Trek to Korigad
Region Aamby Valley

Korigad (also called Korigad, Koraigad or Kumwarigad) is a fort located about 20 km away from Lonavala in Pune district, Maharashtra, India. Its date of construction is not known but likely predates 1500. It is about 929 m above sea level. The closest village is Peth Shahpur. Shivaji Maharaj incorporated this fort in Swarajya along with Lohagad, Visapur, Tung and Tikona in 1657. Koraigad appears like a wall from Peth Shahpur. On the top of the fort is a huge plateau. The ramparts on this fort are around 1 ½ kms in length. One can move along the complete top of the fort by walking on the bailey.

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Trek to Lohagad
Venue Lonavala

Lohagad is one of the many hill forts of Maharashtra state in India. Situated close to the hill station Lonavala and 52 km (32 mi) northwest of Pune, Lohagad rises to an elevation of 1,033m (3,389 ft) above sea level. The fort is connected to the neighboring Visapur fort by a small range. The fort was under the Maratha empire for the majority of time, with a short period of 5 years under the Mughal empire. Lohagad is part of the Western Ghats. It rises to an elevation of 1,033 m (3,389 ft) above sea level, and is located to the southwest of the larger Visapur fort. During the monsoon, the top of the Fort is covered with mist and clouds and becomes particularly wet with growing moss.

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Kondana Caves
Venue Karjat

Kondana Caves situated in Karjat offers the ancient lifestyle of Buddhist followers. Ancient rock-cut caves, Kondana Caves are very famous Buddhist caves. These caves enclose sculptures, vihara, chaitya and stupa. Sculptures and stupas are specimens of the ancient period Buddhist architecture. There was a natural disaster in the form of an earthquake in early 1900 by which many stupas, front entrance and floor of the caves were damaged. These ancient caves attract lots of tourists and Buddhist devotees all through the year. Apart from the lush greenery, cascading waterfall is a major attraction at the caves.

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Trek to Sudhagadh
Region Raigad

The origin of this fort dates back to 2nd century BC, built in around the same age as the Thanale Caves and Khadsamble caves nearby. It was then called Bhorapgad (after its presiding deity, Bhorai Devi). The Bhorai Devi temple on top is said to have been built by Sage Bhrig Rishi. The rulers of Bhor dynasty were worshippers of Bhorai Devi.

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A outdoor experience in the woods, explore the fort, enjoy the scenic beauty from the fort. Monsoons are here and it’s time for our favorite monsoon sport to begin! Just a random hike in the woods with plenty of greens around, rain pouring down and a scenic view that makes you want to stay in the hills forever!

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Trek to Prabalmachi
Venue Panvel

Situated at a height of nearly 1200 feet above mean sea level,Prabalmachi is the midway base village for two famous treks near Navi Mumbai named Prabalgad and Kalavantin. Prabalmachi offers breathtaking view of both Prabalgad and Kalavantin, with a scenic valley view of Panvel outskirts. Nothing can beat Prabalmachi when it comes to location, weather and food. It’s one of the best camping location our team has produced with required basic amenities. It also offers a small trek through the forest filled with nature's bounty. Visit the place just for the breathtaking panoramic view of the Sahyadris. This plateau overlooks a beautiful valley which eventually slopes down to join the shimmering Arabian Sea (which is visible from the top on a clear day).

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Trek to Karnala
Region Panvel

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Karnala fort also known as the Funnel Hill is a hill fort in Raigad district, about 10 km from Panvel city and 65 km from Mumbai. The fort is a protected property which is situated within the Karnala Bird Sanctuary and offers a great opportunity to enjoy a refreshing, easy trek. Karnala fort consists of two forts out of which one is at a higher level and other is at a lower level.

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Trek to Manikgad
Region Khapoli

Manikgad was built to look upon the trade route from Maval to the coastal ports. The fort is about 1,878 feet high and isinvincible from three sides. The upper part can be reached only from the south. The fort presents a very commanding view of the valley surrounding it, with Karnala pinnacle and Prabalgad fort visible prominently.

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