Celebrate life in it's utmost pristinness at the perennial Devkund waterfall near the Tamhini ghats. Located near the village Bhira, the scenic waterfall basking amidst luxuriant greenery is guaranteed to make you fall in love. !! Believed to be the origin of River Kundalika, this waterfall is the convergence of three rivers. The two hour trek passing through the dam backwaters to get to the site is one of the most scenic trekking routes and the picturesque bounty that greets you in the end is totally worth all the effort. COVID related flexibility: We understand the current situation and have made it easy to change your travel plans up to 10 days prior to your trip's departure dates You can choose new events or get a full refund up to 10 days before the trip departure date. Any cancellation after that will be treated as per our normal cancellation policy - https://www.traversindia.com/payments-and-cancellation-policy If you or anyone in your family (parents/siblings) have COVID+ and you cancel your trip due to that at the last minute, we will give you full refund (deducting 5% GST) once you submit the COVID+ report to us
Kedarnath temple is the segment of the Char dhams and Panch Kedar in Uttarakhand and is also regarded as one of the most honored and treasured 12 Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva. Kedarnath temple is venerated as the most sanctified shrine for the pilgrims. It is situated at the bank of the Mandakini river and is perched at an altitude of 3584 meters above sea level. Not forgetting to elucidate, but Kedarnath temple is also an integrant of the 275 most formidable and mighty temples of Lord Shiva across the world. Previously known as “Kedar Khand”, the temple fosters deep and profound learning of spirituality in the tourists and travelers seeking inner peace and contentment. The famed temple is well- liked amongst adventure chasers and strivers of exploration. If you’re looking to travel with strangers with a taste for cultural discovery, adventure and fun, you only need to bring yourself. Our tours are perfectly suitable for Solo travellers. Our Kedarnath yatra is designed to support you in completing the most significant journey of your lifetime. This Kedarnath yatra is important for best spiritual and emotional experience ever. Book your Chardham yatra though us and give us the opportunity to serve you. This 8 days Kedarnath tour package will offer road tour to Guptkashi from Haridwar, along with Kedarnath Darshan. Later on, you will visit Dwitya Kedar Tungnath Temple with one night stay at Chopta, Mini Switzerland.
Sondai is a small but beautiful trek situated in the Matheran range. It is more of a watch tower than a fort. It derives its name from a local deity Sondai devi. One can get a view of Morbe dam reservoir, Irshalgad, Matheran hills and Garbett plateau from the top. Sondewadi is the base village for this trek.
The Kumta to Gokarna beach trek is a 20 km long hike between two towns in the Uttara Kannada district – Kumta and Gokarna. This beach trek starts from Kumta beach, and goes all the way up to Gokarna beach, passing over ten beaches including a ferry ride en route. The trek alternates between beaches and hilly terrain and walks you through some of the most scenic beaches in India.
Duke’s Nose (Nagphani) appears almost inaccessible, but it is a surprisingly simple trek to reach the summit from the southern approach. The trekker is rewarded with amazing views of the Mumbai-Pune Road and rail corridors, as well as great views of Khandala and the surrounding Sahyadri peaks. Duke’s Nose trek to considered to be one of the most scenic treks of Maharashtra.
The fort is named after saint Goraknath, who used to perform penance here. It was used in the era of Shivaji Maharaj, mainly as a stopover point from Junnar via Naneghat. The adjoining Machindragad peak is named after the teacher-disciple relationship of Machindranath and Gorakhnath. During monsoon season, the Gorakhgad Trek takes on a whole new appearance. While there, take a moment to observe, listen and smell and you will feel the forest come alive around you. The view of the numerous cascading waterfalls and a large range of wildflowers only add to its charm. COVID related flexibility: We understand the current situation and have made it easy to change your travel plans up to 10 days prior to your trip's departure dates You can choose new events or get a full refund up to 10 days before the trip departure date. Any cancellation after that will be treated as per our normal cancellation policy - https://www.traversindia.com/payments-and-cancellation-policy If you or anyone in your family (parents/siblings) have COVID+ and you cancel your trip due to that at the last minute, we will give you full refund (deducting 5% GST) once you submit the COVID+ report to us
Kohoj is a hill fort situated 100 km north of Mumbai on the Wada-Manor highway. It is around 800 years old and is one of the forts surrendered to the Mughals in the Purandar treaty. Today, this fort serves as a perfect trekking destination during monsoons. A beautiful Pazhar lake lies to the base of this mountain. A rock resembling the shape of a human is a major point of attraction at the top. Apart from this pillar, one can also find Kohoj devi temple near to a small lake at the top.
Matheran has garnered a reputation of one of the most favourite hill-stations around Mumbai for various reasons. The bountiful rains, lush greenery and waterfalls around. Matheran covers an area of 8 square kilometers in Sahyadris. This Fantastic spot was discovered in 1850 by Hugh Poyntz Malet, the collector of Thane district. Garbett point is located on South-west side of Matheran with grand view of the plateau.Climate here is very cool with some breath taking views.
There are very few hill forts to the north of Sahyadri’s and Tandulwadi is one of them. It lies 104 km north of Mumbai near a distant suburb called Saphale. It was mainly used as a watch tower to guard nearby areas. It gives a bird’s eye view of the town of Saphale, the Zanzorli lake and the confluence of Surya and Vaitarna rivers. The primary ownership of the fort lied with the Gujarat Sultanate which was later transferred to the Portugues & Marathas in the early 18th century. The fort now lies in ruins but offers a great opportunity for nature lovers and historians to explore.