Waterfall Rappelling Mumbai 

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Weekend is here and you are looking for an adventure. Head for Waterfall Rappelling and let the beautiful waterfall and nature refresh you. You can do rappelling with your friends and family, As you would be abseiling they would be cheering you. Abseiling or Rappelling means 'to rope down’ is a controlled descent of a vertical drop, such as a rock face or slope using a rope.

During Rappelling high quality equipment is used ropes, seat harnesses, descenders, helmets and gloves for safety. Experts have been trained by mountaineering schools and are engaged in this activity increasing their capabilities.

During Waterfall Rappelling you will descend down the waterfall with water flowing at high velocity and increasing the fun element, experts will be at hand guiding you on how to complete your activity. Experts will use the latest gear and methods to make sure you enjoy your adventure activity and reach down safely.

 

Dodhani Waterfall Rappelling

About Dodhani Waterfall Rappelling:

Dodhani waterfall is located at the base of Matheran.Waterfall Rappelling is conducted here during monsoon. You can reach here from Panvel local rickshaw and State Transport Bus is available. A small trek leads to Matheran Sunset Point from Dodhani Village. Rappelling is a technique used for controlled descending down from slope or a rock patch. This technique has been absorbed by our adventure experts, under the safety and security of experts to create a happening recreational adventure activity wherein we will descend down on a rope that too under the refreshing flow of water via waterfalls. During Rappelling high quality equipment is used ropes, seat harnesses, descenders, helmets and gloves for safety.

Batches for Dodhani waterfall Rappelling:

22nd July 2017

23rd July 2017

19th August 2017

20th August 2017

23rd August 2017

24th August 2017

28th August 2017

29th August 2017

Event Details:

Category: Adventure
Level: Easy
Height of the waterfall: 70-75 feet
Weight Limit: 35 kgs-95 kgs

Duration: 1 Day

Events Itinerary:

Meet us at Panvel station sharp 07:30 am.

Further proceed towards Dodhani Waterfall by local transport (ST Bus)

Breakfast.

Start a trek towards the waterfall (one & half hours trek). 

09:30 am Instruction of waterfall and start the rappelling activity. 

Enjoy the Dodhani waterfall throughout the day with an amazing rappelling under the expert’s guidance.

Evening departs to Panvel.

Cost Inclusions:

  • Transportation from Panvel and back by local transport.
  • Breakfast, Lunch and evening tea.
  • Rappelling activity charges.
  • Trek Leader Expertise Charges.

Cost Exclusions:

  • Anything’s other then above mentioned inclusions.

How to Register:-

Batches for Dodhani waterfall Rappelling:

22nd July 2017

23rd July 2017

19th August 2017

20th August 2017

23rd August 2017

24th August 2017

28th August 2017

29th August 2017

For registration and confirmation transfer Rs. 1400.00 per person in the given a/c

Account Name: Treks and Trails 
Bank Name: Axis Bank 
Account Number: 917020047534079
Branch: Churchgate - Mumbai
IfSC Code:  UTIB0000695 
Account Type: Current Account

Once payment is done, please send an email to  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  withTransaction ID, Participant Name, email ID, mobile phone number, emergency contact number.

For any queries please call or email 

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Cancellation Policy:

  • 50 % refund if notified via phone conversation 3 days prior to the event date.
  • No refund if the cancellation requested is less than 3 days. No show No Refund.
  • Event Tickets cannot be transferred to another date against cancellation.
  • Event Tickets cannot be transferred to another person against cancellation.

Things to carry:

  • Haversack to keep hands free, water bottle 3lts. Extra Pair of clothes. Ready to eat food, like plum cakes, chocolate bar, some snacks & biscuits etc. Electoral or GluconD powder.
  • Personal medicines. Sun protection cap, goggles, some ready to eat food like plumb cake, biscuit, fruits.
  • Torch with spare set of batteries, Light weight towel.
  • Extra set of clothes. A sweater.

 

Bekare Waterfall Rappelling

About Bekare Waterfall Rappelling:

Bekare waterfall is located near Bhivpuri Road Railway station. Beautiful Bekare Waterfall is well hidden you need cross few rivers and is situated in the Matheran Forest Foothills. You will need to board auto rickshaw till Bekare Village and from there trek till waterfall around 30 minutes. The waterfall comes to its full glory and force during monsoon. During Rappelling high quality equipment is used ropes, seat harnesses, descenders, helmets and gloves for safety. Experts have been trained by mountaineering schools and are engaged in this activity increasing their capabilities.

