Naneghat is a mountain pass in the Sahyadri range near Junnar. It stretches over the western ghats through an ancient stone laid hiking trail to the Naneghat plateau. This pass was an ancient trade route that linked the seaports of Sopara and Kalyan with the economic settlements in Nasik & Paithan. The name ‘nane’ means coin & ‘ghat’ means pass. This name was given since it was used as a toll booth to collect toll from traders crossing the hills. While travelling on Kalyan-Ahmednagar road, one can easily get a glimpse of a thumb-like peak called ‘Nanyacha angtha’ a little after Murbad
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.
Situated on the banks of River Tungabhadra, Hampi is one of the most amazing UNESCO world heritage sites in India. This place is a melting pot of different cultures across the world. Hampi is a place where people come to chill (just like Goa, although it is way different in all aspects), exchange the learnings and go back with loads of pleasant memories. The today's ruins Of Hampi is actually the Heritage Of Kishkindha, the kingdom of the Vanara king Sugriva from Ramayana. Solitude lovers and photography enthusiasts would love to stroll around more than 20 ancient heritages, hill tops and some extremely dramatic sunsets. Well, our words will not be able to do justice with the actual experience of Hampi.
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Sarasgad is situated on the borders of Pali. A very huge wall of Sarasgad is at the north south border of Pali. This fort was mainly used to keep a check on the surrounding regions. From fort, ‘Pali’ and all surrounding areas can be seen.
Gujarat never fails to amaze and its amazement lies in a celebration at the largest tent city situated in the heart of the Kutch District – The Rann Of Kutch. It is the most Popular tourist destination to visit on long weekends. The spectacular sight of a glistening White Rann under the full moon along with various glimpses of Kutchi Culture, handicrafts and outdoor activities make this desert carnival a perfect holiday destination. The Rann Utsav – Tent City is a specially built temporary city that captures the ethnic beauty of rural Kutch while providing a memorable experience. Spread across an area of 5,00,000 sq. mt., it is the largest tent accommodation in India. Located 85 km from Bhuj, The Rann Utsav – Tent City is set up near the village of DhordoThe handicraft bazaar provides local artisans a fantastic platform to showcase their work, while the activity area is used for a range of performances and entertaining shows
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.
Rafting is one of those rare activities which can be enjoyed by all ages. It’s a perfect combination of adventure, stepping out of the comfort zone, exercise and above all, making memories of a lifetime with your friends and loved ones. Kolad is a spectacular location to experience the pleasure of white water river rafting. Kundalika River which starts in Tamhini Ghat and runs through Kolad village is recognised as perfect place for white water rafting for amateurs. This activity is conducted between two dams over a stretch of approx 12Km. We start on the lower side of Bhira Dam and the water runs in to Dolwahal dam. Since it is situated between two dams the safety is higher since there are no unknown changes in the levels of water and because of this Kundalika river and Kolad region is recognised as water sports hub. The River Kundalika has a perfect setting with up to grade 3 rapids, exciting descents, extreme beauty owing to its cascading waterfalls, green meadows with the picturesque backdrop of the Sahyadris.
Kalsubai with the height of 1646 m [5400 ft] is famous as its the highest peak of the Sahyadri Range as well as Maharashtra. It commands a beautiful view of the surrounding lush green territory. Since the route to Kalsubai peak is highly frequented, enough efforts have been made to make this trek easier. There are steel railings, chains and ladders at places where it is difficult to negotiate the terrain.