Dear Friends we invite you all to MumbaiRangers Trek to Naneghat and Flying Fox on batch 1:28 Nov 2015 batch 2:29 Nov 2015
Naneghat Flying Fox
Batch 1 28 November 2015
Batch 2 29 November 2015
Base Village – GhatgharRange – JunnarTaluka – JunnarDistrict – Pune
Naneghat Heights – 2750 fts
Naneghat Flying Fox - 700 fts
Naneghat is a mountain pass in the Western Ghats range near Junnar in Pune district of Maharashtra, India. During the reign of the Satavahana
(200 BCE–190 CE), the pass was extensively used as a trade route between Kalyan and 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.
The inscriptions in the caves indicate that they are the work of Satavahana rulers who came into prominence after the fall of theMauryan empire.
 It is believed that a powerful woman ruler Naganika, the wife of Satakarni (180–170 BCE) of the Satavahana family commissioned the cave, the statues
and the inscriptions. Bhrahami inscriptions in the cave mention her and her family members. Though the statues adorning the sides of the rectangular cave
are now gone, the inscriptions still record some of the achievements of the dynasty. The Naneghat records have proved very important in establishing the
history of the region. Vedic Gods like Yama (Hinduism) Indra, Chandra and Surya are mentioned here. The mention of Samkarsana and Vasudeva indicate the
prevalence of Bhagavata form of Hinduism in the Satavahana dynasty. There is a big stone cut "Pot" ment for collection of the toll from the traders.
There are many rock cut water cisterns along the pass. The entire path of the Nane Ghat has stone pavement from top of the hill to the bottom.
The inscriptions are preserved by the Archaeological Survey of India. Very beautiful temple of lord Ganesha in cave is found here.
Route From Mumbai
Mumbai – Bhiwandi Bypass – Kalyan – Shahad – Murbad – Tokawade –
Malshej Ghat – Madha – Nimgiri – Khaire – Ghatghar - Naneghat= 175kms
Route From Pune
Pune – Pimpri Chinchwad – Rajgurunagar – Manchar – Narayangaon - Junnar –
Aptale -Chawand - Ghatghar Village - Naneghat = 120kms
Route From Nashik
Nashik - Deolali – Sinnar – Sangamner – Alephata - Junnar – Aptale - Chawand –
Ghatghar Village - Naneghat = 175 kms
Program Schedule of Naneghat Flying Fox
Day 1 – Departure from Mumbai / Pune / Nashik in night at 11pm
Day 2 – Arrival at Naneghat in early morning, Rest for sometimes,
Fresh–n-up,Breakfast, Flying Fox,Naneghat Exploration,
Lunch,Departure to Mumbai / Pune / Nashik,
Arrival at Mumbai / / Pune / Nashik
Camp Dates Batch 1 28November 2015
Batch 229 November 2015
Trek Fees Rs.1,900/- Per Person ( With Transport )
Rs.1,500/- Per Person ( Without Transport )
Cost Includes Accommodation (On Fort in Caves), All Meals (Veg),
Activity Charges, Expertise Charges, Porter Charges,
Travelling Expenses & Misc. Expenses.
Cost Excludes ►Personal Expenses (Mineral water, Soft drinks, etc.)
►If any cost arising due to natural calamities like Landslides,
Road Blockage, Political disturbances, etc.(to be borne by the
client, Which is directly payable on the spot)?
►Anything which is not include in the "Package Cost Inclusion".
10.30 pm at Chandu Halwai, Dadar TT, Dadar (E).
70 Participants Per Batch
Naneghat Exploration, Flying Fox, Cave Stay & Lot more to explore.
For Registration call us:
Amit Bhadouria :9819299164
Nishant Sheth : 8879418581
Registration accepted only through phone call.
Things to Carry
Cap, Sack, Water bottle (3ltrs),Food Stuffs,Sports Shoes, Socks, Electral / Glucon-D, Personal Medicines, T-shirts/Shirts, Track Pants, Innerwears
,Chappals, Sunglasses, Handkerchief, Towel, Carry mats, Sleeping Bags, Torch with Cells, Tooth Brush/Paste, Mosquito Repellent, Plates, Spoon, Glass,
Empty Tiffin Box, Candles, Soap, Sweater / Warmwear, Winter Creams / Lotions, etc.
Eligibility of Participants
Participants should had attain minimum 12 years of age & should not crossed 60 years of age.
The participant should be physically and mentally fit to attend the camp,Should not be suffering from any illness/ailments.
►Wrap all things (especially camera & cell phone) in polythene bags.
►Please avoid bringing valuables, jewelries or expensive things. As the organizers
Will not be responsible for its loss or damage.
►Everyone has to follow the Instructions of Camp In-charge &Instructors.
►No shortcut in treks or other activities.
►Smoking, Chewing tobacco, or Gutka or Pan Masala & Alcohol Drinking are strictly
Prohibited during the camp.
►Keep the campsite neat & clean, we are expecting participants Co-operation in
Keeping the camp site as well as the surrounding area clean. Garbage should not
Be Littered it should be put in dustbin.
►Don’t carry the stuff which is not required because u have to carry ur own sack in
the whole trek.