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Kataldhaar waterfall trek || Lockdown Diaries || Trekking in Lonavla

June 19, 2021

“Kataldhar Waterfall Trek” gives us the immense pleasure of Trekking. “Katal” means the wall of Rock & “Dhar” means a Waterfall.

Located close to Lonavala, the Kataldhar trek takes about 4-5 hours to get to the waterfall. You'll start your trek by walking along a road that cuts through tropical forests. The waterfall is not too far from Rajmachi. Take on the challenge of an adventurous route | Traverse a dense forest filled with the sounds of nature. 

Kataldhar is a waterfall near Lonavala in Pune district in the Indian state of Maharashtra. This waterfall is not so famous because reaching the valley is somewhat difficult and requires basic trekking experience. Water is not available there for the whole year, but a good amount of water falls during the monsoon season.

Kataldhar Waterfall is located near Rajmachi Fort. To get there, find 3 mango trees on the Rajmachi Trekking route, at which point you can descend the Ulhas valley through dense forest. After reaching Kataldhar Waterfall you will see one eye shaped cave that could easily accommodate 100 people. At this cave, you will see Rajmachi Fort (Srivardhan Fort Balekilla).

The height of Kataldhar Lonavla is about 350 feet with an overhand of more than 100 feet. 



June 27, 2019

Devkund Falls is a waterfall located near Bhira, in Raigad district, India. It is a 'plunge' waterfall pouring massive amounts of water on the rocky surface underneath. It is a popular spot for one day picnics.


Devkund Waterfall , Jungle Trek , Bhira , Tamini Ghat

January 08, 2021

 Devkund Falls is a waterfall located near Bhira, in Raigad district, India. It is a 'plunge' waterfall pouring massive amounts of water on the rocky surface underneath. It is a popular spot for one day picnics.

Devkund Waterfall is located in Bhira Patnus and since it went viral on social media, it has become extremely crowded and dangerous place. Several lives have been lost while amateurs try to visit this place on their own. It is the confluence of three waterfalls and is said to be the origin of Kundalika River. It is about a three-hour trek from base village along the dam backwater and through forest to reach this place known as ‘Devkund’. A major part of the trek goes through some semi-dried forests with the river running parallel and sometimes crisscrossing through the route.[3] A guide is required to be taken during the trek as there is dense forest around.

Distance from Pune: 110 km

Distance from Mumbai: 170 km

Distance from Lonavala: 52 km


Devkund waterfall* * ⛰️

August 26, 2019
**⛰️ *GREAT ESCAPERS Devkund waterfall* * ⛰️

Devkund Waterfalls is a famous tourist attraction in Maharashtra. A popular picnic spot, the waterfalls are surrounded by lush green plains.
The highlight of the Devkund Waterfalls is that it is one of the few falls in  Maharashtra that falls under the category of a plunge fall. This means that the waterfall pours down with a strong gush on the rocky surface right into the pool. This makes your experience in Devkund, a majestic one.
If you are planning a trip to the Devkund Waterfalls, you would first want to get enough information about the place. To help you, we have put together this concise guide to the Devkund Waterfalls. Read on to know more.


TREK TO Andharban – The Dark Forest Trek

June 27, 2019


**ONEDAY TREK TO Andharban – The Dark Forest Trek*


*When :29 JUNE *
_Departure - 7.00AM
_Arrival  -  8.00PM
*Level -EASY *

*About - *Andharban The Dark Forest Trek*
* Andhar means Darkness and Ban stands for dense jungle, so the word Andharban literally means The Dense Dark Forest. The intimidating factor of this 13km long trek has to be the hardcore jungle cover over your head. A major portion of this trek route involves walking through this denseness

*Detailed Itinerary -*
1) Meet at sb road at 7.00am sharp
2) We will travel by non ac  bus
3)We will reach bhira base village around 10
4)We will start our trek we will take around 1.5hours one side
5)We will enjoy beautiful waterfall and return back to base village.


Enjoy your weekend on this amazing  trek, with some new travel buddies, also share your travel trips/treks experiences.

*Places to visit -*

*Andharban The Dark Forest Trek*

*Charges - Rs.1050 Only/-*

*Inclusions :-*

1) TRANSPORT by non ac bus
2) Meal:-
    - Breakfast
    - Lunch veg only
3) All the entry Charges
4) First-Aid Kit
5) Expert with well-versed experience.
6) fun &game

Anything which is not mentioned above in the list of inclusions

*Things To Carry :-*

1) Minimum 3 Ltrs of water
2) Personal medicine
3) Extra pair of clothes & socks in case of emergency
4) Raincoats
5) Sun Caps (Mandatory)


*For bookings & any other details, contact -*
*Lovelesh :- 8928911147*
*Mayur       :- 9970334340*
*Anurag     :- 8698650010*

Confirm your seats soon. Forward it to your friends and get discounts each for a group of 5+.

*Mode of Payment :-*

You can pay through *Google Pay or PayTm* on 8698650010.


*Account Transfer on -*
Holder - Anurag Nimbalkar | Bank - SBI  | Senapati Bapat Road, Pune | A/c -  20402291153 | IFSC - SBIN0004120


Ajoba Hills Trek, Sitamai Palna, Dehene, Maharashtra

January 17, 2021

 This is Sitamai Cha Palna trek in Ajoba Hills. The real Ajoba lies at 1100m whereas the Luv Kush caves are at 700m. Ajoba is also known as Ajaparvat.

Ajobagad is a fort in the state of Maharashtra , India .

Grandfather's hill in the middle of Ratangad and Harishchandragad in the Balaghat range looks like an ancient man. The 3,000 feet high wall of this fort is a challenge and a unique goal for the climbers. 

According to mythology, Valmiki wrote the Ramayana while sitting on this fort . It was on this fort that Sitamai gave birth to Love and Kush . Love and Kush used to call Valmiki 'Grandfather', hence the name 'Ajobagad'. There is an ashram and samadhi of Valmiki on the fort.

The first way is to reach the ashram of Valmiki sage in about half an hour. Since there is no way to get to the top of the fort from the ashram of Valmiki sage, you have to stay at the ashram. There is a hut on the fort. There is a spring nearby. If there is a stay program, you have to arrange the meal from home. If you go up the waterfall from the ashram, you will find a cave at the top after about an hour and a half. Here Lovekusha's shoes are carved in the rock. There is also a water tank on the left. Iron ladders have also been installed to reach the cave. This is the way to return to the ashram. Thus, for those coming from Mumbai, grandfather's fort is a scenic fort. Leaving two to three water tanks at the top of the fort is nothing special to see. Many Durgavirs trek for 4 to 5 days from Ratangad - Grandfather's Fort - Harishchandragad.

From Mumbai to Asangaon Railway Station:

The easiest way to reach the fort is to reach Asangaon railway station from Mumbai.

From here to Shahapur by rickshaw or ST. From here in the morning by ST or jeep via Dolkhamb-Sakurli to reach the village 'Dehane'. There is a plateau in the middle of the village. The plateau is divided into three parts. One of these bullock carts leads straight to the ashram of Valmiki sage. The other way goes to the hill of Katrabai and further to the village of 'Kumshet'. The third way goes to the forest. It is better not to go this way.

By Kalyan - Murbad - Malshej - Dolkhamb:

Dene village can also be reached by Kalyan - Murbad - Malshej -Dolkhamb route.

Kasara - Ghoti - Rajur - Kumshet Route:

To see the top of the fort, one can go through Kasara - Ghoti - Rajur -Kumshet.