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Camping at Sandhan Valley

Short Info : Sandhan valley is one of the greatest canyons in the Sahyadri mountain ranges. It is a very good combination of a canyon and a valley. Located in the Nagar district, near the famous fort Ratangad, Sandhan valley is undoubtedly The Valley of Suspense. Walking through the narrow streak of valley with 300 ft rock walls on both the sides is a lifetime experience. This time we are going to do camping with music and lots of ghost stories.1555516_10151819123870614_748556425_n

Duration : 2 Nights / 2 Days

Level : Easy

Highlights of Outing :

1. Unexplored Sandhan Valley
2. Camping at Sandhan Valley in Tents
3. Songs and ghost stories
4. Food Cooking at camp
5. Bhandardara and Amruteshwar Temple sightseeing
6. Reverse Waterfall (Only while Monsoon)

Itinerary :

Friday Night journey :

Leave for Kasara by last train at 00:15 am meet at Kasara Station By 3:00am. Transport to base village by Jeep/Trax

Day-1 : Reaching Samrad By 6:00 am. Get up by 7:00am. Breakfast. By 9:00 am Proceed to Explore Sandhan valley. Experience the thrill in chilled Sandhan Valley after monsoon . After Sandhan valley exploration will proceed for konkan kada , reverse waterfall (*depends on rain and air) spend some time at konkan kada . After Lunch get ready for bonfire session, singing , dancing , ghost stories.

Day-2 : After breakfast proceed towards Amruteshwar Temple and Bhandardara. Lunch at Bhandardara. Proceed towards Kasara by Jeeps/Traxx. Reach Kasara Station by 6:00 pm.

Inclusions :
1.Transportation from Kasara to Kasara by Jeep / Trax
2. All Veg Meals.
3. Accommodation in Tents.
4. Expertise and Guide Charges

Exclusions :
1.Anything other than mentioned above


SANDHAN VALLEY TREK : Completely descending the valley of Shadows !!sandhan-valley

About the Tour :
Sandhan valley is one of the greatest canyons in the Sahyadri mountain ranges. It is a very good combination of a canyon and a valley. Located in the Nagar district, near the famous fort Ratangad, Sandhan valley is undoubtedly The Valley of Suspense. Walking through the narrow streak of valley with 300 ft rock walls on both the sides is a lifetime experience. Descending full Sandhan valley is always a memorable outing and the overnight stay under the sparkling sky, along the reservoir side, is a sweet cherry on the cake!!

Disclaimer* :
1. First Time Trekkers are not advisable to join the Sandhan Valley FULL DESCEND TREK.
2. As it is the hardcore trek and not camping, we are staying the open place and not tents.

Itinerary :
Day 1 :
Overnight journey towards Samrad village by last local train from CSTM to Kasara (12:10 am)
Proceed to Samrad By Private Jeep. Early morning arrival at Samrad, freshen up and breakfast. By 7:00 am, proceed to Sandhan Valley Trek. Experience the thrill of the trek in the valley. Have Lunch And Start rappelling activity and descend the further part. Reach the stay point by evening. Have dinner. Overnight Stay in Open At the Same Point.

Day 2 :
Freshen up. Post breakfast, proceed towards Dehne village, Asangoan. Have lunch at Dehne village and proceed to Asangoan by Public Transport. Catch local train by evening to Mumbai/Pune

Tour Concludes with Happy Memories ?

Inclusions :
1. Transportation from Kasara to Samrad and Back from Dehne to Asagoan
2. All Meals (Except Saturdays lunch )
3. Rappelling Charges
4. Expertise and Guide Charges

Exclusions:
1. Lunch on Day 1
2. Personal Expense
3. Anything other than Mentioned Above.

Things to carry: ID Proof Compulsory
Bedsheet / Pull Over / Sleeping Bag / Sleeping Mat Compulsory
Lunch for the Saturday Compulsory
Dry Food (snacks)
Torch (Must) with extra cell
Personal First Aid Kit
Cap, goggle, sunscreen etc.
Good Quality Trekking shoes Compulsory
Electral powder / Glucon D / Tang Compulsory
Camera (Optional)
Water Bottle (2 Liter) Compulsory
Rugsack to carry all this thing. (No handbags or jholas)
Rain covers
Sanitary Kit
Extra Pair of Clothes
Note :
There is very basic freshen up / washroom facility at the top.There is only one toilet at the base village.
Avoid carrying heavy weight for the trek.
Floaters and Sandals are not allowed, please wear good grip sport shoes or trekking shoes of good quality


TREK TO KALSUBAI PEAK : HIGHEST PEAK OF MAHARASHTRA

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About the Tour :

Kalsubai Peak is the Highest Peak of the Sahyadris (1646M) in the Akole Taluka of Ahmednagar District of Maharashtra. Kalsubai Temple is Located at the Topmost peak of Sahyadri Mountain Range Of Maharashtra. To reach the summit there are various trekking routes and animal tracks. The main route starts from the village of Bari which is about six km from Bhandardara. To reach Bari, one has to travel to Igatpuri on the Mumbai Nasik route.
Disclaimer* :
There are no sheds on the top of the Peak. The mornings at Kalsubai Peak are extremely chilling. Have the mindset of it and carry the warm clothes.

ITINERARY :
Reach Kasara and proceed towards the Bari Village by private transportation. Freshen up and have breakfast. Post briefing and introduction session, starts ascending the Kalsubai. Reach at the top. Explore the surrounding.

Start descending the peak. Reach at the base village. Have lunch and proceed back to Kasara.

Tour Concludes with Happy memories. ?

Inclusions:
Transportation from Kasara to Kasara
Morning and Evening Refreshment
Lunch on Sunday
Guide and Expertise Charges

Exclusions:
Anythings other then above mentioned inclusions.

Things to Carry :
Things to carry: Id proof Compulsory
Sleeping bag/ Pullover / Mat
Dry Food (snacks)
Torch (Must) with extra cell
Personal Medicines / First Aid Kit
Cap, goggle, Sun screen
Good quality trekking shoes(compulsory)
Electrol powder / Glucon D / Tang
Camera (Optional)
Water Bottle (2 Litre) (Must)
Towel / Napkin and Sanitary Kit
Extra pair of clothes.
Rugsack to carry all this thing.

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