Description
Completely descending the valley of  Shadows…
 
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 Ahmednagar 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. 
 
Outing Date:
 
26th-27th March 2016
 
Short Inform ation
 
Category : Trekking 
Level : Medium (Not advisable for First Time Trekkers)
Duration: 02 Nights / 02 Days
 
Highlights of Outing:
 
Unexplored Sandhan Valley
Full Descending Sandhan Valley
Rappelling Down this Valley under expert’s guidance
Open Stay at the Bottom of Valley near Water Source (Blue Lagoon)
 
Outing Schedule:
 
Day 1 :
Overnight journey towards Samrad village by  last local train from CSTM to Kasara (12:10 am)
Proceed to Samrad By Private Jeep/Traxx. Early morning arrival at Samrad, freshen up and breakfast. By 7:00 am, have a small introduction and briefing session. 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. 
 
Tour Concludes with Happy Memories :D
 
Cost:
 
Tour Cost : Rs.1,800/- per person
For Lifetime Member : Rs.1,700/- per person
 
Inclusions:
1. Transportation from Kasara to Samrad and Back from Dehne to Asangoan
2. All Meals (Except Saturday’s 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)
Extra clothes and Winter wear (as the climate is chilled in the morning)
Sanitary Kit
Extra Pair of Clothes
 
Note : 
Being the nomadic village, there is no freshen up facility / basic amenities available on trek, so it’s always out in woods.
 
Avoid carrying heavy weight backpack for this trek. 
 
Floaters and Sandals are not allowed, please wear good grip sport shoes or trekking shoes of good quality
 
 
For More Details, Visit:
http://www.mumbaitravellers.in/sandhan-valley-full-descend-trek/
 
For booking you need to deposit Rs.1,800/- per person in the following Account:
 
NAME: MUMBAI TRAVELLERS
BANK: ICICI
ACCOUNT: CURRENT AC
A/C: 623805029453
BRANCH: MULUND WEST
IFSC CODE ICIC0006238
 
Cancellation and Refund applicable on the whole tour cost:
1. If cancellation done prior to 15 days of outing 75% will be refunded.
2. If done prior to 10 days of outing 50% will be refunded
3. After that no refund will be provided.
 
 
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