Trek to Mahuli

Mahuli’s historical significance lies in the the various eras of rulers who have ruled here. Beginning with the Moghuls who created the fort, it came under rule of Nijamshahi dynasty in 1485. It was later on won and sacrificed by Shivaji Raje twice, passing it back to Moghuls in the ‘treaty of Purandar’. In 1670, when Gaud was in charge of the fort, Marathas attacked the fort again, but ended up losing a gem, Sardar Kadam, later named ‘Sonare’ (Gold of Swarajya)
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Trek to Matheran via Vikatgad

Vikatgad (Peb Fort) Peb fort derives its name from the Goddess 'Pebi'. It is also called Vikatgad because its pinnacle is supposedly in the shape of the Elephant headed god - Ganesh. The fort lies in the Matheran range itself and is adjacent to Matheran. It is an easy trek, with the slightly difficult parts being the small rock patch and a ladder. There are caves to stay in which are well maintained by the disciples of Swami Samartha. Peb fort is

Trek to Naneghat

About the tour: Naneghat is a mountain pass in the Western Ghats range near Junnar in Pune district of Maharashtra, India. During the reign of the Satavahana (200 BCE–190 CE), the pass was extensively used as a trade route between Kalyan and Junnar. Literally, the name nane means "coin" and ghat means "pass". The name is given because this path was used as a tollbooth to collect toll from traders crossing the hills. The location is ideal for star gazing and star

Trek to Prabalgad

Prabalgad Fort, also known as Muranjan and Pradhangad, is located between Matheran and Panvel in the Indian state of Maharashtra, at an elevation of 2300 feet in the Western Ghats. It was built on a plateau very close to Matheran, but unlike Matheran it does not have a good source of water. It was known as Muranjan until it was taken over and renamed by the Maratha forces under Shivaji's rule. The fort contains a temple to Ganesh and some stone ruins.

Trek to Ratangad

Jewel fort of Maharashtra Ratangad is a fort in Ratanwadi, Maharashtra, India, overlooking the locale of Bhandardara, one of the oldest artificial catchment areas. The fort is about 2000 years old. Ratangad has a natural rock peak with a cavity in it at the top which is called 'Nedhe' or 'Eye of the Needle'. The fort has four gates Ganesh, Hanuman, Konkan and Trimbak. It also has many wells on the top. Ratangad was captured by Chattrapati Shivaji Raje Bhosle. The base
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Trek to Sudhagad

The origin of this fort is said to date back to the 2nd century B.C the same age as the Thanale Caves and Khadsamble caves nearby. It was then called Bhrorapgad (after its presiding deity, Bhoraidevi). In 1436, it was captured by the Bahamani Sultan. In 1657, the Marathas took over and renamed it "Sudhagad" (the sweet one). It was a large fort and Sudhagad was considered by Shivaji as the capital of his kingdom. He surveyed it, but instead chose Raigad

Trek to Triund

Heavenly meadows, pine forests, glaciers and the gloriousness of the great Himalayas is the gateway to Dhauladhar. The welcoming icy terrains offer an opportunity for travellers of all the ages to trek and devour the sublime nature. Beginning from Mcleodganj to finally reach Triund, and all the experiences in between will ensure to enkindle in you peace and tranquillity.


VALLEY OF FLOWERS:   Officially, Frank Smyth is credited with discovering the Valley of Flowers in 1931, but in some circles it is believed that Richard Holdsworth, a botanist member of Smyth's successful Kamet Expedition was the real discoverer of the Valley. Smyth got the information from him and went to see and work on it. Of course, the local people had always known about the Valley, but they would rarely venture into it because of a prevailing superstition that the valley

Unexplored Sangla – Kalpa valley tour

Introduction: Himachal less explored and less trodden beauty - Unexplored Sangla & Kalpa valley tour. This group tour from Mumbai will take you around the remotest places of Himachal. The remote tracts of Kinnaur & Spiti are bound together by a rich cultural tradition, rivers, steep mountains, valleys & passes. This tour will take you to the remote areas of Himachal Pradesh. Experience the life-style & culture of the people of Spiti and Kinnaur. View some of the most fascinating thousand year

Unwind Himachal – Backpacking Trip

Himachal (Himalayas Fringe) lies in Northern region of India. This unwinding tour will take us around Himachal's famous though remote locations. Join and unwind the true magic of Himachal.   Region                         Himachal, Manali No of Days                  Ex – Delhi        07 Days   Day Action Chart Meals Acco Day 1 Arrive Delhi | Delhi - Kasol Overnight Journey Volvo Day 2 Kasol – Kheerganga L,D Camp Day 3 Kheerganga – Kasol B,D Camp Day 4 Kasol – Mcleodganj B Hotel Day 5 Mcleodganj


About the tour: Arunachal Pradesh, whose name means “Land of the Dawn-Lit Mountains” in Sanskrit, is also known as the Orchid State of India or the Paradise of the Botanists. Geographically, it is the largest among the North-east Indian states commonly known as the Seven Sister States. As in other parts of Northeast India, the people native to the state trace their origins to the Tibeto-Burman people. In recent times, a large number of migrants from various parts of India and other