Trek to Harishchandragad fort via the Nali chi vaat

Trek to Harishchandragad Fort...!!!

Place: Harishchandragad

Type: Sahyadri

Endurance: High

Difficulty: Medium

Activities: Trekking

Cost: Rs.2000.00


Western Ghats










Nalichi Vaat



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Day 0:
Meeting Point: Kalyan station, Platform no 1, at 10.00 pm sharp
(Late comers won’t be entertained, as we will be Starting by the 10.30 pm bus)

Day 1:
Bus journey till Murbad, followed by jeep journey till Bailpada.
Reach by 2 am.
Rest till morning (06.00 am), have tea, and start our trek by 7 am.
Lunch in the way, reach the top by 04:00 pm approx.
Here we explore Konkan Kada, and head towards the caves for our dinner, Campfire and night stay in Caves


Day 2:
Explore the remaining fort.
Start descend via the Khireshwar route by 9 am.
Reach base by 01:00 pm

Lunch at the Base, and start our return journey.
Reach Mumbai approx by 10 pm


• Torch
• Identity Proof
• warm clothes (compulsory)
• Medicine those if u require usually (Optional)
• Some ready to eat food
• Sleeping Bag
• Pleases do not carry sling bags
• Please avoid wearing Gold and other ornaments.
• Torch with spare batteries
• 2-3 bunch of papers
• 3 litres of water, (Must)

Traveling from Kalyan to Kalyan by Local Transport
Food (2 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner )
TMI Expertise charges

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

By Air


By Train


By Road




The fort is quite ancient, considered to be from the medieval period. The Great sage Changdev (one who wrote the epic Tatvasaar), used to meditate here in 14th century. The caves are also from the same period. Harishchandragad was captured by the Marathas in 1747 from the Moguls.

Taramati: This is the topmost point on the fort. It is the second highest peak in Maharashtra after Kalsubai. Leopards are seen in the forests beyond this peak. From here we can have a glimpse of the whole range of Naneghat and the forts near Murbad (This will be visited only if time permits.)

Konkan Kada:
The most interesting point on this fort is this cliff, which has always fascinated many people from many years. The cliff faces west and looks down upon the Konkan with a breathtaking view of the surrounding region and sunset. This cliff is not just vertical; it is an overhang, almost like a cobra’s hood.

The cave of Kedareshwar has a big Shivalinga, which is totally surrounded by water.

and yes fun never ends with Trek Mates India.


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