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  • FireFlies Special Trek to Prabalmachi with MumbaiRangers on 28 may 2016 Leaving friday Night 27 May
  • Travel Trikon Trekking and Camping to Harishchandragad on 28th and 29th May 2016
  • P.E.A.K. TROOPS, Leh Ladakh Trip ( Manali – Leh – Manali) on June 11, 2016
  • Night Trek to Kalsubai via Indorey route on 4th June 2016
Date Month Location Cost PhoneContact Person
17thMay 2016Parents Day Out with the Kids6008422888006/007/008Nilesh k
18thMay 2016Parents Day Out with the Kids6008422888006/007/008Nilesh k
17th to 27thMay 2016Kuari Pass Trek24,7009819091954Surendra
19thMay 2016Parents Day Out With The Kids 6008422888006/007/008Nilesh k
20th-21stMay 2016 Night Trek to Vikatgad (Peb) Fort6608422888006/007/008Nilesh k
20 - 26May 2016Bike Ride to Pondicherry09819299164Amit Bhadouria
20th-21stMay2016Wildlife Tour @ umred Karhandla79997718980081 - 82, 9920763414My Mera India
20th-22stMay2016Wildlife Tour @ umred Karhandla106907718980081 - 82, 9920763414My Mera India
20th MayMay 2016RoopKund Voyage 95009004575139Vivek
20th MayMay 2016Harihar-Fort-night-trek - Fireflies SPecial Trek 9509987121415 / 9029209992Amey Bhagat
21stMay 2016Midnight Cycling Regal to Bandstand9009819299164Amit Bhadouria
21st - 22ndMay 2016MoonLight Lake Side Camping at Bhandardhara30009819021806 / 9870775633Manoj Kalwar
21st - 22ndMay 2016Bike / Car Ride to Bhandardhara For Lake Side Camping20009819021806 / 9870775633Manoj Kalwar
21st - 22ndMay 2016Moonlight camping @ Pawana Lake16007738073691 / 9970377855Ravi / Yogi
21th -22nd May 2016coastal bike ride to Gaganbawda ghat 30007276871749Suhas Patil
21st - 22ndMay 2016Moonlight Camping @ Naneghat12007738073691 / 9970377855Ravi / Yogi
21st-29thMay 2016Offbeat Historical Himachal Danda Trek87509920360336/9769741488Shilpa/Rajendra
21st-22ndMay 2016Camping at Koraigad (Lonavala)6509029148241Raj
21st-22ndMay 2016Trek to Mighty Kulang Fort 16508422888006/007/008Nilesh k
21st-22ndMay 2016 Night Trek to Bhairavgad12108422888006/007/008Nilesh k
21 - 22May 2016Motorbike ride tour to Velas12009869629288 / 9768341848Rajesh
21-22May2016Asia's Longest Tyrolean Traverse 1900 FT 30009028271859/8007857825Roshan Dalvi
21 - 22May 2016Night Trek to Kavnai Fort Leaving 21 may night7009819299164Amit Bhadouria
21 - 22May 2016Asia's Longest Tyrolean Traverse 1900 FT 30009819299164Amit Bhadouria
21 - 28May 2016Roopkund Trek97009819299164Amit Bhadouria
22ndMay 2016Cycling in The City (Sunday Morning)8509869173138Parin H Shah
22ndMay 2016Night Trek to Peb Matheran Leaving 21 night4509819299164Amit Bhadouria
22ndMay 2016Night Trek to Prabalmachi Leaving 21 night5509819299164Amit Bhadouria
22ndMay 2016Aarey Colony Cycling Sunday Morning 4509819299164Amit Bhadouria
21st-29thJune 2016Backpack to McleodGanj/Trund in Himachal16,0009819765950Shannon Fernandes
22nd-29thMay 2016Himalayan Trek to Roopkund115008422888006/007/008Nilesh k
23rd-28thMay 2016Himalayan Trek to Patalsu Peak, Manali100008422888006/007/008Nilesh k
23rd 28thMay 2016PATALSU PEAK100009819299164Amit Bhadouria
24th to 28thMay 2016Trek to Kalsubai172009819091954Surendra
25th May 2016LEH LADAKH TRIP 10D/9N 228009029148241Raj Singh
26 to 29May 2017Add-Venture India SUMMER CAMP for Kids75009819828845Prasanna Joshi
27th-28thMay 2016Trek to Kalsubai11008422888006/007/008Nilesh k
27th - 28thmay 2016FireFlies Special Night Trek to Prabalmachi 7509819299164Amit Bhadouria
Posted: 15 May 2016 10:10 PM PDT