Batches for Bekre Waterfall:

29th July 2017

30th July 2017

2nd September 2017

3rd September 2017

30th September 2017

1st October 2017

2nd October 2017

Meeting Point Dadar East near Pritam Dhaba 06:00 am

06:00 am: Starting point will be Dadar East Near Pritam Dhaba.

06:30 am: Meeting point will be Chembur Near Yogi hotel.

07:00 am: Meeting point will be Vashi Near Main Bridge.

07:30 am: Kalamboli Mc Donald's

08:30 am: Reach village start trek and move to the Waterfall location, the day will be spent in

Rappelling, flying fox and spending time in the nearby pools and waterfalls.

03:00pm: Start return journey

06:00pm: Reach Mumbai.

 

Cost Inclusions:

  • Travelling from Dadar to Dadar.
  • Breakfast, Lunch and Evening Tea
  • Rappelling Charges and Flying Fox Charges
  • Trek Leader Expertise Charges.

Cost Excludes:

  • Anything’s other then above mentioned inclusions.

How to Register:-

Batches for Bekre Waterfall:

29th July 2017 - Buy Tickets - 

30th July 2017  - Buy Tickets - 

2nd September 2017

3rd September 2017

30th September 2017

1st October 2017

2nd October 2017

 

For registration and confirmation transfer Rs. 1400.00 per person in the given a/c

 

Account Name: Treks and Trails 
Bank Name: Axis Bank 
Account Number: 917020047534079
Branch: Churchgate - Mumbai
IfSC Code:  UTIB0000695 
Account Type: Current Account

Once payment is done, please send an email to  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  withTransaction ID, Participant Name, email ID, mobile phone number, emergency contact number.

For any queries please call or email 

Treks and Trails Mumbai 8828746865

Treks and Trails 9619095743

Cancellation Policy:

  • 50 % refund if notified via phone conversation 3 days prior to the event date.
  • No refund if the cancellation requested is less than 3 days. No show No Refund.
  • Event Tickets cannot be transferred to another date against cancellation.
  •  Event Tickets cannot be transferred to another person against cancellation.

Things to carry:

  • Haversack to keep hands free, water bottle 3lts. Extra Pair of clothes. Ready to eat food, like plum cakes, chocolate bar, some snacks & biscuits etc. Electoral or GluconD powder.
  • Personal medicines. Sun protection cap, goggles, some ready to eat food like plumb cake, biscuit, fruits.
  • Torch with spare set of batteries, Light weight towel.
  • Extra set of clothes. A sweater.

 

Dhangar Waterfall Rappelling

About Dhangar Waterfall:-

This Dhangar Waterfall is at Badlapur, it is 8kms from Badlapur station on Central Railway.
It has a background Navara Navari Mountains Range near Chanderi Fort of Badlapur.

Batches for Dhangar Waterfall:

12th August 2017

13th August 2017

15th August 2017

16th September 2017

17th September 2017

14th October 2017

15th October 2017

Event Details:

Category: Adventure
Level: Easy
Weight Limit: 35 kgs-95 kgs

Duration: 1 Day

Event Itinerary:

Meeting Point: 07.30 am near Railway, Badlapur (East), Mumbai.

Train Timings:

  • CST: 06.10am
  • Byculla: 06.18am
  • Dadar: 06.24am
  • Kurla: 06.31am
  • Ghatkopar: 06.35am
  • Thane: 06.50am
  • Dombivli: 07.02am
  • Kalyan: 07.10am
  • Badlapur: 07.27am


06.00am: Departure from Mumbai CST to Badlapur by train.

07.30am: Arrival at Badlapur, travel to Village by Local Transport, Breakfast.

09.00am: Trek to Dhangar Waterfall

09.30am: Arrival at Dhangar Waterfall, Flying Fox, Waterfall Rappelling & enjoy in Waterfall.

01.00pm: Lunch.

04.00pm: Trek to Badlapur Village.

04.30pm: Evening Tea & Snacks.

05.30pm: Departure to Mumbai from Dhangar.

 

Cost Includes:

  • Travelling by Jeep or Auto from Badlapur Railway Station to Village & back.
  • Breakfast, Lunch and evening tea.
  • Trek Leader Expertise Charges.

 

Cost Excludes:

  • Anything’s other then above mentioned inclusions.

