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.
Participants will enjoy:
A light hike through the woods, remains of the chaityas and stupas aging back to 2nd century. Splash in the waterfall and rest in the caves, thinking how did the stone age people live ! This trek is ideal for beginners who wish to sneak out in the rains and explore the outdoors. A definite to - do activity for busy parents to enjoy an out of box program with their kids.
Know Your Program
06:00 am Gather at Borivali National Park, On the way pick up from Kandivali, Malad, Goregaon, Jogeshwari, Andheri, Vile Parle, Kala Nagar, Sion, Amar Mahal (Chembur), Vashi. On the way have breakfast in Bus.
09:00 am Reach base village & start trek
10:00 am Reach at waterfall and have fun
11:30 pm Start descending
01:00 pm Lunch at base village
02:30 pm Start return journey
05:00 pm Reach Mumbai
What to Bring!
Sport Shoes - compulsory, Tracks or Any Comfortable Full Pant, T-Shirt, Water Bottles, Small Towel, Extra Pair of Cloths, Slippers/ Floaters, Windcheater, Plastic Bags & Shoulder Bag
Terms & Conditions
Program cost may be subject to change in case of any change in government taxes or changes in fuel rates*
Pick Up & Drop Pints
|Borivali, Kandivali, Malad, Goregaon, Jogeshwari, Andheri, Vile Parle, Santacruze, Sion, Amarmahal, Vashi|
This is a sample itinerary. Kshitij reserves the right to cancel or alter any aspect of our program as a result of unforeseen circumstances, including weather, environment or health hazards. To the best of our ability, substitution of activities will be comparable to, or better than the original activity.