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Krishnagiri Sunrise Trek - Tour
Krishnagiri Sunrise Trek
₹ 899
12 Hours
Available on request
Electronic City, Karnataka
Krishnagiri Sunrise Trek
₹ 899
One of the best hiking trail near Bangalore, Krishnagiri is a 5 km trek across a spectacular lush green landscape that offers a quite unique scenic view similar to that of Western Ghats. The trek starts from a small village, entering the fort wall and passes through way between stones to reach the halfway point of the hike. The view from the top is beautiful enough to seize your mind for a moment. Experience a whole new unexpected world and ends at the grassland top of the hill which is surrounded by huge boulders. After spending some time at the top with little chit-chat enjoy the sunrise and after some time we begin to descend back towards the base point of the trek,  Date : 18th - 19th January 2020 read more read less
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Night Trek to Bhairavgad (Moroshi) - Tour
Night Trek to Bhairavgad (Moroshi)
₹ 1,499
18 Hours
Available on request
Dadar, Maharashtra
Night Trek to Bhairavgad (Moroshi)
₹ 1,499
All those trekking enthusiasts, come join us for an exciting night trek to Bhairavgad! Bhairvagad located in the Malshej Ghat of the mighty Sahyadri Ranges is easily identifiable by its sharp pinnacle, separated from the main range. After trekking through the loose soil for a while, you will be hiking your way through the rock-cut steps. Besides trekking, you will also be doing rock-climbing! The highlight of the trek will be the scenic beauty of – NaneGhat, Malshej Ghats, Ajoba and Harishchandragad that you would be witnessing once you reach atop.  Batch 1 : Saturday, 06th - Sunday, 07th Feb 2021 Batch 2:  Saturday, 20th - Sunday, 21st Feb 2021   read more read less
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Tringalwadi Monsoon Trek - Tour
Tringalwadi Monsoon Trek
₹ 1,299
12 Hours
Available on request
Andheri East, Maharashtra
Tringalwadi Monsoon Trek
₹ 1,299
Tringalwadi Fort located in the Igatpuri Taluka of Nashik District is one of the easiest forts to trek in Sahyadris. It is believed that the fort offered a strategic point to the Maratha army to do surveillance of the trade route from Konkan to Nashik. However, Shahaji Raje had to concede the fort to Mughals after the battle of Mahuli. Though the fort is in ruins now, one can envisage the grandeur of the fort from its steps and the entrance gate, which are carved from a single rock.  It is estimated that the fort was built in 10th century and the first Jain Tirthankar Adinathji mediated in the cave situated at the base of the fort. Tringalwadi offers a splendid view of the surroundings – especially the panoramic view of Trinagalwadi Lake and the Pandav Leni (It is said that the Pandavas lived in the caves during exile, hence the name Pandav Leni) are a sight to behold. There’s a Bhavani Mata Temple, and a rock cut water cistern on the fort. So what are you waiting for? Set out on a trek to this forgotten fort and gain an insight into an unheard, untold yet significant part of the history. Date : 3rd July 2021 read more read less
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