Kolad has become a hotspot for adventure activities, bringing in swarms of enthusiasts from all over Maharashtra. Here you can do rafting, trekking, camping, and many other adventures. The Kolad bungee jump is not only the newest addition to the itinerary here but also the most extraordinary.
Catch stunning vistas of the gushing Kundalika River and the dense forests of Raigad from the 130-foot tall platform just before you take the ultimate leap of faith!
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08:00 am: Arrive at the Kolad bungee jumping site.
08:00-08:30: Your instructor will brief you about the safety procedures. As you strap in and take in the gorgeous views from the platform, take a deep breath and charge yourself up before you tip yourself over the edge, free-falling from 130 feet!
09:00 am: Don’t forget to pick up your bungee jumping certificate.
Bungee jumping in Kolad costs INR 2800 per person (at the time of writing). This includes 1 bungee jump with all equipment, guidance by a trained and qualified jumpmaster, a Bungee Jump Completion Certificate, and all applicable taxes.
Some operators offer transport from Mumbai or Pune to Kolad, as well as the bungee jump. Check out this trip.
There are many other adventures you can book in Kolad while you’re there. Whitewater river rafting in the Kundalika is a great choice, but you will not be able to do it on the same day as your bungee jump, as river rafting in Kolad also begins at 08:00 am.
Opt to spend the night here instead. If you arrive at 08:00 on the first day, you can complete your bungee jump immediately. After that, enjoy a day of fun activities at your campsite. Different campsites offer different activities: Burma Bridge, Tarzan Swing, bumper boats, banana boat ride, etc. In the evening, you can enjoy a bonfire if the weather permits. The next morning, you can go rafting which is a thrilling adventure!
Bungee jumping in Kolad is ideal all year round. However, in the winter months, you will catch splendid views of the Kundalika River and the surrounding greenery owing to the clear visibility. Monsoon is another favourite of many adventurers when the showers throw in an extra splash of thrill!
State travel buses travelling from Mumbai to Ratnagiri will stop at Kolad, which is on Mumbai - Goa highway. The journey will take about 3 hrs. Find the schedules for state buses here.
You can also choose to travel with private bus operators, travelling from Mumbai to Ratnagiri. The first bus from Mumbai departs at around 7:00 a.m. and the last bus departs at around 9:00 p.m. You can find private bus schedules here.
State travel buses travelling from Pune towards Raigad will stop at Kolad, which is on Mumbai - Goa highway. The journey will take about 3 hrs. You can also choose to travel with private bus operators, travelling from Pune to Kolad. You can find the bus schedules here.
Kolad is 3 hrs/120 km from Mumbai and 3 hrs/145 km from Pune. There are a few different ways to get to Kolad.
Take the Mumbai-Pune highway to Panvel, and drive on for about 30 km to Khopoli. Take the exit after the first toll booth onto Khopoli-Pali road. Drive for 37 km passing Imagica and heading to Pali. Turn left at Pali onto State Highway 93. You'll pass the famous Ashtavinayak Temple - drive for about 20 km after this and then turn right towards Kolad. From here, follow these directions to the bungee spot: https://goo.gl/maps/KyCnPoSRAh72
Take the Paud-Mulshi road and drive towards Mulshi and Tamhini Ghat. Proceed to Saje Gaon, which is about 47 km away. At Saje Gaon, turn right to get onto State Highway 93. Proceed straight for 4 km towards Kolad. From here, follow these directions to the bungee spot: https://goo.gl/maps/KyCnPoSRAh72
IMPORTANT: Download and save all map directions in advance. As you approach Kolad, your mobile and phone data will get weaker. In Kolad, you may not get any network.
From Mumbai, there are a number of trains to Kolad/Roha station. From both stations, there are shared auto-rickshaws.
Diva Sawantwadi Passenger, 50105
Departs: Panvel, 07:05 hrs | Arrives: Kolad, 09:17 hrs | Travel time: 2.12 hrs
Dadar Ratnagiri Passenger, 50103
Departs: Dadar, 15:35 hrs | Arrives: Kolad, 19:36 hrs | Travel time: 4.01 hrs
Rajya Rani Express, 11003
Departs: Dadar, 00:05 hrs | Arrives: Roha, 03:15 hrs | Travel time: 3.10 hrs
Dadar Sawantwadi Special Train, 01095
Departs: Dadar, 07:50 hrs| Arrives: Roha, 14:42 hrs | Travel time: 3 hrs
NOTE: Please check the latest train timetables as the prices as subject to change.
There are no direct trains from Pune to Kolad. However, you can board any of the Pune-Mumbai trains that halt at Lonavala. There are private/shared taxis to Kolad from Lonavala.
State travel buses travelling from Mumbai to Ratnagiri will stop at Kolad, which is on Mumbai - Goa highway. The journey will take about 3 hrs.
You can also choose to travel by private bus operators, travelling from Mumbai to Ratnagiri. The first bus from Mumbai departs at around 7:00 a.m. and the last bus departs at around 9:00 p.m.
State travel buses travelling from Pune towards Raigad will stop at Kolad, which is on Mumbai - Goa highway. The journey will take about 3 hrs. You can also choose to travel by private bus operators, travelling from Pune to Kolad.
Wear a long-sleeved t-shirt/shirt along with pants and make sure you’re comfortable in what you wear. Your shoes need to be enclosed and secured to your feet. Always apply sunblock before you step out.
Your operator will provide all the required gear and equipment for bungee jumping. Other than that, you will need to carry a small backpack to carry a water bottle, some dry snacks, your personal essentials, sunscreen and mosquito repellant. It is also a good idea to carry a government-issued ID card.
There are a few basic restrictions for those who are looking to bungee jump in Kolad:
The minimum age restriction is 18 years. Younger travellers must be accompanied by a parent or guardian if they wish to jump.
You must be between 35-110 kgs to be eligible to jump.
Your health will be examined to ensure you are fit for the jump.
If you have vertigo, back or neck injuries, high blood pressure, heart or neurological conditions, or if you are/may be pregnant, you cannot jump.
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