Dadar is a popular railway station and is easily accessible from both Western and Central railway lines in Mumbai.
Maharashtra is one of the richest states in terms of forts, however Kohoj fort is one of the forts with maximum character. With a heart-shaped lake at the bottom of the hill that reflects the magnificent structure of the fort, to strong bastions; from cisterns that contain potable water to age old temples. The highlights of this fort however, are the man-shaped pinnacles that can be climbed. The monsoon infuses a fresh breath of life into this otherwise desolate trek route. The lush greenery with flowing streams of water as you trek past, is sure to leave you rejuvenated.
The Kohoj fort is said to be about 800 years old and is located close to the Mumbai – Ahmedabad highway. Surrounded by the lush monsoon greenery, this trek is a real treat for both nature and history lovers.
Trek on a scenic route while enjoying a bit of a challenge | Summit towering man-shaped pinnacles | Explore the ruins of an age-old fort | Photograph some beautiful landscapes
After reporting at the pick-up points, participants drive for about two and a half hours to get to the base village, Waghote. Breakfast will be provided en route. A short introduction and briefing session will be conducted, after which the trek will begin. It takes about three hours to trek to the plateau above. Here, participants spend some time exploring and soaking in the views.
After a brief rest, they descend to the base village and have lunch. By 5 p.m., participants start journey back to Mumbai.
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
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