Participants need to meet at the main gate of Fergusson College at 10.45 p.m.
The trek to Jungli Jaigad is the perfect opportunity for trekkers with some experience to test their endurance levels. A moderately difficult trek, this takes participants to the Jaigad fort located in dense jungle - hence the name Jungli Jaigad.
There are several forts named Jaigad situated in the Ratnagiri district of Maharashtra, but one is a coastal one an other is located in a dense Jungle. The fort known as Jungli Jaigad is the one in the dense forest, named after its location.
Participants will find the route to the fort interesting as they get to trek through dense forest, which is now part of the Koyna Wildlife Sanctuary. The fort presents beautiful views of the surrounding jungle, Koyna dam backwaters and the Kumbharli Ghat.
Trek through beautiful dense jungle | Capture breathtaking views of the Sahyadri mountains | Explore the Jungli Jaigad fort | Photograph the beauty of the surrounding valleys from atop the fort
Participants meet at the main gate of Fergusson college at 10.45 p.m. sharp, and depart for Koynanagar at 11 p.m.
Spend the night in the lap of nature.
No meals are provided on this day
90% refund if cancellation is made more than 10 days prior to the date of departure date of the event
60% refund if cancellation is made more than 6 days (148 hours) and less than 10 days prior to the departure date of the event
40% refund if cancellation is made more than 3 days (72 hours)and less than 6 days prior to the departure date of the event
No refund will be made if a cancellation is made within 3 days prior to the departure date of the event.
Consumption of liquor, drugs, tobacco products, cigarettes etc. is strictly prohibited during the camp. The camp will be considered over only when we are back to our home town.
There is a zero-tolerance policy for participants who litter, deface property or monuments, or cause general disturbance. Any flouting of these rules will be dealt with seriously, and may involve expulsion from the trek or camp, and no refund is admissible in such cases.