One Day Trek to Rajgad

Trek to Rajgad...!!!

Place: Rajgad

Type: Sahyadri

Endurance: Medium

Difficulty: Medium

Activities: Trekking

Cost: Rs.1800.00


Categories:

Western Ghats

Trekking

Sahyadri

Tags:

TREK NEAR MUMBAI

TMI

TREK NEAR PUNE

TREK MATES INDIA

Trek To Rajgad


Day 0: 

Meeting point for Mumbai People: 
Pritam Hotel, Dadar East @ 10:30 pm
Pickup Point: Chembur Diamond Garden @ 10:45 pm
Pickup Point : Vashi Below Main Bridge @ 11:00pm

Our journey starts with the private vehicle from Dadar till Gunjavne, the base village of Rajgad.

People coming from Pune can join us from Chandani Chowk at 2.00 am.

 

Day 1: 

Post Breakfast Start our trek by 6 am, reach the top till 10 am.
Explore the fort till 3 in the eve.
Start Descending towards Base Village.Start our journey back by bus/vehicle
Return back to Mumbai by 10 pm tentatively.

• Torch
• Identity Proof
• warm jacket (compulsory)
• A bottle of water (Minimum 2 Ltrs),
• warm clothes (compulsory)
• Medicine those if u require usually (Optional)
• A good trekking shoes
• Camera
• Cap
• Some ready to eat food
• Plum cakes
• Biscuits etc.
• Please avoid wearing Gold and other ornaments.
• Note: It is very important that you line the inside of your bags with a big polythene sheet. Doing so will ensure, that in the event of rain, even though your bag may get wet, your clothes will still remain dry!

Travel expenditure from Dadar to Dadar by Pvt Vehicle
1 meals and 2 refreshments
Tea, Breakfast, etc.
TMI Expertise and Guide Charges.

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

By Air

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By Train

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By Road

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Description

Rajgad

The name describes the place itself. The king of all the forts.
It is to the southwest 40 Kms from Pune. It boasts the highest number of days stayed by Chhatrapati Shivaji on any fort. He spent almost 25/30 yrs here. Rajgad is famous for its construction.
The fort can be divided into four different parts based on geographical terrain and fortification. These are the three sub-plateaux (Machee) namely Padmavati Machee, Suvela Machee and Sanjevani Machee, and at the center is the Ballekilla.