Waterfall Rappelling near LonavalaLocation; near Phanasrai village, Lonavala
About Kune Falls
Kune Falls is one of the most beautiful tourist spots in Khandala. It is located centrally within the Lonavala Khandala valley. The Kune Falls is worth admiring. The Kune Falls is surrounded by lush green vegetation. People often hold picnics around the region of the falls. Innumerable number of tourists from various parts of the country visit this famous site annually. The waterfall is divided into 2 sections. Every part of the falls is almost 100 meters high.
In order to reach Kune Falls tourists should catch the Mumbai Pune Expressway and then stop at the Lonavala bypass. From there they should avail any buses or local transport that takes the Mumbai-Pune highway route. On reaching Kune tourists should be able to spot the most eminent landmark, which is the Kune Church. From there tourists can walk the path till they arrive the Falls of Kune.
07:45 am Transfer to Base Village
Induction and Introduction Session
Tentative plans for Breakfast and Trek
09:00 am onward Waterfall Rappelling / adventure activities
Late Lunch at village post Waterfall Rappelling
Rs.1250/- per person
Event management and technical expertise.
Waterfall Rappelling (one time)
Safety Gear and Setup
Shared transport from Bhivpuri Rly station to Bekare Village and Back
Extras in required:
Zip Line: Rs.500/- per person
Repeat Rappelling: Rs.500/- per person per attempt
Village lunch: Rs.250/- Per Person (Thali system)
Any kind of insurance
Any custom menu meals; bottled water etc
Anything that is not included is excluded.
Contact for Inquiries and Booking:
9619182010 / 9619182098 / email@example.com
Track pants or tights or any comfortable clothes (avoid heavy jeans)
Full sleeves T-shirt, (you may carry spare change clothes)
Carry Spare Swimming trunks, light towel
Rain wear (Poncho, or Short light Raincoat), Rain Cap or Hat
Regular Sun Cap or Hat
Other mandatory items
Flash light with spare batteries
Pack all items in plastic bags before packing it in your backpack or ruck sack
Pack everything in your backpack properly. Light items on top and bottom side of bag, heavy item towards center and towards your shoulder and body. Use compression straps to tighten the bag from all sides so that items inside the bag do not keep shifting.
Comb and pocket mirror
personal medical kit
Camera (preferable all weather camera)