TREK NEAR PUNE
TMI RANGE TREK
Meeting Point : Pune Station @ 11:30 pm
Further we will travel to Rajgad base by Private Transportation
Start Trek by 03:00 am
Reach Top by 05:00 am
Rest for some time.
Reach Torna Top by 03:00 pm
Explore The Fort
Start Descend by 04:00 pm
Reach Base Village by 07:00 pm
Dinner @ 09:00 pm
Post Dinner Rest for the day.
Wake up @ 05:00 am
Breakfast @ 07:00 am
Post B/F move to Raigad Fort.
( Keep your excitement alive for the route of this particular stretch)
Reach Raigad @ 08:00 pm Approx
Dinner @ 09:00 pm post dinner rest for the day
Wake up @ 08:00 am & Brekfast
Post Breakfast will start descend by 09:00 am
Reach base by 11:00 am
Will Reach Panvel Max by 02:00 pm.
Travel expenditure from Pune to Panvel by Private Vehicles
2 Lunch (For Day 2 & 3), 3 Dinner (For Day 1, 2 & 3)
4 Breakfast, Refreshments (Tea / Coffee)
TMI Expertise and Guide Charges.
Mineral water, Softdrinks etc.
Anything other than above mentioned inclusions
The name describes the place itself. The king of all the forts.
It is to the south-west 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 centre is the Ballekilla.
The fort is also known as prachandagad (huge fort), due to its massive size. In 1646, when Shivaji was 16, he launched his first military attack by capturing Torna fort, paving the way for the great empire. Many battles have been fought on this fort.
The fort is truly grand and stretches for couple of kilometers.
Raigad is a hill fort situated in the Mahad, Raigad district of Maharashtra, India. The Maratha king Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj built this fort and made his capital in 1674 when he was crowned King of a Maratha Kingdom which later developed into the Maratha Empire eventually covering much of western and central India. The fort, which rises 820 metres (2,700 ft) above sea level, is located in the Sahyadri mountain range. There are approximately 1737 steps leading to the fort, though today Raigad Ropeway, an aerial tramway, exists to reach the top of the fort in 10 minutes. The fort was looted and destroyed by the British after its capture in 1818.