Chitra Cinema in Dadar East is located 5 mins walk from Dadar station and is a major landmark which can be reached by local transport like bus and taxi.
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Embark on this moderately easy trek which takes you to the jewel of forts, the Ratangad Fort. The trail begins in thick forests and cuts through lush greenery, passing various streams and waterfalls. At the top, you'll get to explore the ruins of the ancient fort, along with water tanks and huge caves. And you'll be treated to magnificent views of the Sahyadris, including Kalsubai and Konkan Kada.
Ratangad Fort is located in the forests of Kalsubai Harishchandragad Wildlife Sanctuary, within the Western Ghats. It overlooks the vast expanse of Lake Arthur and Bhandardhara. The fort is four centuries old and is a great destination for photographers, history buffs, and nature lovers. The best time to visit Ratangad is during the monsoons when the landscape is flourishing with lush greenery.
Trek through lush greenery of the Western Ghats on this trek to Ratangad Fort. | Enjoy mesmerizing views of the Western Ghats including Kalsubai peak and Konkan Kada. | Explore the old ruins of the four centuries old fort.
Report to Chitra Cinema in Dadar East by 22:30 hrs today, from where you'll begin your overnight journey to the base village. Since it is an overnight journey, you may even carry a shawl or a blanket. You'll reach the base village early in the morning.
Overnight in transit bus.
You'll be picked up from Dadar at 22:30 hrs, and begin your overnight journey to the base village. No meals are provided today, but remember to have a light dinner before boarding the transit bus.
No meals are provided today.
No refund will be provided for any cancellations once the Ratangad Fort trek is booked.
Travellers are required to adhere to the instructions of the trek leader during the trek to Ratangad.
Consumption of alcohol, drugs, tobacco products and cigarettes is strictly prohibited during the trip.
Travellers are requested to treat the local culture with respect and avoid littering, defacing property and monuments and causing general disturbance.