How to Register:-

Batches for Dhangar Waterfall:

12th August 2017

13th August 2017

15th August 2017

16th September 2017

17th September 2017

14th October 2017

15th October 2017

 

For registration and confirmation transfer Rs. 1500.00 per person in the given a/c

 

Account Name: Treks and Trails 
Bank Name: Axis Bank 
Account Number: 917020047534079
Branch: Churchgate - Mumbai
IfSC Code:  UTIB0000695 
Account Type: Current Account

Once payment is done, please send an email to  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  with Transaction ID, Participant Name, email ID, mobile phone number, emergency contact number.

For any queries please call or email 

Treks and Trails Mumbai 8828746865

Treks and Trails 9619095743

Cancellation Policy:

  • 50 % refund if notified via phone conversation 3 days prior to the event date.
  • No refund if the cancellation requested is less than 3 days. No show No Refund.
  • Event Tickets cannot be transferred to another date against cancellation.
  • Event Tickets cannot be transferred to another person against cancellation.

 

Things to carry:

  • Haversack to keep hands free, water bottle 3lts. Extra Pair of clothes. Ready to eat food, like plum cakes, chocolate bar, some snacks & biscuits etc. Electoral or GluconD powder.
  • Personal medicines. Sun protection cap, goggles, some ready to eat food like plumb cake, biscuit, fruits.
  • Torch with spare set of batteries, Light weight towel.
  • Extra set of clothes. A sweater.

 

Dudhiware Waterfall Rappelling

About Dudhiware Waterfall Rappelling: -

Dudhiware Waterfall is located in Lonavala. Approx height of this waterfall is 135 ft. Dudhiware

Waterfall Rappelling Also technically known as canyoning and canyoneering are more often

associated with technical descents those that require rappels (abseils) and rope work, down

climbing. An adventure sport, where you walk down a cliff amidst the Gushing Waterfall.One

can enjoy this waterfall rappelling safely, as all the activities are done under expert

guidance and all safety measures are taken for it.

Batches for Dudhiware Waterfall Rappelling:

5th August 2017

6th August 2017

9th September 2017

10th September 2017

7th October 2017

8th October 2017

Event Details:

Event Location - Dudhiware, Lonavala

Height: Approx 135 - 150 feet

Grade: Thrilling

Event Itinerary:

Meet us at Lonavala railway station by 08:00 am.

Proceed towards base village by local transport.

Breakfast.

Introduction session at base village and start a trek towards the waterfall (one / half hours trek).

09:30 am Instruction of waterfall and start the rappelling activity.

Enjoy the Dudhiware waterfall throughout the day with an amazing rappelling under the expert’s guidance.

Evening departs to Lonavala.

Pune Participants catch any local train plying towards Lonavala and meet us at Lonavala station at 8.00 am.

Cost Inclusions:

  • Transportation from Lonavala and Back to Lonavala by Local Transport.
  • Breakfast, Lunch and evening tea.
  • Rappelling charges
  • Trek Leader Expertise Charges.

Cost Exclusions:

  • Anythings other then above mentioned inclusions.

Batches for Dudhiware Waterfall Rappelling:

5th August 2017

6th August 2017

9th September 2017

10th September 2017

7th October 2017

8th October 2017

How to Register:-

For registration and confirmation transfer Rs. 1800.00 per person in the given a/c

Account Name: Treks and Trails 
Bank Name: Axis Bank 
Account Number: 917020047534079
Branch: Churchgate - Mumbai
IfSC Code:  UTIB0000695 
Account Type: Current Account

Once payment is done, please send an email to  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  with Transaction ID, Participant Name, email ID, mobile phone number, emergency contact number.

For any queries please call or email 

Treks and Trails Mumbai 8828746865

Treks and Trails 9619095743

Cancellation Policy:

  • 50 % refund if notified via phone conversation 3 days prior to the event date.
  • No refund if the cancellation requested is less than 3 days. No show No Refund.
  • Event Tickets cannot be transferred to another date against cancellation.
  •  Event Tickets cannot be transferred to another person against cancellation.

Things to carry:

  • Haversack to keep hands free, water bottle 3lts. Extra Pair of clothes. Ready to eat food, like plum cakes, chocolate bar, some snacks & biscuits etc. Electoral or GluconD powder.
  • Personal medicines. Sun protection cap, goggles, some ready to eat food like plumb cake, biscuit, fruits.
  • Torch with spare set of batteries, Light weight towel.
  • Extra set of clothes. A sweater.

 

Diksal Waterfall Rappelling

Diksal Waterfall Rappelling

Diksal waterfall is located near Bhivpuri station, you would need to trek one-hour from Bhivpuri railway station to reach Diksal Waterfall. Height of Waterfall 115 feet. Trek is very easy with beautiful panoramic views of the surroundings. You will walk beside the Dhom dam while crossing a small water stream. This short trek is one of the most scenic treks that can be done easily by all age groups.

