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Short-breaks weekend events near Mumbai, One or Two days Mumbai Weekend events specially curated for Mumbaikars. 

Mumbai Midnight Cycling

If you're in Mumbai and have an adventurous spirit, then cycling around the city will be a great way to get to know this bustling metropolis. But, on the other hand, if you want to find out what life is truly like for the locals, cycling is the best way to do it! The Mumbai Midnight Cycling Event is a group of cyclists who meet at night to explore India's commercial capital streets. They are drawn by the city's many contrasts, from its rich heritage to its modernity and stark poverty.Join this Mumbai Weekend events to explore the city differently. 

Mumbai, India, is one of the most densely populated cities in the world. Unfortunately, it's also home to some of the country's worst traffic jams and pollution levels. These factors make cycling an unpopular mode of transportation for locals. However, Treks and Trails India works hard to change that perception by organizing midnight bike rides on roads around Mumbai at least once a week on the weekends. The challenge with this idea is that many people don't have access to their bikes. So we provide them the bike and guide during the Midnight Cycling Event. As a result, few cyclists who are too afraid to cycle on busy roads due to traffic and cannot find friends with similar interests in exploring the city can join us. 

Favorite time to cycle is in the night when there are no cars on the road, and you can whiz past buildings without worrying about traffic, and the weather is just perfect. Learn more about how you too can enjoy this experience of biking at night if you live in Mumbai.

 

Rajmachi Fort Trek from Lonavala

The Rajmachi trek is an easy but rewarding day or night hike from Lonavala. Located in the Western Sahyadri, this mountain offers dramatic views of Khandala and Karjat on clear days. The trek starts from the Tungarli dam with an uphill walk to the village of Udhewadi, which takes around four hours, followed by a seven-kilometer descend to Kondana Caves near Karjat. The total distance for the trek is 30 kilometers; you will start from Lonavala, and the trek will end in Karjat.

Rajmachi trek is unlike any other because you explore the beautiful twin forts of Rajmachi near Pune. This fort is a perfect example of a medieval hill fort, and it's been around since at least the 14th century. You'll be able to see some interesting sites like Kataldhar waterfalls, Kondana caves, and temples that are all worth checking out! Rajmachi Monsoon Trek is a very popular Mumbai Weekend event among Indian Hikers. 

 

Igatpuri Camping and Watersports

Igatpuri Camping and Watersports is a perfect destination for nature lovers and adventure seekers looking for a Mumbai Weekend Event. The Igatpuri camp offers a range of activities such as watersports, camping, and trekking to explore the region's beauty. Apart from these, there are many other things that you can do at this campsite like visiting temples, exploring the night sky or just relaxing in one of its beautiful tents facing the lake.

For those looking for a weekend of adventure in the wilderness, Igatpuri is a perfect destination. With plenty to do and see, this place will not disappoint! The city of Igatpuri is a perfect destination for adventure seekers. With its proximity to the Sahyadri Mountains ranges and the Western Ghats, there are plenty of opportunities for hiking, biking, or just exploring nature. The best way to explore this region is by camping in these pristine locations where you can enjoy scenic views, water sports on the rivers, or spend time with your loved ones.

 

Kalsubai Trek to the Highest Peak of Maharashtra

Kalsubai Trek is the Highest Peak of Maharashtra and one of the best treks in India. It starts from Bari Village in Junnar district, Maharashtra, which is located about 160 from Mumbai. The peak at 1,637 meters above sea level offers a spectacular view of the Wilson Dam on one side and the Western Ghats on the other side. Kalsubai trek is an easy climb to a mountain summit that anyone can do with average fitness levels and some hiking experience. The highest peak offers panoramic views of the Alang Madan Kulang Forts, Ratangad Fort, and Samrad Village and its adjacent valleys. The Kalsubai Trek offers a glimpse into how our ancestors lived their lives centuries ago. The trail passes through thin forest trees before reaching the summit, where you can spot Milkyway Galaxy on a new moon night.

 

Pawna Lake Camping

Pawna Lake Camping is located in the Western Ghats of Maharashtra, on the border of Lonavala and Pune districts. It's a popular spot for paragliding, hiking, and camping. The Pawna lake camping from Lonavala is popular among party goes from Pune and Mumbai. It provides breathtaking views of waterfalls along the way during the monsoon season. Camping at Pawna Lake offers an opportunity to experience nature up close. Being surrounded by tall trees with buzzing cicadas and birdsong overhead as you sip your tea or coffee in peace will make you forget all about the world outside!

A famous Mumbai weekend events destination Pawna Lake is a beautiful location for camping and paragliding. The Pawna Dam, which was built in the 1960s to provide irrigation water for the nearby farms, created an artificial lake that is now home to many flora and fauna. Pawna Lake is a popular tourist destination in the Kamshet Maval Taluka. The natural beauty and serene landscape will make your camping experience a memorable one. This region is also famous for paragliding as it has some of the best slopes in India.

