Easy level Night Trek to Anjaneri Fort

A Birtplace of Lord Hanuman

Place: Anjaneri Fort

Type: Sahyadri

Endurance: Low

Difficulty: Easy

Activities: Trekking

Cost: Rs.1200.00


Western Ghats









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Day 0: 

Start from Mumbai by second last kasara local.



Alight at Kasara at 01.20 am
Travel till the base village by local jeeps till 3 am.
Start trekking after the introduction round.
Reach the top by 6 am.
Rest, Explore the fort, Have Breakfast.
Start Descend by 8.00 am.
Reach the Base village by 9.00 am
Start return journey.
Reach Kasara by 11.00 am and Mumbai by 2 pm

• Torch
• Identity Proof
• A bottle of water (Minimum 2 Ltrs),
• Medicine those if u require usually (Optional)
• A good trekking shoes
• Camera
• Cap
• Some ready to eat food
• Plum cakes
• Biscuits etc.
• Sleeping Bag
• Pleases do not carry sling bags
• Jholas
• Please avoid wearing Gold and other ornaments.

Travelling from Kasara to Kasara

Breakfast, Lunch and Evening Tea/Coffee.

TMI Expertise Charges

Mineral water, Softdrinks etc.
Anything other than above mentioned inclusions

By Air

Not Available

By Train

Train Timings for Kasara second last local (fast till Thane)

CST – 10:50 pm

Byculla – 10:57 pm

Dadar – 11:05 pm

Kurla – 11:13 pm

Ghatkopar – 11:18 pm

Mulund – 11:30 pm

Thane – 11:34 pm

Kalyan – 12:07 am

Kasara – 01:18 am

By Road

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The fort of Anjaneri, being the birthplace of lord ‘Hanuman’, has a great historical importance. Lord Hanuman was son of Maharaj ‘Keshari’ and ‘Anjanimata’ also known the son of ‘Pavan Dev’ (the wind), and hence the fort is called as ‘Anjaneri’. Anjaneri is one of the important forts in the ranges of Trimbyakeshwar near Nashik.

Anjaneri village is at a walking distance of 10 to 15 minutes from Anjaneri Phata. Two pinnacles called ‘Navara’ and ‘Navari’ can be seen from Anjaneri village.
On the way from Anjaneri village to the fort some carvings can be seen in the caves near the Ashram on top. The carvings are intriguing and eye catching. The caves and the inscriptions are believed to be from the Jain followers.

The temple of ‘Anjani Mata’, a big marvelous temple devoted to the mother of Lord Hanuman, is another attraction. The temple is quite big. It is a proper place to accommodate on the fort.
At a certain distance from this temple two different ways can be seen. The way to left hand side takes us directly to ‘Seeta cave’ within 10 minutes. This cave is made up of two rooms. 10 to 12 people can stay here comfortably. There are many carvings inside the cave.




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