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Serenity Travellers, Rohida, Raireshwar and Kenjalgad Range Trek On 22nd & 23rd Sept 2018. (Flowers Season special)
 
Short Info:
 
Grade: Easy
 
Endurance: Medium
 
Region: Bhor
 
Cost: 
 
2250/- Per Person
 
2150/- ST Members or Group of 5+
 
Lead: Vishwajeet/Radhika
 
Maximum seats: 20 
 
Note: Previous Trek Experience is Required.
 
Information about the Trek – 
 
Rohida Fort
Height – 3660ft.
Grade: Easy
Endurance : Easy
Base Village: Mankarwadi / Bajarwadi.
 
Rohida also known as Binicha Killa is located 10 km from Bhor, Pune district. Shivaji Maharaj won the fort from the hands of Bandal-Deshmukh of Rohid in a close battle. The conflict resulted in the death of Krishnaji Bandal. After the battle, many officials along with Bajiprabhu Deshpande, a chief administrator of Bandals, were inducted into Swarajya movement. Rohida was among the 23 forts Shivaji handed over to Mughals ( to Aurangzeb Alamgir) during the Treaty of Purandar. Rohida is famous for torrent wind, apart from this other points of attraction are old temple, few big water tanks, Chor darvaja, Buruj (bastion) on North East Face, Lime grinding wheel.
 
Raireshwar Fort
Height –  4589 feet
Grade: Easy
Endurance : Easy
Base Village: Korle
 
Raireshwar is considered as an important place in Maratha history. It has a Shiv temple famous for its historical importance. Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj took the oath of Hindavi Swarajya in this temple. There is a large portrait of Shivaji Maharaj and his friends inside the temple. The temple is on a plateau, which is full of beautiful flowers during monsoon.It is a must visit in monsoon .
 
Kenjalgad Fort
Height – 4273 feet
Grade: Easy
Endurance: Easy
base Village: Korle
 
Kenjalgad situated on the Mahadev range eleven miles north-west of Wai. It is a flat-topped hill of an irregular oval shape. The only entrance is on the north side with a set of a hundred steps running parallel. The fort is said to have been built by the Bhoj Rajas of Panhala. Its remarkable strength was noticed by Mr. Elphinstone who says it could scarcely be taken if resolutely defended.
 
 
Itinerary:
Day 0: 21st Sept 2018, Friday.
 
Leave from Dadar in Private vehicle at 11:00 pm Sharp towards Bhor.
 
Day 1: 22nd Sept 2018, Saturday.
 
Reach Bhor 05:00 am, Get freshen up and Have breakfast.
 
Leave for Makarwadi/Bajarwadi at 07:00 am.
 
Reach Makarwadi/Bajarwadi at 08:15 am.
 
Start trekking towards Rohida Fort at 08:30 am. 
 
Reach Rohida Fort Top at 11:00 am 
 
Explore and Photography.
 
Lunch at 12:00 pm to 12:45 pm 
 
Start descending for Raireshwar fort at 01:00 pm.
 
Reach Raireshwar Base by 03:00 pm.
 
Start trekking towards Raireshwar at 03:15 pm.
 
Reach Raireshwar top by 05:15 pm
 
Visit Famous Shiva Temple and Explore the Platue full of Yellow Flowers.
 
Reach Host's place at 06:30 pm. 
 
Have tea after reaching.
 
Enjoy the mighty sunset from Raireshwar.
 
Dinner at 08:30 pm
 
Night Photography if Weather allows so. 
 
Rest for night.
 
Day 2: 23rd Sept 2018, Sunday.
Wake up at 06:00 am and get freshen up.
 
Enjoy the sunrise.
 
Have breakfast.
 
Start trekking to Kenjalgad at 08:00 am
 
Reach the Kenjalgad Top by 11:00 am.
 
Explore the Fort and Photography.
 
12:00 pm Start Trekking towards base.
 
Lunch at Bhor by 02:00 pm.
 
Leave for Mumbai/ Pune by 04:00 pm.
 
Trek ends with happy memories and new friends.
 
Reach Mumbai By 09:00 pm Tentatively 
 
 
Things to be carried:
 
Rain coat or Poncho to protect from rain. 
 
Sleeping bag or mat to lay down.
 
Identity proof (Must),
 
A bottle of water (Minimum 3 Ltrs),
 
Electral/Enerzol Powder, Glucond D etc,
 
Some ready to eat food items like Cakes and Biscuits.
 
Extra Pair of clothes,
 
Camera (Optional),
 
Cap, Sunglasses etc,
 
Suncream,
 
Mosquito repellent cream,
 
Medicine those if u require usually (Optional),
 
Good trekking shoes, extra pair of socks.
(Must)
 
Good Trekking bag to carry all the stuff.
 
 
Includes:
 
Travel from Dadar to Dadar by Non AC bus/Vehicle.
 
2 Breakfast, 2 Lunch, 1 Dinner.
 
Expertise Charges.
 
Toll & Parking charges.
 
 
Excludes:
 
Mineral water/lime water/ Chas/ Lassi etc. purchased for personal consumption,
 
Any medical / Emergency  if required.
 
 
Payment:
 
One needs to deposit Rs. 1000 /-amount in advance to book your seat into the following bank account to confirm his/her registration.
 
Bank: SBI
 
Branch : Bibwewadi, Pune
 
Acc No.: 33251324300
 
Name: Vishwajeet Jayawant Patil.
 
IFSC: SBIN0012926.
 
OR
 
Transfer Via TEZ on 7720091989 / 7506165750
 
Once payment is done, please send an email to serenitytravellers@gmail.com  with Transaction ID, Participant Name, Email ID, Cell Number.
 
Cancellation Policy:
 
Cancellation before 10 days: 75% will be refunded
 
Cancellation before 5 days: 50% will be refunded
 
There is no refund after that.
 
 
For Registrations call Team Serenity Travellers:
 
Radhika: 90220 45932/7506165750
 
Vishwajeet:7720091989 / 8369339133
 
If not reachable do sms or whatsapp.
 
 
 
Important Points to keep in mind:
 
1 The leader's decision will be final and binding on all members. No Arguments will be entertained.
 
2 Participants or Members are responsible for his/her own safety and baggage.
 
3 Please do not wear any jewellery.
 
4 Please do not litter, we believe in the saying, wherever you go, leave only your footprints and take back only memories.
 
5 Alcohol is strictly prohibited on the any events. Anyone found in possession of the same or consuming it will be expelled from the event. NO REFUND will be provided.
 
Medical Disclaimer: 
 
It is mandatory that you visit your personal physician before enrolling for the trip if you suffer from any illness of any kind and disclose the same and your medical history to the organizers of the trip so that best possible arrangements can be carried out post approval. As organizers of the trip, we will be responsible for providing basic first aid throughout the trip. In case of unexpected mishaps or accidents, we will arrange for the injured patron to be taken to the nearest medical hospital wherever possible. The medical expenses will have to be borne by the patrons themselves.
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