Andharban (dense dark forest) trail is a remarkable experience to indulge in the Sahyadri mountain ranges. The journey is full of surprises. You start walking through the paddy fields in Pimpri village, explore the flora & fauna on the way, enjoy the stunning views of Kundalika valley and walk through the dark forest (that might remind you of horror movies) to finally reach the Bhira dam after 6 hours of descent. Exhausted and tired, all you can ask for is good food and some rest!
The uber-cool Sahyadri mountain range offers umpteen trekking options. Of all the treks that we have done so far in Maharashtra, the Rajmanchi trek remains at the top of our best experiences ever list.We are not professional trekkers, but ordinary people trying to have some adventure in life and we found Rajmanchi trek thrilling and refreshing. Continue reading “Rajmanchi: The Best Trekking Destination In Maharashtra”
The beauty of road trip cannot be captured in words. It is fun to cruise along that road, get a glimpse of local lifestyle and enjoy the beautiful greenery. The picturesque surroundings help to calm those workaholic jittery nerves. Continue reading “A Perfect Weekend Getaway – Bedse Caves, Pavna Lake and Lohagad Fort”
There is something blissful about the unplanned trips which instill a sense of exploration and freedom in the journey. I felt it when I decided to go on a one day road trip to Lavasa – a beautiful township near Mumbai. Continue reading “Celebrate World Motorcycling Day at Lavasa – A Biking Festival”
Green Tokri is a beautiful high-tech farm at the foothills of Sahayadris. What started as a small farm to produce lettuce in 2001, became one of the pioneers in salad farming in Maharashtra. Continue reading “Farm Tour – What Is So Different About Green Tokri Farms?”
Sinhagad fort is a perennial favorite weekend getaway for Punekars and on a list of must visit places for tourists. If you are in Pune for a weekend, make sure you visit this place and here is the reason why: Continue reading “One Day Trip To Sinhagad Fort”