Garbett Plateau (Monsoon Trek)

Garbett Plateau is one of the most scenic treks in all of Maharashtra. Although it is situated close to Matheran, it has still survived commercialization. Escape the city and head into the serenity of the hills as we walk along the Dhom lake and tread through rustic villages on this trek. The lush green beauty […]

Asherigad (Night Trek)

Located in Khodkona village, Asherigad is a fort that represents a layered slice of the history of Maharashtra. The fort itself was built 800 years ago under the Shilahara kings. Since then, the fort has been ruled by the Portuguese, the Maratha Empire, and the British.  At close to 2000 ft above sea level, the […]

Sindola Fort (Night Trek)

Sindola is a lesser-known fort trek in Maharashtra, hidden among the Sahyadris. From anywhere, you can see its distinct pinnacle structure. Situated on top of the Malshej Ghat plateau in the Junnar region, it stands at an altitude of 1128 ft. It was used as a watchtower to keep an eye on the ancient route […]

Kalsubai (Night Trek)

It’s time to conquer the highest point in Maharashtra! We’re heading to Mount Kalsubai! It being the highest peak in Maharashtra commands respect & can test you mentally & physically, but the best view comes after the hardest climb & the view atop this Sahyadrian beauty will definitely leave you breathless! What’s even more exciting […]

Garbett Plateau (Night Trek)

Garbett Plateau is one of the most scenic treks in all of Maharashtra. Although it is situated close to Matheran, it has still survived commercialization. Escape the city and head into the serenity of the hills as we walk along the Dhom lake under the moonlit sky and tread through rustic villages in the dead […]

Tandulwadi (Monsoon Trek)

Alexa, play ‘All Along The Watchtower’ Tandulwadi Fort is one of the lesser-known forts in Maharashtra. Meanwhile, the fort derives its name from the village. ‘Tandul’ means rice and ‘Wadi’ means ‘village or locality. In the monsoons, the village can be identified by emerald blankets of paddy bordering the roads and houses. The fort was […]

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