Total Trek Cost
 
Duration One Day
 
Cost M: Rs. 600/-*
  NM: Rs. 700/-*
 
*Cost per person
 
 
Trek Date 03/09/2017
 
Time 8.20 Am
 
Meeting Point Lonavala station
 
 
Cost Includes*
 
Panvel - Panvel Travel by ST Bus/ Tumtum
 
Tea, Breakfast, lunch and evening refreshment
 
Entry Fees
 
Cost Excludes*
 
Personal Expenses
 
Camera Fees
 
Any kind of Insurance
 
Personal Car Parking
 
Small Info Harishchandragad
 

Harishchandragad is a beautiful hill fort in the Ahmednagar district of India. Its history is linked with that of Malshej Ghat, kothale village and it has played a major role in guarding and controlling the surrounding region. Its a very popular trekking destination. The fort mountain along with, TOLAR KHIND, MALSHEJ GHAT offers a lot for trekkers. The main attraction here is the KONKAN KADA which offers a spectacular view of Konkan. During the rainy season you'd be walking in the clouds on this fort.

1. KEDARESHWAR CAVE - This temple is marvelous example of the fine art of carving sculptures out of stones that prevailed in ancient India. The river Mangal Ganga is said to originate from one of the tanks located close to the temple.
2. KONKAN KADA - A huge cliff at Harishchandragad which offers spectacular view of Konkan and also the sunset.
3. OTHER CAVES - There are many caves on this fort.
4. KEDARESHWAR CAVE: In this cave there is a Shivlinga which is surrounded by ice cold water. During rainy season this cave is not accessible as there's lot of water in the surrounding area.
5. TARAMATI PEAK: Also known as Taramanchi. This is the topmost point on the fort. It is the 2nd highest peak in Maharashtra. Leopards are seen in the forests beyond this peak. From here we can have a glimpse of the whole range of Naneghat and the forts near Murbad.

 
Time to Visit
Throughout the year from January - December you can visit
June - February Best season
 
Level : Level 2-3   Height : 4710 feet ASL (Approx)   Type : Hill Fort
 
How to Reach : 20 km from Lonavala station south of Lonavla in Pune district, Maharashtra,
Routes: There are 3 popular ways to get to the fort. One via Khireshwar Village, via Nalichi Vaat [Extremely difficult] and the easiest one via Pachnai Village.
The Khireshwar village route is the one that most people prefer as it offers a lot of scenic beauty while trekking. But this route is also a bit time consuming.
 
 
 
 
Things to Do/Carry
   
Water Bottle at list 1-3 liter
 
Camera (Optional), Cell Phone must
 
Some ready to eat food. Cakes, Biscuits etc
 
Medicine those if u require usually
 
Extra Pair of clothes and towel
 
Good trekking shoes or Canvas shoes
 
Rain cheater for those who don’t want to wet
 
Advise to wear Track pant and T-shirt
 
 
Things to avoid
   
Wearing Gold and other ornaments
 
Chapels and sandals
 
Alcohol / Cigarette
 
Plastic Bag (if need protection from water)
 
Wearing Shorts, thin and tight cloths
 
Hand Bags
 
Overload bag and things
 
 
We also organize special trek for group / Corporate / Institute
 
 
 Motto
Safety, Trek, Teamwork, Adventure, Enjoyment, Exploration and Conservation
   
 Note:
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Cost in INR for Indian Nationals internantional tourist trekkers call for cost
   

*The cost for per person
   
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