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.
Trek down into the depths of a deep, dim forest that is dotted with waterfalls and streams. The monsoon is the perfect time to visit the Andharban, named after the darkness (even during the day) that is caused by the tall evergreen trees that block out the sunlight.
A unique ecosystem thrives in this dimly lit region, offering you a memorable adventure trek. The trail is not a difficult one, as it begins from an altitude and descends gradually into the forest, but it can get very slippery, so watch your step.
The Andharban forest is filled with tropical flowers, tall trees, and lots of birds and butterflies. During the monsoon, the rain water flows downward into the valley, creating waterfalls and pools all along the trekking route. You'll trek along a ridge and pass numerous viewpoints, so look out for views of the Kundalika Valley, as well as Bhira dam and the Tamhinighat mountains.
Trek down into a unique dark forest | Take advantage of an easy descent trail on one of Maharashtra's most unusual treks| Climb over rocky patches and across streams | Photograph some beautiful views from vantage points
Gather at Pritam Dhaba by 10:30 pm, and travel to the base village, Tamhini in a bus. After reaching the village, participants try to catch some sleep in the bus till 6:00 am.
Overnight travel from Dadar to Tamhini village in private non ac transport.
Participants may rest in the bus till 0600 hrs
No meals will be served today.
If cancellation is done 3 days prior to the event date: 50% refund
If cancellation is done in less than 3 days to departure date or in case of a No show : No refund.
Smoking and drinking alcohol is strictly prohibited.
Trek leader’s decision will be final and binding.
NOTE: This trek route does not have any fixed/proper/appropriate washrooms or bathrooms.