About Stargazing Astrologers use them to predict future and sailors follow them to navigate high seas. Stars, despite being tiny dots in the sky, store a plethora of information about worlds beyond Earth. From astronomy to mythology, stars have contributed to every field of knowledge. Hidden among those constellations, are trivial but interesting facts and stories. Unravel these mysteries on a fun trip to a village on the foothills of Sahyadri's. Enjoy Stargazing away from the city lights and pollution. There will be games, music and yummy local food to add fun to the cool pleasant night. About Dehne Located near Mumbai in the interiors of Maharashtra, Dehne Village serves as a base village for famous treks in the Sahyadri range. Away from the lights and air pollution of Mumbai, Dehne offers a clear sky, making it a perfect location for Stargazing. By dawn, the skyline glows against a silhouette of Ajoba Hills and a setup of a sleepy, serene village. A wide, open, unobstructed view of the sky can help photographers try their hand at Star Trail photography too! Please Note : Stargazing is completely dependant on sky conditions, in case of a cloudy sky or any other natural/human-influenced phenomenon stargazing may not be possible. Under such circumstances, Trikon will not entertain claims for a refund. Price: Rs.2199 (Ex Asangaon) Price: Rs.1999 (For Kids Aged 4 to 8) Price: Rs.1899 (Without Transport Directly At Base) Price: Rs.1699 (For Kids Aged 4 to 8 Without Transport Directly At Base) Twin Sharing Accommodation : 100 rs per person
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!