 

Kolad River Rafting

Kolad River Rafting is the perfect way to experience this beautiful and remote Kundalika river of India. The river has a reputation for being one of the wildest in Asia and offers some of the most thrilling white water rafting available anywhere on Earth. This stretch of rapids is classed as Grade 4-5, which means it's not for novices, but if you're up to challenge, sign up now!

Kundalika River Rafting is a well-known Mumbai weekend event during the monsoon season adventure out of Kolad, Maharashtra. The Kundalika River offers class III to IV rapids and has some great white water suitable for both beginners and experts alike. River rafting near Mumbai is the perfect place to challenge yourself in an exciting environment or have a good time with friends and family.

 

Revdanda Beach Camping Alibaug

Revdanda Beach Camping Alibaug is located 100 kilometers from Mumbai, easily reachable by public transport. This hidden gem of a beach campsite offers camping near the sea and has facilities for cooking, washing up, and even live music, Movie nights, Magic Shows, and DJs.

The natural beauty of this place will fill you with awe as you gaze at the horizon. The long stretch of white sand is perfect for a stroll or to go on an adventure such as watersports or trekking. However, it's not just any beach; it offers some great activities that are sure to keep everyone entertained!

 

Stargazing Dehne and Camping

Stargazing Dehne is a camping spot in the heart of the Western Sahyadri. It's remote, so you'll need to be prepared and plan for your trip. There are no facilities or amenities at this campsite, so pack everything you need.The campsite is located on a small outcrop overlooking the mighty western ghats with views of the mighty Ajoba Parvat. You can also see the Milky Way Galaxy as it rises over the mountains during nightfall, making Stargazing Dehne one of Maharashtra's best destinations for stargazers!

A hidden secret for Mumbaikars, this Mumbai Weekend event is definetly will bring back childhood memories; if you're looking for a place to go stargazing and camping, head to the Dehne Village near Asangaon. If you spent a night under the stars there, it would be an unforgettable experience!

 

Matheran Camping

Matheran is a hill station in Maharashtra, India. It's the only hill station where cars are not allowed, and that falls under the Western Ghats mountain range, and it has a range of activities for all levels of adventure seekers. The place has beautiful walking trails with views to die for, adventurous treks on cliffs, horse riding trips through the dense forest and waterfalls, stargazing opportunities by night or day-time hikes up to vantage points where you can see Mumbai city lights below. If you're looking for an offbeat destination near Pune away from crowds, then Matheran Camping is perfect!

 

Prabalmachi Camping 

Prabalmachi Camping and Kalavantin Durg Trek is a great way to experience the outdoors. A place of adventure and discovery, camping offers an opportunity to reconnect with nature in a way that is not possible when living urban lives. Prabalmachi Camping, a Mumbai Weekend event, offers stunning campsites where you can camp for the night or even longer periods if you choose. It's only about 2 hours from Mumbai, so it's doable as a day trip too!

Camping is a great way to experience the outdoors in an intimate and relaxed manner. Camping offers you the opportunity to disconnect from your busy life, enjoy nature, and reconnect with yourself or your loved ones. The first step is finding a suitable camping spot! Treks and Trails India connects you to beautiful campsites around Mumbai. Our well-trained camping guides help you throughout your camping experience. 

 

Karnala Fort Trek

Karnala Bird Sanctuary and Trek is a small nature bird reserve near Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. The bird sanctuary was established to protect the threatened Malabar Grey Hornbill habitat, which has become an important stop-over site for migratory birds.

Karnala Bird Sanctuary and Trek is a great place to explore. The sanctuary covers 895 hectares, with various flora and fauna, and includes the Karnala fort. Karnala is one of the oldest forts near Mumbai. This trek will take you through some beautiful landscapes and teach you about Indian history along the way!

 

Kothaligad Trek

The Kothaligad Night Trek, also known as the "Night of 1000 Stars," is a perfect opportunity to get out of your home and explore an untouched part of Maharashtra. The trek starts at 01:00 am to reach the summit for sunrise just before sunrise. During the hike, you can expect to see some spectacular views from high up on top of the hills, enjoying tea with locals while they prepare breakfast over open fires, or witnessing how locals live their lives by observing them go about their day-to-day routines.

The perfect Mumbai weekend events Kothaligad is one of the most beautiful and unexplored trekking trails in Maharashtra. It is a difficult trail that takes you to places with no electricity, no mobile phone coverage, and nothing else for miles around. It's an experience like no other!

 

Malshej Ghat Camping

Malshej Ghat is one of the most picturesque regions in Maharashtra. It's a haven for those who love to camp out and enjoy the natural beauty that this region has to offer. The area offers excellent opportunities for trekking as well as scenic walks along the hillsides. The lush forests are home to several varieties of wildlife, including leopards, sloth bears, and deer. There are also numerous waterfalls worth visiting if you're looking for some adventure during your holiday here!

 

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