Monsoon trek to Lohagad Fort

Lohagad (Iron Fort) is one of the most popular treks in Maharashtra and for numerous reasons. This easy trek is perfect for nascent adventurists and nature enthusiasts. Walking through lush green trees and crossing tiny gurgling streams is extremely exciting. The climb to the top can get a little challenging because of the slippery rocks, but the view from the top is absolutely worth the effort. Gather a group of friends and gear up for this fun-filled adventure!


Lohagad is situated near Lonavala and is protected by the Archaeological Survey of India, and also offers some spectacular views of surrounding forts. With rain clouds descending on the mountains and enveloping them in mist, the experience during the rains is unmatchable. The main attraction of this fort is the famous Vinchu Katta (Scorpion tail), as it resembles the tail of a scorpion. The tail is roughly 2 kms in length and the view from the end is quite something!

Destination highlights

Trek on an easy but scenic route | Explore the ancient and sturdy Lohagad fort | Witness the beauty and grandeur of the Western ghats




8 km

2.5 hrs

8 km

Pritam hotel, Dadar East | Yogi Hotel , Diamond Garden , Chembur | Vashi below Main Bridge | Mc Dona

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Non-AC bus


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Participants report at the pick-up point and hop on to a bus for a 4-hour ride to the base village. After having breakfast, and an introduction and briefing session they begin the trek. By 12:45 p.m., they reach the top and spend about an hour exploring and soaking in the beauty of the views from the top. After descending to the base village participants can freshen up, have a delicious meal, and rest for a while. Around 4:30 p.m., the group will start its journey back to Mumbai.



Day 1 Milestone

Base village, Lohagad

Base village, Lohagad

06:00 AM

Includes / Excludes


  • Travelling from Dadar to base village and back by private non-AC bus
  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Safety and first-aid
  • Guide and professional expertise
  • Organizer charges


  • Meals during travel
  • Personal expenses
  • Insurance of any kind
  • Medical hospitalization, evacuation and related expenses
  • Any item not covered under inclusions

What to Wear

What to Wear

  • Comfortable track pants and a quick-dry t-shirt
  • Good quality trekking shoes
  • Rain gear
  • Not to wear - Slippers/floaters
  • Do not wear expensive jewellery and do not carry handbags (or jholas)

What not to Wear

  • Loose clothing that will tangle around you while swimming
  • Restrictive clothing
  • Flip-flops

Equipment / Gear

We Provide

  • Technical equipment needed for the trek, if any.

You need to get

  • Identity cards
  • Packed lunch
  • 2 bottles of water
  • Cap
  • Sunglasses
  • Sunscreen
  • Insect repellent
  • Camera (optional)
  • Backpack to carry belongings
  • Dry food (snacks - if required)

Medical Kit

  • Please carry any specific personal or prescribed medication.

Cancellation policy

5 days or more prior to the event – 20% of the total event costs would be deducted

4 days prior to the event – 30% of the total event costs would be deducted

3 days prior to the event – 50% of the total event costs would be deducted

2 days or less/No show – No refund

Rs. 50/- will be deducted from all refund amounts as transaction charges

Rules on trip

Smoking and consumption of alcohol is strictly prohibited for this event.

Organizers reserve the right to cancel any program due to inadequate signups, weather or route conditions