Tattva's Trek to Bhupatgad and Visit to Dhabosa Waterfall on 7th August 2016 (Leaving on Saturday Night)
As you enter the fort you can see a Mahsoba’s statue along with a statue of Hanuman. Bhupatgad has a very large plateau. You can still see some of the fortification which is left.
Some ruined structures of palace can still be seen. Behind these ruined structures there are water tanks. You need nearly half an hour to see the entire fort. From Bhupatgad, areas like Tringalwadi, Harihar, Trambakeshwar, Jawhar, and Mokhada can be seen.
Dabhosa Waterfall is a perennial waterfall, 20 kms on the Jawahar - Silvassa Route.The crater shaped bowl into which the waterfall cascades and the lake at the bottom of the waterfall is truly a spectacular sight.
6th August Saturday Night - Overnight journey by Private vehicle
Meeting Point: Swami Narayan Temple, Dadar at 11.00 Pm
12:00 am Borivli National Park
12:30 am Fountain Hotel Godbunder
06:30 am freshen Up & Breakfast
08:30 am Bhupatgad Base
10:30 am Reach Top & explore the fort 30 mins
01:00 pm Start Descend & Reach Dhabosa waterfall
Lunch at Dhabosa waterfall (lunch to be carried)
03:30 pm Start our Return Journey
Evening Refreshments on the way
Reach Mumbai 8 -9 pm tentatively
Private Vehicle from Dadar to Dadar
Things To Be carried:
Lunch for Sunday ( V.IMP)
Some ready to eat food. Plum cakes, Biscuits etc.
water (atleast 2 Ltrs) Compulsory
Medicine those if you require usually
Good trekking shoes, extra pair of floaters.
Pack your bag according to Monsoon.
Extra Pair of Clothes
Pleases do not carry Jholas.
Please avoid wearing Jewelry
No Smoking, tobacco and alcohol
Be a group – its not a race
NO littering please…we are educated :)
The leader’s decision will be final and binding on all members. No Arguments will be entertained.
Note- Please understand this ain’t a picnic, all Trekking and Adventure activities demand fitness.
We request you to get a medical fitness check done before you participate in any such events. If suffering from any allergy carry proper medications and inform your
trek leaders about it. Also make sure you have a sufficient supply of medication for your trip, building in an allowance for any travel delay. Those with Active Chest
and Heart diseases that limit physical activity should not go to high altitudes.