The Western Ghats or the Western Mountain range is a mountain range that covers an area of 160,000 km² in a stretch of 1,600 km parallel to the western coast of the Indian peninsula, traversing the states of Gujarat, Maharashtra, Goa, Karnataka, Kerala and Tamil Nadu. We arrange treks to forts in Maharashtra and even adventure and camping activities over the weekend and other places too.

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Waterfall Rappelling at Panchgani - Tour
Waterfall Rappelling at Panchgani
₹ 1,899
1 Day
27 Jul and 28 Jul
Panchgani, Maharashtra
Waterfall Rappelling at Panchgani
₹ 1,899
Waterfalls during monsoon is the most amazing sight to behold. Mountains come alive with greenery and waterfalls start gushing providing water to streams, rivers, and dams. Waterfall rappelling has become a popular adventure sports activity in India. During this activity, one has to rappell down through the gushing flow of waterfall using a rope and other safety equipments.  read more read less
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Aadrai Jungle Trek - Tour
Aadrai Jungle Trek
₹ 1,550
1 Day
28 Jul and 25 Aug
Khireshwar, Maharashtra
Aadrai Jungle Trek
₹ 1,550
The Aadrai Jungle trek is an exciting adventure located near Pune, Maharashtra, India. This trek takes you through a dense forest cover in the Sahyadri Range, offering a refreshing and immersive experience in nature. The trail is moderately challenging, making it suitable for both beginners and experienced trekkers. Along the way, you'll encounter towering trees, lush vegetation, and diverse flora and fauna. The highlight of the trek is the Aadrai Waterfall, where you can witness the beauty of cascading water amidst the serene surroundings. The trek also offers picturesque viewpoints, providing panoramic vistas of the surrounding hills and valleys. It is best enjoyed during the monsoon or winter seasons when the weather is pleasant and the surroundings are at their greenest. The Aadrai Jungle trek is an opportunity to reconnect with nature and embark on an unforgettable journey through the hidden gems of the Sahyadri mountains. read more read less
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Andharban - The Dark Forest Trek - Tour
Andharban - The Dark Forest Trek
₹ 1,450
1 Day
04 Aug
Pimpri, Maharashtra
Andharban - The Dark Forest Trek
₹ 1,450
Andharban, literally translating to the Dark Forest, is a dense jungle situated in the Pimpri region of Maharashtra. You will have the greenery of the dense Sahyadri forest for company and will encounter misty and dreamy forest landscapes in the Tamhini Ghats. There are plenty of ponds here as well as huge cascading waterfalls, which makes for a great backdrop for photography.  read more read less
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Sudhagad Trek - Tour
Sudhagad Trek
₹ 1,400
1 Day
18 Aug
Ghera Sudhagad, Maharashtra
Sudhagad Trek
₹ 1,400
Sudhagad is a hill fort situated in Maharashtra. The summit is 620 metres (2,030 ft) above sea level. The entire area around the fort is declared a Sudhagad wildlife sanctuary. The first fort has several ruins of two temples dedicated to Lord Shiva. However, the temple of Bhoraidevi (its patron goddess) is well maintained temple. On the large plateau at the summit, there are two lakes, a house, a big granary, some tombs, a shrine (Vrindavan) and numerous other ruins, scattered around the fort area. There are three main gates the largest of which is called the Maha Darwaja. From the top, other forts like Sarasgad, Korigad, Ghangad, Taila-Baila are clearly visible. read more read less
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Kalsubai - Ratangad Trek - Tour
Kalsubai - Ratangad Trek
₹ 2,450
2 Days
Available on request
Bari, Maharashtra
Kalsubai - Ratangad Trek
₹ 2,450
Kalsubai Peak is the highest point in Maharashtra. It is visited throughout the year by avid trekkers, Kalsubai temple devotees and wildlife enthusiasts alike. It is named after one of the three sisters Kalsubai, Ratnabai and Katrabai. The other peak Ratangad is named after Ratnabai. The peak attracts many trekkers and devotees determined to scale the mountain. To reach the summit there are well-designated trekking routes. The most popular route is through the eastern mountain face taking off from the base village Bari.  Ratangad fort is about 400 years old. This fort is often covered with flowering plants in November. Ratangad is also called Jewel of the Sahyadris. Ratangad has a natural rock peak with a cavity in it at the top which is called 'Nedhe' or 'Eye of the Needle'. The fort has four gates Ganesh, Hanuman, Konkan and Trimbak. The sculptures of Lord Ganesh and Hanuman are seen on the main gate.    read more read less
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Chavand - Kukadeshwar Trek - Tour
Chavand - Kukadeshwar Trek
₹ 1,500
1 Day
Available on request
Ghatghar, Maharashtra
Chavand - Kukadeshwar Trek
₹ 1,500
The Chavand fort, which rises 1036 meters (3,399 feet) above sea level, is located in the Sahyadri mountain range. The fort was looted and destroyed by the British upon siege. Its also known as Prasannagad.  During the reign of the Satavahan, the Naneghat pass was one of the trade routes. It connected the Konkan coast communities with Deccan high plateau through Junnar. Literally, the name Nane means "coin" and Ghat means "pass". The name is given because this path was used as a tollbooth to collect toll from traders crossing the hills.   read more read less
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Fireflies trek to Rajmachi - Tour
Fireflies trek to Rajmachi
₹ 1,399
1 Night 2 Days
Available on request
Udhewadi, Maharashtra
