Karjat station can easily be reached by the 06:10 hrs local fast, departing from CST, Mumbai.
The Bhimashankar trek is one of the most popular treks in Maharashtra, and is every trekker's dream trek. It's a long, challenging route that takes you over a massive mountain with waterfalls cascading down from slopes. There is a famous Shiva temple at the top, which is one of the Jyotirlingas from the 12 Jyotirlingas in India.
Located at a soaring height of 3500 feet, the Bhimashankar trek combines a visit to the famous Bhimashankar temple. You will begin your journey from the Karjat station, from where you will be transported to the Khandas Village. In the monsoon, this trek is lush green, and rain water gushes down the path you're trekking along.
Take on one of the toughest treks in Maharashtra. | Visit one of the most famous Shiva temples in Maharashtra. | Spend a day out in a monsoon paradise.
Assemble at the Karjat station at 08:05 hrs, from where you will be transported to the base village of Khandas, with a delicious breakfast awaiting you. After this, you begin your trek through Shidi Ghat, with a single stop for lunch. By 15:00 hrs, you'll reach the top, where you'll get views of the mountains around, as well as a chance to explore caves and the temple. After a filling dinner, you'll spend the night at a dharamshala at the top of this gorgeous location.
Overnight in camp tents.
Spend the night in a dharamshala at the top of Bhimashankar, with vegetarian meals of breakfast, evening snacks and dinner provided in your package.
Breakfast | Snacks | Dinner
If cancellation is done 10 days or more before the start of the Bhimashankar monsoon trek: 75% will be refunded.
If cancellation is done 5-10 days prior to the start of the Bhimashankar monsoon trek: 50% will be refunded.
If the cancellation is done 0-5 days before the start of the Bhimashankar monsoon trek: No refund.
No show: No refund.
If you wish to transfer your booking to someone else, or reschedule to another date, the cancellation policy will apply, and only the applicable refund amount will be transferred or rescheduled.
Smoking cigarettes, chewing tobacco or consuming alcohol is strictly prohibited on the Bhimashankar trek.
You must stick with your group at all times.
No damage should be inflicted on monuments or natural environments.
You must adhere to the instructions of the trek leader at all times.
Taking photos or selfie near the edges are not allowed.
Participants are requested to carry trash back to the city and dispose of it in dustbins.