• Height : 3296 Feet
• Duration : 2 Days
• Difficulty Level: Medium 
• Endurance Level: High

Trek Fees: INR 1550/- 
Cont. Raj Singh : 9029148241

Bhimashankar is an ideal place to go, if you like to be in natures company. This is the place where the Bhima river originates. It has the beautiful Shiva Temple. It is one of the 5 Jyotirlingas in Maharashtra. In all there are 12 Jyotirlingas in the country. Though Bhimashankar has religious importance, it is place worth visiting for all nature lovers. Its beauty enhances in Monsoon Season. Trek to Bhimashankar is known to be one of the best treks in Sahyadri ranges and It has Two Routes to climb from Karjat Region. First One is Ganesh Ghat a simple One & second is ascending via Shidi Ghat (Ladder Route) Little Adventurous & Steep Walk. It is a tough route but well defined one through steep climbs up and down, Crossing Streams, Waterfalls deep into the forests, Climbing Rocks and of-course Ladders affixed into rock faces. One can surely enjoy this Adventurous trek in Monsoon

Meeting point: 16 July 2016: Karjat Station @ 2:55 AM

Brief itinerary 

Day 0
Catch 00:30 AM Karjat Slow local Originate from CST. 
Mumbai CST 00:30 AM
Dadar 12:48 AM
Kurla 12:58 AM
Ghatkopar 01:04 AM
Thane 01:24 AM
Dombivili 01:47 AM
Kalyan 01:57 AM
Karjat 02:50 AM

DAY 01:
03:00 am: Start journey towards base village by Pvt. Vehicle 
04:30 am: Reach to base village (Khandas) freshen up & have breakfast.
05:30 am: Start the trek towards Bhimashankar via Shidi Ghat.
10:00 am: Tea & refreshments at Padarwadi.
10:30 am: Trek resume towards Bhimashankar.
01:00 pm: Reach Bhimashankar.
02:00 pm: After Rest & Freshening up will go for Temple Darshan.
03:00 pm: Lunch
04:00 pm: After Lunch proceeds towards Gupt Bhimashankar
04:30 pm: Will reach Gupt Bhimashankar, Explore, Photography 
05:00 pm: Leave from Gupt Bhimashankar.
05:30 pm: Will Back to campsite.
07:30 pm: Time to Entertainment by sharing views and fun games.
08:30 pm: Dinner
09:30 pm: Lights off &Good night.

DAY 02:
06:00 am: Wake up Call
07:45 am: After Tea & Breakfast proceeds towards the Nagphani Peak.
08:45 am: Reach Nagphani Peak , explore & capture scenic beautiful moments.
09:30 am: Return Journey to campsite & light refreshments.
10:15 am: Start descend from Bhimashankar via Ganesh Ghat.
11:30 pm: Reach Padarwadi, and have tea
12:30 pm: Resume descend via Ganesh Ghat.
02:00 pm: Reach Khandas , have lunch & freshen up.
03:00 pm: Start Journey towards Karjat Station
04:30 pm: Reach Karjat Station.
08:00 pm: Reach Mumbai & conclude with beautiful memories.

Trek Fees: INR 1550/- (Per Participants)

To book one has to transfer non-refundable amount of 550/-

Account Details
A/c Name       : Raj Singh
Bank Name    : AXIS BANK
Account ID     : 912010022801101

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Transportation from Karjat to Karjat by Pvt. Vehicle.
Sharing Accommodation at Bhimashankar
Dinner, Tea, Breakfast & Lunch (Veg.)
Expertise and Guide Charges

Train tickets till Karjat
Mineral water or soft drinks
Emergency transport costs if any
Anything mentioned than above

Things to carry: 

Sleeping Bag/ Blanket (Must)

Clothes: Wear light cotton clothes or comfortable partially synthetic clothes that can dry off quickly if you happen to get wet. A jacket is a must have item particularly if you plan to walk a lot outside or trek. A windcheater is useful to keep you warm during the rains.

Umbrella: Generally to just walk around cities, an umbrella should work just fine to keep you relatively dry. Convenient folding umbrellas are easy to carry and do not take up much space. 

Shoes: Closed water-proof shoes are essential to keep your feet clean. Avoid wearing open rubber slippers or sandals that will only dirty your feet. Wearing sneakers or canvas shoes is also a bad idea as they take a long time to dry when they get wet.

Mosquito Repellant: The monsoon attracts plenty of mosquitoes and it is best to prevent yourself from being bitten so that you don’t get sick. Mosquito borne diseases such as malaria and dengue fever are very dangerous, particularly during monsoon. It is therefore important to keep repelling mosquitoes using tropical strength repellant. If you are able to set one up easily, a mosquito net is also worthwhile for when you sleep.

Food and Water: Food tends to spoil or get moist easily in the monsoons, so it is worthwhile carrying small airtight containers if you want to pack food, Water Bottle (2 Liter Must) Rucksack to carry this entire thing. (No handbags or jholas)

Personal Medicines: (General Medical Kit will be available with Group)

Other Items: Towel and Soap, personal toiletries, Sanitary Kit Torch and extra cell / Candles and Matchbox or Lighter Etc. 

please notes that this is an environment friendly outing. Do not litter any wrappers (please take it back to your home for disposal) or spoil the place in any way.

Alcohol, drugs or narcotics, firearms and gambling on the Trek, smoking, entry to the area set aside for use by the opposite sex, offensive behavior which may lead to expulsion from the Trek

organiser have reserves the right to withdraw and or make any alterations that they may deem advisable for the convenience and the best interests of tour.

Extensive and painstaking preparations have gone into planning of this tour for your safety. While every care has been taken to ensure safety, organizers cannot be held responsible for any accident, illness and such other unforeseen eventualities.

It is most essential to be fit and fine before heading for tour. While planning your trip, it is preferable to have a medical fitness check up done. If suffering from any kind of allergy or ailment, do carry proper prescribed medicines to prevent serious health problem including heatstroke, sever headache, cough, dehydration and hypothermia. Participants suffering from chronic conditions like asthma, bronchitis, blood pressure, migraine, diabetes etc. should seek their physicians advice before coming.

1) If any natural calamity happens or any accident, death, illness occurred Organisors are not responsible for any loss of thing or of human being.

2) Don't bring valuable things like gold or any jewellery or High value mobile phones.

3) No shorts allowed while trekking

4) Organisers reserve the right to make changes or cancelled to their programs at any point of time

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