Fireflies trek to Rajmachi
₹ 1,399
Rajmachi Fort is one of the many historical forts in the rugged hills of Sahyadri mountains. The Rajmachi Fort consists of two twin fortresses Shrivardhan and Manaranjan. These forts consist of a wide machi (plateau) surrounding the two Balekillas. In this trek, you will experience lush green mountains, waterfalls, green valleys, beautiful forts, thrilling trails & many more attractions. Another wonder you will experience on this trek is watching fireflies at night from the campsite. This trek is also known as the Rajmachi fireflies trek. read more read less
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Vasota Fort Trek - Tour
Vasota Fort Trek
₹ 1,800
1 Day
Available on request
Jawali, Maharashtra
Vasota Fort Trek
₹ 1,800
Vasota Fort also called Vyaghragad is located in Satara district. The fort is in dilapidated condition and is overgrown. The remnants of Shree Mahadev mandir and the plinth of a huge "sadar" (discussion place) are there. It is a protected natural reserve. Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj incorporated the fort into Swarajya in 1655 during the conquest of Javli. Shivaji renamed the fort "Vyaghragad" (Vyaghra – means tiger), owing to its difficult natural defense.  read more read less
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Rajgad Fort Trek and Camping 1 Night 2 Days - Tour
Rajgad Fort Trek and Camping 1 Night 2 Days
₹ 2,500
1 Night 2 Days
Available on request
Rajgad Fort
Rajgad Fort Trek and Camping 1 Night 2 Days
₹ 2,500
A visit to Rajgad Fort combines historical interest and Adventure. One of the greatest places to view the Sahyadri range's breathtaking sunsets is the fort. One of Shivaji Maharaj's favourite forts was Rajgad Fort. He remained at this fort the longest. It has traditionally served as the Maratha Empire's capital. The palaces, water cisterns, and caverns are still visible in the ruinous areas. Both history buffs and adventure seekers like visiting Rajgad Fort. It's the ideal getaway from city life.  Where is Rajgad Fort in Pune? Rajgad Fort is a popular getaway on the outskirts of Pune. It’s on Murumb Hill, about 50 km from Pune city. From the top, you can get a panoramic view of the lush green plains and the Torna and Sinhagad Fort nearby. History of Rajgad Fort The fort has stood witness to many significant historic events including the birth of Chhatrapati Shivaji’s son “Rajaram Chhatrapati”, the death of Shivaji’s Queen Saibai, the return of Shivaji from Agra, the burial of Afzal Khan’s head in the Mahadarwaja walls of Balle Killa, the strict words of Sonopant Dabir to Shivaji. The Rajgad Fort was also one of the 17 forts that Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj kept when he signed the Treaty of Purandar in 1665, with the Mughal general Jai Singh I, leader of the Mughal forces. Under this treaty, 23 forts were handed over to the Mughals. read more read less
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Kothaligad Fort Trek - Tour
Kothaligad Fort Trek
₹ 1,499
1 Day
Available on request
Peth, Maharashtra
Kothaligad Fort Trek
₹ 1,499
Kothaligad Fort, also known as Peth Fort, is a small fort located in the Raigad district of Maharashtra, India. It is situated at an elevation of 3,100 feet above sea level and is known for its unique architecture and historical significance. The fort was built in the 13th century by the rulers of the Bhoj dynasty and later conquered by the Maratha Empire under Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj. The fort played a significant role in the Maratha-Mughal war and was used as a strategic point for keeping a watch on the nearby region. The fort has two main entrances and is surrounded by a thick wall. It has a temple dedicated to Lord Ganesh at the top and provides a panoramic view of the Sahyadri mountain range. The fort is a popular destination among trekkers and adventure enthusiasts who visit to witness its natural beauty and historical significance. read more read less
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Kalu Waterfall & God Valley - Tour
Kalu Waterfall & God Valley
₹ 1,500
1 Day
Available on request
Diwanpada, Maharashtra
Kalu Waterfall & God Valley
₹ 1,500
Waterfalls: There are several waterfalls along the trek that offer a refreshing break from the hike.  Deep Valleys: The trek takes you through deep valleys that offer stunning views of the surrounding landscape. The valley is known for its steep cliffs, and the trek is not recommended for those who are afraid of heights. read more read less
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Raireshwar & Kenjalgad Trek - Tour
Raireshwar & Kenjalgad Trek
₹ 1,450
1 Day
Available on request
Raireswar Fort
Raireshwar & Kenjalgad Trek
₹ 1,450
Raireshwar Fort is famous for the temple where Chattrapati Shivaji Maharaj took the oath for Swarajya. It is said that he cut his little finger and took the oath by dripping blood on Shivling inside the temple. Chattrapati Shivaji Maharaj laid the foundation of ‘Hindavi Swarajya’ at Shri Raireshwar temple. The temple is very old and of stone structure, but it was later re-constructed in the 18th century. The temple is on a plateau, which has many beautiful flowers during monsoon, the best time to visit this place. Kenjalgad Fort is located near Ghera Kenjal Village in Bhor Taluka of Pune district in Maharashtra. This fort is eleven miles (18 km) north-west of Wai. The fort is visible from quite a long distance as a stone scarp 30–40 feet high rising as a cap on the irregular hill. The main entrance of this fort was ruined while the fort was dismantled by the British. read more read less
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