You are advised to board the Kasara Local from CST at 22:50 P.M on the 30th Dec 2016, to reach Kasara Station by 01:18 A.M.
If you're looking for a different kind of New Year celebration this year, here's a great option. This outdoors adventure takes you to one of the most unique locations in Maharashtra: the valley of shadows. Sandhan valley is a rock-walled valley with cliffs, narrow passageways, huge boulders to clamber over, and clear natural pools in the rocks. You'll spend the day enjoying this natural playground, trekking and rappelling through some of the most spectacular terrain, spend the chilly evenings around a bonfire, and camp under the stars at night.
Sandhan Valley, also known as the valley of shadows is a place filled with surprises. This beauty is a water-carved valley, situated in the Western Ghats. The valley is 200 feet deep and 1.5 kms long. On this trek, you will not only spend New Year's Eve in a unique and picturesque location, but you will also cross a 4-5 ft deep pool, climb boulders and huge rocks and experience activities like rappelling, trekking and camping.
Spend New Year's eve under starry skies | Enjoy the scenic beauty of Konkankada | Pass through two water cisterns that are filled with ice-cold water | Participate in adventure activities like trekking and rappelling
Board the local to Kasara that leaves CST at 22:50 at night. You will reach Kasara station by 01:20 a.m.
Overnight on the train
Tonight you'll be travelling on the train. By 1:20 A.M, you'll be at Kasara station, where you'll be picked up and taken to the campsite. Try to get some sleep en route, because you'll be reaching the base camp by around 06:00 A.M.
Kasara Railway Station
No meals provided today
Please note that the following charges will apply on cancellation:
If cancellation takes place more than 7 days prior to departure, 50% of the camp price will be refunded
If cancellation takes place less than 7 days prior to departure, 100% of the camp price will be forfeited.
Identify a buddy and pair with him/her.
Alert group against any falling objects/rock – Recommended call sign “Watch Out”
Avoid wandering alone or click selfies near the edge of an exposed valley.
Do not eat or pluck any fruits from the forest without the permission of your trek leader as these could be poisonous.
Do not provoke or harm any animals, birds or honey bees.
Do not jump into a water body without the permission of your trek leader.
Do not litter around or near a water source.
Smoking and alcohol consumption is strictly prohibited.