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Shoe Drill Adventures invites you to the most scenic location of Maharashtra. Harishchandragad is one of the most understated places to visit in India. The major attraction here is KokanKada cliff which is not just vertical, it is an overhang like a cobra's hood. It’s beyond description and one must see it to experience the nature's architecture. 4 months of rain has left an attractive green cover in the landscapes of nearby mountains.



Grade: Easy

Date: 10th & 11th Feb'2017

Brief Itinerary

Saturday

20:50 - Catch Kasara Fast local train leaving CST at 20:52. You can catch the train from stops on the way.

23:05 - Reach Kasara and start travelling to base village Pachnai via private jeep. Kasara is the final meeting point.

Sunday

03:00 - Reach Pachnai and sleep for few hours

05:30 - Wake up call and breakfast

07:00 - Start trekking towards Harishchandragad

09:30 - Reach Harishchandragad and explore and move towards kokankada

10:30 - Explore Kokankada

12:30 - Start descending to Paachnai

14:00 - Have lunch at Paachnai

15:00 - Depart for Kasara

18:00 - Reach Kasara and take train back to Mumbai

20:30 - Reach Dadar

Fees: Rs.1200/-

Inclusions:

- Jeep from Kasara to Paachnai and back

- Breakfast, lunch and refreshments

- Expertise and guidance

Exclusions:

- Train tickets to Kasara

- Dinner on Saturday night

- Anything not mentioned above

Contact:

Sameer - 9028278402 (Also available on WhatsApp)

Abhijeet - 7666982565 (Also available on WhatsApp)

Email - shoedrilladventures@gmail.com

 

Things to carry:

- 2 litre water

- A torch

- Good trekking shoes or sport shoes

- Your own sleeping bag or blanket

- A double strap bag. Sling bag not allowed in trek

- We appreciate people carrying juice packets and fruits like pears, pomegranate, dates etc.

Note:-

Carrying or consuming alcohol and addictive substance is strictly prohibited in trek. If caught, you will be expelled from group without any further discussions or refun

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