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Dear Travelers,
#Trekkers_journey invites you to visit the Trip with trek to Unique Shivtharghal, picturesque Varandha ghat and beutiful Kavlya fort with Gandharpale Caves on 25th Sep 2016 (starts on 24th Sep ni8).

Details about places: 

Shivtharghal: Shivthar Ghal is a rare yet refreshing, silent yet soothing, small yet unique place waiting to be explored. The name comes from a cavern in this place (‘Ghal’ is for a cavern in Marathi) where Samarth Ramdas (the guru of ‘Shivaji Maharaj’) used to sit, pray, meditate and more importantly scripted down the famous ‘Dasbodh’ manuscript. Shivthar Ghal is a quiet abode, housing some lush green places, a lovely waterfall and a river and some of the toughest on foot, picturesque mountains. Ideal for trekkers, however the silence and the natural beauty here (which can be seen in all forms possible) can soothe one and all.
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Varandhagaht: The Varandha Pass is a ancient route. In 1857 it was widened by the British by dividing Kavlya Fort in two. The fort stands on the border of Pune and Raigad districts and joins Bhor and Mahad. Varandha Ghat is a hill fort about 25km east of Mahad. It lies on the route of the Varandha Pass which crosses the Sahyadris in the Pune district of Maharashtra in India. A 74km long road from Mahad to Bhor passes Varandha Ghat and crosses the pass, reaching a height of around 800m. The drive along the route provides dramatic scenery, looking down onto Konkan and the forested valleys. – God’s own favourite place!!
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Kavalya Fort: Kavalya Fort: Kawlya is a fort situated on the border of Pune & Raigad district. Looming over the picturesque Varandha Ghat, Kawlya stands sentry over all those who pass through its domain. At a height of 2124 feet. An interesting fact about this fort is that in 1857 this fort was divided in two by British to facilitate the widening of Varandha Ghat.

Gandhar Pale Caves : Gandharpale Caves is group of 30 Buddhist caves near Mahad off Mumbai Goa Highway. Important cave include Cave 1, Cave 8, Cave 15 and Cave 21 (having seated Buddha with attendants).These Buddhist caves built between 150 to 300 AC. Ancient caves with beautiful designs,
#Itinerary Of The Event: 

#DEPARTURE :- Journey starts on SATURDAY 24th sep 2016 At 23:30 PM
#ARRIVAL: SUNDAY 25th Sep 2016 At 22: 00 PM.

We would be heading by Private vehicle.
(Following are the pickup points)

#Dadar (E) – 23:30 PM Near Swami Narayan Mandir, Dadar (E) stn.
Pickup points in routes will be Sion, Chembur, Vashi, Belapur, Panvel etc.

Journey continue towards destination.

Reach Shivtharghal and rest.
Get fresh up, breakfast and explore Ashram, Waterfall
Photography, Exploration, 

09: 30 Reach green Varandha ghat ,explore , photography.

10:00 am Trek starts towards Kavalya fort.

13 :00 Pm return to varandha ghat..
Exploration, Rest, Lunch Time – Waterfall Masti

15:00 pm Return journey strat towards Mumbai.
On the way we visit Ancient Gandharpale caves.

18:00 pm Snacks refreshment time.

The ESTIMATED EXPENDITURE is: 
#Mumbai : 1500/- (Per Person) 
FEE includes: Dadar to Dadar Traveling by non ac private travel bus, 
Breakfast + Tea, + Lunch(Veg) + Evening snacks.
First aid ,Certified person guidance.
FEEs DO NOT INCLUDES : 
1] Cold drinks & mineral water, Private orders in hotel. 
2] Insurance coverage, Medical expenses other than First Aid.
3) everything which not included in Includes.

Things to Carry : 
Id Proof Compulsory 
1)Water Bottle (2 Litre) Must 
2)Dry Food (snacks) ready to eat.. 
3) Personal Medicines /personal First aid kit If any 
4) Cap, goggle, Sunscreen etc. 
5) Sport shoes./ No Kitos or sandals
6) Electral powder / Glucon D / Tang 
7)Camera (Optional) 
8) Bag to carry all this thing. 
Pleases do not carry sling bags or Jholas. 9)Please avoid wearing Gold and other ornaments.
#For Registrations #Call/#SMS/#Whatsapp us at 9920620314 / 9773000301 / 7666615460.
Or #Mail us at trekkers.journey@gmail.com

#Seats will be available on first come first basis.

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