Dear Friends we invite you all for FireFlies Special Trek to Prabalmachi with MumbaiRangers on 28 may 2016 Leaving friday Night 27 May   The village of Prabalmachi is the 'base camp' for a trek up the Prabalgad Fort. just Before Monsoon starts Millions Of Fireflies gather to attract their Mates. We Get opportunity to Witness these amazing bugs. Kalavantin is a 500m high pinnacle on the northern edge of the Prabal plateau. It is located near the Machi and Vajepur villages.   Prabalgad Fort is located between Matheran and Panvel in the Indian state of Maharashtra, at an elevation of 2300 feet in the Western Ghats. It was built on a plateau very close to Matheran, but unlike Matheran it does not have a good source of water. It was known as Muranjan until it was taken over and renamed by the Maratha forces under Shivaji's rule. The fort contains a temple to Ganesh and some stone ruins. Its sister fort is Irshalgad. The Ulahas River runs to the east of the fort. The Gadhi River, and the Chanderi and Peb forts are to the west. To the south is the Patalganga River, and Manikgad and to the north is the Karnala fort.   Some info about the fort:   Type : Hill forts Place : Prabalmachi Location: Near panvel Elevation : 390 Metres Simple 1.5 HR AScend Difficulty: Easy Trek Leader : Swapnil Kawad     Meeting at Panvel Station sharp at 9 oclock Night. Detail Plan :   09.00 PM Reach Panvel station 10.00 PM Reach Base Village in TumTum 11.30 PM Reach Prabalmachi Simple 1.5 Hour Ascend Experience Glowing Fireflies 11.40 PM Have Dinner After Dinner sleep (Day OFF) OR Explore Surrounding PLaces and Fireflies 06:00 AM Wakeup Freshnup Breakfast & Tea 08.30 AM Back to Base Village 09:30 AM Reach Panvel Station 11:00 AM Reach Mumbai   The itinerary for trek is: THINGS TO CARRY- 1. Compulsory – Trekking shoes OR Sports Shoes 2. Compulsory – Water (2 ltrs) Electrol 3. Compulsory – Torch With extra batteries 4. Optional – Camera, Cap, etc., 5. Some Snacks biscuits chocolates Extra pair o... Read more
Posted: 15 May 2016 07:17 PM PDT
Event Tag: Trikon #14Event Name: Harishchandragad Trekking and CampingEvent Date: 28th - 29th May 2016Location: PachnaiEvent Cost: Rs. 1,800/- per paxSeats Available: 35This mighty Fort never fails to amuse wanderers with it's abundance of, mythological, historical importance and most picturesque it's mountainous ranges. Yeah Harishchandragadit is!Harishchandragad is a hill fort in the Ahmednagar District of India. Its history is linked with that of Malshej Ghat kothale village and it has played a major role in guarding and controlling the surrounding region.The fort is quite ancient. Remnants of Microlithic man have been discovered here. The various Puraan's (ancient scriptures) like Matsyapurana, Agnipurana and Skandapurana include many references about Harishchandragad. Its origin is said to have been in the 6th century, during the rule of Kalachuri dynasty.This cliff faces west and looks down upon the Konkan. It provides a scenic view of the surrounding region and the setting sun. The cliff has an overhang, but has been climbed many times. Sometimes a circular rainbow (Brocken Spectre phenomenon) can be seen from this point. It can be seen only when there is a bit of mist in the valley, and the sun is right behind the person facing the valley.Key Insights➢ Scenic View of Sunset-Sunrise from Kokankada is absolute divine➢ Well built lake 'Saptatirtha' and Harishchandreshwar Temple➢ Medieval era Kedareshwar Cave and interesting predictions of Local Legends!