Pritam Dhaba is a famous landmark outside Dadar railway station on the eastern side
Dadar is an important railway station in the Mumbai suburban railway network. It is well connected by means of road and rail.
Explore forests so dense that they are dark even during the day! The word 'Andharban' means 'dark forest' and you'll see what it means only when you visit. During the monsoon, the vegetation turns beautifully lush and dewy, showing you all shades of green. There are waterfalls and pools everywhere, and you'll feel like you're in the middle of an adventure movie.
The day trek to Andharban takes you down the narrow trail for almost 4 hours, past waterfalls, and amidst butterflies, birds and flowers. It's not a hard trek because you're descending for the most part, and you get some brilliant views.
The trek to Andharban takes you on a trail in the Mulshi area, close to Pune, but accessible from Mumbai and surrouding areas as well. It is not a strenuous trek, but the descent can get slippery in the rains. The rocks along your route have been chiselled into stunning formations by the flow of water over the decades, and there are plenty of photography opportunities.
Trek to Andharban, the dark forest of Maharashtra. | Get a closer look at dramatically shaped rock surfaces. | Look out for rare butterflies and flowers. | Dive into crystal clear pools en route to Andharban.
Your journey begins at midnight at Dadar station. Once your group is together, you begin your all-night journey to Pimpri village, about 150 kms away. You'll reach early in the morning and stop for breakfast. | After this, you'll begin your trek. Because it's all a downward route, you'll move fairly fast, but it's a four-hour trail. The route is beautiful and takes you along view points, waterfalls and pools, so you can expect to stop a lot. You'll also stop to eat your packed lunch somewhere en route. | The trek ends near Bhira Dam, where vehicles will be waiting to take you back to Mumbai. Your trip ends here.
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For cancellations made 8-15 days before departure of the Andharban trek: 50% refund.
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Consumption of liquor, drugs, tobacco products and cigarettes is strictly prohibited during the trek to Andharban.
Travellers are requested to treat the local culture with respect and avoid littering, defacing property and monuments and causing general disturbance.
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