The waterfall lies just below a small village known as Sagachi wadi. The famous Garbett point trek can be done via this route from the village. On the top of this village, the beautiful Matheran range can be seen.

Sandhan Valley Rappelling

Sandhan Valley Rappelling And Flying Fox

Sandhan Valley, also known as Valley of suspense or Valley of Shadow, is one of the greatest canyons in the splendid setting of Sahyadri Western Ghats. The water carved valley is 200 ft deep and about 1.5 km long. Sandhan valley is located on the western side of the beautiful Bhandardara region, near Samrad village. During Monsoon rappelling is done near the entrance of Sandhan Valley. Located near Ghatghar, Bhandardara you will need to drive down 200 km to reach Samrad Village. Other attraction include reverse waterfall, Ghatghar Dam, Wilson Dam.

Kondana Caves Rappelling

Kondana Caves Waterfall Rappelling

Kondana Caves situated in Karjat offers the ancient lifestyle of Buddhist followers. Ancient rock-cut caves, Kondana Caves are very famous Buddhist caves. These caves enclose sculptures, vihara, cahitya and stupa. Sculptures and stupas are specimens of the ancient period Buddhist architecture. There was a natural disaster in the form of an earth quake in early 1900 by which many stupas, front entrance and floor of the caves were damaged. These ancient caves attract lots of tourists and Buddhist devotees all through the year. Kondana Caves is around 15 KM from Karjat.

You can reach here by boarding rickshaw till Kondane Village from Karjat Railway Station. Kondana Caves are situated inside the jungle you will need to trek uphill for one hour crossing many small waterfalls.

First Trek Essentials Required

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Signed up for your first trek excited to explore beautiful outdoors our list of essentials from our seasoned trekking team will guide you to avoid mistakes and your trekking experience will be amazing.

Important Gear required

Important Gear required

Backpack

  • Two Day backpack & rain cover(40 - 60 litres) with comfortable waist and shoulder straps
  • One Day pack + rain cover 20 - 40 litres
  • Identity proof (must)

Head Gear

  • Head torch with extra batteries - Hand torch an alternative
  • Sun Cap - Sun Glasses

Clothes

  • Two Full Trekking Pants - Quick Dry Material
  • Two T-shirts - Full sleeves - Quick Dry Material
  • Wear dark coloured clothes
  • Avoid wearing white coloured clothes 
  • Avoid wearing Gold and other ornaments

Walking Gear

  • Walking stick advisable
  • Trekking shoes with good grip on wet rocks and Waterproof
  • Extra pair of socks compulsory 
  • Please avoid wearing sports shoes they have very less grip, Prefer Trekking shoes only
  • Floaters / Flip - flops 1 Pair (Optional) to relax after trek

Water & Food

  • Water bottle / Hydration bag 2 - 3 litres
  • Snacks - Energy bars - Dry fruits - Glucon D - Ors Powder
  • Glucon D / Energy bars 

Medicine & Doctor

  • Personal Medical Kit - Please carry First Aid Kit
  • Please visit your Doctor before starting any outdoor trek or activity
  • Sunscreen cream - Hand sanitiser
  • Odomos

Rainwear & Monsoon Precaution

  • Rain Jacket - Poncho - Waterproof pants if you don’t want to get wet
  • Dry Bag or Plastic bag to keep clothes dry 
  • Double pack your valuables / phones in plastic bags
  • Carry alternate phone or dry bag for phone and power-bank for charging
  • Heavy Rains are expected, so pack your bags accordingly to save them from getting wet

 

Be Prepared First Trek

Event Itinerary & Safety First

  • Please read the event itinerary
  • Trekking is a specialist activity please come prepared
  • Check you shoes, make sure your shoes are sturdy repaired ones or old shoes will not last in mountains.
  • While trekking there is no one to impress so please don’t worry about fashion and bring sturdy gear which can survive mountain climate.
  • If you have good gear there is no need to invest in new gear

Physical - Mental - Medical Preparation

  • Physical and positive frame of mind will help you keep pace.
  • Bring your personal medication and basic first aid
  • Visit a doctor for approval and judge your fitness before enrolling any trekking activity
  • Stay calm during during difficult moments it will help you.
  • Keep leeway in your travel plans just in case, mountain weather can affect your travel plans
  • Dont worry about shoes getting wet while crossing streams or gear getting damage while trekking you can always replace them, but injury will lead to end of trek

