trikon Cost without transport: Rs.999/- per person Cost with transport from Pune: Rs.1499/- per person Cost with transport from Mumbai : Rs.1599/- per person
Located on the west coast of Gujarat state of India, Daman is an impressive beach city offering a perfect weekend getaway from Mumbai. It takes pride in showcasing some great beaches that are popular among the tourists from around the world. With soothing and calm water, smooth sand and swaying coconut palms, the beaches of Daman draw everyone's attraction instantly. Although we have heard about Daman, little do we realize about its rich cultural background. It is not just famous for its beach but also Portuguese era architecture, churches and the scenic beauty in the twin towns of Nani-Daman and Moti-Daman, which lie opposite each other across the Daman Ganga. Give time a break and be at Daman for a day with Trikon to explore sprawling forts, old Portuguese architecture and beautiful beaches. Event Price: Rs.2999/- per person For Trikon Membership Holders: Rs 2699/- per member To avail membership click here http://bit.ly/2LxliDR
Surrounded by lush green forests and fields, the trekking route towards Maharashtra’s Highest Peak i.e. Kalsubai is a surreal experience for all the nature lovers and trek enthusiasts. Challenging yet fun-filled, kalsubai trek towards the highest summit will test your patience and offer an amazing panaromic view of several more mountain ranges like Alang, Madangad, Kulang, Ratangad (south west) and to the south Pabhargad, Ghanchakkar & Harishchandragad. About the place Nestled among the Sahyadri range, Kalsubai is a mix of medium ascend slopes as well as rocky patches overlooking the valley below. To reach Kalsubai Summit, Govt. has built many iron ladders along the vertical hill slopes. Also, attempting to climb the most wish-listed mountain in the Sahyadri - Kalsubai offers a great sense of achievement for most of the trekking enthusiasts.
Garbett Plateau is one of the most beautiful treks in Matheran. It offers a 360 degree view of the entire Matheran range from the top. Starting from Bhivpuri, the trail alternates between flat and steep patches thereby making it a challenging yet fun trek. A night trek is sure to add thrill to the adventure of making it to the top by sunrise! About Garbett Point Situated on the south-west of Matheran, Garbett Point offers a breathtaking view of the range and the lake below. Back in 1850, Hugh Poyntz Malet discovered this place for leisure and relaxation. Windy and breezy, Garbett point is indeed a beautiful destination to hike any time of the year. The plateau can be spotted from the train itself!
Rajasthan, land of Royalty and legacy that the Kings based have delivered. The land of bravery and heritage, havelis and captivating forts bespoken by the legendary kathas never fail to give you goosebumps! Trikon this year embarks to the land of Raja, Maharaja and their Maharanis. We promise to take you along some beautiful forts, havelis, geographical beauties, temples and ruins of the unspoken lands of Rajasthan…yes the unseen and the forgotten Rajasthan. That’s why we call this trip the “Offbeat Rajasthan”. This isn’t the cliché Rajasthan trip where you’ll be dipped and soaked in the culture, but it lets you soak and absorb the unheard history, dance and sing your heart out and also takes you back to the era that’s left way back. Come join us as we explore the hidden gems of Rajasthan. About Bundi – Rajasthan’s Best Kept Secret! This little kindom is known for its famous water reservoirs, architectural style forts, mahals, Havelis and stepwells. It’s a bizarre laid back town which carries the beauty of left behind love and forgotten names. Queen of Hadoti, Bundi is also called by this name. Bundi has also been a great source of inspiration for Rudyard Kipling who wrote his art works in the palace of Bundi. Cherry on the top, we are staying back at this beautiful place it’s definitely gonna take your breath away. About Kota’s Grand Canyon – HAR HAR Mahadev Ever wondered how does the Chamba Nadi look like? What made the Greatest of all Shiva to be precisely placed at the edge of the cliff temple? What makes Kota’s grand canyon as one of the most captivating destination ever? Why backpackers never fail to visit this destination on the trip to Rajasthan? Well, an answer to all these questions is the destination itself. Spread your arm and click a panoramic view picture. This huge and magnificent Grand canyon of India is another Rajasthan’s best kept secret which will be unveiled by us. Overlooking the Chamba river, Garadia Mahadev is indeed a charm-loved destination in Rajasthan. About Chittaurgarh - The prominent Padmavati Queen and her Kathas Considered as India’s largest fort, Chittorgarh fort acts as a boundary to the city. Perched on a high hill, this fort was unbreakable and undefeatable. Queen Padmavati resided in this fort and performed Jauhar and became the ever worshipped queen in Chittor. Rest, the movie Padmavat has already sung the bravery of Raja Ratan Singh. Words fall short to describe the beauty of this destination. Come let’s do this one time and touch the hidden places of Rajasthan. Mumbai to Mumbai Cost: 7999/- per person ( Sleeper Coach Train Tickets ) Mumbai to Mumbai Cost: 10999/- per person ( AC Train Tickets )