➢ Whole plethora of Peaks:Taramati, Ajoba Fort, Kulang and many more.Itinerary:Day 0: 27th May Friday NightCatch Last Local to KasaraTrain Timing : Last Slow Local to Kasara.12:14 @ CST12:22 @ Byculla12:32 @ Dadar12:42 @ Kurla1:08 @ Thane1:41 @ Kalyan2:55 @ KasaraGet one way ticket to Kasara (Remember to board second last compartment from CST side, Just don't miss the train, as missing the train is missing the event)Day 1: 28th May Saturday Early Morning3:00 am: Reach Kasara stationMove ahead to Pachnai Base Vill... Read more
Posted: 15 May 2016 04:42 AM PDT
Leh Ladakh Trip ( Manali – Leh – Manali) 2016 ( 10 Night 11 Days (Ex. Delhi)Fixed Departure Batches  June : 11 & 25 July : 09 & 23 Aug. : 06 & 20 And Special Ladies Batch on Sept. 03Ladakh a word which means "land of high passes", is a region in the state of Jammu and Kashmir of Northern India sandwiched between the Karakoram mountain range to the north and the Himalayas to the south. The Indian portion of Ladakh is composed of the Leh and Kargil districts. The Leh district is the largest district of India, covering more than half the area of Jammu and Kashmir, of which it is the eastern partItinerary for Leh - Ladakh Trip (9N/10D) Day : 01Arrived at Delhi by evening 4 pm. Catch a bus to Manali (Volvo) from Kashmiri Gate ISBT. Overnight Journey. Day : 02Arrived Manali early in the morning. Freshen up, have breakfast and start journey towards Jispa. Overnight stay at Jispa Journeys Camp. Day : 03After breakfast, proceed to Leh. Arrived Leh by evening. Overnight stay at Leh. Day : 04Post breakfast, Visit Magnetic Hill, Gurudwara Pathar Sahib, Zanskar Indus Sangam. Shanti Stupa, leh palace. Overnight stay at Leh. Day : 05Leh to Pagngong Lake. After an early breakfast, proceed to Pangong Lake via Changla Pass (17,586 ft) the world's third highest motor able pass. Arrived a beautiful blue water lake Pangong, which is a salt water body, bisected by the international border between India and China. Return Leh by evening. O/n stay at Leh. Day : 06After breakfast, drive to Nubra Valley (known as valley of flower and warmest region of Ladakh) via Khardung La Pass (18,380 ft) the world's highest motorable pass. Return to Leh by Evening. Overnight at Leh. Day : 07After breakfast, proceed to Jispa/Sarchu. Overnight stay at Jispa/sarchu. Day : 08Post breakfast, proceed to Manali via rohtang pass. Arrived Manali by evening. Overnight stay at Manali. Day : 09Enjoy the manali in the morning. After lunch, prepare for farewell. Catch a bus to Delhi in the evening. Overnigh... Read more
Posted: 15 May 2016 01:54 AM PDT
About the Place: Feature: Highest peak Of Maharashtra Height: 5400ft Region: Bhandardara, Igatpuri Places To See: Aundha, Vishramgad, Bitangad, to the west Alang, Madan, Kulang, Ratangad   (south west) and to the south Pabargad, Ghanchakkar, Harishchandragad can be seen. Grade: Medium MEETING POINT ~ Kasara Railway Station DEPARTURE TIME ~ 8:50pm from C.S.T. by Kasara(N) Fast Train RETURN TIME ~ 2:00 PM on Sunday THINGS TO CARRY -  A Water Bottle (~2-3 Ltrs) - Good trekking shoes. - Wear comfortable clothing - Camera, Cell Phone, Cap(Optional) - Some ready to eat food. Plum cakes, Biscuits etc. - A haversack to put all these things. Add-ons for monsoon season: - Raincheater - Extra Pair of clothes INCLUDES Traveling by private vehicle Breakfast, Tea and Lunch Leaders expertise charge EXCLUDES Any kind of personal expenses  

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