How to protect your gear

  • Rain cover for your backpack will keep your backpack dry and protect it from thorns and rocks.
  • Dry bag / Waterproof kitbag to keep your clothes and gadgets dry and protected
  • Dont walk with your phones or camera in hand one slip and you can damage your expensive gadgets

Be a Cool Traveller

  • Stay Organised by keeping necessary toiletries handy
  • Smile and be courteous with locals and other travellers
  • Learn local greetings Namaste / Julay / Salaam it will help you connect with people.
  • Be environment friendly carry water bottle which can be refilled instead of purchasing bottled water
  • Dont create extra plastic waste with food wrappers always leave the campsite cleaned

Gujrat - Bhuj & White Rann of Kutch - Explore

About Bhuj:
Bhuj, formerly sacred to the snake Bhujang, was established by Rao Hamirji in 1510 and was made the capital of Cutch State by Rao Khengarji I in 1549. Its foundation stone as state capital was formally laid on Vikram Samvat 1604 Maagha 5th (approx. 25 January 1548). After 1590, when Rao was forced to acknowledge Mughal supremacy, Bhuj was known as Suleiman Nagar among Muslims. The walls were built by Rao Godji I in 1723, and the Bhujiya Fort by Devkaran Seth in Rao Deshalji I's time (1718 - 1741). Bhuj has been attacked six times. In two cases the defense was successful and in four it failed. In a attack by Sarbuland Khan in 1728, Mughal Viceroy of Gujarat, was repulsed by Rao Deshalji I, and, in 1765 Mian Ghulam Shah Kalhoro was, by a timely display of the strength of the fortifications, induced to withdraw. During the civil troubles of the reign of the Rao Rayadhan III, Bhuj was thrice taken, by Meghji Seth in 1786, by Hansraj in 1801, and by Fateh Muhammad in 1808. On the 26th March 1819, the hill fort of Bhujia was captured by a British detachment under Sir William Keir. **** Source Wikipedia
 
About Kutch:
Kutch literally means something which intermittently becomes wet and dry; a large part of this district is known as Rann of Kutch which is shallow wetland which submerges in water during the rainy season and becomes dry during other seasons. The same word is also used in the languages of Sanskrit origin for a tortoise. The Rann is famous for its marshy salt flats which become snow white after the shallow water dries up each season before the monsoon rains. The district is also famous for ecologically important Banni grasslands with their seasonal marshy wetlands which form the outer belt of the Rann of Kutch. Kutch District is surrounded by the Gulf of Kutch and the Arabian Sea in south and west, while northern and eastern parts are surrounded by the Great and Little Rann (seasonal wetlands) of Kutch. The district is well connected by road, rail and air. Being close to international border, Kutch has an army and air force base.****  Source Wikipedia
 
 

Salota Fort In Maharashtra:

Type: Hill Fort

Height: 4986  ft

Range: Balaghat

Grade: Medium

District: Nashik

Food: One has arrange for their own

Water: Available

Accommodation: Nil

Time: 45 min from Waghambe cleft.

salota fort

About: The north - south range of the Sahyadri starts from Baalgan Baaglana in Nashik district. The range starting from north is called Selbari or Dolbari range. Mangi-Tungi Pinnacles, Nhavigad falls into the Selbari range while Salher, Mulher, Moragad, Hargad, Salota forts fall in the Dolbari range.

Salher Fort:

Type: Hill Fort

Height: 5140 ft

Range: Selbari-Dolbari

District: Nashik

Grade: Medium

Food: Arrange Of its own

Water: Available

Accommodation: Can stay in the caves on the top o the fort.

About: Salher is the highest fort in Maharashtra which offers spectacular views of the Baglan mountain range in Nashik. This fort has a good historic importance.

 Alang and Madan Fort In Maharashtra:

Summary:

Height: 4852 - 4841 - 4822 ft

Region: Igatpuri - Kalsubai

Grade: 10/10

Endurance: High

Accommodation: Two caves are there for accommodation.

Food: Villager can provide 

Water: Available

About Alang fort:

Alang Madan Kulang Trek - Trekking Group Mumbai-003

 

Alang Fort (also Alangad) is a fort in Nashik district, Maharashtra, India. It is one of the three forts, the others being Madangad and Kulang, in the Kalsubai range of the Western Ghats. They are the most difficult to reach forts in Nasik District. A dense forest cover make these treks difficult. These three forts are a little neglected due to very heavy rains in the area and a difficult confusing path to the fort.